Land and Sea at Monterey Museum of Art-Pacific
- When: Thursday, October 7, 2010, time TBA
- Where: Monterey Museum of Art-Pacific, Monterey
- Cost: Not available
- Age limit: Not available
The intricate interplay of terra firma and infirma and the life that inhabits both has drawn people, and especially artists, to the Central Coast since humans first laid eyes on the landscape. Through watercolors, etchings, photographs and painting, Land and Sea: Paintings and Photographs of Monterey and Beyond explores both the urban and natural landscape that defines the Peninsula. The works stretch over several decades, and include a film by Eva Lothar, a French cinematographer whose short film, Street of the Sardine, explores Cannery Row after the last cannery shut its doors and ponders man’s responsibility to the world’s natural resources. The exhibit is rich in history and vibrant in its depiction of this place we call home. It runs through Oct. 24. [MF]
11am-5pm Wed-Sat; 1-4pm Sun. Monterey Museum of Art-Pacific, 559 Pacific St., Monterey. $2-$5. 372-5477. http://www.montereyart.org.