People's Choice Award: "Salty Mist-Yellowbanks, Santa Cruz Island." by Rick Garcia.
Maritime Museum Virtual Art Show and Sale
Who We Are
SCAPE is a group of local and nationally-known artists, students, patrons, gallery owners and others.
Our mission is to promote camaraderie and artistic growth for our members while helping to raise money for non-profit environmental organizations through a variety of events.
Many Thanks to Our Virtual Exhibit Partners
Greg Gorga, SBMM
Rita Sirotkin, SBMM Marketing and PR Coordinator
Jane Lindsey, SBMM Director of Development
Juror for the Maritime Show
A brief bio:
I grew up on Lake Tahoe, California and developed an early love of the wilderness, spending lots of time camping and hiking in the Sierras, always with my sketchbook and art supplies in my pack. I studied art at UCSB, where I met my wife Lauren. We were lucky to be able to stay here on the beautiful Central Coast. In addition to painting, I teach art at Dos Pueblos High School, which my oldest daughter attends and where my younger daughter will be soon.
For Jurying the show:
I was really impressed with the diversity, concepts, and skill of the entries for the Maritime Show. We are lucky to live in a community with so many inspired, creative, talented individuals. I am always looking for someone with a unique, sincere style and voice to their work. I am drawn to artworks that have a nice balance of representational and abstract qualities. I love it when a work of art transcends its media and transports us to the real experience, that quality of light or feel of the atmosphere that originally inspired the work.
Welcome to Wild Apricot
WILD APRICOT STAFF
The SCAPE Board recently adopted Wild Apricot, an all-in-one software program that incorporates website building, membership, contact mailing list, and event management and much more. A committee (see Staff at right) was formed to implement and manage the program.
This a work in progress, so please bear with us as we work through the challenges of improving each segment of the program and adding more of its features such as blogs and forums.
HELP WANTED: If you are adept at mastering software programs and want to volunteer to join the Wild Apricot Staff, please email Linda Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org or KarenGlancyat email@example.com.