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Wilderness and watercolors: Exploring The Foster, Palo Alto's hidden museum honoring one adventurer's stunning artwork

Original post made on Nov 30, 2021

As a kid, Palo Altan Jane Woodward dreamed of living in a museum. Now a Stanford professor and art patron, she's the woman behind The Foster, a free museum in Palo Alto shwocasing the works of adventure-watercolorist Tony Foster.

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Posted by Holly
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on Nov 30, 2021 at 10:43 am

Holly is a registered user.

The Foster is one of my most favorite places to go to rest my soul, rejuvenate my mind and purpose, and remind myself of all the beauty and wonder available to me in the larger world and in my own backyard. I highly recommend it!

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