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Robin Gowen: Nature Takes Its Course
On Exhibit in our Messick and Mayhew Galleries
October 13, 2007 through November 25, 2007

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Reception

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13
FROM 5 - 7PM
7 EAST ANAPAMU STREET, SANTA BARBARA, CA

A Few Words About This Exhibit

October 13, 2007 marks the fifth solo exhibition for artist Robin Gowen at Sullivan Goss. The exhibition incorporates recent works and a few treasured paintings from the last decade. The paintings are this artistís personal account of time passing, of seasons changing, and nature taking its course.

Robinís characteristic bold colors applied to a noon-time landscape are present in the recent works, as well as the subtle examination of morning mist on green hills and the cool shadows beneath a grove of oaks. She deftly uses hills and valleys as the backbone for the natural patterns created by trees and shade.

As the sun travels across the sky, Robin Gowen captures each moment in a manner that is timeless, yet records an active and natural progression of her development as a premier landscape painter.

- Susan Bush, Director of Contemporary Art

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