Thank you Gabrielle. What a nice surprise and a wonderful review of the art at the airport. It's been an amazing gallery for the last few years thanks to the REA.
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Does anyone remember the station wagon seen in Arcata and Eureka a few years back that had the plastic dinosaurs glued all over the car? It was somewhat artistic and creative. Whimsical. There is a book store in Old Town Eureka that has an impressive collection of old salt & pepper shakers in the window.
Might want to check out two historical collectors exhibitors: Arman http://www.armanstudio.com/
and Jarvis Rockwell (yes Normans kid)
John Motian is an artist who will some day be worth millions. Art is in his soul. The most profound artist around.
r Art? in the eye of the beholder......
Why are there no video cameras on the boardwalk between F and C Streets? With almost no street access it must be patrolled on foot making it a mischief making magnet.
There's two more!
sorrrry for the extra rrr
Attribution missing to the original reporter? Newspaper that has followed the storry?
Savvy commentary , Coincidentally if others are requiring a 2014 AU Form 1263 , my husband saw a fillable version here form Working online.
Smart, well-thought-out and very well-researched review, Gabrielle. Thank you so much for taking the time!–Emily S.
We love you Marceau! We didn't get to make it to your opening as we were having a Humboldt Made food demo, but were so happy to see you celebrating. We will have to make it soon to see the whole show. The photos I've seen are wonderful. Congratulations!
See this is how - it is fabulous and will make you think - a lot. (And if you're anything like me, it will make you get your checkbook out as well ...)
I look forward to the rest of your exhibit, Marceau. The explanation here was beautiful. I treasure knowing you.
I love her work, the unique medium and attention to detail... The giraffe in her studio is amazing. Making a mental note to ensure Sewell is on our journey around old town this Saturday evening. Also, Wiregami.com is available.
Plein Air at the Lost Coast is being held from October 1-5 at Shelter Cove this year. $5000 in cash awards are being given for the best paintings in a number of Categories. For more information visit Pleinairatthelostcoast.com or call Nancy Mitchell at 707-986-7120. Events to be held at Shelter Cove and Benbow Inn. Art sales, workshops, demonstrations by Paul Kratter, guided hikes by BLM, mural painting, dinner and more. Childrens Art Classes also being offered. Event sponsored by the Shelter Cove Arts and Recreation Foundation, the Humboldt Lodging Alliance, The Bureau of Land Management and the Humboldt Insider and North Coast Journal. Registration is $45 until August 1. Applications available on line at the above website. Join us!
If you need a mural painted, restored, or designed contact me at, email@example.com
Nice Ken Weiderman!
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Apr 27, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 17
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