Paul Rickard: A Watercolorist's Journal From 2018–2019
The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust will host a show by painter Paul Rickard titled, “A Watercolorist’s Journal from 2018 – 2019” at the Simmons Gallery during the month of June. The Simmons Gallery is located behind the Trinidad Library at 380 Janis Court in Trinidad. Some proceeds from sales of artwork will go to support the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust and its mission of preserving the beauty and character of the Trinidad coast. Rickard will be present at the Simmons Gallery for North Coast Open Studios and Trinidad Art Night. Rickard’s show tells the story of his adventures over a twelve month period from the South Asian Mountain Kingdom of Bhutan, to Mendocino, Big Sur, and Trinidad. The show will cover work that celebrates many of the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust properties. Rickard teaches his passion of watercolor medium at Humboldt State through the OLLI Program as well as throughout the Monterrey, Carmel, and Big Sur regions. Come out to see this prolific artist’s work and support the Trinidad Coastal Land. The Trinidad Coastal Land Trust, is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting for the public benefit, the natural beauty and character of Humboldt County from Little River to Big Lagoon. The Land Trust’s twenty coastal properties are managed by volunteers for public access, recreation and open space protection. For more information call the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust at (707) 677-2501 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.