Saturday, Feb. 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. "Dumpster Serenade," paintings and drawings by Bobby Wright and Jesse Wiedel.
ALL UNDER HEAVEN 212 F St. Watercolors by Carol Anderson.
AMIGAS BURRITOS 317 Fifth St. Landscape photography by Eric Stockwell; multimedia works by Zion Carlson
AVALON Third & G St. Land and water watercolors by Bob Benson.
AVALON CAFE Winter masks by Donvieve.
BOOKLEGGER 402 Second St. Wonderful books on art as well as other art treasures.
CHANGES 420 Second St. "Tropical Fever," oils, pastels, originals and lithographs by Catalina Ruiz. Catalina is from Costa Rica and spent 13 years in Hawaii.
CHAPALA CAFE 201 Second St. Photographs from India by Gary Neumann.
CLARKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM Third & E sts. Nealis Hall: Grand opening of the Native American exhibit. Specially featured are baskets made for the local "curio trade." Main Hall: "Keeping Warm in Humboldt: Quilts, Coverlets and Teacups." Victorian parlor and other displays also featured.
CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES 300 Second St. Traditional and animal iconography by Kathrin Burleson.
ELLIS ART AND ENGINEERING 401 Fifth St. Mixed media/toxic airbrush, panels, cut-outs, and fabrics by Chris Selvage.
EUREKA FILM AND CONCERT CENTER, 612 F St. Live music and "North Coast Classics," a slide presentation of scenic and aerial landscapes by Gary Todoroff; comedy by the Impromptus featuring Chris Holmquist & Friends.
EUREKA INN Seventh and F sts. Art by Adrienne Werth in the Rib Room Corridor gallery.
FIRST St. GALLERY 422 First St. Sequential prints by Richard Tuttle, IMI Knoebel and Ilya Kabakov; paintings by Kristin Cohen; prints by Hanna Hillerova; paintings by Heather Lembcke.
"Passages to Persephone, No. 1"
acrylic on wood
GABRIEL'S 216 E St. A mural-in-progress by Duane Flatmo.
GALLERY DOG 214 E St. Wire sculpture by Elizabeth Berrien; linocuts and paintings by Sherri Dobay; paintings by Rachel Ritter.
"Ena 1" linocuts on monoprint, by Sherri Dobay at Gallery Dog.
GEPPETTO'S 416 Second St. Collectible glass pieces and teddy bears.
GOLDEN ANGELS CELLARS 333 First St. Drawings by Helena Neary.
GOOD RELATIONS 308 Second St. Black and white nude photos by Sarah Harvey.
HAS BEANS COFFEE HOUSE 738 Second St. Portraits, figures, landscapes and still life by Jill Joyce Faulkner. Reception 4-6 p.m.
HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE CO 211 F St. Jazz by Nucleus and mixed media portraits and paintings by Steve Sanchez.
HUMBOLDT'S FINEST 405 Second St. Paintings on silk by Barbara Ellis and Margriet Sienen.
INDIAN WEST EMPORIUM 326 Second St. Sculptures by Richard Sessions.
THE INK PEOPLE 411 12th St. "2001: A Fabric Odyssey," with artists Mary Jo Bates, Dora Greetn, Linda Hartshorn, Nancy Kennedy, Rasalind A. Brainerd, Carin Engen, Holly Garbutt, April Sproul and Smoking Moccassins.
J STREET ART HOUSE/GALLERY 1042 J St. Works from Bob Burroughs, Paula Cunningham, Jeff Jordan, Nancy Kennedy, Susan Penn and Rachel Ritter.
LITTLE SPROUTS 228 F St. "Boy at Desk & Girl Sleeping," local children's artist.
MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 Second St. Wheat hearts for your sweetheart and other Valentine gifts.
MORRIS GRAVES MUSEUM OF ART 636 F St. In the William Thonson Gallery: "Brian's Tripp," a 30-year retrospective of work by Brian Tripp. Tom Knight Gallery: "A collector's obsession: Photographs of Humboldt County, California, from the Peter E. Palmquist Collection." Homer Balabanis Gallery: "Works from the collection of Morris Graves," works from the permanent collection. Dr. Richard Anderson Gallery: "Beauty: Seeing Then, Seeing Now, Seeing Beyond," works by Morris Graves. Floyd Bettiga and Youth Galleries: "Meet Morris Graves," an introduction through his drawings, prints and words. Melvin Schuler Sculpture Garden: "Inquiry Into Humanity," Nathaniel Hein. Performance Rotunda: Larry Pitts performs on piano, 6-9 p.m.
NATURAL SELECTIONS 203 F St. Display of local artwork, including Valentine gift ideas.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INDIAN DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 241 F St. Various artists.
NORTH PACIFIC SURF 234 F St. Cutout art by Matt Cooper.
NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 Second St. Suite 102. Figure studies in watercolor by Joyce Jonte.
OBJX 531 Second St. Visit the new location in the newly restored Vance Hotel.
OLD TOWN ART GALLERY 233 F St. Marvin Trump of Trinidad will show his paintings of still life and landscapes.
PIANTE 620 Second St. Paintings by Carol Aust; Journal Entries.
Journal entries and paintings by Carol Aust at Piante.
RAMONES 209 E St. Fauvist paintings by Suza Lambert.
REDWOOD CONCERT BALLET 426 F St. Open rehearsal and in-studio demonstration, 7-8:30 p.m.
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL 212 G St. See our collection of paintings and other collectibles.
SENSATIONS 425 Snug Alley. "A Look to the East," silk paintings by Cindy Shaw.
TERRAPIN TREASURES 217 E St. Works by local artists and artisans.
TRAVEL ADVANTAGE 1125 Third St. Artwork by Garry Epperson.
TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS 403 Second St. Acrylic landscape paintings by Ken Jarvela.
TWIN PALMS GALLERY 1636 F St. Artworks past and present in mixed media by Brian D. Tripp.
VINTAGE HOME ANTIQUES 531 Third St. "Be Our Valentine."
WILLIAM CODY ART & ANTIQUES Second and G St. New oil paintings by Linda Mitchell. Exhibit includes images of Paris, Old Town Eureka and the waterfront.
Recent oil paintings by Linda Mitchell at the Cody Gallery
WINZLER AND KELLY 633 Third St. Art by Bill Van Fleet.
WORLD PREMIERE THEATRE 615 4th St. Redwood Area TheatreSports will perform 6-9 p.m.
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