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Saturday, Sept. 2, 2000 - 6-9 p.m.

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 Street. Mixed media by Neil Guthrie.

ALL UNDER HEAVEN 212 F Street. In memory of a painter, poet, world traveler and friend...paintings by Larry Laitman, "Blue-eyed Exotic Bali Soul Series." And selected poetry.

AVALON Third & G Street. "Don't you desire to... Don't you desire too..." Paintings by Richard Duning.

BABY GARDEN 228 F Street. Featuring the work of Mishell Swartwout.

BACCHUS' VINEYARDS 311 E Street. Dimitra Zalarvis-Chase, "Ancestrally inspired thrown and painted ceramics."

BELLE STARR 117 F Street. Recent works by Michael Stengl.

CHANGES 420 Second Street. "Residual Silence," color photographs by Lhiane Wood.

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

CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES 300 Second Street. Featuring the work of Yevonne Reynolds.

COTTON WORKS 226 F Street. Whimsy artist Noel Gayne Reynolds will present her one-of-a-kind, no-two-alike pins, cards and prints.

ELLIS ART & ENGINEERING SUPPLIES 401 Fifth Street. Two brothers: Earl and Merle Griffith, "Traditional and contemporary Native American Art."

EUREKA INN Seventh and F Street. In the Rib Room Corridor Gallery: Jim Lowry, digital photographs. Mezzanine Gallery: Watercolors by Shelly Mortensen. Bristol Rose Cafe Gallery: Jinx Victor, landscapes in oils and water colors.

EUREKA THEATER 612 F Street. Video tour of the theater building and restoration project in the lobby. Photographs and newspaper articles of old time Eureka will be on display along with hot popcorn.

GALLERY DOG 214 E Street. Paintings by Kim Pinches and Nancy Norman, silk paintings by Cindy Shaw, and mosaics by Louise Ditto. Reception on Saturday, Sept. 2, 6-9 p.m.

GEPPETTO'S 416 Second Street. Max and Bernard, from the magical childrens' book Where The Wild Things Are, will be at Geppetto's from 7-8 p.m.

GOOD RELATIONS 308 Second Street. Featuring the art of Autumn Baker.

HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL, The Morris Graves Museum of Art 636 F Street.

Dr. Richard Anderson Gallery: "The Diversity of Clay," North Coast Potter's Guild.

[Frank Shelley vase] Pit fired and burnished terra cotta by Frank Shelley,
part of "The Diversity of Clay" at Morris Graves Museum

Homer Balabanis Gallery: "Recent Watercolors of the Woodley Island Marina," Jim McVicker.

[McVicker art] Jim McVicker's watercolors in the Homer Balabanis Gallery of the Morris Graves Museum of Modern Art.


Tom Knight Gallery: Photographs and Prints from the Permanent Collection, William Thonson and Melvin Schuler.

Floyd Bettiga Gallery: "Three Gorges - Yangtze River," Deng Shaoyi, Artist in Residence from Chongqing, China.

[Deng Shaoyi art] Deng Shaoyi, "Three Gorges -- Yangtze River"
at the Floyd Bettiga Gallery in the Morris Graves Museum of Modern Art

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: Diane and Pete Zuleger, vocals and guitar. Dancers from the Apparition Dance Co.


HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE CO. 211 F Street. John Hall presents a montage of photography. Also live music by Andy Wright Jazz Quartet.

HUMBOLDT SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER 1910 California Street. "Representational painters of realism with spirit" by students of Michael Hayes.

HSU FIRST STREET GALLERY 422 First Street. HSU Faculty and Staff Exhibition. William T. Anderson, Don Anton, Joanne Berke, Maris Benson, Michael Bravo, Tim Buckles, James Crawford, Charles Dicostanzo, Vaughn Hutchins, Mark Isaacson, Ellen Land-Weber, Mimi La Plant, David Laplantz, Lou Marak, James Moore, Martin Morgan, Kris Patzlaff, Leslie Price, Diana Schoenfeld, Keith Schneider, Mort Scott, Maurice Shultz, Teresa Stanley and Bruce Van Meter.

HUMBOLDT'S FINEST 405 Second Street. Ingrid Brink: watercolors and watercolor collage. Alyssa Ravenwood: wearable art, neoprene masks.

[tiger mask] "Tiger" mask by Alyssa Ravenwood at Humboldt's Finest

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

THE INK PEOPLE 411 Twelfth Street. In the Main Gallery: "Organic Community," Thao LeKhac, Ingrid Brink, Suzi Haggerty, Hillary Ross, Elizabeth Albertson, Amanita Mollier, Robert and Moss Bittner, Chloe Peart, Annie Reed, Eddie Justiniano, Brent Jenkins and Art Brown. Opening reception Saturday, Sept. 2, 6-9 p.m. Poetry reading 7 p.m.

THE IRISH SHOP 334 Second Street. "Pinhole" Photography by artist Kelly Jo Brown.

THE LINEN CLOSET 218 F Street. New works by Jeanette Haxton.

LOS TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS 403 Second Street. Paintings by Juanita Larson.

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

NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 Second Street, Suite 102. "Heavy Horse Painting Series" by Sherri Dobay.

OLD TOWN ART GALLERY 233 F Street. Watercolors and pen and ink drawings of Jan Meninga.

ON THE GAZEBO Come meet Clifford, The Big Red Dog from KEET.

PIANTE 620 Second Street. Russell Smith: oils and acrylics on paper, canvas and wood panels.

RAMONE'S 209 E Street. Acrylic paintings by Doug Knight.

REDWOOD CONCERT BALLET 426 F Street. Showcasing different aspects of the Redwood Concert Ballet along with in-studio demonstrations.

SENSATIONS 425 Snug Alley. Libby Maynard, "Mixed media installations." Mermaids and Fairy Art by Amy Brown. Vivid watercolors by Katherina Woodworth.

TOMASO'S 216 E Street. Live music by Randy Strom: acoustic and electric guitar. Also a mural-in-progress by Duane Flatmo.

TRAVEL ADVANTAGE 1125 Third Street. Watercolors by Caryn Kime.

WILLIAM CODY ART & ANTIQUES Second & G Streets. Watercolors by Steve Porter.

[Steve Porter art] Steve Porter's Watercolors of Eureka's marina and waterfront at the Cody Gallery

VANITY 109 F Street. "From The Artist's Garden," an exhibition of botanical and still-life paintings by Todd Telander. Opening reception Sept. 2, 6-9 p.m.

VINTAGE HOME ANTIQUES 531 Third Street. "Mirror, mirror, on the wall..."


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