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Posted on: May 13, 2021

[ARCHIVED] The City of Temecula and the Temecula Valley Museum announce a new exhibit


 TEMECULA, CA ─ The Temecula Valley Museum is delighted to collaborate with Dorland Mountain Arts Colony to showcase their talented artists in this special exhibition, The Artists of Dorland. This new exhibit opened on FRI, APR 30, 2021, and will remain on display until SUN, AUG 22, 2021artistofdorland2

 This exhibit features a unique selection of art from Dorland Mountain Arts Colony, providing 6-7 pieces of art in various mediums. The exhibit will be broken into two phases, with the first phase featuring artists Angela Briggs, Carole Degnan, Janice Cipriani-Willis, Kathleen Morgan, Noreen Ring, Robert Willis, and Sacha Hope now through SUN, JUN 27, 2021. The second phase will feature artists Barbara Perryman, Jajime OHNO, Kathy Stradley, Katinka Clementsmiths, Odessa Clevelandand Penny Fedorchak from FRI, JUL 2, 2021 through SUN, AUG 22, 2021. The Dorland Mountain Arts Colony is a non-profit artist retreat overlooking the Temecula Valley Wine Country of Southern California.  This eclectic exhibit includes beautiful watercolor portraits and landscapes, nature themed art, vibrant neon colored work, modern art, intricate gourd art and more!  Don’t miss this incredible display of fine art from some of the Temecula Valley’s most accomplished artists.

Temecula Mayor Maryann Edwards said, “The City of Temecula is committed to integrating Arts and Culture into community life by providing opportunities for the public to experience the vast artistic and cultural assets in the Temecula Valley through collaborative, supportive, and creative partnerships. This exhibit is a prime example of this commitment in partnership with Dorland Mountain Arts Colony, a local group supporting the regional arts community. We are proud to be able to offer a space for artists, tourists, and residents alike to enjoy the cultural richness of our community.”

The Temecula Valley Museum (28314 Mercedes Street) is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.  Please visit or call (951) 694-6450 for more information.


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