Art Mixer: Talking about future events: Gold Dust Pizza, Oakdale, CA.

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On April 18th we will be planning the next event, at Gold Dust Pizza in Oakdale, CA. 7 pm - 9 pm, which will be a trip to San Francisco, visiting the de Young Art Museum. The Impressionist artwork of Claude Monet will be at the de Young until May 27th, 'Monet, the Late Years'.

*There will also be another meetup on May 16th for more details; location will be announced.

The Meetup date for the museum visit is: May 18th, 2019, at 11:00 at the
de Young Museum. Tickets must be reserved in advance, and I recommend that you buy your tickets soon if you are interested in going!

Ticket sales are by the entry time only. If the 11:00 tickets are sold out you may choose the 15 minute earlier or 15 minute later time.
The tickets include the general admission to the museum collection, and the Monet exhibition, and the artist Gauguin exhibition.
Prices vary by age group, and are $35.00 or less.

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If you have visited Monet's garden at Giverny, in France, you will not want to miss this exhibition. There are 50 paintings in the exhibition, and these are the paintings inspired by his gardens.

The exhibition will feature nearly 50 paintings by Claude Monet dating mainly from 1913 to 1926, the final phase of the artist’s long career. During his late years, the well-traveled Monet stayed close to home, inspired by the variety of elements making up his own garden at Giverny, a village located about forty-five miles from Paris. With its evolving scenery of flower beds, footpaths, willows, wisteria, and nymphaea, the garden became a personal laboratory for the artist’s concentrated study of natural phenomena. The exhibition will focus on the series that Monet invented, and just as important, reinvented, in this setting. In the process, it will reconsider the conventional notion that many of the late works painted on a large scale were preparatory for the Grand Decorations, rather than finished paintings in their own right. Boldly balancing representation and abstraction, Monet’s radical late works redefined the master of Impressionism as a forebear of modernism.

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