Painters here in California have made important contributions to modernism in art for over 100 years. Ms. Angevine offers us a close look at the works of two schools of local artists involved in this dynamic process: the California Impressionists and the Social Realists of the 1930s. Included in their ranks are William Keith, Diego Rivera, Sargent Johnson, Richard Diebenkorn, and Wayne Thiebaud, artists who have given us a rich legacy of memorable images. Their styles vary, their palettes differ, but what they created here in California remains a vital part of the history of modern art. Let OLLI and Ms. Angevine show you why.