Art for Conservation continues at the G2 Gallery

Exciting update! The Art for Conservation show at the G2 Gallery will continue through September 16, 2012. A limited number of images will be on display and for sale in the Front Gallery. Please note this is not the entire original exhibit.

This summer, ESLT partnered with the G2 Gallery in Venice Beach, California, to host our 4th annual Art For Conservation Show and Sale. First opening on June 26, the show was a great success, with almost 3,500 people visiting the gallery to see the show.

Nolan Nitschke, a participating artist in the show, posted on ESLT’s facebook page saying, “Sold all of my photos at the G2 Gallery for the Eastern Sierra Land Trust Art for Conservation Show. It was a very successful show for me and also helped a great organization!”

ESLT staff and participating artists at the opening reception.

Did you catch the LA Times article by writer Michael J. Ybarra? Titled On view: ‘Art for Conservation’ puts insiders’ eyes on Eastern Sierra.

“Thousands of years ago humans first inscribed themselves on the landscape of California’s eastern flank. Indians scratched a fantastic cosmos of circles and squiggles on the dark desert rock in the shadow of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.” Click here to continue reading the LA Times article online.

Visit the G2 Gallery website for information on directions to the gallery, exhibit hours, and more.  Thank you to Daniel and Susan Gottlieb, owners of the G2 Gallery, Jolene Hanson and the G2 Gallery staff, and our eight participating artists: Andy Selters, John Dittli, Londie Padelsky, Nolan Nitschke, Rick Kattelmann, Robb Hirsch, Stephen Ingram, and Vern Clevenger.

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