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Arts Alive!

Saturday, Jan. 6, 2001 - 6-9 p.m.

A year-round event, Arts Alive! is presented by the Humboldt Arts Council and
Eureka Main Street to bring artists and the public together to celebrate the arts.
Opening receptions for artists and exhibits and/or performances are held the first Saturday of each month.
For further information contact Eureka Main Street at 442-9054 or the Humboldt Arts Council at 442-0278

321 COFFEE 321 Third St. Watercolors by Kim Pinches.

AMIGAS BURRITOS 317 Fifth St. Eric Stockwell, landscape photography, Zion Carlson, multi-media.

AVALON Third and G St. Land and Water by Bob Benson; Avalon Cafe Vision Quest, masks by Donvieve.

CHANGES 420 Second St. Oils, watercolors, monoprints and pastels by Cat McAdams.

CHAPALA CAFE 201 Second St. Photographs from India by Gary Neumann.

CLARKE MUSEUM Third and E sts. More than 50 quilts from the 1830s to the 1970s. A reconstructed Victorian parlor and an exhibit on Humboldt County's commercial past are also highlighted. The Native American room displays local basketry and ceremonial regalia.

CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES 300 Second St. Never before seen work by Helen Vatcher. This showing is a collection of metaphysical works done over the last 20 years and previously seen only in private. It includes angels, spirits, madonnas and psychic symbolism in the landscape.

EUREKA CONCERT AND FILM CENTER 612 F St. Video presentation of restoration and guided tours.

EUREKA INN Seventh and F sts. Rib Room Corridor Gallery: Oils by Susan Fox; Mezzanine Gallery: Watercolors by Jaunita Larson; Courtyard Pool Gallery: Sculptures by Val Polyanin.

GABRIEL'S 216 E St. A mural in-progress by Duane Flatmo.

GALLERY DOG 214 E St. Sculpture and installation by Anthony Mankins, paintings by Paul Husbands and Curtis Otto and mixed media by Randy Richardson.

[sculpture by Randy Richardson] Mixed media artwork by
Randy Richardson at Gallery Dog.


GEPPETTO'S 416 Second St. Collectible glass pieces and teddy bears.

GOLDEN ANGELS CELLARS 333 First St. Jason Butler, recent sculptures.

GOOD RELATIONS, 308 Second St. Richard Duning, human figure painting, acrylic on paper.

HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL presents at the Morris Graves Museum of Art 636 F St. In the Dr. Richard Anderson Gallery: Morris Graves, "Beauty: Seeing Then, Seeing Now, Seeing Beyond"; Tom Knight and William Thonson Galleries: Humboldt Arts Council Annual Member Show; Homer Balabanis Gallery: Permanent Collection: Works from the Collection of Morris Graves; Melvin Schuler Sculpture Garden: "Inquiry Into Humanity"; Floyd Bettiga and Youth Galleries: Meet Morris Graves, an Introduction through his Art. Performance; Rotunda: Howdy Emerson performs on the Celtic Harp; Children's Art Classroom: Open house for the Children's Art Academy

[art by Morris Graves] Morris Graves exhibit at the Morris Graves Museum of Art

[sculpture by Nathaniel Hein]Sculpture by Nathaniel Hein
at the Morrix Graves Museum of Art


HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE CO. 211 F St. Mixed media by Erik Stitt. Live music by The Dave Hinz Band, jazz and salsa.

HUMBOLDT'S FINEST 405 Second St. Artists Barbara Ellis and Margriete Seinen, paintings on silk.

INDIAN WEST EMPORIUM 326 Second St. Works by Michael Horse, Richard Sessions and Jinx Victor.

THE INK PEOPLE 411 12th St. In the main gallery: "Glass Alive," glass art and wares of Humboldt County, sponsored by Stafford Glass and Humboldt's Finest. Participating artists: Michael Shearer of Spirit Glass, Mike Warren, Denise Jones of Reflections in Glass, John McClurg of Fire and Light

Originals, Patty and Dinah Hulet of Glass Portrait Miniatures, Molly Haskins of Laughing Glass, George Bucquet, Noel and Jannine Hilliard of Hilliard Lamps, Sy Beattie, Liquid Light Studio, Maelstrom Studios, Beverly Soja Longaker of Arts Ceramic & Glass, Georgia Jessen of Toulou Glass, Howdy Emerson, Bernie Singer of Organic Glass, Jason Whitcomb of Red Cherry Glass and others.

KOKOPILAU 515 F St. Fine artwork, jewelry, and clothing.

MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 Second St. "Mermaid Show" works of stained glass and steel.

NATURAL SELECTIONS 203 F St. Local artists.


NORTH PACIFIC SURF 234 F St. Bill Hoopes Hot Curl Redwood Boards.

NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 Second St., Suite 102. Native American art, mixed media by David Mata.

OLD TOWN ART GALLERY 233 F St. Students of art teacher Ruth Canaway's class.

PIANTE 620 Second St. Artwork by Ferndale artist Joan Katri.

RAMONE'S 209 E St. David Adoins, paintings, drawings.

REDWOOD CONCERT BALLET 426 F St. Dance works in progress.

SENSATIONS 425 Snug Alley. Space-Form-Light, photos, nudes and still light by Autumn Sonichsen.


TERRAPIN TREASURES 217 E St. Featuring works by local artists and artisans.

TRAVEL ADVANTAGE 1125 Third St. Black and white photography by Vaughn Hutchins.

TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS 403 Second St. Acrylic landscape paintings by Ken Jarvela. A native of Humboldt County, Ken has been a landscape painter for 20 years.

VANITY 109 F St. "In the Garden," oil paintings by Todd Telander.

VINTAGE HOME ANTIQUES 531 Third St. Bring in the New Year with special introduction of ID Day.

Please note: Due to the holiday schedule, some galleries did not have artist listings in time for press.


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