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"I'll take you there"

Paintings created on solo travels during Covid-19

Artwork by Rosanne Seitz

Oct 1st -
Nov 24th

Due to covid-19 regulations we will NOT be hosting a reception for this exhibit so please come buy to take a look at this exhibit during our NEW store hours of 10-3pm Mon-Fri

Featuring the talented Rosanne Seitz

Over 15 works created from her solo travels on out of the way roads to places showing the grandeur, and quiet beauty of our California scenery, that revitalizes mind and body.

The show will benefit SLO Noor Foundation which offers free non-emergency medical, dental and vision to assist local workers with job loss.

Seitz latest landscapes are inspired  personal sketches, photos and plein air paintings developed while driving California out of the way backroads. Her love for California land,
agriculture and farm structures are iconic in her work.

Following a 26-year teaching career and raising a family sites pursued her passion to paint full-time in San Luis Obispo County she works on location and plan air and in her Grover Beach
studio. “I'll Take You There” is a testimonial to Seitz’s reverence for places in the out of the way
parts of California that captivate her.
Strong community commitment has motivated Seitz to advocate for SLO Noor Foundation. A portion of the art sales will be donated to the nonprofit fund to benefit local people who have
been out of work through the COVID-19 business closures.
Rosanne Seitz currently lives in Grover Beach. Her award-winning art has been featured in numerous solo exhibits and is included in public and private worldwide collections. She is a frequent guest presenter at art groups and is a Signature member the Central Coast Watercolor Society. She is an active member of San Luis Outdoor Painters for the Environment, (SLOPE), which raises awareness and funds for California’s rural lands, flora and wildlife corridors.

She was co-owner of Gallery at the Network, in downtown San Luis Obispo for 15 years. Passion, dedication and a reverence for land and agriculture motivate her paintings.