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HISTORY - Lynne Gough

Lynne Gough is the author of Asa and the Holstein Queen, published in 2016. Based on a beloved family story, the book outlines the history of America as witnessed by four generations of the Morris family of Yolo County. It culminates in the life her great-grandfather, Asa W. Morris of Woodland, and his world famous Holstein cow, Tilly Alcartra.

Lynne Gough was born in Woodland, California, in 1955. A love of history and a career in graphic arts enabled her to bring to life a beloved family story of her great-grandfather, Asa W. Morris, and his world famous Holstein cow, Tilly Alcartra. Lynne has always been an avid reader and believes that a good story is one of the best ways to teach history and fundamental values to young people.

Free

September 11th | Noon-12:45pm

The Barn Gallery | 512 Gibson Road, Woodland

Workshops

Sara Post, Windbreak 1
oil/wax/pigment stick
18 x 18 x 2
Sara Post, Windbreak 1 oil/wax/pigment stick 18 x 18 x 2

Workshop with Sara Post

Learn to combine luscious oil pigment sticks with wax and other mediums to create rich and varied abstract surfaces.

$140 members | $160 non-members 

Ages: 16 +

Saturday, September 21 | 9AM-4PM

The Barn Gallery, 512 Gibson Road, Woodland

 

YoloArts Printmaking Workshops

YoloArts and Myrtle Press are teaming up to offer a two session printmaking workshop in Woodland and Sacramento. Participants will explore printmaking by learning to make a relief print. The workshops coincide with YoloArts’ current exhibition, Traditional Techniques: Contemporary Prints, at the newly opened Barn Gallery located at The Gibson House & Property, 512 Gibson … Continued