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Nature art and photography appreciated at Saw Shop dinner

KELSEYVILLE – Jack Ballance’s painting, “Spring Farm, Lake County,” took the first place in the Nature Art contest show-cased at the Lake County Land Trust Spring Dinner at the Saw Shop Gallery Bistro on May 11.


Also awarded were Lyle Madeson, photography; Renee Geare; Meredith Gambrell; Carmen Patterson; and Jacqueline Farley.


Many thanks to Gail Salituri, Tom Gilliam and Barbara LaVasseur for helping to organize and judge the art show.


The artwork presented at the annual Spring Dinner and Art Show is donated by local artists and very much appreciated.


The Lake County Land Trust was honored with many entries and thanks all of the artists who participated.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 30 May 2010 17:59 )

 

Coyote Film Festival celebrates origami with award-winning documentary Saturday

Coyote Film Festival celebrates origami with award-winning documentary Saturday

 

 

 

 

MIDDLETOWN – Coyote Film Festival, Lake County’s own independent film festival, celebrates paper folding on Saturday, May 29, at the C...

Jellystone Campground kicks off a rockin

Jellystone Campground kicks off a rockin

 

Concert, open mike planned for Friday

MIDDLETOWN – D’s Coffee & Tea Shop will host the band “Blue Collar” in concert this coming Friday, May 28, along with open mikes for adults an...

'Fashions in Bloom' fashion show set for Saturday

'Fashions in Bloom' fashion show set for Saturday

Luwana Quitiquit of Pomo Fine Art Gallery explains a Native American leather dress worn by model Joy White, who will be wearing it for the

Last Updated ( Thursday, 20 May 2010 17:04 )

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