This year’s “Treasured Scenes” collectible Christmas ornament, now on sale at the Jake Jackson Museum, depicts the log cabin Ladds Store at Denny, constructed in 1932.
The Wine-y Painters will be closing out the month of June with a trip to the cool coast. Come paint with them from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 27, at the Highland Art Center Studio G, Weaverville. The subject will be “Cool coast cottage.”
Chris Selk presents her third in a series of Indian Cooking classes via OurSpace Art Gallery. This class, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, July 8, at the Barking Mad Studio in Weaverville, is titled “Baby Got Snacks,” .
The Main Street Gallery is presenting a retrospective show of Joy Wiltsee’s paintings in the month of July.
Long before the rise of our state level societies, our indigenous ancestors discovered powerful methods for mastering the capabilities of the human body-mind-spirit complex. Today, there is a resurgence of interest in the ancient, time-tested ways of the shaman for entering mystical states of consciousness for healing and problem solving. Shamanism has emerged as a major thrust of the modern mystical movement.
Studio 299 Center for the Arts presents a collection of student art for its June exhibition. The artists are students of Sandra Sterrenberg, longtime instructor at Burnt Ranch School who is retiring this year. This year’s advanced students include Hope Ammon, Briana Atwood, Sylvia Bresko, Martina Mapatis, Carly Nelson, Trinity Olsen, Les Preyer, Sage Reed, Anna Sherman, Natalie Wantt and Oria Waters.
Trinity County’s 1977 jail is said to be outdated and is routinely over-capacity.
“Unicyclist” by Karen Hammer at the Trinity County Chamber of Commerce.
“Granite Lake” and a retrospective showing of paintings by the late Joy Wiltsee at the Main Street Gallery.
“Coast Farm near Fortuna,”oil on hardboard by Debee Holland-Olson. That and other Holland-Olson paintings will be at the Highland Art Center for a special Friday evening reception.
A new jewelry line at Gold Rush Jewelers, “Mother Earth, Father Sky.”