Monterey Museum of Art
(above: the Museum's Civic Center building on Pacific Street from the viewpoint of Friendly Plaza's broad lawn. Photo: John Hazeltine, February, 2013)
Insignias of Fort Ord: Art in Everyday Military Life (3/18/16)
Lasting Impressions-Pedro de Lemos (7/20/15)
Monterey Now: Warren Chang, with essays by Charlotte Eyerman and Karen Crews Hendon (1/20/15)
In Process: Andrew Schoultz; essay by Karen Crews Hendon (10/14/13)
Made in Monterey (6/10/09)
Monterey: The Artist's View, 1925 - 1945; texts by Kent Seavey (7/11/08)
Artists at Continent's End: The Monterey Peninsula Art Colony, 1875-1907 (12/12/05)
The Carmel Monterey Peninsula Art Colony: A History; article by Barbara J. Klein (4/21/05)
Geography of Memory: Selected Works by Hung Liu (9/10/03)
Form and Essence: Contemporary Sculpture (12/17/99)
At The Millennium: Contemporary Paintings From Northern California (12/17/99)
The Ralph K. Davies Collection of Western Art at the Monterey Museum of Art (12/17/99)
C. S. Price: Landscape, Image and Spirit (3/4/99)
National Academy Artists To Teach at Monterey Museum of Art (3/4/99)
At the West of Things: California Artists at Home and Abroad (1/16/99)
Face to Face. The Paintings of Mabel Alvarez (10/8/98)
A Taste For Art (10/8/98)
Qualities of Light: Photographs from the Permanent Collection (5/18/98)
Marie Brumund: Contemporary Still Lifes (5/18/98)
Joe Mora: Artist and Writer (5/18/98)
A Matter of Style: The Paintings of Armin Hansen and William Ritschel (5/18/98)
Art in the Garden: Springtime at La Mirada (5/18/98)
Misch Kohn: Beyond the Tradition ( 1/12/98)
The Search to See: The Collection and Photographs of Frederick B. Scheel (1/12/98)
Dick Crispo: From the Loop to the Lagoon (8/23/97)
Jean Brenner: Patterns of Tradition (8/30/97)
The Monterey Museum of Art and its historic La Mirada facility are located in Monterey, California. The Museum's Civic Center address is 559 Pacific Street, Monterey, CA 93940. La Mirada is at 720 Via Mirada. Please see the museum's website for hours and admission fees.
(above: driveway entry sign for the historic La Mirada facility at 720 Via Mirada, Monterey. Photo: John Hazeltine, February, 2013)
(above: view of the La Mirada entrance from the steps leading up to the adjacent Peden Rhododendron Garden. Photo: John Hazeltine, February, 2013)
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