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Saturday, August 5, 2000 - 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


EXHIBITORS

321 COFFEE 321 Third St. New works by Rachael Ritter and niece K. Ritter.

ALL UNDER HEAVEN 212 F St. Paintings by Larry Laitman titled "Blue-eyed Exotic Bali Soul Series."

AVALON Third and G Sts. Decorated wall finishes -- fantasy marble, ancient walls, faux fresco, polished Venetian plaster -- by Beverly Wolf. Plus works of Anna Oneglia.

BELLE STARR 117 F St. Works by Michael Stengl.

CASA BLANCA 1436 Second St. Watercolors by Viola McBride and her son, Bill, of their trips to Mexico. Reception 6-9 p.m.


[art] "Coco Gatherers" watercolor by Viola McBride at Casa Blanca


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

THE CENTER 235 Fourth St. "Pride Parade Photography of 2000."

CHANGES 420 Second St. Holly Sweet and Simone Whipple present "Metamorphosis: Transformations in Silk."

CLARKE MUSEUM Third and E Sts. Local history, Victoriana, waterfowl hunting and carved duck decoys. Native American baskets and regalia.

CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES 300 Second St. Features the work of Nancy Only, using the tradition of quilting to recreate architecture of Old Town and Eureka's Victorians. Also, June Beal, pen and ink Victorian houses.

DOWNTOWN EXPRESS 734 Fifth St. Oil paintings by JoAnn Aldrich.

EUREKA INN Seventh and F Sts. Rib Room Corridor Gallery, watercolors by William Hansell. Mezzanine Gallery, paintings and sculptures by Val Polyanin. Bristol Rose Cafe Gallery, Jinx Victor, landscapes in oils and water colors. Courtyard Pool Gallery, sculptures by Val Polyanin.

EUREKA THEATER 612 F St. Video tour of the theater building and restoration project in the lobby. Photographs and newspaper articles of old time Eureka on display.

GALLERY DOG 214 E St. "Textile 2000," work by Holly Garbutt, Oceana Madrone, Marcee Siemens, Zia Sutherland, Holly Sweet and Simone Whipple. Reception Saturday 6-9 p.m.


[art] "Tea Party" by Holly Sweet, part of textile 2000 at Gallery Dog.


GOOD RELATIONS 308 Second St. Features the art of Chellcy Reitsma.

HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL The Morris Graves Museum of Art, 636 F St. In the Dr. Richard Anderson and William Thonson Galleries, "The Art of Living," 21 artists from the Humboldt Woodworkers Guild. Homer Balabanis Gallery. "Transition," paintings by Emily Silver. Tom Knight Gallery, Nellie Ladd, "Woman Photographer Among the Mules, Miners and Merchants." Gay Berrien curator. Floyd Bettiga Gallery, recent acquisitions, masks and photographs from the Lyn Pauley collection and Green Delta, Peter Barton. Melvin Schuler Sculpture Garden, works by Robert Ellison. Youth Gallery, "Art from the Eel River Valley," Multimedia work by youth from Bridgeville, Carlotta, Hydesville, Rio Dell and Scotia involved in "Getting the Arts Out" program funded by the North Coast Cultural Trust. Performance Rotunda, John King will appeared with his band Dog Bone.


RIGHT: "Grey Streak" painted welded steel sculpture by Robert W. Ellison at the Morris Graves Museum of art.[art]


[art]LEFT: "Wheat Arch" a collaborative work by Colinda Gutierrez
and Joe Lesh, part of the Humboldt Woodworkers Guild
Exhibit at the Morris Graves Museum of art.


HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE CO. 211 F St. Debbie Keegan," Nude Studies" in acrylics and charcoal. Folk roots guitar of Dave Hooper.

HUMBOLDT BAY MARITIME MUSEUM 423 First St. Maritime paintings and artifacts of shipping and maritime history of the North Coast and Humboldt Bay.

HUMBOLDT SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER 1910 California St. presents the photography of Robert and Martha Haynes.

HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY, FIRST STREET GALLERY 422 First St. Regional Invitational Exhibition featuring works by Jacob Bailey, Brian Benfer, Steve Dietl, Nathaniel Hein, Lorna Kidd, James Lagiss, Cat McAdams, Kelly Mathson, Scott North, Christiane Tran, Eric Vander Molen, Michael Woods and Issara Willenskomer.

HUMBOLDT TRADING COMPANY/GOLDEN ANGELS CELLARS 333 First St. Recent oils by Paula Cunningham.

HUMBOLDT'S FINEST 405 Second St. A group show by the Representational Art League.

THE INK PEOPLE 411 Twelfth St. Main Gallery: "Birth and Death" coordinated by Cathi Hart. Participating artists are Marguerite Bryant, Marian Coleman, Mairead Dodd, Michael R. East, Jeannie Fierce, Lyn Fife, Cathi Hart, Kelly Leal, Michele McCall-Wallace, Patricia Sennott, Cindy Shaw, Karen Simkiss, Kristi Smith and Dimitra Zalarvis-Chase. Opening reception Saturday, Aug. 6, 6-9 p.m.

INDIAN WEST EMPORIUM 326 Second St. Oils by Jinx Victor, "Studies of the Southwest."

THE IRISH SHOP 334 Second St. Artwork by art instructor Michael Hayes and student artists.

LINEN CLOSET 218 F St. New works by Jeanette Haxton. Artist work in progress, 6-9 p.m.

MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 Second St. Redwood burl hinged boxes by wood crafter James Long. Wheat weavings by Kathy Reid.

NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 Second St., Suite 102. Pastels by Marsha Thompson.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INDIAN DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 241 F St. Various artists.

OLD TOWN ART GALLERY 233 F St. Artist David Williams in a one-man exhibit. Oil paintings of landscapes and U.S. Navy ships and planes.

PIANTE 620 Second St. Artist Russell Smith, oils and acrylics on paper, canvas and wood panels.

RAMONE'S 209 E St. "L'Organisme" by Alexis Vaatete.

REDWOOD CONCERT BALLET 426 F St. In-studio demonstrations with guest teachers from the Oakland Ballet.

SENSATIONS 425 Snug Alley. Libby Maynard, "Mixed media installations."

TERRAPIN TREASURES 217 E St. Works by local artists and artisans.

TRAVEL ADVANTAGE 1125 Third St. Redwood Camera Club's color print show.

TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS 403 Second St. Original artwork (silk, acrylic, watercolor) from The Studio, a program for people with disabilities.

VANITY 109 F St. Collection of quilts by artists Sue Swanson, Tam Moreland and Gerry Exner.

VIRGINIA STROM-MARTIN COMMUNITY GALLERY 235 Fourth St.,Suite C. "Reflections of Nature: The Bird Paintings of Todd Telander." Reception Saturday, 6-9 p.m.

WILLIAM CODY ART & ANTIQUES Second & G Sts. Recent work by Eric Fidjeland. Also on exhibit "Our Excellent Adventure: Three Wildlife Artists on the Road" by Susan Fox, Paula Golightly and Linda Parkinson.

WORLD PREMIERE THEATER 615 Fourth St. (above Lost Coast Brewery). Art from the women's theater festival.


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