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First Saturday Night Arts Alive! 

Saturday, Aug. 2, 6-9 p.m.

Presented by the Humboldt Arts Council and Eureka Main Street. Opening receptions for artists, exhibits and/or performances are held the first Saturday of each month. Phone 707-442-9054, for more information or to have an exhibit/performance included.

1. WORLD CUP 1626 F St. Robert Daugherty, black and white photographs; Burt Severy, sculpture art.

1a. F STREET CAFÉ 1630 F St. Mike Stengl and Jim McVicker.

1b.ST. INNOCENT ORTHODOX CHURCH 939 F St. The Many Faces of Jesus, variety of artists and media.

2: THE INK PEOPLE CENTER FOR THE ARTS 411 12th St. Main Gallery: Mixed Match, crazy mixed-up artwork; Brenda Gallery: Nests, plight of the snowy plover.

3: HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL at Morris Graves Museum of Art 636 F St. Performance Rotunda; William Thonson Gallery: Images of Water, photographs; Homer Balabanis Gallery: Morris Graves, Selections from the Humboldt Art Council Permanent Collection and Fermin Aguayo, paintings; Tom Knight Gallery: Lisa Deloria Weinblatt, School Lunch: Narratives, paintings; Dr. Richard and Elizabeth Anderson Gallery: Tamara Hubbard, Urban, white photographs printed on sheets of aluminum; Annex Gallery: Eureka High Alumni Hazel Santino; Floyd Bettiga Gallery: Selections from the Humboldt Arts Council Permanent Collection; Art in Motion Old Town and Downtown: artist mannequins display in businesses. Walking brochures available from HAC.

4: RYAN FRAY INSURANCE 537 7th and G sts. Jackie Oshiro, watercolors.

5: EUREKA CONCERT AND FILM CENTER 612 F St. Sanctuary Stage presents Shades of Grey. Audience members encouraged to bring an item that represents a personal memory.

6: EUREKA OLD GLASS HOUSE AND ANTIQUES 604 F St. Eureka Soap Factory, unique artistic designer soaps.

7: OBENTO 517 F St. Sasha Lyth, paintings.


9: HUMBOLDT JIUJITSU GYM 718 5th St. Major Players, group show.

10: HUMBOLDT TATTOO 710 5th St. Paintings of Derek Adams and Space; grafitti art.

11: EUREKA SPA 601 5th St. Sara Westfahl.

12: PLAZA DESIGN 427 F St. Michael Guerriero, serigraphs; music by Morgan Corviday, solo guitar.

12a: NORTH COAST DANCE 426 F St. Kids perform hip-hop and flamenco dances from their “Passport to Dance” summer camp.

13: SIDEWALK GALLERY at Ellis Art and Engineering 401 5th St. Bruce Hamilton Tension Design, art meets engineering.

14: SACRED BODIES PILATES 525 E St. New location.

15: WACHOVIA SECURITIES/AG EDWARDS 318 5th St. Tedda Smith, paintings (sales benefit Six Rivers Planned Parenthood endowment fund).

16: AMIGAS BURRITOS 317 5th St. Marsha Lee, photographs of the local area.

17: COCHRANE AND ASSOCIATES 402 E St. Pat Durbin, fiber arts.

18: EMPIRE SQUARED 47 W. 3rd St. Flag Show.

19: CHERI BLACKERBY GALLERY at the Studio 272 C St. The Carnival, various mediums; performances by the The Studio’s drama class.

20: ACCIDENT GALLERY 210 C St. Jeff Hunter, paintings; Jess Trudeau, Reverberations, paintings; music by Don Pearson on sax and devices.

21: C STREET HALL GALLERY 208 C St. Augustus Clark, One Person Show.

22: RELFECTIONS 202 C St. Sarah Schuette, Wild By Nature, photographs.

23: OLD TOWN ANTIQUE LIGHTING GALLERY 139-B 2nd St. (at the Eagle House) Representational Art League; music by Mirth First barbershop quartet.

24: STEVE AND DAVE’S 1st and C sts. Music by Dr. Squid; photographs.

24a: THE TREASURE TROVE 220 1st St. Diana Marshall, handcrafted and woven articles.

25: CHAPALA CAFE 201 2nd St. Traditional Southwest artists’ prints.

26: GOOD RELATIONS 223 2nd St. Daniel Solomon.

27: CONSIDERATIONS at CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES 300 2nd St. Lynore Bruce, Star Nebula Collection, abstracts.

28: ART OF WINE 308 2nd St. Megan Thomas, oil paintings; Sara Starr, Karen Merry, Mary Anderson, Julia Bednar and Paul Fabian, watercolors; Yanni Stefanakis, glass sculpture; Jocelyn Stewart, photographs.

28a: CIARA’S IRISH SHOP 334 2nd St.

28b: BREEZY BLUE BOUTIQUE 214 E St. Belly dancing.

29: CLARKE HISTORICAL MUSEUM 3rd and E sts. New exhibits on presidential elections, Humboldt’s Olympian, Art Deco, Arcata, embroidery and men’s collars and ties.

29a: KRONOS ART GALLERY 317 3rd St. Cat Adams and Rob Ash, paintings; music by John King and Dogbone.

29b: OSCAR LARSON AND ASSOCIATES RENTAL GALLERY 317 3rd St. Gary Todoroff, Tryggvi Larum and Carl Baggett.

30: THE BEAD SHOPPE 418 3rd St. Jessica Jewels, handcrafted jewelry.

31: ANNIE MAGNOLIA 424 3rd St. Kathryne DeLorne, Faces from the Deep, masks.

32: GAIA IMPORTS 426 3rd St. Shoshanna and Ya Habibi Dance Company; Genevieve’s Beginner Tribal Troupe at 8 p.m.

33: SHIPWRECK found treasures 430 3rd St. Lauren Jones, paintings; Louise Hogan collage; music by The Beat Nun and the Monster Women.

34: THE RITZ TEPANYAKI 3rd and F sts. Suza Lambert.

35: CIN CIN ALL ITALIANA 201 3rd St. Richard Dunning.

36: OPERA ALLEY BISTRO 409 Opera Alley. Jane Ray, pastels and oil paintings; music by Russ Craig.

37: HUMBOLDT BAY KEEPER 211 E St. Augustus Clark.

38: RAMONE’S 209 E St. Patrick Eytchison, paintings; music by the Sidekicks.

39: BOOKLEGGER 402 2nd St. Mike Nickerson, author of Life, Money, and Illusion, on transforming toward sustainability. Presentation begins at 5:30 p.m.

40: TRUCHAS GALLERY/LOS BAGELS 403 2nd St. Bryce Gray, oils and watercolors.

41: BELLE STARR 405 2nd St. Julia Bednar, watercolors.

42: OLD TOWN SQUARE 2nd and F sts. KHUM broadcasts live in front of Venlo Chocolates.

43: NORTH SOLES FOOTWEAR 417 2nd St. Ste. 102. Jennifer Varney, assemblages.

44: 1ST STREET GALLERY 422 1st St. Joan Gold, Sanctuary, paintings; Amy Granfield, Kelly Leal, Lush Newton, Rachel Schlueter, Naomi Mest and Peggy Loudon, Beaux Zoos.

44a: HEALTHSPORT 423 1st St. John Wesa.


46: STRICTLY FOR THE BIRDS 123 F St. Sara Starr, watercolors.

47: BELLA BASKETS 412 2nd St. Sandy Popko, photographs of Humboldt County; Kathleen Baker; food demos by Bless My Soul.

48: GEPPETTO’S 416 2nd St.

49: EUREKA BOOKS 426 2nd St. Art of the garden events benefit the Humboldt Botanical Gardens Foundation


50: MANY HANDS GALLERY 438 2nd St. Lunel Haysmer, assemblages.

51: ALL UNDER HEAVEN 212 F St. Augustus Clark.

51a: TALISMAN 214 F St. Performance art in the window by Jimmy Jam; belly dancing.

52: SASAFRASS 226 F St. Julie Frith, Kinetic modern mobiles.

53: ALIROSE BOUTIQUE 228 F St. Amanda Elizabeth Woodward, watercolors.


55: REDWOOD ART ASSOCIATION 527 4th St. 50th Summer Exhibition.

56: COCO AND CUVEE 531 3rd St. Amber Billings, photographs.

57: DISCOVERY MUSEUM 3rd and F sts.

58: AMERICAN INDIAN ART AND GIFT SHOP 241 F St. Ferrall Starr, beadwork.


60: BON BONIERE 215 F St. Mariana Krattiger, acrylics and watercolors; music by Dale Winget.

61: OLD TOWN COFFEE AND CHOCOLATES 211 F St. Music by the 24/7 Jazz Quartet; Mara Rizzo, abstract oils.

62: NATURAL SELECTION and THE EMERALD CITY 203 F St. Michael Burton and Bob and Donna Sellers.

63: HOLLYGOLIGHTLY 514 2nd St. Seth Strope, mixed media abstract paintings.

64: LINEN CLOSET 127 F St. Hand massages by Danielle Kistler, CMT.

65: HURRICANE KATE’S 511 2nd St. Linda Sundquist, large floral paintings.

66: BLISS 527 2nd St. Bob and Donna Sellers, Reflections of the Feminine.


68: BUHNE ART STUDIOS 207 G St., 2nd Floor. Cory Calantropio, watercolors, sunsets, abstracts and prints; Studio 102: Karen Merry, watercolor and mixed media paintings and pen-and-ink works; The Artist’s Connection Studio 116: Pamela Reeder and Michelle Murphy-Ferguson.

69: HUMBOLDT CARPET SHOWROOM 2nd and G sts. Anthony Machado and Valerie Carmen.

70: SUKI BOUTIQUE 612 2nd St. Dan Caspary.

71: PIANTE GALLERY 620 2nd St. Native artists Brian D. Tripp, George Blake, Karen Noble, Robert Benson, Deborah McConnell, Louisa Debrose McConnell, Frank Tuttle, Lynn Risling, Julian Lang, Alme Allen, Annalea Norris, Rick Bartow, Frank LaPena and Frank Buffalo Hyde, Keeping The Faith.

72: SMUG’S PIZZA 626 2nd St. Mark.

73: AVALON 3rd and G sts. William Pierson, Thirty Five Days in Southern Europe, photographs.

74: FRONT PORCH at Lost Coast Brewery 615 4th St. Hearts and Roses.

75: STUDIO S 717 3rd St. Local artists, paintings of water.

76: BIGFOOT COMPUTERS AND PHOTOGRAPHS TOO… 905 3rd St. Justin Hobart Brown, paintings; digital images of Hobart Brown’s work; Frank Mallatt, digital photographs.

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