Paintout at Reyes Adobe Museum

From their website: “Built in approximately 1850, Agoura Hills’ first home represents 150 years of exciting California history. This history includes the acquisition of the documented stories and artifacts from the families that have called the Reyes Adobe home over the years. The Reyes Adobe Historical Site has preserved their unique legacies to help visitors understand the political, social and economic changes that have shaped present day culture. ”

Look for David. If you email David in advance at watercolorists (at) netzero (dot) net, he will look for you.

Paintout at Stagecoach Inn Museum

From their website: “The Conejo Valley Historical Society was formed in 1965 to save the original Grand Union Hotel from demolition. With that success behind them, the Society developed a docent program and began leading tours of the Hotel (rebuilt in 1976 as the Stagecoach Inn). Fast forward to 2017, and the Stagecoach Inn Museum is a beloved member of the community, offering family-oriented special events, lectures, school programs, and a fun and friendly group of docents. Come visit the Stagecoach Inn Museum Complex and see what’s happening today!”

Look for David. If you email David in advance at watercolorists (at) netzero (dot) net, he will look for you.

Paintout at Rancho Sierra Vista/Satwiwa

From their website: “Two threads of local history intertwine to establish the identity of Rancho Sierra Vista/ Satwiwa. Ranch structures and introduced grasses represent over a century of ranching, while native plants reflect an environment that Chumash Indians lived in for thousands of years. The gentle slopes yield trails that picnickers, hikers, bikers, and equestrians enjoy during every season. Big Sycamore Canyon Trail descends from Satwiwa to the Pacific Ocean along a historic Chumash trade route.”

Look for David. If you email David in advance at watercolorists (at) netzero (dot) net, he will look for you.

June Membership Meeting

Nick Runge demonstrates. Stay tuned for details.

Join us for a meet & greet at 6:30 pm. Meeting starts at 7:00 pm.

Paintout at Leonis Adobe Museum

From their website: “Welcome to the Leonis Adobe Museum website! As Los AngelesCity Cultural Monument #1, the Leonis Adobe Museum is dedicated to restoring, preserving, and sharing the last of the old west. Here, you can experience California ranch life of the late 1800s… visit a Victorian-style early Los Angeles home… see what a jail was like in the Wild West… enjoy a picnic in picturesque Calabasas Creek Park with its antique ironwork and lovely gardens.”

Dress western!

Look for David. If you email David in advance at watercolorists (at) netzero (dot) net, he will look for you.

May VWS Membership Meeting

Jan Godachy demonstrates. Stay tuned for details.

Join us at 6:30 pm for meet & greet. Meeting starts at 7:00 pm.

Paintout at Peter Strauss Ranch

From their website:  “For nearly a century, people have enjoyed leisure and recreation at this site. Named for Emmy Award-winning actor Peter Strauss, this park delights nature lovers and intrigues history buffs. Oak woodlands, a seasonal creek, easy trails, a lawn area, and an amphitheater provide a wonderful location or visitors of all ages to have fun outdoors. Near the main house, you will discover an Italian terrazzo tile concert area (1939) where country legends Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson performed in the 1950s. Also, you will see the relic of an enormous outdoor swimming pool with a small stage in the center.”

Paintout at Westlake Village Inn

From their website: “The Westlake Village Inn’s lovely wrought iron fence is your gateway to a magical place. The view of lush, green landscapes that seem to be never-ending, the enchanting lake, cobblestone paths, vineyards and beautiful gardens with lovely gazebos and charming arbors are enough to leave you captivated. “
Meet at near Inn side of the lake. Look for David. If you email David in advance at watercolorists (at) netzero (dot) net, he will look for you.