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"Everybody needs beauty as well as bread." ~John Muir

  • Best Ranch, August 2014. Textural Study Alan Fishleder
    Best Ranch, August 2014. Textural Study Alan Fishleder
  • Best Ranch, August 2014.  Tending the lawn Lucille van Ommering
    Best Ranch, August 2014. Tending the lawn Lucille van Ommering
  • Best Ranch Farm House Lucille van Ommering
    Best Ranch Farm House Lucille van Ommering
  • Best Ranch, August 2014. Creating a Distraction, photo by Alan  Fishleder
    Best Ranch, August 2014. Creating a Distraction, photo by Alan Fishleder
  • Best Ranch, August 2014. Horses Posing, photo by Alan  Fishleder
    Best Ranch, August 2014. Horses Posing, photo by Alan Fishleder
  • Best Ranch, August 2014. Fence, photo by Charles McDonald
    Best Ranch, August 2014. Fence, photo by Charles McDonald
  • Best Ranch, August 2014. Artist's Assistant, photo by Alan Fishleder
    Best Ranch, August 2014. Artist's Assistant, photo by Alan Fishleder
  • Best Ranch, August 2014. Photo by Charles McDonald
    Best Ranch, August 2014. Photo by Charles McDonald
  • Martin Ranch, July 2014, Artist Cara Elliott
    Martin Ranch, July 2014, Artist Cara Elliott
  • July 2014, Martin Ranch Winters, Artist Pat Peak
    July 2014, Martin Ranch Winters, Artist Pat Peak



 


 WHAT IS THE ART & AG PROJECT?

The Art & Ag Project cultivates a dialogue between artists, farmers, and the community to raise awareness of the importance of preserving farmlands and the visual arts in Yolo County.  Art and Ag has been nationally recognized by the National Endowment of the Arts as a model program for "creative placemaking" - and has earned an ArtPlace grant for using the arts to "increase community vibrancy".  


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OCTOBER 3 - Art Farm Juried Exhibition Opening Reception 5:30-8:30pm
Gallery 625   625 Court St (Erwin Meier Admin Building)Woodland
Featuring the artwork of over 65 regional artists! Meet & Greet guest juror, Greg Kondos

NOVEMBER 7 -  ART HARVEST Fundraising Gala 5:30-8:00pm
709 Main Street Woodland (Former Daily Democrat print shop)

WINE AND FOOD TICKETS ONLY:  $25 in advance/ $30 at the door 
(Includes entrance for one, food, wine and event glasses)

SHOVEL TICKETS $150
Entrance for two,"shovel" to harvest original work of art, food, wine and event glasses


TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE 

greg   The Art and Ag Project is please to announce that California artist, Greg Kondos will be the guest curator and juror for ArtFarm 2014. Greg Kondos is one of the most prominent and respected landscape painters in the United States. He has taught for more than 30 years at Sacramento City College, and in 2011 the campus art gallery was dedicated in his name. Over the course of his life he has won many awards including those at two Winter Invitationals at the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, a Dillard Collection prize, Lifetime Achievement Award at the Florence Biannale, and he was selected to the National Academy of Art, New York. 
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THE ART & AG DOCUMENTARY

 View some of the benefits that the Art & Ag project has created for artists, farmers, and the community, by watching the following video created by Phil Gross.  

 


Art & Ag on National Television!

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Check out YoloArts  Art & Ag Project Showcased on America's Heartland!


 For more information on YoloArts in the news:  2012 - 2013 Press Releases

 

 

 


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YoloArts is funded in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency,
the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, 
and by YoloArts' membership and partners.