Join us each month for exciting art openings, displaying a wide variety of styles and featuring talented artists from Siskiyou County and beyond! Check this page often for updates.
2nd SATURDAY ART OPENING & RECEPTION: OCTOBER 10, 5-7PM
Show continues through December 5th
Artist/Painter Linda Vivas vibrant paintings portray a theme entitled: “Time of the Quest.”
Over forty paintings tell a story of about twenty-one steps that “Dolly, the Sheep,” takes to transform herself in order to become her true self.
“Transformations” Sculptures by Jack Shaw~
“My sculptures, like people, are products of their environment. Most of all, my work is about learning. My art is the best attempt I can make at drawing sense from this whirlwind life. It is my intent, desire and dream to keep learning for a very long time.”
SEE GALLERY PAGE for more details …
2nd SATURDAY ART OPENING & RECEPTION: NOVEMBER 14:
LEON McFADDEN RETROSPECTIVE
Leon Lambert McFadden was an artist, a scientist, an inventor, an ad man, a teacher and a peace activist. He was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on April 19, 1920 and he died on September 20, 2012 at Madrone Hospice in Yreka, California at age 92 from injuries suffered in a fall.
A prolific painter, Leon’s style can be identified as Divisionist in the tradition of Seurat, but he also used ink dots and squiggles as well as daubs of color to create abstracts, landscapes and realistic portraits. He even used rubber stamps as a medium for some of his most provocative pieces.
OPENING DECEMBER 12:
“THE WHITE EXHIBITION”
Saturday Dec. 12, from 5-7pm.
Work executed primarily in white. White can evoke the idea of cleanliness, things which are pristine or immaculate, death, purity, heaven, energy, winter, virginity, ghosts, innocence, neutrality, emptiness, or brides. White comes in many shades, such as: snow, pearl, ivory, chalk, milk, lily, smoke, seashell, cream, linen, beige, corn silk, alabaster, or paper.
Go to CALL TO ARTISTS PAGE for more details …