Weaverville Art Cruise Features Humboldt Co. Artists, Wire Sculpture

AT THE MAIN STREET GALLERY

Regina Case, Elizabeth Berrien, and Rachel Schlueter

Humboldt County artists Elizabeth Berrien, Regina Case, and Rachel Schlueter will exhibit their work, at the Main Street Gallery in historic downtown Weaverville, 490 Main Street beginning Saturday, September 3. The artists’ reception will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Berrien with beginning and finished cat sculpture

All three artists have exhibited their work at the Morris Graves Museum of Art in Eureka. Berrien creates wire sculptures and illustrations of animals, humans, and inanimate objects from architectural elements to spacecraft. Berrien’s striking wire work has received many international and domestic awards for her work.

Case paints what’s around her, such as her cup of coffee, animals, the river. She pulls nature inside her paintings and fills the rooms with sunlight.

Schlueter’s paintings display a desire to experience spontaneous creativity, a fascination with melding abstract gesture with representational form with intuition and imagination.

AT 5 WINDOWS GALLERY
Woodworkers’ show

AT THE HIGHLAND ART CENTER
Side by Side: Paintings of Bruce James Davidson and Diana Wright Troxell

What: Weaverville Art Cruise
When: Saturday, Sept. 3, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Where: Downtown Weaverville

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