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Hidden Treasures of Old Monterey Sept 30 - Oct 2, 2011

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Welcome Welcome to Art in the Adobes! On behalf of all of the Old Monterey Foundation and all of the dedicated people who have worked to bring this inaugural event to historic Monterey, we thank you for coming and hope that you enjoy your weekend with our hidden treasures.


James Bryant, President, Old Monterey Business Assoc.

Teresa Del Piero, Chair, MMA Collectors Guild

Nancy Selfridge, Council Person, City of Monterey

Partners City of Monterey, California State Parks, Monterey Museum of Art, Monterey History & Art Association, and the Old Monterey Business Association.

Staff Rick Johnson, Executive Director, Tim Menz, Communicaitons Director, and Camille Massaro, Summer Intern, from the Old Monterey Business Association.

Committee Jerry Anderson Lisa Bradford Kim Bui-Burton Lauren Cohen Dennis Copeland Mary Lou Cortright Spencer Critchley Anthony Davi, Jr. Michael Dawson Mary De Groat

Betsie Elwood Mary Alice Fettis Michael Green Mary Hill Kip Hudson Woody Kelley David Marzetti Michele Pearce Kris Quist John Rexine

Esther Rodriguez Tish Sammon Chris Sommers Todd Stornetta Jeanie Sturges Melissa Thoeny Mike Walas Jerry Welling E. Michael Whittington Plasha Fielding Will Bill Wojtkowski

General Information The inaugural Art in the Adobes self-guided walking tour may be completed in any order. You are welcome to visit any of the displays more than once. The art venues will be open from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm, unless otherwise indicated. Guest Lectures will be at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm both days at Few Memorial Hall. State Parks Staff or Volunteer Docents will welcome you at every site. Many can provide additional information on the historic buildings as well as the featured artworks. Special Guests will also be on hand to field questions about specific areas of interest listed on their badges. The following text identifies the artworks according to their sequence of display at each location. Please note that supplemental text about the artwork can be found at most venues. All works are oil on canvas or board unless otherwise noted. Your cooperation in using the separate entry and exit designated for each display room is greatly appreciated. Cover To Kitty, Somoma, 1891 by Charles Rollo Peters, courtesy of the City of Monterey, Charles Rollo Peters III, Collection.

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Few Memorial Hall (Monterey City Hall) Special Exhibition Few Memorial Hall of Records is Monterey’s city hall and includes the City Council Chambers. Combining Spanish and American Colonial styles, the building was completed in 1935 with funds bequeathed by artist Agatha Hilby Few as a memorial to her late husband Charles Few, a civic activist who served on the City’s Board of Trustees from 1894 to 1898. Along with Colton Hall and the Underwood Adobe, Few Memorial Hall serves as Monterey’s civic center. The paintings displayed include works by Arthur Hill Gilbert, Francis John McComas, M. Evelyn McCormick, Charles Chapel Judson, and Ferdinand Burgdorff.

Guest Lectures at Few Memorial Hall Introductions by Art in the Adobes Curator Dr. Julianne Burton-Carvajal. When Monterey was Modern: The Peninsula’s Early Art Colony and its Place in California Art Scott Shields, Associate Director and Chief Curator of Sacramento’s Crocker Art Museum Saturday, October 1, 2011 10:00 am - 11:00 am Up from the Ashes: The Birth of the Hotel Del Monte Art Gallery John Sanders, Special Collections Manager, Naval Post Graduate School Saturday, October 1, 2011 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm On the Monterey Trail of Jo Mora Peter Hiller, Curator, Jo Mora Trust Sunday, October 2, 2011 10:00 am - 11:00 am

The Dancers, Arthur Frank Mathews (1869-1945), oil on board, City of Monterey deHaven/Jacks Collection.

Women’s Work in the Early Central Coast Art Scene: A Conversation with Lila Staples Lila Staples, Chair of the Visual and Public Art Department at California State University-Monterey Bay Sunday, October 2, 2011 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

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Colton Hall Existing Exhibition Colton Hall was built by Reverend Walter Colton, who came to Monterey as chaplain on Commodore John Drake Sloat’s vessel Savannah, and remained to become Monterey’s first American alcalde (mayor). In 1849, shortly after its construction, Colton Hall had its greatest moment of glory when the 48 delegates to California’s Constitutional Convention met in the second floor assembly hall. Look for an important portrait of George Washington, painted locally on mattress ticking after the famous portrait by Gilbert Stuart.

Monterey Public Library Existing Exhibition Monterey Public Library, California’s First Public Library (est. 1849), has been housed in several locations over the years. The current building is one of only two examples of the Second Bay Area Tradition style in Monterey, designed by the firm of William Wurster and built in 1952. Highlights include the extensive collections in the California History Room and Archives and a permanent exhibit of paintings and sculpture by significant California artists. Saturday only.

Monterey Museum of Art Monterey Masterworks: Paintings from the City of Monterey Collection October 1 - December 31 E. Michael Whittington, Exhibition Curator Many of Monterey California’s great artistic treasures are owned by the City of Monterey. The Monterey Museum of Art will display ten crown jewels of the City’s collection including works by Charles Rollo Peters, William Keith, George Inness, Armin Hansen, E. Charlton Fortune, and Mary DeNeale Morgan.

Other current exhibits at the MMA location, 559 Pacific Street, include: • MontereyNOW: Greg Mettler • The Art of California: 1880 to Present • California Artists and Portraiture • Adams & Weston and the Masters of California Photography

Also visit the MMA’s La Mirada location, 720 Via Mirada. Exhibits include: • Edward Weston: American Photographer • From Dawn to Dusk: Gottardo Piazzoni’s Final Murals See also Family Activities for this location on Page 13.

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Casa Serrano Existing Exhibition Casa Serrano has a special significance in California’s early history because it housed one of the first schools before and after the U.S. flag was flown over the Custom House in 1846. Showcased in Casa Serrano are artworks by many of Monterey’s most beloved artists, most notably the gems of the Monterey History & Art Association’s painting collection, Armin Hansen’s The Vespers and E. Charlton Fortune’s The Gossips, given pride of place in the Sala Grande. The entry room features “Cowboys and Indians” - drawings, paintings, watercolors and sculpture by Jo Mora supplemented by relevant artifacts. To the left of the entry is the Porter Bedroom. The furniture and many of the artifacts in this room once belonged to the family of John T. Porter, who was appointed Monterey’s Customs Officer by President Lincoln. Many of the items were used by the family in the Customs House and at their home in Watsonville. On view in the Parlor, to the right of the entry, are landscapes by Arthur Hill Gilbert, Myron Oliver, and Elizabeth Strong. Also on display are pieces of period furniture originally owned by some of Monterey’s founding families. On view throughout the adobe are etchings by August Gay and Armin Hansen, along with paintings by Charles Rollo Peters, Evelyn McCormick, William Adams, Henry Stuart Fonda, Leila Perry, and Percy Gray, and Mary DeNeale Morgan.

Special Exhibitions Larkin House Special Exhibition, Dr. Julianne Burton-Carvajal, Curator Thomas Oliver Larkin (1802-1858) was invited to California in 1832 by his elder half-brother, Captain John Rogers Cooper, builder of the nearby Cooper-Molera complex (also included in this walking tour). Constructed of adobe (sun-baked brick) and completed in 1835, Larkin House is the original prototype for the Monterey Colonial style. Larkin was U.S Counsul and special agent; annexation of California was strategized at Larkin House. In 1922, granddaughter Alice Toulmin purchased Larkin House. After years residing there with her husband, she gifted the house and furnishings to California State Parks in 1957.

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Portraits of Founding Californians Gaspar de Zúñiga y Acevedo, 5th Count of Monterrey (b. 1548); copy by David Ligare (b. 1945) of a Spanish portrait from 1586. City of Monterey Collection; commissioned 1996 by Paul C. Mills, former Director of the Santa Barbara Art Museum. As Viceroy of the Kingdom of New Spain, the Count authorized the 1602-1603 voyage of merchant-diplomat Sebastián Vizcaíno, whose entourage spent two weeks exploring the Peninsula and named the Bay in honor of their sponsor. Young Thomas Oliver Larkin by Alice Chittenden (1859-1944), n.d. State Parks Collection. Rose Firminia Bellamy Hoffman in 1883 by French-born, San Francisco-based painter Ernest Narjot (1826-1898). City of Monterey Collection. Thomas Larkin and Rachel Larkin by William Shaw, 1859. Rachel wears a broach portraying her husband, who died the previous year. State Parks Collection. Model of Savannah, Commodore Sloat’s 44-gun frigate. State Parks Collection. Commodore John Drake Sloat by Alice Chittenden (1859-1944), n.d. State Parks Collection. Sloat was the naval officer who claimed California for the United States at Monterey’s Custom House on July 7, 1846. Mrs. Bushton Allen c. 1852 by Italian-born Leonardo Barbieri (c.1810-c.1873). City of Monterey Collection. Mother of six and owner of Monterey’s famously ramshackle First Frame House, Mrs. Allen was laundress and midwife to the “ladies and babies of Monterey” for decades.

Señorita in Belter Chair, late 19th century, artist unknown. This unidentified sitter represents the descendants of Monterey’s original Novohispano settlers. The Belter armchair below resembles the one featured in the painting. Both from Monterey History & Art Association Collection. Rachel Larkin in 1849 by Joseph Knapp, former mayor of Monterey. Mrs. Larkin’s restored chair, displayed on the hearth, appears in the portrait above. Both from State Parks Collection. Robert Louis Stevenson by his stepson-in-law, Joseph Strong, Jr. (1852-1899), n.d. State Parks Collection. In 1879, Stevenson journeyed from Scotland to Monterey, where he wrote and convalesced in a 2-story frame building in the Larkin House garden while convincing Mrs. Fanny Osbourne of Oakland to become his wife. During that two-month interval, Fanny’s daughter Belle eloped to Pacific Grove with painter Joe Strong. Undated sepia photograph of Alice Toulmin, the Larkins’ grandniece and longtime resident of Larkin House, who donated building and contents to State Parks. State Parks Collection. Anita Doud in Spanish Dress, n.d by Linford Donovan (1906-2003). This descendant of Irishman Francis Doud helped to preserve Monterey’s richly varied heritage, including her ancestral Doud House. Monterey History & Art Association Collection. See also portrait displays in Colton Hall Museum and Monterey Museum of Art.

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Cooper-Molera Complex Three Special Exhibitions, Dr. Julianne Burton-Carvajal, Curator About the Cooper-Vallejo Family & the Cooper-Molera Complex This 2.5-acre site is one of only two National Trust properties in the state. Sea captain John Rogers Cooper of Boston, the first American to make his home in California, arrived in Monterey in 1823, converted to Catholicism, married Encamación Vallejo from an eminent family of Californios, raised numerous offspring, and eventually acquired land grants from Big Sur to Contra Costa north of San Francisco. Captain Cooper brought his half-brother Thomas O. Larkin to California in 1832.

Diaz Adobe Sidekicks: Paintings & Sculpture of the West Trailing (Cattle Drive) mural by William Hyde Irwin, 1934. State Parks Collection. One of a set of four Works Progress Administrationsponsored murals depicting traditional sources of livelihood in the Monterey region. Scratch & Plenty, cast bronze tabletop sculpture by Jo Mora, 1930. Monterey History & Art Association Collection. Tailing the Steer, cast bronze table sculpture by Jo Mora, 1930. Monterey History & Art Association Collection.

Custom House Fandango, oil on board by Ferdinand Burgdorff, 1964. State Parks Collection. Zuni Boy, watercolor by M_____, 1889. State Parks collection. Likely by Margaret McGill, artist for the Southwestern Archaeologist Expedition, Arizona,1886-1896. Indians of North America, offset lithograph “carte” by Jo Mora, 1936. California State Parks; posthumous printing. A series of historical cartoon maps of Western regions and heritage, created at the suggestion of son Jo Needham Mora, kept the family afloat during the Great Depression. The Bronco Twister, cast bronze sculpture by Jo Mora of 3-year-old Jo Jr. mounted on a hobby-horse; inscribed “To Grace 1912 – J.J. Mora.” Monterey History & Art Association Collection; cast from original plaster mold in 2007. Grace Needham was Mrs. Jo Mora.

Old Custom House with Horseman, Ferdinand Burgdorff (1881-1975), oil on canvas, City of Monterey Collection.

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Depositing Gold at Casa del Oro by Ferdinand Burgdorff, 1948. Monterey History & Art Association Collection. The

Joseph Boston Store near Custom House had the first safe in California; from 1848, when the first successful prospectors began depositing gold dust there under cover of darkness, locals called it Casa del Oro (House of Gold). Patterned Gathering Basket, Native Californian. State Parks Collection. Monterey Street, watercolor by Francis McComas, n.d. (prior to 1915). State Parks Collection (above fireplace).

Casa Cooper Anteroom: The Asian Connection All items Collection of State Parks unless noted. Carved Chinese Chair. China Cabinet display. Chinese Boy, pastel drawing by Mary Evelyn McCormick (1862-1948), n.d. Chinese Fishing Village, Monterey 1880 by Henry Cleenewerck (1818-1901). Monterey History & Art Association Collection.

Camp Hemenway [Tempe, Nevada], watercolor by M.W.M_____, 1988. Likely by Margaret McGill, artist for the Southwestern Archaeologist Expedition, Arizona, 1886-1896 (on far side of exit door).

Carved Chinese Table with Marble Inlay.

The Evolution of the Cowboy, offset lithograph “carte” by Jo Mora, 1933. Courtesy of the Jo Mora Trust; posthumous printing. Journeying west as a young man, Jo became a skilled rider and cowhand; toward the end of his life, he wrote and illustrated two books on cowboy culture, both still greatly admired (on near side of entry door).

Gilt-enameled Chinese Sewing Cabinet.

Custom House Fandango by Ferdinand Burgdorff, 1964. State Parks Collection.

Justin Ward of Salinas uses 19th century etching techniques to depict Monterey’s historic buildings, including those featured on the Art in the Adobes Walking Tour.

Navajo Girl, marble sculpture by Jo Mora, 1915. Monterey History & Art Association Collection. From boyhood, Jo Mora was fascinated by the Indian tribes of North America and, in his late twenties, spent three years in Arizona living with the Hopi and Navajo (on near side of entry door). .

Small hand-painted Chinese camphor chest, used for cargo transport from the Far East and as a substitute for dressers in Alta California homes (beneath Chinese Table).

Art Demonstrations in Cooper-Molera Garden Informal demonstrations by printmakers in the Cooper-Molera Garden. Saturday, 11:00am - 5:00pm

Beverly Corbett of Carmel uses leaves, blooms, and branches to create botanical monoprints. See also Family Activities on Page 13. Page 9

Casa Cooper Skylight Room: The Artist’s Studio In the early decades of the 20th century, many of Monterey’s decaying adobe buildings were refurbished by artists as homes and studios. French-trained Impressionist Mary Evelyn McCormick had her studio in Custom House through the Depression years, for example, and French-born modernist August Gay lived and worked in Stevenson House from 1920 to 1940. This handsomely proportioned room with its period skylight would have been an appealing workspace, showplace, and gathering spot for artists – as indeed the Stevenson House Sala was in he 1920s and 1930s. San Diego by Col. Charles Richmond and William N. Fenerin, c.1978. Monterey History & Art Association Collection. Scale model of the Manila galleon that in 1602 brought merchant-explorer Sebastián Vizcaíno to explore the region he named to honor the Count of Monterey, Viceroy of New Spain and sponsor of the voyage. When Vizcaíno’s call for the immediate colonization of Monterey Bay went unheeded, the King of Spain appointed him first governor Las Islas Ricas de Oro y Plata (The Rich Isles of Gold and Silver), today’s Japan.

Custom House by Christian Jorgensen (18601935) n.d. Monterey History & Art Association Collection. Stevenson House by August François Gay (1890-1948) c.1929. Monterey History & Art Association Collection. Custom House, watercolor by Christian Jorgensen (1860-1935) n.d. State Parks Collection.

Studio of Charles Rollo Peters by Ferdinand Burgdorff (1881-1975), 1936. Monterey History & Art Association Collection. This building still exists on Ave Maria Street. Photographic reproduction of Paris Studio by Abel Warshawsky (1883-1962), c.1935. City of Monterey Collection; the original can be viewed on Saturday in the Main Reading Room of the Monterey Public Library. Custom House by Mary Evelyn McCormick (1862-1948) c.1935. Monterey History & Art Association Collection. Stevenson House by Mary Evelyn McCormick (1862-1948) c. 1935. City of Monterey Collection. Page 10

Dark Barn, Charles Rollo Peters (1862-1928), oil on canvas, City of Monterey Collection.

Stevenson House About Stevenson House / The French Hotel / Casa Gonzalez Special Exhibition, Dr. Julianne Burton-Carvajal, Curator Built in the 1840 as a residence for Rafael González and family, this double structure became the French Hotel by the American period – economical refuge of artists, fishermen, and cannery workers as well as visitors. Based on the local tradition that writer Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) slept here in the autumn of 1879, it was renamed in the early 1940s when a pair of benefactresses arranged to gift it to California State Parks. Isobel Osbourne Strong Field, Stevenson’s stepdaughter and last surviving heir, bequeathed his family furnishings from Scotland and Samoa along with his personal and literary effects because Monterey was where Louis and her mother had planned a joint future.

A Peters Family Affair: Paintings by Charles Rollo Peters, Sons Rollo & DeWitt, & Second Wife Constance Given all the artists who lived, worked, exhibited, and partied at The French Hotel over the decades, its Sala is a particularly fitting venue for a retrospective of Charles Rollo Peters II, one of Monterey’s most famous painters, and his talented family. The 27 paintings on loan from the City of Monterey represent just half of the Peters Family Collection, comprised of bequests made by heirs Rollo and DeWitt. Text panels provide an overview history of the family.

Charles Rollo Peters II (1862-1928) Boats at Sunset, 1885. On verso: ”My first picture painted 1885 and given to Grandma Warrin. To my eldest son Charles from father, 1913. By Pop.” Stormy Night / Cypress, signed and dated “Monterey, 1877” and inscribed “To Mrs. Tuffs” Dark Barn, attributed to CRP II Bay in Moonlight House in Moonlight Rolling Hills with Oaks Long Lane, Dorset

Constance Evans Easley Peters (1878-1939) Bay with Mountain Adobe Telegraph Hill, San Francisco Salt Water Slough

Charles Rollo Peters II (1862-1928), continued Breton Woman Knitting, unfinished Breton Landscape, oil on board, signed “Brittany 1894” and inscribed “To [indecipherable] & Bob, Xmas, 1895” Philomne, inscribed “To My Dear Mother, Poulou, Finistere” Breton Girl with Boat, oil on canvas Breton Woman with Bowl, unfinished

Son Charles Rollo Peters III (Rollo) (1892-1967) Young Man in Profile (possible self-portrait; framed for this display) Breton Boy (possibly son of Peters family nursemaid, Leoni; framed for this display).

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Watercolors by Son DeWitt Clinton Peters III (1902-1966) Still Life with Fruit and Flowers Still Life with Flowers on Table (Martha’s Vineyard) Urban Factory Scene City Scene Factory with Storage Tanks Road through Taxco Shooting Gallery in Mexico Portrait of a Woman Reflective Girl Rolling Hills with Oaks, Charles Rollo Peters, (1862-1928, oil on canvas, City of Monterey, Charles Rollo Peters III Collection.

Affiliated Activities Artful Afternoons at MY Museum 425 Washington Street Saturday, October 1, 1:00 - 2:00 pm Free admission with Art in the Adobes Ticket. Enjoy a delightful story hour with Jo Mora’s “Chippie de Munk: The Great Inventor” at MY Museum’s Theatre. Sunday, October 2, noon - 5:00 pm Drop by Sunday for another artful afternoon inspired by local artist Jo Mora in MY Museum’s Creation Station.

Museum of Monterey 1 Custom House Plaza October 1 and 2, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Current exhibit: “Deep in the Blues - Treasures from the Monterey Bay and Beyond” featuring ceramic works by Mark Tanous.

Art On The Wharf Saturday, October 1, 10:00 am – 7:00 pm The Fisherman’s Wharf Association offers Art on the Wharf at Old Fisherman’s Wharf in downtown Monterey. The event promotes and showcases the artistic community of the Monterey Peninsula, while inspiring the next generation of artists.

Venture Gallery 260 Alvarado October 1 and 2, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Contemporary works by local artists.

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Youth Arts Collective 472 Calle Principal Saturday, October 1, noon- 4:00 pm Open House.

Family Activities Saturday, October 1

Sunday, October 2

Family Activities in the Park Monterey Museum of Art Pacific Street Saturday, October 1, 2011 11:00 am - 2:00 pm The Monterey Museum of Art will offer three creative activities for children of all ages in Elkins Park, next to the museum. Docents will assist children with the following Victorian, nature-themed art projects: decorating wooden bird houses and treasure boxes, creating leaf rubbings, and designing small plaques with seeds and dried beans.

Family Art Experience at Cooper-Molera Adobe Sunday, October 2, 2011 11:00 am - 4:00 pm “Monterey County Art Champions” Erin Lee Gafill and Tom Birmingham present a family-friendly drop-in painting and collage experience for children of all ages in the Spear Warehouse at Cooper-Molera Adobe. Using expressive painting and torn paper collage, participants will create their own unique interpretations of Monterey’s historic adobes and their gardens. The artists will incorporate open-ended teaching methods, encouraging personal creativity and natural expressiveness in the art activity. Select art pieces will be included in the artists’ traveling children’s art show, Championing the Arts, currently on display at the Pacific Grove Arts Center, Pacific Grove, California.

Illustration from children’s book, Chippie de Munk: The Great Inventor, courtesy of The Jo Mora Trust.

See also Affiliated Activities at My Museum and at Art on the Wharf on previous page.

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About the Curator Dr. Julianne Burton-Carvajal specializes in the artistic, architectural, landscape, and social history of the Spanish-influenced West. Professor of Spanish Literature and Latin American-Latino Studies at the University of California–Santa Cruz for three decades, she founded and directed a campus gallery featuring art by Latin American and Latino artists in 1993. Since 2004 she has curated a dozen exhibitions for museums and galleries between San Francisco and Santa Barbara, Spanish Dancers: Merienda, M. (Mary) DeNeale Morgan (1868-1948), oil on canvas, City of Monterey Collection. publishing an article or a monograph related to each show. In 2007-2008 she was responsible for the redesign and reinstallation of the Munrás Family Heritage Museum, part of the Carmel Mission complex.

Old Monterey Foundation In late 2010, members of the Old Monterey Business Association (OMBA) came together to establish Old Monterey Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit with the mission of encouraging, supporting and promoting the history and culture of the historic Downtown. At the same time, they were assessing the unique strengths of the historic Downtown with a view to enhancing the area’s attractiveness and appeal to visitors and residents alike. Of course, at the top of everyone’s list were the charming adobes sprinkled throughout the Downtown area, for which Monterey is internationally famous. But they were surprised - and delighted - to discover that the City of Monterey, California State Parks-Monterey, and Monterey History & Art Association, possesses an extensive collection of masterpieces of California art, largely hidden away in storage for decades. In a classic ‘Ah-ha!’ moment, someone said “Let’s display these treasures in the adobes and invite the public to see them!” Thus, Art in the Adobes was created as Old Monterey Foundation’s first event in support of its mission.

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Thank You Volunteers

Elinor Avila Maureen Bianchini Susan Billingsley Bryan Bradford Bonnie Brooks Toy Bryant Joy Bryant Mary Callaham Jim Covel Karen Csejtey Keith Decker Kathi DeMaria Fatima Dias Marjorie Frontman

Barbara Furbush Roland Garcia Jane Garrettson Diane Glim Al Graham Toni Graham Kathryn Greenwald Emily Griffith Leonard Han Jan Houser Monica Hudson Tami Isaksen Bende Kelly Alan Kemp

Joan Keyzers Terry Laurents Jill Lynch Carole Olsen Ellen Maupin Carolyn Miller Susan Miller Katherine Minerva Morley Moellentine Lindy Perez Judy Piper Christine Reveles Rosemary Robert Jack Roberts

Lori Rossi-Green Elizabeth Schneider Carmen Shaw Suzanne Siegelman Rosemary Smith Les Sturges Jerry Welling Katie White Ralph Widmar Jeannie Wooldridge Kathy WoJtkowski Bill Wojtkowski Darby Worth George Wright

Organizations and Individuals Arts Council for Monterey County Artists from Venture Gallery Susan Billingsley Boots Road Group Leia Bradford Carmel Strings Carpe Diem Fine Books Chalet Caitlin Christiano Colontoni Cynthia Conat Dennis Copeland

Aaron Dally Libby & Wayne Downey Edie Elisson Betsie Elwood Ari Freedman Epsilon Restaurant Annette Garnett Michael Green Peter Hiller John Hoffman Kip Hudson Christine Kemp Lallapalooza Wei Wei Li

Marriott Monterey Jeanie McCoombs Chuck and Gwen Metoyer Jo Mora Trust Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce Eric Palmer Carol Patterson Peter B’s Judy Piper Peter Mellinger Olio Vintage Fun Peet’s Coffee Portola Hotel & Spa

Rosine’s Restaurant Santa Barbara Bank & Trust Scheid Vineyards William Scannell Scott Shields Jeanie Sturges Les Sturges The Red House Trader Joe’s Terry & Paula Trotter Dena Weber Whole Foods Bella Zhang

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Art in the Adobes 2012 Dr. Julianne Burton-Carvajal, Curator “Monterey Artists at Home and Abroad” will feature landscapes, seascapes and genre scenes of central California, western Europe and beyond by some two dozen renowned 20th century painters. Please plan to join us as we unveil more of Monterey’s hidden artistic treasures. Page 15


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