Local artist cooperative The Oak Group will host its annual fall arts fundraiser now through Dec. 31, this year to benefit NatureTrack, a nonprofit that introduces schoolchildren to the outdoor spaces of Santa Barbara County and inspires them to be respectful stewards of the natural world.
Titled "The Link Between Man and Nature," the art show will take on a new virtual format in place of the group's in-person art exhibition and reception organized annually for the past 34 years.
The Oak Group benefit show will be conducted virtually in order to guard the health and safety of supporters and patrons during the pandemic, according to a spokesperson.
Sales can be made online at both The Oak Group and NatureTrack websites. Arrangements can be made to see paintings before purchase.
The virtual exhibition can be viewed online through Dec. 31 at theoakgroup.squarespace.com/the-link-between-man-and-nature
For more information, contact Rob Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-689-4962.
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