January 2014 Participating Venues
Arts Walk, January 3, 2014Installations through January5 – 7 PMfree
Robert Graves Gallery 1300 5th St, Wenatchee, WA (Sexton Hall, WVC off 9th St)509 682-6776http://www.robertgravesgallery.orgM: 8 - Noon & 4 – 7 pmT, W, Th: 9 am - 1 pmFirst Friday Artist Reception 5 - 7 PMPaintings of animals by retired CWU art professor Cynthia Krieble. Exploring color, light, space and the creative process, her dogs, cats and chickens retain their essence while avoiding sentimental triteness. These are bold images relating to the non-objective as much as realism.
MAC GalleryNew Music & Arts Center on WVC Campus 5th St. firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.wvc.edu/directory/departments/musicandartcenter/MAC%20Gallery.aspOpen during building hoursFirst Friday Opening Reception 5 - 7 PM"Majka Sadel:Seasons" WVC Art Instructor displays richly layered oil paintings of remembered and imagined landscapes. Colorful rhythms, semi-patterns and vague forms come together to beautifully express Sadel’s inner and outer reality.
Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center 127 South Mission St. 509-888-6240www.wvmcc.orgT-Sat: 10-4, First Fridays (FREE Admissions): 10-7In an effort to benefit our North Central Washington artists and local art collectors, and to foster a greater appreciation for collecting and displaying art in our area, the Wenatchee Valley Museum is opening a Small Artworks Gallery. The pieces in the exhibit are all less than 11 inches and priced at $100 or less.
Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce 1 S. Wenatchee Ave.509 662-2116www.wenatchee.orgM – F: 9-5, Sat - Sun: 11-5Tasting Room, Daily; 11-5First Friday Artist Reception 5 - 7 PMLance Dooley, public sculptor and visionary artist, presents drawings, paintings and schematics for recent and ongoing projects. Highlighted are the ET Pybus sculpture project and the new Veterans Tribute for Wenatchee Valley College. Visit with Lance as he talks about the process of creating public sculpture and how the public interprets it.
Caffè Mela17 N. Wenatchee Ave. 509-888-0374www.caffemela.comM,W,Th,F: 7-4, Tues Jazz Nite:‘til 9 pm, Sat - Sun: 8-4, This First Friday: Open ‘til 6 PMJanuary installation continues with the work of Wenatchee’s established professional artists, Jan Cook Mack and WVC art faculty member, Vicki DeRooy.
Lemolo Café & Deli 114 N. Wenatchee Ave. email@example.comSun-Th:11-4, F-Sat:11-8ishFirst Fridays ‘til 8-ishMartha Flores’ bold forms and saturated primary colors reference early years in Guatemala and El Salvador. Her subject matter; women, children, and family, is drawn from her experience as both a professional artist and as a family counselor.
Art on the Avenues 509-662-0059www.artontheavenues.orgEnjoy 83 sculptures, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Established in 1994, this project has helped to define a “sense of place” for Wenatchee. It has also put art in front of the community, and helped to heighten the awareness of art as an integral part of Wenatchee’s quality of life.
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