Patty Ann Da Cunha performed in Manley Art Gallery with paintings by Audi Stanton and Pete Chasar and sculpture by Donna Goss on her stage. One of Donna Goss's sculptures was sold during the September Art Walk.
Jan Barbas is color blind, hence his business name, "Blind Man Images", which "seeks to document the beauty in the nature and culture of Western North America". Jan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Connie and Christine of C&C Art Glass demonstrated the art of fused glass at a Wild Bird and Backyard General Store - using a small "Kiln" inside of a microwave oven. Connie and Christine offer beginning and intermediate classes in stained glass. Contact Connie and 559-240-2322 or Christine at 559-281-2633 for more information on classes.
The Chetco Community Library is featuring a display titled "A Selection from Local Photographers":Don Munson, Steve Wilson, Jack Sheid and Vi Burton.
You can view these and more from each photographer at the Chetco Community Library this month.
During Art Walk at the Library The Chetco Pelican Players presented a scene from "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" -- the play will be performed Septemer 26 through October 12 and tickets are available at Wright's Custom Framing in Brookings and New Wave Video in Harbor. Yes, that's Brookings' own Bill Schlichting being haranged by Nurse Ratched.
Just a few shots of some of the art at Wrights...
Horst Wolf was among those who reminded us of all that Brian Scott has done for artists and the community in general. Elmo Williams talked about Brian's part in establishing Azalea Park. A rousing "Hip Hip Hooray" for Brian Scott was heard for several blocks.