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Acclaimed Artist’s Work Spans from Argentina to America: ‘Art Saved My Life’

As the curator of  O Street Gallery, I have the pleasure of finding  artistic treasure to exhibit. Sometimes, the treasure finds me. Meet Rosa Fabrello Moore, one of O Street Gallery’s artists featured in the September 21 – January 9 exhibit.… Continue Reading

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Anatomy of a Room Makeover: ‘Oops’ Paint, Then Start With Art

Three hours of painting, $7.50 in supplies, and two hours of rearranging furniture, accessories and art equals happy twins. I’ve been involved as a designer in my twin Doni’s house since the day she bought it in 2010. What a blast… Continue Reading

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John Harper, Shasta College Art Teacher: O’ St. Gallery Will Feature Students’ Work

As curator of  O’ Street Gallery, I am pleased to speak with John Harper. He’s largely responsible for initiating the Shasta College Art Department Student Exhibit at O’ Street Gallery. The student exhibit runs from Jan. 18 to March 18. … Continue Reading

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Art on the New Antlers Bridge Project: 150 Feet in the Air

For a limited time, if you drive north on Interstate 5 from Redding, there is a rare opportunity to enjoy magnificent art – 150-feet in the air – from your vehicle during the Antlers Bridge replacement project. There, you’ll see two… Continue Reading

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O Artist: Chuck Prudhomme’s Art Captures Feelings, Places, Hidden Stories

Meet Redding artist Chuck Prudhomme. He was raised in the bush of Tanzania East Africa and Liberia West Africa, where his parents were missionaries. He returned to California to complete his last two years of High School and two years… Continue Reading