Saving History with a Palette Knife
I wrote about Terry d. Chacon's art exhibit in Banning.
The plein-air artist (pictured at left, with Clidine Roper of Banning Center for the Arts) often paints historic landscapes, such as citrus groves near her home in Redlands, before they are bulldozed to make way for construction.
There's a poignant story inside this story about her painting San Gorgonio Inn before it was demolished.
READ THE ARTICLE HERE.