Multiple art receptions will take place in downtown Mount Shasta on Friday April 27, between 4 and 8 pm.

This event is taking place monthly and year round on each 4th Friday.

Participating galleries are: Alpine Originals, Atelier Gallery, Britton Stained Glass Studio, The Gallery In Mount Shasta (Black Bear Building), Kevin Lahey Gallery, Red Door Gallery, Siskiyou Arts Council Gallery & Cultural Center and Tim Corcoran Gallery. The receptions will feature original art and prints by a variety of local artists, and will offer light food and refreshment to visitors.

“Alpine Originals is pleased to have Leona Nelson joining us as our featured artist for the 4th Friday Art Walk from 4-8pm. Leona's imaginative pine needle baskets incorporate many elements including gourds, wood bowls, antlers, feathers, beads, shells and native american carved fetishes. Also, joining us will be Ted and Susan Hougan of Diplicous offering tasting of their artisan dip mixes.  You may have had the pleasure of trying the Diplicous artisan dip mixes at some of the local farmer's markets and faires.”

Atelier Gallery – Atelier Gallery will feature 10 local artists, all painters from Aleksander Balos Atelier in Mt. Shasta. The show is titled "Phase 3" and will feature paintings in acrylic and oil, realism to abstract. The reception will take place 4-8pm at 406 S Mt. Shasta Blvd.

Britton Stained Glass Studio – Inspirational works now on display at Britton Stained Glass. The reception will take place 4-8 pm at 211 East Alma Street.

The Gallery in Mount Shasta (Black Bear Building). will present an exhibit titled "Calling All Angels" featuring paintings by Lesa Michel and Wisper Krimmer. The reception will take place 4-7 pm at 201 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd.

Kevin Lahey Gallery will present photography by Kevin Lahey. The gallery is located 304 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd.

Red Door Gallery will present recent sculpture, paintings and prints by artist Finley Fryer; fine art prints by photographer Heinz Danzberger; and fine art prints of Lewis Meyers’ furniture creations, in conjunction with Meyers' final show at Turn of the Century Fine Art Gallery in Weed (which opens May 5). Red Door Gallery/Studio Liink is located at 326 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd.

Siskiyou Arts Council Gallery & Cultural Center invites the public to the upcoming eARTh Day Environmental Art show opening reception on April 27, 5-8pm. This multi-media show celebrates recycling, reusing, nature and ecology in all forms and is currently running through May 7. Join SAC staff, volunteers, and members for refreshments and a chance to meet the artists and jurors, vote on Best of Show, and enter for a chance to win in the "Litter Lotto!”. Lotto winners will choose from beautifully wrapped prizes that will include (but are not limited to) environmental trinkets and baubles, as well as lovingly-wrapped litter items. The gallery is located 418 A North Mt. Shasta Blvd.

Tim Corcoran Gallery will display Tim Corcoran Nature Photography and Fine Art Gallery will feature Tim’s brilliant, slide film photography images, Julie Boettler’s nature and earth inspired sculptures, Nadine Aiello’s beautiful jewelry and Chris Schneider’s mixed media art work. Refreshments will be served.The gallery is located at 105 E. Lake Street.

All receptions will run simultaneously on Friday, April 27th, and are free and open to the public.