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March Art Instalations TRG and CAAC

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March is shaping up to be a really fine month for the arts community in the valley. Both Two Rivers Gallery and Cashmere Arts and Activities Center accepted new work for their March / April shows. I personally got a glimpse of the Walter Graham works to be displayed at Two Rivers Gallery today and what I saw was phenomenal. The works would be a steal at almost any price. On top of that one piece will be raffled off at the end of March. Meanwhile a wonderful show has been put together at CAAC in Cashmere. The folks over at CAAC were just pickled pink at the near full page article by Rick Steigmeyer with photos by Mike Bonnicksen that was published in the Wenatchee World in the weekend edition on their gallery and the classes going on there. Two photos couldn’t do it justice, but Mike did a fine job and really shoed the gallery well in those two photos. As much as I would have liked to see more of the art in the main gallery, I really appreciated that he made the larger photo of the students working on their art project in the class room. It really shows the activity of the center. Pam Kelly who was teaching the class has done a wonderful job with developing the artistic skills of her students as have Martha Flores and Terry Johnson in their classes in Clay Modeling and Perspective. I for one will be looking forward to seeing more of the classes and projects to come at CAAC.

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