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On exhibit at Big Sur Convergence show

Big Sur Land Trust | Goshawks on Exhibit in California

My two goshawk paintings, Rhapsody and Goshawk No. 1 are heading west! Both were accepted to the Convergence Show put on in conjunction with the Big Sur Land Trust and California State University in Monterey Bay. They’ll be hanging at the Salinas Center for Arts & Culture during the month of February. The show opens Feb. 12 and ends on August 7.


1 Main Street
Salinas, CA 93901

If you’re out in that area of the country and stop in to see them, I’d be ecstatic if you’d send me a picture of them hanging at the show 🙂

See the Process Posts for these paintings:


Goshawk No. 1

Big Sur Land Trust

From their website: ” Big Sur Land Trust (BSLT) is a non-profit organization with a mission to inspire love of land across generations, conservation of our unique Monterey County landscapes, and access to outdoor experiences for all. We see a future where natural landscapes, working lands, urban open spaces and healthy communities are cared for by people who share a love of nature and a deep appreciation for the richness of their diverse cultures.”

The CSUMB Convergence Theme

Convergences, expected and unexpected, can enrich our lives with challenges and connections.

At Carr Lake, CSUMB sees the convergence of three creeks; of urban, agricultural and wildland landscapes; of multiple communities and histories; and of an entire city. We see the park we are co-creating with the community on the 73-acres at Carr Lake as the convergence of people, place and opportunity.”


These paintings will return as listings to my online shop whenever they return from the Big Sur show. If you’d like to be notified when I get them back, drop me an email at madison@wildozark.com.

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