Art Cruise

Date: February 04, 2017 - February 28, 2017

Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Category: Visual Arts & Crafts

Location: Historic Weaverville, Main St., Weaverville

Description:

The ART CRUISE is a monthly event happening on the first Saturday of every month.

 

February 4, 2017       Saturday      5 pm – 8 pm

 

LA  GRANGE  CAFÉ: welcomes the featured work by the artist group Redding Reflections. The artists known as Redding Reflections found one another about ten years ago when they joined Deannie Meyers' painting class at Fator's Silk Purse Studio and Framing Gallery in Redding. The group still paints most Tuesday afternoons at a variety of locations.

               

Painting by Louise Tuthill, one of those paintings exhibited at La Grange Cafe.

 

HIGHLAND ART CENTER

“A Visual Exploration of What Love Is and Is Not”

The Highland Art Center is proud to host the Human Response Network Prevention Squad’s poignant Invitational Exhibit entitled Dreams & Nightmares.  Professional local artists, students, and HRN volunteers have come together to visually explore the complexity of relationships; and through their creativity in a variety of mediums, will illustrate their thoughts about what healthy and unhealthy relationships look like.  What are the defining characteristics?  How do you quantify them?  What’s most important as we seek to fully thrive in connection with others?  

 

          

 

 

UMPQUA BANK- Jewelry by Tina Teuscher

Tina has been a resident of Lewiston for 22 years.  She learned how to bead at a shop in Weaverville called Wild Things, which is no longer in business.   She first made earrings out of fishing lures, and this is where her business name, ALure Jewelry, came from.  She was encouraged by Pam Yearout and Elizabeth Watson to make other kinds of jewelry and to enter her pieces in a show.  Her first venture was at Katie Quinn's Garden Party.  The show was a success and she was hooked. Tina has always liked vintage jewelry, so she finds making vintage-looking pieces very rewarding, and is something that she is most proud of.  Tina finds beading to be therapeutic.  She loves to play around and see pieces come to life.  And, she really loves it when women like her pieces as much as she does.  She is looking forward to sharing her passion and meeting many new faces in February.  

 

               

 

 

MAIN STREET GALLERY

Nothing says be happy my Valentine like a gift of chocolate and nothing is easier than picking up a gift bag of chocolate treats at Main Street Gallery during the February Art Cruise. Our volunteer chocolatiers will be making delightful treats to be offered during the February Cruise for a donation in support of the gallery. Give these scrumptious sweets to your sweetie or treat yourself, why not?

Main Street Gallery’s Artist Invitational, showcasing the work of many of the area’s best artists, continues for the February Cruise on Saturday. The show features wonderful artworks in a wide variety of mediums and styles. Cruise Night will be your last chance to vote for your favorite piece in this exhibit. At the end of the evening the winner of the People’s Choice Award of $50 will be announced.

 

Gold Rush Jewelers:  Featuring the Birth Stone for February – AMETHYST.  Amethyst is believed by the ancient Greeks and Romans to ward off ill will and keep the wearer clear-headed and quick-witted. 

 

             

 

TRINITY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

For the February Art Cruise, the Chamber will be celebrating new artists.  People who have never put brush to paper, and who have decided that it is time to learn.  The Trinity Chamber is proud to provide space for emerging artists to exhibit their art.  Additionally, the Chamber is a conduit for artists to offer their workshops to our community.  February’s show will feature the Wine-Y Painter workshop participants along with information about upcoming Wine-Y Painter classes provided by John Garrett and Susan Alexander and Classes offered by the North Valley Art League in Redding.

 

               

 

 

HAPPY SALMON GALLERY

The Happy Salmon Gallery will start its 2017 gallery shows with the February 4th opening a Silent Auction to benefit Trinity Alliance for the Healing arts. A wide assortment of artworks including ceramics from local artists will be available for bidding for this month February and next month March. The Happy Salmon will be open for the Art Cruise Saturday  5 to 8 pm February 4th Music will be provided by Rick Merwin

 

          

          Gourd mask by Jill Richards, one of many pieces in the Art Auction.

 

 

OLSON STONEWARE:  Featuring  new designs in wheel-thrown pottery by Greg Olson, beautiful jewelry, and many wonderful toys

 

       

 

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