MAY 12 – JUNE 2: Andrew Patterson-Tutschka’s Perceptual Paintings

SAM is happy to welcome Andrew Patterson-Tutschka, a professor of visual art at Shasta College, who specializes in perceptual painting.

Andrew strives to capture the appearance of a place, its sense or feel, as well as underlying social structures. He earned a MFA in painting from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (2007) and a BFA in […]

MARCH 10 – MAY 5: The Art of Victor Medrano, A Retrospective

On Saturday, March 10th the Siskiyou Arts Museum will feature the art of former Siskiyou County resident, Victor Aaron Medrano.
Victor was born on April 28, 1935 in Los Angeles, and excelled at Huntington High School where he was a high academic achiever, participated in student government, school clubs, sports and music. Victor also earned […]

Nov. 11 – Dec. 30: “A Life in Art” – Janet Curti Haines Retrospective

In November and December the Siskiyou Arts Museum will offer “A Life in Art,” a retrospective exhibit of the work of Siskiyou County artist Janet Curti Haines (1939-2015). Born in Mount Shasta and a 1957 graduate of Mount Shasta High School, Haines was a life-long artist who produced a rich body/archive of work. Her art […]

September 9, 2017 — “Shared Paths” with Joan Pechanec and Michi Takemoto

Shared Paths: The Art of Joan Pechanec and Michi Takemoto opens at the Siskiyou Arts Museum on Saturday, September 9, from 5-7pm.

Over 25 years ago Joan Pechanec and Michi Takemoto met as clinical social workers. At that time, Joan, now a prolific local artist in Dunsmuir, had just moved to Redding, California, looking for […]

July 8, 2017 — 2nd Saturday: “Scenes of Siskiyou County”

Curators Paula Reynolds and Kim Harper present “Scenes of Siskiyou County” with an opening reception Saturday, July 8, 2017, in the museum room of Siskiyou Arts Museum, 5824 Dunsmuir Avenue.

This open call exhibit will feature approximately 30 artists and over 50 pieces that showcase unique panoramas from throughout the region.
“Having lived in Siskiyou County for 30 […]

May 13, 2017 — “Opposites Intertwined” with Leitha Thrall

Our 2nd Saturday Opening Reception on May 13th will feature the thought-provoking sculptures of Bay Area artist, Leitha L. Thrall in the museum room. While Leitha’s work is primarily in bronze, she also uses assemblage, steel, and mixed media to get her message across.

Her imagery in this series – “Opposites Intertwined” – comes from an […]