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Nature's Inspirations: Celebrating the Arts
Committee for Green Foothills
Stately Willow Heights Mansion high on a ridge above Morgan Hill
was the setting for "An afternoon of art in the Santa Teresa foothills".
An exhibition and sale of artwork and photography by Bay Area artists.
Auction proceeds and a portion of exhibition sales will go to support
the Committee for Green Foothills' work to protect local open space.
CGF staff member Ashley Gamboa welcomes guests.
CGF Legislative Advocate Brian Schmidt among items at the Silent Auction table.
Exhibiting artists (l. to r.) Lin Ching Peng, Mimi Kearns, David Cardinal,
CGF Board Member Peter LaTourrette,
Floy Zittin, Dan Quinn, Sheila Sondik.
Floy Zittin winner of the 2006 Jane Gallagher Award for her artwork.
Palo Alto City Councilmember Peter Drekmeier, CGF Board of Directors VP April Vargas,
CGF Legislative Advocate Brian Schmidt, CGF Board Member Mary Davey,
and CGF Executive Director Holly Van Houten.
Painting by exhibiting artist Lin Ching Peng
San Jose City Councilmember Forrest Williams & Mrs Williams
Bay Area photographer Deane Little, winner of CGF's 2005 Gallagher Award,
with a section of "Foggy Oak Forest, Foothills Preserve."
Helen Quinn shows photo taken by her husband (far r.),
exhibiting artist Dan Quinn, to friends Linda and Jerry Elkind.
Jim Thurber, Morgan Hill Mayor Dennis Kennedy,
and San Jose City Councilmember Forrest Williams.
CGF Executive Director Holly Van Houten.
Morgan Hill Mayor Dennis Kennedy.
Santa Clara County Supervisor Jim Beall conducted the exhibition sale and live auction.
Mary Davey bids for a tour of the Hewlett-Packard Garage
with Jamis MacNiven of Buck's of Woodside restaurant. (photo by Dan Quinn)
"Alert Bobcat in the Wild" by Dan Quinn,
donated by the artist and auctioned during the event.
CGF Board of Directors VP April Vargas and Santa Clara County Supervisor Jim Beall (photo by Dan Quinn)
(l.to r.) Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority Director Alex Kennett,
Carolyn Taggart, Mike Porter and Jim Thurber.
"Three Amigos" by exhibiting artist Mimi Kearns,
donated and sold at auction during the event.
Jack Davey (photo by Dan Quinn)
Nonette Hanko, Linda and Jerry Elkind with Lennie Roberts,
veteran CGF San Mateo Legislative analyst.
Detail from painting by Floy Zittin, winner of the 2006 Jane Gallagher Award.
James MacNiven of Buck's of Woodside and Santa Clara County Supervisor Jim Beall.
CGF Executive Director Holly Van Houten with CGF Legislative Advocate Lennie Roberts.
Twilight view of outskirts of Morgan Hill in Santa Clara Valley.
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