Art Walk in Mount Shasta Friday

Staff Writer
Mount Shasta Herald
“At Frog Pond” is one of Tom O'Hara's paintings on display at The Gallery in Mt. Shasta.

Local galleries and other businesses will be staying open late and offering refreshments and special deals during the Fourth Friday Art Walk from 4 to 8 p.m. May 24 in downtown Mount Shasta.

Participating for the first time will be Silk Road Chai Shop at 105 E. Alma Street and A Melo Place at 417 Chestnut Street.

The Art Roster, a class taught by Alek Balos, will hold a reception at the Public Library May 24 from 6 to 8 p.m. The exhibit, featuring 25 original, limited and open edition prints, runs until June 8. Participating artists are: Aleksander Balos, Janet Crittenden, Marga Filip, Cynthia Henderson, Shery Larson, Sharon LoMonaco, Jenny Purtle, Linda Vivas, and Lou Wandro.

Margaret Britton of Britton Stained Glass, 211 E. Alma Street, is having a moving sale with 30% off supplies and 15% off artwork.

Shambhala is offering art prints, handcrafted jewelry and gifts at the corner of Lake Street and N. Mt. Shasta Blvd.

Red Door Gallery, 326 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., will feature new photographic prints and a landscape triptych "Quarry No. 1".

The Gallery in Mt. Shasta, 201-A N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., will have some of Tom O'Hara's paintings, including At Frog Pond, featured in the photograph.

Snow Creek Studios, 416 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., is displaying works by Glenn Heath and Siskiyou Arts Council Gallery, 418 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., will have an opening reception for the 'Spirit of Patriotism' group exhibit.

Also participating are Alpine Originals, BlueStarChild Gallery, Dolphin Star Gallery & Gifts, Kevin Lahey Photography, and Tim Corcoran Photography.

For more information, see or or contact Siskiyou Arts Council at 938-0130.