Sacred Terrain

Jan. 31-March 23, 2024

  • Reception with the artists, live music and desserts: Saturday, March 2, 3-5 pm

woman dancing in pink sari, next to bright pink flowerSacred Terrain explores the beauty and healing powers of plants and the natural world, and our need to honor and protect both.

Featured artists: Laurin Chichkanoff, Barnali Ghosh, Meesha Goldberg, Liz Hickok with Phil Spitler, Pantea Karimi, Katherine Levin-Lau, Favianna Rodriguez and May Shei.

(At right: Coast Prickly Pear by Barnali Ghosh)

This exhibition is presented in partnership with Silicon Valley Reads 2024: “A Greener Tomorrow Starts Today.”

Sacred Terrain is sponsored by De Anza College Community Education Division, De Anza Student Government (DASG) and Friends of the Euphrat Museum

Museum Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

  • Open on Saturday, March 2 (during the DASG Flea Market): 10 a.m.-1p.m.
  • Open to tour groups by appointment

First Thursdays – open mic nights on Feb. 1 and March 7, 5:30-7pm

Taste of History: Cultivating the Arts and Humanities – fundraiser on Saturday, March 23, 4-7 p.m.

marbleized painting of flowers and plants

Pantea Karimi: 
Saffron Marble Painting

colorful painting of flowers in two vases: orange, pink, yellow

Favianna Rodriguez: 
Blooming Splendor

abstract image with green, orange, blue and other metallic colors

Liz Hickok: Morphological Complexity

three images of Turtle Island seen from abobve

Meesha Goldberg: Turtle Island Triptych

painting of two golden retrievers under a flowering plant

May Shei: Goldens and Litchi

large succulent plant on pedestal

Laurin Chichkanoff:
Succulent Seed I

bird on a branch with snake

Katherine Levin-Lau: Wonderpus with Finch

Check this website to learn about additional events, or call 408.864.5464

Visit Previous Highlights and Recent Online Shows to view works from earlier exhibitions.

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