Just Add Water: Artworks Inspired by the LA Aqueduct

Art, Painting
Los Angeles Water Traveling Over the Owens Valley
Photograph Courtesy Rob Reynolds

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and the Los Angeles Aqueduct have just hit the century mark, so what better way to celebrate than by throwing a joint birthday party? Rob Reynolds will be exhibiting ten new paintings (in watercolor – because, get it?) which illustrate the significance of the Los Angeles Aqueduct. And unless you prefer hauling a bucket over to the local creek for your bath water, it’s worth being reminded that LA’s high quality H20 actually comes from somewhere else. Make sure to check out the rest of NHM as well, which has been revamped with new nature gardens, a nature lab, the Otis Booth Pavilion (with a 63-foot fin whale skeleton suspended in the air!), a new store and grill. So enjoy the festivities and snag a free water bottle to stay hydrated.


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