Camp to Auction Sculptures Painted by California Artists

Click here to bid on the cows! 

Now through July 2017, the Cows 4 Camp sculptures will be on display in the City of Newport Beach at various parks and libraries - click here to see which cows are at which locations.  

•    Civic Center Park located at 100 Civic Center Drive
•    Back Bay View Park, located at1900 Back Bay Dr.
•    OASIS Senior Center, located at 801 Narcissus
•    Marina Park, located at 1600 Balboa Blvd. W.
•    Central Library, located at 1000 Avocado Ave.
•    Mariners Branch Library, located at 1300 Irvine Ave.
•    Balboa Branch Library, located at 100 East Balboa Blvd.


Early in 2016, Got Milk? completed a campaign called Milk Loves Art about the rich cultural heritage of California. The herd of 32 cow sculptures painted by artists from across the region were donated to Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times. The herd is now on display in Newport Beach.

The sculptures are available for pre-sale and will be auctioned over the coming months. All proceeds support our camp programs for children with cancer and their families (Click Here to view all 32 cows).  Cow Sponsor ship opportuniteis are also available for the Newport Beach Diplay.  Learn More

Check this site for future announcements.  If you have questions, or want to learn more about the project and the auction, please contact Sarah Orth at sorth@rmhcsc.org.

Camp would like to thank Dana Yarger for curating and coordinating the display of the cows; the City of Newport Beach and its The Newport Beach City Arts Commission.

Appointed by Newport Beach City Council, the City Arts Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council in all matters pertaining to artistic, aesthetic and cultural aspects of the City. The Arts Commission actively encourages programs for the cultural enrichment of the community and performs such other duties relating to the arts as the City Council may require. The Arts Commission is pleased to be supporting Cows4Camp.