October 2021

Happy Fall, Y’all! We look forward to the changing color of leaves during the autumnal equinox. We hope you can join our fall celebration with the upcoming opening reception of The Art of Nellie Gail Moulton on October 7th, 2021.

Moulton Museum's Featured Collection

Barnes Family Collection (2019.19.01.11)

Share your favorite harvest traditions with us and try some of our own such as the Julian Apple Cider.


Shack at Fisherman’s Cove, Laguna, circa 1935

Nellie Gail Moulton (1878-1972)

10″ x 14” Oil on artist’s board (2017.01.06) and graphite on paper (2019.15.06)

An avid en plein air painter, Nellie belongs to a larger movement of female artists who have recently gained significant recognition for their contributions to the arts. Nellie created art throughout her entire life and studied with renowned artists such as William Wendt, Anna Hills, Frank Cuprien, and Edgar Payne (also showcased within this exhibition). Her work captures the rich beauty of nature, expressing her keen eye for detail and impressive use of color.

Curated by: Jennifer Keil + Cindy Keil (Moulton Museum), Bryan
Heggie (LCAD Gallery), and Hope Railey (Chair of LCAD Fine Arts).
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Threatening Weather, 1926

Anna Althea Hills
oil on board
20″ x 24″

This painting is on loan from the Sherman Library & Gardens for the exhibit.

From the Archive

Hereford Bull and Lambs at Moulton Ranch (2017.05.398)

Moulton Museum | Donate

Thank you to Nancy Milby’s donation of $500 at the Sower Level!

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Moulton family with guests at the Bunkhouse BBQ at Aliso Viejo Ranch.



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