Saturday, Nov. 4, 2000 - 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 Michael East.
ALL UNDER HEAVEN 212 F St. In memory of a painter, poet, world traveler and friend...paintings by Larry Laitman, "Blue-Eyed Exotic Bali Soul Series." Also, selected poetry.
ALLURE JEWELERS 412 Second St. A special fifth anniversary celebration, eaturing jewelry designs.
AMIGAS BURRITOS 317 Fifth St. Multi-media artwork by Zion Carlson.
AVALON Third and G Street. "Don't you desire to...Don't you desire too...." Paintings by Richard Duning.
BABY GARDEN 228 F St. Featuring the work of English wildlife artist June Payne Hart.
BELLE STARR 117 F St. Photography by Patrick Satterfield.
THE CENTER 235 Fourth St. Photography exhibit by Erin Carlton.
CHANGES 420 Second St. Mono print by Cat McAdams "From the Sea."
CHAPALA CAFE 201 Second St. Photographs from India by Gary Neumann.
CLARKE MUSEUM Third and E sts. Exhibits on local history, Victoriana, waterfowl hunting, and carved duck decoys. Native American baskets and regalia.
CODY ART & ANTIQUES Second and G sts. Oils by Teresa Oats.
CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES 300 Second Street Oils by Nancy Flemming, "Works 2000." Harry Potter contest entries.
COTTON WORKS 226 F St. Wearable art by local women artists.
ELLIS ART & ENGINEERING SUPPLIES 401 Fifth St. The Sidewalk Gallery presents Nick Kukuruza "Dirty, Scary, Macho" monotypes/lithography.
EUREKA INN Seventh and F sts. In the Rib Room Corridor Gallery: Oils by Susan Fox; Mezzanine Gallery: Watercolors by Jaunita Larson; Courtyard Pool Gallery Sculptures by Val Polyanin.
EUREKA THEATER 612 F St. Restoration Celebration Free, all ages welcome. Emcee, Joel Agnew of KBVU Fox 29. Entertainment by Dave Hinz Jazz Band; Horn Band, swing music; Please Help Tony, a cappella Doo Wop. (Donations gladly accepted.)
GABRIEL'S 216 E St. Live music by Randy Strom acoustic and electric guitar. Also a mural-in-progress by Duane Flatmo.
GALLERY DOG 214 E St. New paintings by Regina Case and by Richard Case. Reception 6-9 p.m.
GEPPETTO'S 416 Second St. Collectible bears.
GOLDEN ANGELS CELLARS 333 First St. Artwork by R. Crumb.
The work of R. Crumb at Holden Angels Cellars
GOOD RELATIONS 308 Second St. Oil and watercolors by Susan Lambert, "Human Landscape."
GRAYSTONE JEWELERS Second and F sts. Jerry Spaulding will be present at the Nov. 4 showing of his handcrafted titanium and gold inlay rings for men and women.
HAS BEANS COFFEE HOUSE 738 Second St. Presents Craig Pedley oils on canvas. Reception for the artist, 4-6 p.m.
HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL, The Morris Graves Museum of Art 636
F St. In the Dr. Richard Anderson Gallery: "Icon/Image,"
Kathrin Burleson. Tom Knight Gallery: "Seeing in a Different
Light Infrared Images," Henry L. Stuart. William Thonson
and Floyd Bettiga Gallery: Humboldt Arts Council, Art Auction
Preview. Melvin Schuler Sculpture Garden: Works by Robert Ellison.
Youth Gallery: "Finding a Voice Children Surviving Domestic
Violence," Humboldt Women for Shelter. Performance Rotunda:
"A Piano Event": Piano Technicians Guild and Music
Teachers Association of California will have displays, free lessons
HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE CO. 211 F St. Black and white photos by Jenny Lee Stadthaus. Music by Pat and Tami.
HUMBOLDT'S FINEST 405 Second St. Watercolors, acrylics and oils by Elsie Mendes. Watercolors by Emily Silver.
HUMBOLDT SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER 1910 California St. Paintings of people in Palisades Park by Eureka artist and landscape architect, Jo Cunningham.
HSU FIRST STREET GALLERY 422 First St. A special installation by M. Louise Stanley "Pompeian Villa." Kinetic, interactive sculpture by Billie Grace Lynn "Acquired Identity." Photographs from a new book by Ellen Land-Weber, "To Save a Life" and "Stories of Holocaust Rescue."
INDIAN WEST EMPORIUM 326 Second St. Oils by Jinx Victor, "Studies of the Southwest." Also piano and banjo by the "Two Streeters."
THE INK PEOPLE 411 12th St. in the main gallery: "From The Source" Invitational contemporary Native American Art. Opening reception 6-9 p.m.
THE IRISH SHOP 334 Second St. Watercolors by Dana Ekert Laytenville.
J STREET ART HOUSE/GALLERY 1042 J St. Acrylic paintings on wood and sculptures by Jeff Jordan.
KOKOPILAU 515 F St. Artwork, jewelry, and clothing.
THE LINEN CLOSET 218 F St. Whimsical and decorative lamps by Krys Fehervari-engel.
LOS TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS 403 Second St. Five monotype artists: Tina Ball, Mary Harper, Robert Hattan, Fred Schwab and Patricia Sennott.
Painting by Peggy Jane
Murray, "Rough Water"
LUFKIN PHOTO 202 Third St. Photography by Mark Lufkin.
MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 Second St. "Mermaid Show" works of stained glass and steel.
NATURAL SELECTIONS 203 F St. Representational drawings by Adrienne Werth.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INDIAN DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 241 F St. Various artists.
NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 Second St., Suite 102. Native American art, mixed media by David Mata.
OLD TOWN ART GALLERY 233 F St. Gallery member Virginia Sutherland.
PIANTE 620 Second St. Watercolors by Patricia Glidden.
RAMONES 209 E St. Paintings by Jan Ramsey.
REDWOOD CONCERT BALLET 426 F St. Designs for the Ballet Stage: Gailey Browning, Kathie Pomeroy, Duane Flatmo and Henry Kirsh. Company will present open rehearsals in the studio.
SENSATIONS 425 Snug Alley. Barbara Domanchuk's photographic abstractions from the "Natural World." Lhianne Wood's new figurative photo works from her "Redwood Collection." Also "Blue and Purple Series." Amy Brown's collection of fantasy art.
TEN WINDOW WILLIAMS JEWELERS 3rd and E sts. "Bear River" watercolor by Bill McBride.
TERRAPIN TREASURES 217 E St. Works by local artists and artisans.
TRAVEL ADVANTAGE 1125 Third St. Black and white prints by Efren Aragundi.
VINTAGE HOME ANTIQUES 531 Third St. "Autumn Illuminations," vintage antique lighting.
WILLAMSON INSURANCE 272 C St. Fiber artwork of Nancy Kennedy. "Art Underfoot" high fiber designs; Artist Terri Tinkham, Dorothy Swendeman, Vikki Young and Carolyn Jones "Fantastic Fibers" calendars, scarves and tapestries. A reception for the artists will be held Nov. 4. Food and champagne will be served.
WINZLER & KELLY 633 Third St. "Historic Eureka" photography by Barbara Domanchuk.
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