Oliver Ranch Sculpture Park Geyserville, California
Oliver Ranch Tour
Geyserville, California RAA Fundraiser
Sunday, June 27, 2021 at 10:00am
You are invited to join the Redwood Art Association for a tour of the Oliver Ranch Foundation, one of the Bay Area's finest private art collections.
Located in the heart of Sonoma County 70 miles north of San Francisco, the Oliver Ranch is home to 18 remarkable site-specific installations. The picturesque 100-acre property was originally bought by Steve and Nancy Oliver in 1981 to graze a few extra sheep from, as Steve says, “My daughter’s 4-H project gone bad.” The ranch’s evolution from exiled sheep quarters to world-renowned sculpture ranch was gradual and organic, a natural convergence of the Olivers' longstanding passion for art and deep connection to the land.
Cost: $250 for the first general admission ticket (adult) and $150 for each additional adult,
$150 per person for a student (college, high school, elementary)
All proceeds from this excursion will be donated to the Redwood Art Association to assist in developing public art projects and programming for emerging artists.
Transportation is NOT included
Masks are required at all times
Plan to socially distance from those not in your pod and Oliver Ranch docents
Please reserve your place now.
To reserve your tickets by mail, please mail your payment to: Redwood Art Association, 603 F Street, Eureka, CA 95501
By using the donate button below, you can help a student particitate in this wonderful tour.
The button indicates purchase tickets, but your donation will support the participation of a student.
These artists have transformed the ranch into a unique, one-of-a-kind site-specific art installation that is harmonious with the surrounding environment. Their creative energy and vision in producing these original works of art will hopefully inspire and intrigue all who visit them.
Artists on View
Kristin Jones / Andrew Ginzel
David Rabinowitch / Jim Jennings
Ursula Von Rydingsvard
The tour length is 2-3 hours and it covers approximately 2.5 miles with 600 feet of up and down elevation change. It can be likened to a light hike in the woods as the paths are unpaved. The tour is not wheelchair accessible, and comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
Cancellation Refunds: Full refund of fees will be made if you cancel your participation in the field trip 7 days or more before the tour date. No refund will be made if you cancel within 7 days of tour date, or if you do not show up or if you leave the tour early for any reason.