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P R E S S   R E L E A S E

For Immediate Release

December3, 2014

 


 

Contact:  Jessica McLoughlin

jessica@wildlingmuseum.org

805.686.8315


 

WHO: Wildling Museum and Return to Freedom Wild Horse Sanctuary

WHAT:  New exhibit Wild Spirit: Horses in Art

WHEN:  January 17, 2015 – June 1, 2015

FEE: General admission is $5, children 16 and under are free, Wildling members are free

WHERE:  Wildling Museum, 1511-B Mission Drive, Solvang, CA 93463

 

Wildling Museum and Return to Freedom Collaborating on Exhibit Featuring Wild Horses

 

Solvang, CA ~ The Wildling Museum and Return to Freedom Wild Horse Sanctuary are excited to announce their collaboration on Wild Spirit: Horses in Art, an exhibition featuring wild horses in a variety of mediums. Paintings, photographs, drawings, and sculptures by historic and contemporary artists including Douglas Parshall, Edward Borein, Howard Warshaw, Anders Aldrin, Nancy Holly, Suzan Hamilton Todd, Pat Roberts, and more will be on view. Visitors will experience being amongst a herd of horses in Elissa Kline’s Ghost Herd installation. Nothing can compare to the natural beauty and spirituality of images of wild horses or better yet, real live wild horses. In 2015 visitors to the Central Coast of California can get both, by visiting the Wildling Museum in Solvang, CA as well as observing live wild horses at Return to Freedom Mustang Sanctuary near Lompoc, CA.

 

The exhibit will be on view from January 17, 2015 – June 1, 2015 at the Wildling Museum (1511-B Mission Drive, Solvang CA 93463). Save the date for special opening events on January 24-25, 2015. General admission is $5, children 16 and under are free, Wildling members are free; for more information visit  www.wildlingmuseum.org or call 805-686-8315. Public scheduled tours to the sanctuary are listed at returntofreedom.org, or can be made by appointment by calling (805)737-9246.

 

ABOUT RETURN TO FREEDOM

Return To Freedom is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the freedom, diversity and habitat of America’s wild horses through sanctuary, education and conservation, while enriching the human spirit through direct experience with the natural world. Public tours and programs are listed on their website at returntofreedom.org.

 

ABOUT THE WILDLING

The Wildling Museum is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to using art to awaken a passion for nature and wilderness conservation.  Exhibitions, programs and events are listed on their website at www.wildlingmuseum.org.

 

IMAGE:

Spirit by Nancy Holly

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Jessica McLoughlin

Assistant Director

Wildling Museum

805-686-8315

www.wildlingmuseum.org

Where art and nature meet

1511-B Mission Drive, Solvang CA 93463