Artist Stuppin hangs one of his paintings, "Purple Pepperwood,”at Pepperwood Preserve. (Photo by Catherine Daley.)

The Gallery at Pepperwood Preserve will exhibit 25 northern California landscape paintings by Santa Rosa artist Jack Stuppin for almost two months, starting Friday, Sept. 16.

The exhibit, titled “Where Land Meets Art,” runs through Nov. 15 at 2130 Pepperwood Preserve Road, Santa Rosa. It’s open to the public from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays by appointment.

For appointments, call 591-9315 or email

Stuppin paintings have been brought in from ACA (American Contemporary Artists) Galleries in New York and the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, as well as several private collections of his work.
The paintings include scenes from the 3,100-acre nature preserve and environmental education center, including the preserve’s namesake tree, the pepperwood.

The Sonoma County Musuem will host an opening reception from 5 to 6 p.m. Friday. Admission is free, but those interested in attending the reception should RSVP by email or telephone to (707) 579-1500 or For more information: