Many visual delights on Mount Shasta's Friday Art Walk path
Mount Shasta’s Fourth Friday Art Walk scheduled for June 27 from 4 to 8 p.m. will feature visual art in many mediums, drinks and snacks, and a raffle for two Shastayama Taiko Festival tickets.
Stops on the walk – look for the red and yellow balloons – are Snow Creek Studios, Mei Drucker, Village Books, new participants Sereni-tea and The Fifth Season, Directions, Alpine Originals, Oven Bakery, and The Gallery.
Local artist Anne Kinkade’s encaustics, oils, watercolors, giclée prints are featured at Snow Creek Studios. You’ll be able to sign up for Kinkade’s Introduction to Encaustic class that is scheduled for August. A raffle drawing will be held for two tickets to Shastayama, scheduled for July 26 at Shastice Park.
Right around the corner, Mei Drucker will be displaying her newest line of abstract paintings.
Continue south to Village Books where employee Dave Sjostedt will be showing his photographs. Sjostedt discovered photography with the advent of the digital camera. He purchased his first camera, a 2 megapixel compact, 10 years ago which he has taken on many remote hikes in our area.
Across the street, new participant Sereni-tea is hosting jeweler Jane Rothenberg. Rothenberg uses natural elements and gemstones, as well as copper and brass in her handcrafted designs. She is inspired by the infinite forms, colors and textures of the mineral kingdom and natural world.
Chris Schneider will be the showcased artist at Directions. Schneider has worked in most traditional forms of sculpture, jewelry, drawing and woodworking. He is currently working in nature-based assembly pieces and wood carving.
Alpine Originals is excited to have Clarann Bjers of Glass Elegance showing off her infused and lampwork glass, which she has recently been incorporating into her mixed media pieces, adding a new dimension to her creativity.
Another new Art Walk member is The Fifth Season, who will be featuring the Mount Shasta Print Collective: Pat Satariano, Joy Price, Betty Watson, Jennifer Pentrack, Emily Clauson and Colette Urquhart. Prints and mixed media works will be on display and a portion of the sales will be donated to Rescue Ranch.
Take a break at the Oven Bakery before continuing to The Gallery where Lori Garfield’s “Animal Lover” oil paintings and prints will be displayed.
Refreshments and snacks will be served. For more information visit the Mount Shasta 4th Friday Art Walk Facebook page.