Saturday, Oct. 7, 2000 - 6-9 p.m.
A year-round event, Arts
Alive! is presented by the Humboldt Arts Council and
321 COFFEE 321 Third Street. Larry Laitman..a retrospective. Also live music by the Amazing Art Band.
ALL UNDER HEAVEN 212 F Street. In memory of a painter, poet, worldtraveler and friend...paintings by Larry Laitman, "Blue-Eyed Exotic Bali Soul Series". Also, selected poetry.
ALLURE JEWELERS 412 Second Street. A special showing of Nagalle designer jewelry featuring Australian inlay opal designs.
AMIGAS BURRITOS 317 Fifth Street. Burton J Hoyle - digital images.
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 English wildlife artist June Payne Hart.
BACCHUS' VINEYARDS 311 E Street. Delicious wine tasting and inspired ceramics by Dimitra Zalarvis-Chase.
BELLE STARR 117 F Street. Paintings by Bea Stanley.
BOOKLEGGER 402 Second Street. Come in and enjoy the art of the living word.
CASA BLANCA 1436 Second Street. Black and white photography by Dana Lynn.
CHANGES 420 Second Street. "Maskibition" by Donvieve
CHAPALA CAFE 201 Second Street. Photographs from India by Gary Neumann.
CLARKE MUSEUM Third & E St. Exhibits on local history, Victoriana, waterfowl hunting,and carved duck decoys. Local Native American baskets and regalia.
CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES 300 Second Street. Featuring the work of Yevonne Reynolds.
COTTON WORKS 226 F Street. Wearable art by local women artists.
ELLIS ART & ENGINEERING SUPPLIES 401 Fifth Street. The Sidewalk Gallery presents Brian Tripp: Karuk Artist. "The Best Things in Life Aren't Free" an installation of paintings and sculpture. The artist will also perform traditional drum songs. Come enjoy the music and refreshments from 6-9pm.
EQUITY RESOURCES 525 E Street. Selected works of world renowned artist R. Crumb.
EUREKA INN Seventh and F Street. In the Rib Room Corridor Gallery: "Reality ?" photographs by Jim Lowry; Mezzanine Gallery: Watercolors by Jaunita Larson; Courtyard Pool Gallery: Sculptures by Val Polyanin.
EUREKA THEATER 612 F Street. Paintings by Heather Lembcke and Gabe Adams. Music by the "Outstanding Bills" Barbershop Quartet and bluegrass by The Mad River Ramblers.
GABRIEL'S 216 E Street. Live music by Randy Strom - acoustic and electric guitar. Also a mural in - progress by Duane Flatmo.
GALLERY DOG 214 E Street. Mixed media sculpture by Michele McCall-Wallace and mixed media collage by Graham Moody. There will be an Arts Alive reception on Saturday October 7 from 6-9pm.
"Family Icon" assemblage by Michele McCall-Wallace
GEPPETTO'S 416 Second Street. Halloween Collectibles.
GOLDEN ANGELS CELLARS 333 First Street. Photography by Debbie Siemer
GOOD RELATIONS 308 Second Street. Color photography by Lhiane Wood.
GRAYSTONE JEWELERS Second & F Street. Graystone Jewelers proudly presents Brian McHardy, Master Diamond Cutter. On-hand demonstrations of the fine art of diamond cutting Saturday, October 7th, from 11:00am - 8:00pm.
HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL, The Morris Graves Museum of Art 636 F Street. In the Dr. Richard Anderson Gallery: "The Diversity of Clay", North Coast Potter's Guild. Homer Balabanis Gallery: "Pet Tricks", Peggy Jane Murray. Tom Knight Gallery: "Seeing in a Different Light - Infrared Images", Henry L Stuart. William Thonson and Floyd Bettiga Gallery: "Three Gorges - Yangtze River", Deng Shaoyi Artist in Residence from Chongqing, China. Melvin Schuler Sculpture Garden: Works by Robert Ellison. Youth Gallery: "Finding a Voice - Children Surviving Domestic Violence", Humboldt Women for Shelter. Performance Rotunda: Who Holds the Mirror ? Breast Cancer, Women's Lives and the Environment, a traveling mural of the Breast Cancer Oral History Project of Women Take Care, Take Action, artist Miranda Bergman will be available to answer questions.
"Seeing in a Different Light," infrared image photography by Henry L. Stuart in the Tom Knight Gallery, Morris Graves Museum of Art
"Samurai Warrior" watercolor and gouache by Peggy Jane Garbutt-Murray at the Morris Graves Museum of Art.
HUMBOLDT BAY COFFEE CO 211 F Street. Assorted paintings and mixed media by Katy LeVesque. Enjoy "Old Tyme Music" by Honkey Tonk Bill Thompson.
HUMBOLDT'S FINEST 405 Second Street. Ingrid Brink, watercolors and watercolor collage. Alyssa Ravenwood, wearable art - neoprene masks.
HUMBOLDT SENIOR RESOURCE CENTER 1910 California Street. HSRC is pleased to host the Redwood Camera Club with their beautiful color prints.
HSU FIRST STREET GALLERY 422 First Street. Photographs from a new book by Ellen Land-Weber, "To Save A Life - Stories of Holocaust Rescue" Book signing and reception for the artist on Saturday October 7th, 6-9pm. (See Journal article) A special installation by M. Louise Stanley - Pompeian Villa. "Acquired Identity"..kinetic, interactive sculpture by Billie Grace Lynn. Reception for artist Saturday night 6-9pm.
INDIAN WEST EMPORIUM 326 Second Street . Oils by Jinx Victor, "Studies of the Southwest".
THE INK PEOPLE 411 Twelfth Street IN THE MAIN GALLERY: "MASKIBITION 15" International Handmade Mask making competition, coordinated by Donvieve. This year the juror is Alyssa Ravenwood, who will give a performance at the opening.
In the Performance Room Gallery: "Out Of Hand" Sixth Annual Metalsmithing and Jewelry Exhibition. The participants are: Chris Ackerman, Mandy Allen, Heather Brent, Susan Brunlinger, Bob Frye, Wendy Hannah, Tierra Hodge, Barbara Jacobson, Ling-Yen Jones, Lorna Kidd, Gypsy McFelter, Betsy Roberts and Bryan Tomasetti. There will be an opening reception to honor the artists on Saturday Oct. 7th.
THE IRISH SHOP 334 Second Street. Watercolors by Susan Barnes.
THE LINEN CLOSET 218 F Street. New works by Jeanette Haxton.
LOS TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS 403 Second Street. Annie Leibowitz...Portraits of people living with HIV.
MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 Second Street. Join us for our 10th anniversarywith wonderful prizes to be won and featuring many local artists.
NATURAL SELECTIONS 203 F Street. Featuring kiln-formed glassware from Charlton Glassworks of Washington. Hand-cut copper fused between glass layers - personally signed and dated by the artists. Also new Fire and Light vases in all of their exciting colors.
NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 Second Street Suite 102. "Heavy Horse Painting Series" by Sherri Dobay.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA INDIAN DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 241 F Street. Various artists.
OLD TOWN ART GALLERY 233 F Street. Presenting gallery member Virginia Sutherland. A reception for the artist will be held Saturday October 7th, 6-9pm.
PIANTE 620 Second Street. Watercolors by Patricia Glidden.
RAMONES 209 E Street. Paintings by Jan Ramsey.
REDWOOD CONCERT BALLET 426 F Street. Visit us at our new facility and enjoy Humboldt County's premiere dance company in open studio rehearsals.
SENSATIONS 425 Snug Alley. Paintings by Kim Pinches.
TERRAPIN TREASURES 217 E Street. Featuring works by local artists and artisans.
TRAVEL ADVANTAGE 1125 Third Street. Color photography by Gary Neumann.
WILLIAM CODY ART & ANTIQUES Second & G Street. "Poetic Light", new work in photography by William S. Pierson. Reception for the artist Saturday, October 7th 6-9pm.
WILLAMSON INSURANCE 272 C Street. "Through My Eyes"...expressions of wisdom and nature by photographer Barbara Keshan - Rousta. Reception for artist Saturday Oct. 7th, 6-9pm.
WINZLER & KELLY 633 Third Street. "Midnight Sun Photography" Photographs by Mark LeNord.
"Midnight Sun Photography" by Mark LeNord
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