Buckelew Programs Proudly Presents
MARINSCAPES Reimagined 2019
Art That Changes Lives
JUNE 20 – JUNE 23, 2019
Join us for our 31st anniversary!! MarinScapes Reimagined
Fine Art Exhibit and Sale benefiting Buckelew Programs.
Thanks for a successful year – check this page for 2020 dates.
MarinScapes Reimagined includes “The Invented Landscape,” a special offering curated by the renowned Seager/Gray Gallery of Mill Valley; these large-scale, modern paintings capture a unique view of Marin, expressed abstractly and from an alternate perspective. This reimagined offering is coupled with art from beloved, local favorites like Kathleen Lipinski, Tom Killion and Susan Schneider Williams. MarinScapes Reimagined showcases the works of painters who capture Marin County’s spectacular views and magnificent scenic vistas through classic plein air landscapes.
Other events include the much beloved Gala Dinner and live auction in the meadow on June 20th, special “Meet the Artists” reception, including those from Seager /Gray Gallery, on Friday night and special presentations on Saturday, June 22nd at 11am—“Investing in Fine Art: A Beginner’s Guide” offered by Donna Seager—also on Sunday at noon; and Tom Killion presents “New Meets Old Japanese-Style Woodblock Printmaking.” Saturday & Sunday tickets include entrance to the exhibit after the talk. Seating is limited and reservations highly recommended.
Buckelew Programs helps people in the North Bay with mental health, addiction and related behavioral health challenges lead healthier, more independent lives, strengthening families and communities in the process. We tailor our treatment and support to the unique needs of each individual, and we encourage the active collaboration of loved ones and other supporters. Buckelew’s current family of services includes Helen Vine Recovery Center, Buckelew Employment Services, Buckelew Counseling Services, Family Service Coordination, Supported Housing Programs and the Suicide Prevention Hotline.