Friday, last week my parents took my son and I to the Di Rosa Preserve. This facility is like a contemporary art museum/gallery housed in several buildings on gorgeous property surrounded by vineyards and a huge meadow of outdoor sculpture.
This is what the website says:
Considered the most significant collection of Bay Area art in the world, di Rosa provides opportunities for creative enrichment and enjoyment of art and the environment year-round. The di Rosa houses approximately 2,000 works of art by more than 800 artists.
The property is gorgeous; rolling hills, a pond, eucalyptus trees, gardens, roaming peacocks... and the collection of art work is fantastic. The weather was idyllic, overcast and cool in the morning, burning off to reveal clear deep blue skies and warm. There was no photography inside the buildings so all my photos are on the grounds.