Landscape Through the Eyes of Abstraction invites modern contemplation of the concept of landscape art – one of the most popular artistic genres with a long and established history. Read more >> 

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Family Art Day: Vintage Paper Butterflies

Saturday, February 19, 2:00 PM PT Join CMATO and CReATE STUDIO for Family Art Day as we celebrate the opening of our new exhibition, Landscape Through the Eyes of Abstraction, and make vintage-inspired paper butterflies using dictionary and old book pages. Participants will cut and paint individual butterflies that can be strung on wire for a floating effect. It's creative fun for all ages! Admission is free for museum members and a $6 donation for non-members. Members, use promo code CMATOMEMBER.

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