HELP Foundation sponsored a trip to the Napa Valley, where we enjoyed a two-hour guided tour of the famous di Rosa Preserve & Art Museum. The preserve includes three large galleries and a sculpture meadow, featuring the most significant collection of San Francisco Bay Area art in the world, with works created from the 1960s to the present. Migratory birds and peacocks, vineyards, ancient olive trees, a 35-acre lake, a 130-year old stone winery and an extraordinary art collection amassed throughout the last four decades make the di Rosa Preserve one of the most unique museums in the country, where art and nature share the landscape.
We were especially pleased that one of our own featured artists, ROGERS GLENNON, was able to join us on this trip. Who knows - perhaps one day we’ll see some of Rogers’ artwork at the di Rosa? For more information about Rogers and his art, please see our Gallery web page.
The outing concluded with a lunch at the Pear Restaurant on Napa’s Riverfront, followed by coffee at the downtown Oxbow Market. In spite of the rainy weather that day, the trip was greatly enjoyed by all!