Cross-Eyed: A Collaborative Exhibit of Art Works and Writings by John and Leah Harper

 The exhibit, Cross-Eyed, Two Siblings/Distinct Memories by John and Leah Harper, will be on display March 9 – April 17, 2015 at the Shasta College Art Gallery. A free story telling event will be given by the artists on Thursday,… Continue Reading

Charity Event to Help Cascade Christmas: ‘The Bird Cage’

An elegant evening of fine art, wine and appetizers, “The Bird Cage” is Armando Mejorado’s 9th annual charity event, which this year will benefit the Cascade theater’s “A Cascade Christmas, A New Holiday Tradition.” The Cascade will receive 100% of… Continue Reading


Redding’s Man of Steel Streeby Reaches New Heights

Artist John Streeby has been a permanent fixture at Dennis Halkides’ new Gallery833 on Mistletoe Lane since it opened late last year. That’s where John met Joe Wong, local entrepreneur and business owner. Or rather, that’s where Joe Wong met… Continue Reading


Turtle Bay Exhibit Fueled by Fire

In California, and certainly within the north state, fire is a visceral reality and natural process of our landscape.

The subject of fire opens a wide range of possibilities for an artist. In a new exhibit at Turtle Bay Exploration Park, three dynamic Northern California artists explore a range of themes related to the topic… Continue Reading

Weekend Art Camps: Jewelry, Sculpture or Acrylic Painting

What: Jewelry Camp When: Sat. 9/25 and Sun., 9/26 – 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Cost: $35 Class Fee, and $160 Supply Fee (Paid to Instructor). Includes all supplies and lunch both days Location: Troy’s Studio In this weekend-long class… Continue Reading

Audience Gives Gardner’s Tree ‘Best of Show’

Attendees of the artists reception for Siskiyou Arts Council’s TREES show voted Jill Gardner’s mixed media sculpture with silk and sparkle, Transanimation II, pictured above, the “Best of Show” award. Jill says of her work, “I had so much fun… Continue Reading