Saturday, March 3, 2001 - 6-9 p.m.
A year-round event, Arts
Alive! is presented by the Humboldt Arts Council and
321 COFFEE 321 Third St. New works by Lesley Webb.
ALL UNDER HEAVEN 212 F St. Brush paintings and landscapes by Rick Kruse.
AMIGAS BURRITOS 317 Fifth St. Landscape photography by Eric Stockwell; Multi-media works by Zion Carlson.
AVALON Third & G sts. Land and water watercolors by Bob Benson. Music by the Darius Brotman Trio.
BOOKLEGGER 402 Second St. Visit our gallery. We feature books on art as well as other art treasures.
CHANGES 420 Second St. Latte Botanica acrylic paint on burlap and canvas by Carla Hayes.
CHAPALA CAFE 201 Second St. Photographs of India by Gary Neumann.
CLARKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM Third & E sts. New exhibits of Native American basketry and regalia and an overview of Humboldt County history join other exhibits of quilts, Victoriana and area natural history.
CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES 300 Second St. Artist on the Boundary oil paintings by Patricia S. Alsup which explore the boundaries between worlds and point to the mysteries beyond the recognizable and the familiar.
COTTON WORKS 226 F St. Wearable art by local women.
ELLIS ART AND ENGINEERING 401 Fifth St. Mixed media/toxic airbrush, panels, cut-outs, and fabrics by Chris Selvage.
EUREKA CONCERT AND FILM CENTER 612 F St. Eureka Concert and Film Center presents Sound Art. Featured lbands are Captain Pluto's House Band, Sauerkraut and Deltatron 9000.
EUREKA INN Seventh and F St. Adrienne Werth in the Rib Room Corridor Gallery.
FIRST STREET GALLERY 422 First St. Humboldt State University, First St. Gallery, announces Selected Alumni Artists, featuring the work of Kristin Cohen, Hana Hillerova and Heather Lembcke, all recent graduates; Passage to Persephone, paintings by Demetri Mitsanas; Sequences, sequential prints by Richard Tuttle, IMI Knoebel and Ilya Kabakov. The show continues through March 10 and features a variety of media.
Left, Kristin Cohen's "Adam and Eve" at the First Street Gallery.
Below Right, Heather Lembcke's "New Claims"
GABRIEL'S 216 E St. Randy Strom playing touch guitar.
GALLERY DOG 214 E St. New floral paintings by MaryAnn Testagrossa and new ceramics by Peggy Louden.
GEPPETTO'S 416 Second St. Collectible glass pieces and teddy bears.
GOOD RELATIONS 308 Second St. Nudes in Orange and Blue by Brenda Ford; Get the Lead Out, drawings of women by Jessica Kitt.
GOLDEN ANGELS CELLARS 333 First St. Drawings by Helena Neary.
HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL at the MORRIS GRAVES MUSEUM OF ART, 636 F St. William Thonson Gallery Representational Art League members show. Tom Knight Gallery A collector's obsession: Photographs of Humboldt County from the Peter E. Palmquist Collection. Homer Balabanis Gallery Works from the collection of Morris Graves, Permanent Collection. Dr. Richard Anderson Gallery Two Decades of Collage by Graham Moody. Youth Gallery McKinleyville High School Advanced Art Students. Melvin Schuler Sculpture Garden Inquiry into Humanity, Nathaniel Hein. Performance Rotunda Mac High Jazz and New World Youth Ballet perform 6-9 p.m.
HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE CO 211 F St. Fantasy art in ink, pencils and prisma color by Gerard Grey.
HUMBOLDT BAY MARITIME MUSEUM 423 First St. Exhibit of currency recovered from the wreck of the Italian liner S.S. Andrea Doria. The currency pieces range from Italian lire to U.S. silver certificates, all of which are one-of-a-kind and have been uniquely patterned by the sea for 28 years. Exhibits include photos and literature.
Currency recovered from the wrieck of the S.S. Andrea Doria at the Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum.
HUMBOLDT'S FINEST 405 Second St. Photography by Alan Omstead and paintings by Jan Ramsey.
INDIAN WEST EMPORIUM 326 Second St. Sculptures by Richard Sessions.
THE INK PEOPLE 411 12th St. Main Gallery Oneself by Oneself, self portraits. Participating artists: Michael R. East, Thomas Doyle, Eric Gurney, John Handel, Cathi Hart, Nancy Head, Brent Jenkins, K.J. Jensen, Kelly Leal, Marci Nelligan, Kellen Perlman, Mia Semingson, Mark Soderstrom, Stan Sours, Lein Truong, Brenda Tuxford, Dameon Waggoner, Jesse Wiedel, Noah Wilson, Bobby Wright. Poetry reading by Eric Gurney, Brent Jenkins and Marci Nelligan starting at 7 pm. Performance Room Gallery Sneak Preview of Handmade art items for auction. Handpainted plates, luminaries, chairs and floor clothes made by Ink People members.
Oneself by Oneself, self portrait show at the Ink People main gallery.
IRISH SHOP 334 Second St. Watercolor and oral art by Dolores Poln.
J STREET ART HOUSE/GALLERY 1042 J St. Still life by Rachel Ritter. Studios of Bob Burroughs, Paula Cunningham, Jeff Jordan, Nancy Kennedy, Susan Penn and Rachel Ritter.
LINEN CLOSET 218 F St. Guitar work by Nadia Snow.
LITTLE SPROUTS 228 F St. Works by Lynn Kessinger, costume designer for Boston Children's Theater and children's artist.
LUFKIN PHOTOGRAPHY 202 Third St. Photography by Mark Lufkin and students.
MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 Second St. Come see the "stars" of the heavens, science and history. Special section of children's "star " books.
NATURAL SELECTIONS 203 F St. Oil paintings by Bea Stanley.
NORTH COAST PARENTS HELPING PARENTS 510 Third St., upstairs. Photorealism watercolors by Lori Dickinson and jazz guitar by Blake Brown
NORTH PACIFIC SURF 234 F St. Cut-out art by Matt Cooper.
NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 Second St. Suite 102. Figure studies in watercolor by Joyce Jonté.
OBJX 531 Second St. The "Altar" Show 2001 Featured artists: Andrea Baker, Jaimi Bernard, Jim Breazeale, Chane, Joice Davis, Michael East, Kelly Giampaolo, Barbara Groom, Kate Koelmel, Heather Maddox, Yoshi Makino, Kelly Mathson, Jean Paulson, Stephanie Robin, Nancy Tobin, Eris Wagner and Jesse Wiedel.
OLD TOWN ART GALLERY 233 F St. Students of Virginia Sutherland. Members of the gallery will also have their new exhibit.
PIANTE 620 Second St. Paintings and journal entries by Carol Aust.
RAMONES 209 E St. Drawings by Rochelle Fugate and paintings by Tracy Looman.
REDWOOD CONCERT BALLET 426 F St. Unveiling of a new work by Jack and Linda Hopkins Fine Portraiture at 7 p.m. with an "in-studio" presentation by company dancers. Also a sneak preview of the coming Spring Rep! featuring Aurora's Wedding to be presented June 2 and 3 at JVD/HSU.
REDWOOD DISCOVERY MUSEUM 501 Third St. Grand opening celebration, 3-9 p.m.
RESTORATION HARDWARE 417 Second St. Decorate your own gallery with ideas from our business.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 212 G St. Come see our paintings and other art collectibles.
SENSATIONS 425 Snug Alley. A Look to the East silk paintings by Cindy Shaw.
STRICTLY FOR THE BIRDS 123 F St. Lively and fun art by Laura Jabot. Pink Flamingoes are "in" and will dominate the theme.
SWANLUND'S UPSTAIRS GALLERY 530 F St. Portraits of the 20th century black and white photography by Yousuf Karsh.
TEN WINDOW WILLIAMS Third and E sts. Watercolors by Bill McBride.
TERRAPIN TREASURES 217 E St. D.W. McNeall. Works by local artists and artisans.
TRAVEL ADVANTAGE 1125 Third St. Black and white photos by Charlie Villyard.
TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS 403 Second St. Oil paintings by Frances Boettcher.
TWIN PALMS GALLERY 1636 F St. Mixed media artworks past and present by Brian D. Tripp.
VANCE HOTEL LOBBY Second St. Peter Bloom and Greta Peterson will host public tango dancing from 6:30 -10 p.m. in the restored lobby. Informal attire.
Peter Bloom and Greta Peterson host public
VINTAGE HOME ANTIQUES 531 Third St. Cocktails for Two.
WILLIAM CODY ART & ANTIQUES Second & G St. Peter Holbrook.
WORLD PREMIERE THEATRE 615 4th St. Redwood Area TheatreSports will perform 6-9 p.m.
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