Through March 25 — Channel Islands Maritime Museum in the Channel Islands Harbor presents ‘Water Works’

January 1, 2018
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OXNARD — The Channel Islands Maritime Museum in the Channel Islands Harbor presents “Water Works” by expedition artist Danielle Eubank, through March 25th, 2018. An opening reception is planned for Thursday, January 11th, 2018, 6-8PM. Events are FREE with Membership or Museum admission. The museum is located at 3900 Bluefin Circle, Oxnard, California 93030.

For our monthly speaker series, we welcome Danielle as she speaks on the “Global Adventure to Capture Maritime Beauty,” Wednesday, January 17th, 6:30PM refreshments are served and the lecture begins at 7PM. Free for CIMM Members, $7 non-members, $5 seniors/students and military personnel.

Danielle Eubank is an expedition artist in pursuit of painting all of the major bodies of water in the world. She is beginning by painting all of Earth’s oceans. She is currently painting the second to last ocean on her list, the Arctic Ocean. So far, she has painted all of the other oceans but one, as well as water in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North America, and Asia. Eubank has painted around 200 bodies, in and around 21 countries.

The Channel Islands Maritime Museum is open M/Th – Sat 10-4pm, Sun 12-4pm, and Tues – Wed for group tours (reservations required) and private member events.  Located in Oxnard’s beautiful Channel Islands Harbor, at 3900 Bluefin Circle. Explore galleries full of rare and exquisite maritime paintings dating back to the 1600’s, more than sixty world-class models of historic ships, rotating thematic fine arts exhibitions, and interactive exhibits that encourage visitors to expand their horizons about everything maritime. Museum entry is $7 adults, $5 seniors/students/military, $3 children (ages 6-17), free for members and children under 6, and FREE on the third Thursday of the month. Info: cimmvc.org or (805) 984-6260.

 

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