Now Showing

March 21 through May 17, 2015

The Art of Sustainability

 A dynamic exploration of California's ecological issues by leading contemporary artists from six regions throughout the state, this exhibit examines natural and human forces that have shaped California's current landscape. Artists include: Kim Abeles, Charles Bello, Robert Dawson, Sant Khalsa, Judith Lowry, Linda MacDonald, Ann Savageau, Kim Stringfellow, Penelope Gottlieb, Newton Harrison & Helen Mayer Harrison, Gyongy Laky, Luke Matjas, and Daniel McCormick. Ignite!: The Art of Sustainability is a traveling exhibition from Exhibit Envoy, in conjunction with the California Association of Museums' Green Museums Initiative and funded by The James Irvine Foundation. Support for its Ukiah venue is provided by the Sun House Guild.

(Above) Linda MacDonald, Life of a Redwood, 2012, oil on canvas
Courtesy of the Artist

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(Left) Penelope Gottlieb, Cirsium vulgare,
Courtesy of the Artist

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(Left) IGNITE! The Art of Sustainability,
in the Main Gallery

 Also, in the Spriggs Foyer:

Sheet Music from the
Museum Collections

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sun house symbolThe Grace Hudson Museum & Sun House
Come enjoy regional art and culture in the context of an extraordinary family.

The Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House in Ukiah, California, is an art, history and anthropology museum and historic home focusing on the lifeworks of artist Grace Carpenter Hudson (1865-1937) and her ethnologist husband, Dr. John W. Hudson (1857-1936). Changing interdisciplinary exhibitions and public programs highlight Western American art, California Indian cultures, histories of the diverse North Coast region of California, and the work of contemporary regional artists.

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