The natural beauty present in Yosemite serves as the inspirational point for the collection of artists included in the Carnegie Art Center’s “Yosemite Renaissance XXVIII.”
The annual competition and showing is now in its 28th year. Opening July 31, the exhibit will include 46 paintings, photographs, prints, and sculptures from 41 artists. The collection was selected from almost 600 submissions with a common motif of Yosemite and the Sierra Nevadas. The works range in variety from the traditional to the abstract.
The collection will be shown at the Carnegie Arts Center through Sept. 29. Hours at the Carnegie are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays. Admission to the exhibition is a suggested donation of $4. The Carnegie is located at 250 N. Broadway in Turlock.
Yosemite Renaissance is a non-profit organization dedicated to the arts of Yosemite, supported in part by funds and services from the Mariposa County Board of Supervisors, Delaware North Companies Parks and Resorts, the National Park Service and the Ansel Adams Gallery.