Posts tagged Tom Killion
California’s Wild Edge

The exhibition captured the beauty of the California coast from Mendocino, Point Reyes, and the San Francisco Bay down through Carmel, Big Sur, Santa Barbara, and Santa Monica. Woodcut artist Tom Killion’s prints combine exquisite color with dynamic composition to portray the coast’s ever-changing moods and diverse formations: storm tides crashing at Point Lobos, serene moonlit coves at Mendocino, fog encircling the Golden Gate Bridge.

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At Altitude: Four Views of the Southern Sierra

From the depths of the sea to the dizzying heights of the Sierra Nevada, the Wildling Art Museum covers exceptional wilderness art wherever it appears. For the many who have not experienced the Southern Sierra, the four artists in this exhibition, Jeff Jones, Tom Killion, Zenaida Mott, and Matthew Rangel, give us that gift through their paintings, prints, photographs, and drawings. Those of us who have experienced the high country will understand their dedication to seeking out the vistas of the Southern Sierra that few of us see, translating them skillfully through their brushes, paints, carved wood, inks, cameras, pencils, pens, and plates – allowing us to consider anew our relationship to and appreciation for nature.

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