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Art Barn Beach to the Town Toyota Center and Back

Well, an exciting and fulfilling weekend it was in the valley for art this weekend. For starters was the much anticipated Artist Reception for the Martha Flores “Inflorescence” exhibit at the Icicle Arts Gallery in Leavenworth at the Barn Beach Reserve on Friday night. The art and the food were totally unique, intriguing and delicious. It was great to visit with old friends and make new acquaintances and chat with some folks I have only known online.
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High School Art Show

This just in…photos from the judging of the Regional High School Art Show at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. The judging was done by local artist Martha Flores and Leavenworth photographer Reed Carlson.The art was from Wenatchee, Eastmont, Cashmere, and Entiate High School student artists. The categories included water color and oil paintings, pastel drawings, printmaking, photography, mixed media and sculpture. There are prizes for first, second and third place in each category. Each category will also have a Best of Show choice that will be submitted to ...
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Free Portraits at Special Olympics

Friday night was a great night all around town for art. While the grown up in the arts community were attending the First Friday activities at Two Rivers Gallery and Gallery 4 South in Down town Wenatchee, there was one TRG artist notably absent. That being one Martha Flores. While the rest of us were enjoying the new art at the galleries and imbibing in just at bit of that red and white fruit of the vine and eating hors d’ oeuvres, Martha was cranking out 20 free portraits per ...