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Table of
2011 • Volume 25 • Number 1
Contents
President / Publisher Feature Articles
Gregg Gardiner Romano Gabriel Sculpture Garden...........7
Creative Director The Eureka Symphony..................................11
Denise Comiskey Humboldt Botanical Gardens....................17
Editorial Director Linda Wise, Art of Reuse....................... 22-23
Anthony Welch Los Bagels.........................................................24
Advertising & Marketing Director Humboldt Brews.............................................29
Mary Smith Andy Westfall, Humboldt Heartland.........37
Cover Art
Fisherman Memorial on Woodley Island
photo by Denise Comiskey Jack Sewell and his sculpture Pas de Deux.
See his and other artists’ profiles
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This entire publication is Copyrighted 2011 by CHC Corp. Morris Graves Museum of Art....................................................................44-47
Printed by Barlow Printing, Inc.
The Benefits of Being Involved........................................................................47
Eureka.......................................................................................................................... 8-26
Morris Graves Museum of Art
Mural and Sculpture Map.....................................................................................8
636 F Street • Eureka, CA 95501 Arts Organizations..........................................................................................12-16
707-442-0278 • fax 707-442-2040
www.humboldtarts.org North Coast Open Studios................................................................................13
STAFF First Saturday Night Arts Alive!..................................................................18-21
Jemima Harr Janice Hand Local Farmers’ Markets........................................................................................26
Executive Director-Curator Art Educator Arcata.........................................................................................................................27-31
Rebecca Cacciari Kacie Flynn
Programs Manager Museum Assistant/ Art Associations...............................................................................................28-30
Amanda Hofstra Facility Coordinator Arts! Arcata..............................................................................................................31
Assistant Curator Pat Carter
Archivist Hwy 299 & Hwy 96................................................................................................32-33
The Humboldt Arts Council staff wishes to thank the board Blue Lake, Willow Creek, Hoopa
of directors, docents and all volunteers who make our Dell’Arte....................................................................................................................33
programs possible. We couldn’t do it without you!
Northern Humboldt County.............................................................................34-35
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
McKinleyville, Westhaven, Trinidad
Sally Arnot, President/CEO
Jim Lowry, Vice President Eel River Valley........................................................................................................36-37
Gale Williams, Secretary • David K. Monroe, Treasurer Scotia, Rio Dell, Fortuna, Ferndale, Loleta
Julie Alderson, Karen Angel, Julia Bednar, Sally Biggin,
Lora Canzoneri, Larry Eitzen, Ahn Fielding, Eric Furman, Avenue of the Giants...........................................................................................38-39
Peggy Irvine, Frances Kuta, Noelle Marak Garberville, Redway, Myers Flat
Sheila Marks, Betty Osborne, Lucy Quinby Wines & Wineries...................................................................................................40-41
ADVISORY BOARD Fairs & Festivals......................................................................................................42-43
James M. Anderson, Glenn Berry, Rena Christensen
Martha Clague, John Dalby, Nancy Flemming Indigenous Heritage & Culture..............................................................................48
Gregg Gardiner, Cheri Geiser, JoAnn Hanson Humboldt County Museums..................................................................................48
Beverly Harper, Dan Harper, Bill McClendon Profiles of Humboldt County’s Artists & Artisans......................................49-53
Sanderson Morgan, Cathy Ray Pierson
Leslie Kenneth Price, Peggy Schmidbauer, Don Smullin
Lane Strope, Karen Sullivan Welcome to the 18th Annual Palette Magazine!
EMERITUS MEMBERS For the past 18 years The Palette magazine has been the leading guide to
Floyd Bettiga, Muriel Dinsmore, Robert Yarber art and cultural resources in Humboldt County. With more artists per capita
than any other county in the state, Humboldt County boasts an abundance
FOUNDING DIRECTOR
Dr. Homer Balabanis
of museums, galleries, dance companies, writers, poets, film makers, theatre
groups, musicians and cultural events. Residents and visitors alike can
2011 Morris Graves Museum of Art Hours:
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enjoy the many opportunities to take part in the arts, and this edition of
The Palette highlights them all. Save this guide as your arts and culture
The Humboldt Arts Council appreciates the generous reference for the whole year and support the wonderful sponsors and
support of all the local businesses that have chosen to
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arts in our community. (707) 443-1234. Enjoy all that the arts have to offer!
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The Humboldt Arts Council
Celebrating Art in
Humboldt County
for 45 Years!

T
he Humboldt Arts Council has reached a milestone this year—
45 years as Humboldt County’s largest multidisciplinary arts
organization! Planned is a full year of celebrations including
honoring past Board Members, Volunteers, and Artists who have sup-
ported the efforts of the HAC in bringing the arts fully into commu-
nity life.
As part of this year-long celebration, the Humboldt Arts Council Morris Graves Museum, painting by Jim McVicker
has compiled 45 years of archival materials featuring ephemera from
exhibitions, events and programs that have made the arts a vital part As the central arts agency in Humboldt County
of Humboldt County over the past four and a half decades. Interested
in exploring our history? View the archives by appointment by call- and the designated State/Local Partner of the
ing (707) 442-0278. California Arts Council, the Humboldt Arts
Each quarter in 2011 the Humboldt Arts Council will be raffling
off wonderful works of art by local artists. Purchase tickets for $10 Council has the privilege of providing leadership,
each and throw your hat in the ring to add to your collection! Tickets programs and services to enhance the presence
are available for purchase at the Morris Graves Museum of Art and
all proceeds from the raffle go to benefit the many programs of the and vitality of the arts in all our lives.
Humboldt Arts Council, including the Morris Graves Museum of Art.
Each Quarterly Raffle will be held during First Saturday Night Arts
Alive! in April, July, October and December.
Join us throughout the year for exciting exhibitions featuring
well-known local artists as well as exhibitions from across the county,
and at Third Sunday Jazz Jams at the Morris Graves Museum of Art.
Be a part of the arts this year and celebrate the 45th Anniversary
of the Humboldt Arts Council!

2011 Events
at the Morris Graves Museum of Art

February First Saturday Night Arts Alive!


with Kick-Off of the Humboldt Arts Council
45th Anniversary Celebration
March Appraisal Faire, Collector’s Sale
April Art History Lecture Series
& Quarterly Raffle
May Celebration of the Arts
June Romano Gabriel Exhibition
photo by Kathy Blanchard
July Art History Lecture Series, Quarterly Raffle
August Eureka Chamber of Commerce Mixer One of the original pieces of public art to be placed in
at the Morris Graves Museum of Art the City of Eureka is The Fisherman, a sculpture on Woodley
Island at Humboldt Bay. This Fisherman’s Memorial was cre-
September Collectors Auction ated by renowned artist Dick Crane, and sponsored through
October Art History Lecture Series, Quarterly Raffle community donations by the Commercial Fishermen’s Wives
of Humboldt. It was dedicated in 1981. Part of Humboldt Arts
November Holiday Sale Council’s permanent collection, they are the caretakers of the
statue. Its location and size make it easily seen from the Water-
December Holiday Sale, Season of Giving
front Boardwalk in Old Town Eureka. The sculpture commem-
& Quarterly Raffle
orates the mariners who have lost their lives at sea, honoring
Visit www.humboldtarts.org for more information those “whom the sea sustained...and those it claimed.”

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The Folk Art
of Romano
Gabriel
by Athena Koumis

The Wooden Sculpture Garden of Romano Gabriel is located at 315 Second St.
in Old Town Eureka. Usually you can view this work of art through glass doors,
but when the doors are open, a couple times a year during First Saturday Night
Arts Alive!, you can truly appreciate the intricate workmanship Gabriel put into
each and every piece.  photos by Denise Comiskey

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t is said that Italian immigrant and folk artist Romano Gabriel a carpenter and gardener, but keeping mostly to himself. At the age
once expressed Eureka, California, was “a bad place for flow- of 50, Gabriel felt compelled to create sculptural forms out of wood-
ers.” As a carpenter and gardener with strong connections to en vegetable crates to fill the void not only on his lawn, but also in
his homeland, culture and various social and political issues, Gabriel himself. This void resulted from his increasing dissatisfaction in living
viewed the front lawn of his home on Pine St. in Eureka with a dis- what most would call an “ordinary” or “normal” life as prescribed by
tinct and unique vision. He saw this traditionally designated space American social scripts and ideals. Gabriel harnessed his knowledge
for pleasantries such as flowers as an environment not only serving of hand tools from furniture and house construction with his cre-
as a greeting area for the eyes, but also as a space to display art ob- ative energy to fill his 30 foot by 60 foot front lawn with a multitude
jects exposing the inner workings of his imaginative and personal of brightly painted sculptural figures and forms made from wooden
world. Gabriel found that forgoing a typical social life and living a crate materials.
largely introverted lifestyle as beneficial to his craft, providing him Gabriel’s work is distinguishable both by its quantity and quality,
with solitude and concentration for his art making. The resulting not to mention his persistent dedication to his craft. At the age of 80,
three decades of devotion to his creative vision led to a fantastic col- the artist put the final touches to his work, and by this time the sculp-
lection of hundreds of wooden human and animal figures within a tural garden had become a tourist attraction, garnering national and
highly complex and ornate sculptural environment, now known as international attention. In 1967, the artist passed away and the Cali-
the Sculpture Garden of Romano Gabriel. fornia Arts Council immediately designated the sculptural garden as
Gabriel’s beginnings in the United States date back to 1913 an important piece of folk art. The Romano Gabriel Sculpture Garden
when the artist left his homeland of Mura, Italy, at the age of 26 and in its current preserved state at 315 Second St. in Old Town Eureka is
headed to America in search of a new life and opportunities. After made possible through the efforts of the Vellutini Family, individual
serving in World War II, Gabriel settled in Eureka on Pine St. in a home donations, the Eureka Heritage Society, the City of Eureka, and by a
which he had built himself. He lived what neighbors and commu- grant from the Humboldt Area Foundation.
nity members characterized as a largely introverted life, working as www.eurekaheritage.org

“Gabriel’s Garden” Premieres June 2011


In 2010, North Coast Dance received a $25,000 grant from The James Irvine Foundation to create a
dance/theater piece based on the life and work of internationally recognized Eureka folk art sculpture
artist Romano Gabriel. The production is titled, “Gabriel’s Garden,” and will premiere June 2011. Ga-
briel’s Garden will bring these sculptures to life. North Coast Dance will be working with the Humboldt
Arts Council and Eureka Heritage Society to mount a simultaneous exhibition of Romano Gabriel’s work
at the Morris Graves Museum of Art in Eureka.
North Coast Dance is a non-profit organization devoted to the promotion and development of
dance in the North Coast community, and presents performances in cooperation with Eureka’s Ar-
kley Center for the Performing Arts. For more information, call (707) 442-7779 or visit their website:
www.northcoastdance.org.

photo by Carol Eckstein Garvey

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What do these people have in common?

the art of giving


Right now, St. Joseph
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complete its new state-
of-the-art patient care
tower by the end of 2011,
and Redwood Memo-
rial is currently revising
its master facilities plan.
Leaving a lasting impres-
Betty and Gene Senestraro are supporting the new sion on the community
tower through a Charitable Remainder Trust. through a bequest to
St. Joseph or Redwood
Memorial Hospital is a
wonderful way you can
create a better future for
future generations.
Jerry Carlson is supporting the Blue-
print for Excellence through a Retained There are many dif-
Life Estate gift. ferent ways to support
the hospitals: through
charitable gift annuities, wills and bequests, retained life estate
Robert and Mary Johnson are making their pledge gifts, charitable remainder trusts and much more. Each way of
over a period of several years.
giving has different advantages, including significant tax sav-
ings and deductions, avoidance of capital gains taxes and more.
Supporting St. Joseph Hospital’s Northeast Tower and Redwood Memorial Hospital is more than just a gift to
the hospitals – it’s an investment in the future of Humboldt County, and ensures your legacy has a positive impact
on the community for years to come.

To learn more about planned giving options through the St. Joseph Hospital Foundation
or Redwood Memorial Foundation, call (707) 269-4200.

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Eureka
H
umboldt County is a center of creative energy boasting
more artists per capita than anywhere in California. The
region is home to writers, visual artists, musicians, actors,
dancers and filmmakers, many of whom have garnered national and
international acclaim. Artists find the North Coast naturally sup-
ports their creative pursuits by providing a backdrop of untouched
landscapes, a colorful multi-cultural population and the slow pace
of life that only a rural environment can offer. At the heart of this
beautiful artists’ community is Eureka.
Named one of the top small art towns in John Villani’s book
The 100 Best Small Art Towns in America, Eureka is an exciting place
for any art lover. With the amazing support the town offers to local
artists, there is an abundance of art—be it outdoor art in the form
of murals on the walls of buildings, the array of abstract sculptures
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phony as “a live and vibrant organism with
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ince its beginning in 1992, this all-community orchestra has and listens to a myriad of recordings to de-
grown to presently include 74 members. Members are com- velop a diverse and interesting selection of
prised of Humboldt County natives and others who have moved music for each season. While receiving many
Carol Jacobson
here from all over the country. Some of the musicians are profession- suggestions as to which pieces the Eureka Conductor
als who earn their living composing, playing or conducting. Others Symphony should perform, the final decision
are neighbors who are dedicated to bringing music into their homes rests with her. Approximately three weeks before the first rehearsal,
and communities. Over half of the members live outside Eureka, trav- the music is sent out to all participants to begin their independent
elling to rehearsals and performances from Willow Creek, Miranda, practices. Six weeks before performance, the group comes together
Whitethorn, Salmon Creek, Redway, Hydesville and Trinidad. for rehearsals.
From 1992 to 2006, the Eureka Symphony performed in various
venues, including a church sanctuary and high school auditoriums. Eureka Symphony
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with the Arkley Center for the Performing Arts. Having a permanent, 2011 Concert Series
stable home in this world-class venue has been a key factor in the
organization’s growth. The high quality and caliber of participating Youth Concert
musicians can also be attributed to Carol Jacobson.
Since 2003 Jacobson has been the Musical Director and Conduc-
Friday, February 4, 8 p.m.
tor of the Eureka Symphony. She brings extraordinary talent and vast Saturday, February 5, 2 p.m.
musical experience to the organization. An accomplished cellist, Ja- Guest Donald Forrest returns to narrate a tall tale set
cobson earned her bachelor’s degree at Humboldt State University, to music. Plus enjoy George Bizet’s Carmen Suite,
with further studies at the Salzburg Mozarteum, The Royal Danish Fantasia on Welsh Nursery Tunes by Grace Williams,
Conservatory and the Netherlands Royal Conservatory in the Hague. and Themes from Jurassic Park by John Williams.
Jacobson was a member of the Netherlands National Ballet Orches-
tra in Amsterdam, the Netherlands Radio Symphony, the Oslo Opera Spring Concert
Orchestra, the Netherlands Strijkers Ensemble, and the North Coast Friday and Saturday, April 8 & 9, 8 p.m.
Chamber Players. In the past, Jacobson was conductor of the Hum-
boldt State University Orchestra and directed the Humboldt Music Flutists Jill Petricca and Laura Snodgrass join forces
Academy for eight years. Currently, Jacobson teaches studio cello at for the delightful and dramatic Duettino on Hungarian
Humboldt State University, is the Director of Orchestra and Choir at Themes Op. 36 by Franz Doppler. Also Levenzomer,
Fantasy for Orchestra Op. 21 by Johan Wagenaar
and Beethoven’s Symphony #6, The Pastoral.

Final Concert
Friday and Saturday, May 20 & 21, 8 p.m.
A performance full of delight in the pulsing strings,
percussion and trumpet cadenzas of Deep Summer
Music by Libby Larsen. Virginia Ryder on saxophone
will be joined by Jonathon Kipp on vibraphone, as
featured soloists in Escapades by John Williams.
And help us celebrate spring into summer with Tchai-
kovsky’s beloved 5th Symphony in E Minor.
For tickets, call (707) 442-1956.
For more information visit: www.EurekaSymphony.com
photos courtesy of The Eureka Symphony

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Eureka Art and Culture San Francisco Opera Center Singers. 442 First St., Eureka 95501 Humboldt County’s leading arts
Commission Eureka Main Street 446-6363 agency.
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Call: The Ink People Eureka 95501 · 442-9054 learning environment into the heart Foundation
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(the gardens are located just north Instantaneous Theater
of the College of the Redwoods Main
Campus) Providing educational
Company
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opportunities for the community 499-1131
as it works to create the Humboldt After-school drama program involves Tour 150 Humboldt County artist studios from Redway to
Botanical Gardens. kids from 11 to 18 years old in every Orick and everywhere in between during the 13th annual
Humboldt Docent Council aspect of live theater. Each 10-week
North Coast Open Studios to be held June 4-5 and 11-12,
636 F St., Eureka 95501 session culminates in a performance
of a musical play.
2011. Artists open their doors to the public to show their art
442-0278, ext. 204
and crafts. For more information about North Coast Open
www.humboldtarts.org Inter-Tribal Coalition
for Cultural Continuity & Studios, call Taffy Stockton at (707) 834-6460, or go online at
Organization of volunteers sharing
the love of art in schools, and the Institute of Native Knowledge www.northcoastopenstudios.com.
Morris Graves Museum of Art. 517 Third St., Suite 36
Humboldt Handweavers & Eureka 95501
Spinners Guild 442-8413 (The Ink People)
P.O. Box 370, Arcata 95518 www.instituteofnative
599-2729 • www.hhsguild.org knowledge.org
Promotes textile arts through classes www.julianlang.com
and exhibitions. Meets 2nd Thursday www.inkpeople.org
each month in Eureka, 7-9 p.m., Provides arts workshops for Native
Sept. – June. Call for location. Americans.
Humboldt Woodworkers Guild North Coast Casting
www.woodguild.com #7 Fifth St., Eureka 95501
Supports local woodworkers. 442-0952
The Ink People Center www.northcoastcasting.com
for the Arts Casting company formed in response
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Coordinates over 40 programs, local talent for production companies
exhibitions, ongoing classes & filming in Northern California. Bob and Donna Sellers, courtesy of www.northcoastopenstudios.com
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several other completeness of and gentle critique. Member exhibits
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or payment of advertisement. Color represented on this proof may differ slightly from theRepertory
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Humboldt Botanical Gardens but the native plantings also include the
ethnobotany of many local plants.
While the Lost Coast Brewery Native

Growing
Plant Garden shows how native plants can
be used in a landscape, the Wildberries Nat-
ural Riparian Area features the use of native

Art from the


plants in a coastal riparian wetland with a
perennial stream running through it. Resto-
ration of this area is an ongoing challenge

Grassroots
to remove invasive plants and enhance the
natural attributes of a riparian area. Willows,
flowering currants (Ribes sanguneum), red

Level alders and other natives reflect the natural


diversity of our region. As you explore the
garden, you can imagine what our area was
Story and Photos courtesy of like hundreds of years ago.
Humboldt Botanical Gardens Foundation Named after Larry Moss, one of the
original visionaries behind the HBG, the

T
wenty years ago, a few enthusiastic dreamers believed our Moss Family Temperate Woodland Garden features a range of plants
region needed a botanical garden. Today that dream is well from the temperate zones of our planet. With mild temperatures,
on its way to fulfillment. While most botanical gardens are wet winters and cool, dry summers, many plants flourish here that
publicly funded or donated in a mature state to a botanical foun- cannot thrive in most parts of the world. In the Moss Family Temper-
dation or educational institution, the Humboldt Botanical Garden ate Woodland Garden you will find many rhododendrons including
(HBG) is a grassroots garden grown through the generosity of our examples from the Maddeniis family which are considered “ten-
local community. Designed by renowned landscape architect, Ron der” rhododendrons. Other plants found here are Himalayan blue
Lutsko, the HBG is the only botanical garden in Humboldt, Del Norte poppy, magnolias, dogwoods, trilliums and a dove tree. The Wollemi
and Trinity counties. Pine (Wollemia nobilis) resides in the Temperate Woodland Garden.
The HBG is a place where families of all ages can relax and ex- Once thought to be extinct until its discovery in 1994 in Sydney
perience the wonders of nature. It is a work in progress on 44.5 Australia’s Blue mountains, the Wollemi Pine is one of the oldest
acres with five major gardens and many trails completed. HBG is and rarest of trees in existence.

The All Happy Now living sculpture


a safe place to explore and learn in an atmosphere where plants, Peter Santino’s All Happy Now sculpture is featured at the south-
nature and the environment can truly come alive. Besides their ern end of the garden. A 100 foot diameter earth and grass ziggurat
beauty, botanical gardens play a complex role and require more composed of two slowly rising and expanding spiral ramps, All Hap-
vigilance to maintain than the typical ornamental display garden. A py Now is intended to be walked on in the manner of the medita-
botanical garden is a living museum typified by strict adherence to tion labyrinths found in churches and cathedrals. A living sculpture,
professional horticultural and ethical codes. All Happy Now is a hands on art piece for all ages to enjoy.
The first completed garden to greet you as you enter HBG is the Whether you just need a break from a hectic day, want to pic-
Dedekam Ornamental Terrace Garden. It is a showcase garden de- nic with your family or need a safe place to hike, the HBG is a must
signed using a rainbow spectrum of colors moving from the bright destination. It is also a great place to get information on plants that
reds to the cool blues and whites. The garden changes with the grow in our climate and inspire you with new ideas to take home
seasons using colorful perennials and shrubs to welcome visitors. to your own yard.
Flanking the Ornamental Terrace Garden are a rose and a heather The Garden is located next to College of the Redwoods just
garden which mirror the rainbow effect of the main garden. south of Eureka. Take the north College of the Redwoods entrance
The Lost Coast Brewery Native Plant Garden provides visitors and you will see signs leading you to the HBG.
with examples of how native plants can be aesthetically integrat- The Humboldt Botanical Garden is a member of the American
ed and used to conserve resources as well as provide a beautiful Horticultural Society Reciprocal Admissions Program. It is open ev-
landscape. The native plant garden consists of grasses, iris, shrubs ery Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and during the week by
and trees native to our region prior to October 12, 1492. The plants appointment. The garden is ADA compliant and an electric car is
emphasize the Humboldt County region, but include plants in the available for tours. Admission is $5 for nonmembers over the age of
range of the Rogue River in Oregon to the north shore of San Fran- 12. Members and children are free. Call (707) 442-5139 or visit the
cisco Bay. Information about all plants in the garden is documented, web: www.hbgf.org
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Eureka Arts Alive!
THE First Saturday Night Arts Alive!
No matter what the weather, art enthusiasts crowd Old Town and downtown Eureka for the first

EUREKA Saturday of the month during Arts Alive! Over 70 local merchants participate in the three-hour art
walk from 6 to 9 p.m. Art lovers, residents and visitors roam the streets, wandering from venue to
venue stopping for coffee, catching up with old friends, discussing art and listening to the many artists

MALL
providing music and entertainment along the way. First Saturday Night Arts Alive! is co-sponsored by
Eureka Main Street, Humboldt Arts Council and US Bank. Specific Arts Alive! listings are available each
month in the North Coast Journal and the Times-Standard. www.eurekamainstreet.org

Venues
Winco Foods
* All area codes are (707) unless noted.
Information and venues are subject to
Blockbuster Video change; for an updated listing, visit:
www.eurekamainstreet.org
Michael’s Arts
and Crafts Alirose Boutique
228 F St. • 445-2727
CVS/ Pharmacy www.aliroseboutique.com
All Under Heaven
Staples Office 212 F St. • 444-2936
American Indian Art and
Supply Gift Shop No Barking Any Time, 426 F St. between 4th and 5th
241 F St. • 445-8451 mural by Duane Flatmo and Rural Burl Mural Bureau students
photo by Doug Noble
Tuesday Morning www.americanindianonline.com
Amigas Burritos Arkley Center for the Avalon
Cosmo Prof 317 Fifth St. • 443-3373 Performing Arts Third & G Sts. • 445-0500
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Subway 610 F St. • 443-9113 www.arkleycenter.com Baa Baa Sheepskin
218 F St. • 442-2655
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Old Town An!que Ligh!n" Bayfront Restaurant
North Valley Bank F Street Plaza • 443-7489
Bella Baskets
Provident Central Featuring the work 412 Second St. • 444-2823
of local artists www.bella-baskets.com
Credit ✦ Belle Starr
Join us for 405 Second St. • 441-1296
Happy Donuts Arts! Alive Bigfoot Computers and
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of 2nd & F Bon Boniere
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707-267-5439 oldtownantiquelighting.com
800 West
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Booklegger
402 Second St. • 445-1344
EUREKA ART & FRAME CO.
Harris Judged Best in America
Buhne Art Studios
207 G St., Second Floor
C Street Hall Gallery
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127 F St. • 268-0900
Cloud Nine Humboldt Arts Council at www.linencloset.com
632 Second St. • 445-3226 Morris Graves Museum of Art Little Shop of Hers
The publisher will not be responsible for any errors, the client
Coco & Cuvee 636 F St. • 442-0278 416 Second St. • 441-9078
assumes full responsibility for accuracy and completeness
531 Third St. • 442-2662 www.humboldtarts.org Livella Studios PRESENTED
of information,
Humboldt Bay andKeeper
for payment of advertisement.
120 Second St.Color
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actual
BY
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www.humboldtbaykeeper.org 1436 Second St. • 443-7399
Dannilynn’s Shoe Boutique Humboldt Carpet Showroom www.lgheureka.com
527 Third St. • 497-6187 2nd and G Sts. • 442-0291
www.humboldtcarpetshowroom.com continued next page
Discovery Museum
Third and F Sts. • 443-9694

STUDIO
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www.discovery-museum.org Accessories
Empire Squared Antiques Experience Historic
47 W. Third St. • 445-9050
www.empiresquared.com
Art Galleries
& Museums Old Town and Downtown
Eskra Insurance
622 Second St. • 444-8080
Automotive
Bakeries
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Paintings by Local Artists

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Eureka Books Bay Cruises
One of theOpen
last preserved
During Arts Alive!
426 Second St. • 444-9593 Beauty Salons / Spas
downtowns in California
and ence Historic
Experi Town &
www.eurekabooksellers.com Books
Eureka Concert and Candy Shops
Fridays & Saturdays, Old own
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Film Center Carriage Rides
612 F St. • 442-2970 Clothing 1-5pm
www.eurekatheater.org Coffee Houses
Eureka Old Glass House
& Antiques
707.442.5656 • 717 3rd Street • Eureka
Delis
Festivals / Events
604 F St. • 442-5120 Gift Shops
The Center of Commerce Eureka Main Street
First Street Gallery Grocery Stores NEW and Culture Since 1850 525 Second Street
LO C
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223 Second St. • 441-9570 Live Theater eurekamainstreet.org
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Lodging
Graystone Jewelers Music Sat 10-5pm
First and E Sts. • 442-1232
Restaurants
www.graystonejewelers.com
Second Hand Shops A TO I STREETS • WATERFRONT TO EIGHTH
Has Beans Shoes
738 Second St. • 442-1535
Wonderful
Eureka Main Street • 525 Second Street
www.hasbeans.com Suite 105 • Eureka, CA 95501
Architecture
Healthsport by the Bay (707)
616 Second •St.
442-9054 (FAX) 442-9154
~ Old Town Eureka
423 First St. • 268-8220 www.eurekamainstreet.org
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Lost Coast Brewery, Sacred Palace - Bikram Yoga -
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438 Second St. • 445-0455
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Linda Wise:
just off Fifth Street. She worked on the piece for months. The horse
helped her work through her father’s death and the emotions that
came with it. “Art is healing. The piece just kept getting bigger and
bigger,” stated Wise. Ultimately, the piece needed a name. As luck

Redefining
would have it, she found a Breyer horse toy in the trash. The pack-
age containing the toy featured the horse’s name and history. That
particular horse figure was named Bucephalus, after Alexander the

the Art
Great’s horse. The name fit perfectly.
Wise grew up in an artistic family. Her father was an architect
by profession and an excellent charcoalist and watercolorist. Her
mother is an art collector. Both parents fostered her and her sister’s

of Reuse artistic talents from an early age. The family spent many summers
in Mendocino enjoying the abundant art community.
Wise started working in clay with master potter, Sasha Mc-
Coffkin of the Mendocino Art Center, later studying oil painting at
by Mary Smith Lafayette Forge in Contra Costa County. She also worked for UC
Berkeley and it was there that she started taking environmentally
based classes. Wise moved to Humboldt County in the early 1990’s
photo by Mary Smith
to continue her education at Humboldt State University. She re-
ceived her degree in fisheries with a master’s in wastewater man-

I
t has been said, “One person’s trash is another person’s trea- agement. Working as a regulator and environmental health special-
sure”. This certainly holds true for artist, Linda Wise. She works ist led to a job in waste management.
at Recology Humboldt County providing waste management Wise is a member of Eureka Main Street’s Public Art Commit-
for the city of Eureka. According to Wise, “It takes a creative mind to tee. The committee worked with the Eureka Arts and Culture Com-
work with waste. I can’t look at this stuff without wanting to make mission and the City of Eureka to feature rotating artists and their
something out of it.” sculpture at the “C” Street Market Square, a newly opened exten-
Best known locally for her sculptures made out of reused sion of Eureka’s beautiful boardwalk. Wise hopes that neighbors
materials, including: tools, garbage truck parts and garbage bins. and city governments throughout the area take notice and realize
Wise donates, on average four pieces of art annually to the local how important the arts are in our communities.
community. Her most public sculpture in Eureka is “Bucephalus,” Future plans for Linda Wise include continued work on her
the dynamic horse sculpture located on the north-end of Eureka, sculptures and a group show in Gualala in September, 2011 with

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local artists: Stock and Rachel Schlueter, Jim McVicker, Terry Oats,
Kathy O’Leary, Peter Zambas, Regina Case and John King. Linda is
also included in an article about Eureka’s art scene in the February
2011 issue of Sunset magazine.
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for Eclectic Art
and Great Food
by Bill Prescott
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S
tep into Los Bagels Bakery and Café on Second Street in Old represent Rosa Parks, Stevie Wonder, Mother Teresa, Frida Kahlo and
Town Eureka, and experience one of the great landmarks on Martin Luther King Jr., and capture the true multicultural essence
the North Coast. Los Bagels is the multicultural hot spot for of Los Bagels.
the region. Even before you taste the food, your eyes will feast on Quietly hung out of harm’s way are two rare giclee prints by
the eclectic mix of artwork adorning the walls. The Truchas Gal- Robert Cassila. Cassila illustrated the bestselling children’s book,
lery is located within the café. The name “Truchas” comes from the “Jalapeno Bagels” by Natasha Wing. This book is based on Los Bagels
Spanish word “trout.” The Gallery was named not only for Los Ba- and founder Dennis Rael. Rael grew up with a Jewish mother and
gels founder Dennis Rael’s fondness for fishing, but for the town a Latino father, celebrating customs from both sides of his family.
of Truchas, New Mexico. His multicultural upbringing in southern California inspired Rael to
Rael’s family has roots in start Los Bagels over 26 years ago. Natasha Wing’s story is based on
this beautiful region of the a boy named Pablo who can’t decide what to bring to school for
Southwest, long before his “International Day.” This book has been a best seller in children’s lit-
grandparents migrated erature, and is currently required reading for many second graders
west to California. across America. Signed copies of the book are available in the café.
Featuring a rotating se- Depending on the season, the café may be adorned with a Day
lection of the region’s best of the Dead ofrenda, a collection of Judaica from around the world,
artists, the exposed brick or even handmade tin hearts from Oaxaca, Mexico. The menu at
wall leaves plenty of room Los Bagels is as diverse as the collection of artwork. Featuring the
for large works and three tastes of Mexico combined with traditional Jewish fare, Los Bagels
dimensional displays. The offers boiled then baked bagels, along with a great selection of
other walls house a perma- toppings, including smoked turkey, lox, hummus and a wide variety
nent collection, featuring a of spreads. In the pastry case find handmade croissants, rugalah,
large three panel mural (at challah and a selection of muffins and cookies that is sure to please.
left) created by children at Serving fresh seasonal local produce, gourmet coffee and espresso,
the Equinox School in Ar- Los Bagels will delight the most discriminating palette, yet is fun
cata. Above the deli area and family friendly.
are a collection of large Los Bagels is perfect for breakfast, lunch or an afternoon treat.
caricatures originally creat- With locations at 403 2nd St. in Old Town Eureka and 1061 I St. in Ar-
ed for a Martin Luther King cata, Los Bagels is more than real bagels…it is an experience. Check
courtesy of Los Bagels
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Town Hall. These images more information. Hasta la proxima.

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Local Farmers’ Markets

Saturdays Arcata Tuesday


Arcata Plaza Farmers’ Market Potawot Farmers’ Market
Apr to Nov, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. June to Oct, Noon to 3:30 p.m.
Arcata Plaza at 7th & G Sts. 1600 Weott Wy
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Ferndale Farmers’ Market Eureka Farmers’ Market:
May to Oct, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Old Town Eureka
Francis St. at Ocean Ave. June to Oct, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
986-7230 F St. between 1st and 3rd Sts.
Rio Dell Saturday Farmers’ 441-9999 • www.humfarm.org
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Wildwood Ave. & Davis St. 12th & L Sts. • 722-4330
764-3436 Miranda Farmers’ Market
Sundays May to Oct, 2 to 5 p.m.
Trinidad Farmers’ Market Avenue Café
Arcata Farmers’ Market, photo by Anthony Welch
May to Oct, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 6743 Ave. of the Giants
Behind Murphy’s at View & Main 986-7230
Thursdays Fridays
834-8720 Shelter Cove Farmers’ Market
May to Oct
Eureka Farmers’ Market: Arcata Friday
Willow Creek Farmers’ Market Henderson Center Potawot Farmers’ Market
May to Oct, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
June to Oct, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. June to Oct, noon to 3:30 p.m.
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Arcata

Pastels on the Plaza,


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Arcata Plaza, photo by Denise Comiskey

T
he residents of the second largest city in Humboldt County Humboldt State University also houses CenterArts, bringing
fully appreciate the quality of life this college town offers notable musical and cultural entertainment to the North Coast,
them. Arcata has it all—fresh roasted organic coffees, his- with world class performances in all genres of theater, arts and
toric architecture, a Saturday Farmers’ Market on the town square, music. For tickets, call (707) 826-3928. To view the complete 2011
cooperative galleries and studios, eclectic restaurants and the en- schedule, visit: centerarts.humboldt.edu
ergy of Humboldt State University’s multi-cultural students. Arcata
is also home to hundreds of artists all contributing to the quintes-
sential art experience—even the city’s trash cans are works of art.
The Arcata Plaza, located in the center of town, serves as a
venue for many of the city’s annual events, including Arcata Main
Street’s Concerts on the Plaza, Pastels on the Plaza, the Farmers’
Market, the Arcata Bay Oyster Festival, Godwit Days, the Humboldt
International Short Film Festival, the “glorious” Kinetic Sculpture
Race and the North Country Fair. (For more events, see our listing of
fairs and festivals on pages 42-43.)
For those interested in the more cerebral side of the arts, Hum-
boldt State University offers not only a quality education, but qual-
ity art. Galleries at HSU generate exhibitions from students and the
faculty department as well as host international artworks. The The-
atre Arts department hosts many dance and theater productions
as well as the Humboldt International Short Film Festival. The Music
Department continuously schedules recitals and performances. The
community is invited to enjoy HSU arts performances, and updated
schedules can be found at www.humboldt.edu.

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Arcata Art Organizations
Arcata Artisans CenterArts The Fire Arts Center and
883 H St., Arcata 95521 • 825-9133 Humboldt State University Fire Arts Foundry
www.arcataartisans.com 1 Harpst St., Arcata 95521 520 South G St., Arcata 95521
Cooperative gallery of over 30 local 826-4411, Tickets: 826-3928 826-1445 • www.fireartsarcata.
artists, featuring fine art, fine www.humboldt.edu/centerarts com
crafts and gifts. CenterArts offers a wide range Fire Arts Gallery open daily. Offers
Arcata Interfaith Gospel Choir of music, dance, theater and studio membership and classes in
P.O. Box 171, Arcata 95518 performance art, educational ceramics and fused glass, including
822-4444 • halimah@earthlink.net opportunities for children and wheelthrowing, handbuilding,
www.arcatainterfaithgospel a commitment to supporting tile making, sculpting, and also
choir.com culturally diverse creative work. lampworking workshops.
A 70 member choir of local gospel continued page 30
vocalists inspired by the Oakland
Interfaith Gospel Choir, who have
performed for 19 years throughout
Humboldt County and beyond.
Arcata Main Street
Two Birds One Branch, by Erin Slattery 791 Eighth St., Suite 14
Arcata 95521 • 822-4500
* All area codes (707) are unless noted. www.arcatamainstreet.com
Information subject to change
In service to the community since
All Seasons Orchestra 1987 to restore, maintain and
D Street Neighborhood Center build a clean, safe and diverse
14th & D Sts., Arcata 95521 downtown; hosts Arts! Arcata on
Saturdays 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. the second Friday of each month.
443-2626 Arts in the Afternoon
A Community orchestra open to all 736 F St., Arcata 95521 • 825-2028
ages and orchestral instruments. www.cityofarcata.org/rec
The group plays a mixture of After-school arts program for teens
popular and classical pieces. offering a variety of media. David Rawlings Machine at CenterArts, photo by John Chapman,
courtesy of HSU CenterArts, www.humboldt.edu/centerarts

2011 CenterArts Performances


(winter-spring)
Flying Karamazov Brothers Bale Folclorico Da Bahia
In 4Play Thurs., March 3 • 8:00 p.m.
Thurs., Jan. 13 • 7:00 p.m. Van Duzer Theatre
Van Duzer Theatre Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats
Masters of the Acoustic Guitar: Sun., March 13 • 7:00 p.m.
Johnson, McKee & D Van Duzer Theatre
Wed., Jan. 19 • 8:00 p.m. Elizabeth Gilbert
Van Duzer Theatre Thurs., March 17 • 8:00 p.m.
State Symphony Orchestra Van Duzer Theatre
of Russia Acoustic Africa: Koite, Mtukudzi
Sun., Jan. 23 • 3:00 p.m. & Bocoum
Van Duzer Theatre Tues., March 22 • 8:00 p.m.
Mark Morris Dance Group Van Duzer Theatre
Sun., Jan. 30 • 8:00 p.m. Juilliard String Quartet
Van Duzer Theatre Wed., March 30 • 8:00 p.m.
Kodo Van Duzer Theatre
Tues., Feb. 1 • 8:00 p.m. Bela Fleck, Edgar Meyer,
Van Duzer Theatre Zakir Hussain
Tommy Emmanuel Tues., April 12 • 8:00 p.m.
Tues., Feb. 8 • 8:00 p.m. Kate Buchanan Room
Van Duzer Theatre Maceo Parker
Frank Warren of PostSecret Wed., April 20 • 8:00 p.m.
Fri., Feb. 11 • 8:00 p.m. Kate Buchanan Room
Van Duzer Theatre Masters of the Steel Drum featuring
Chris Smither Clifford Alexis
Fri., Feb. 25 • 8:00 p.m. Sat., April 30 • 8:00 p.m.
Van Duzer Theatre Van Duzer Theatre
Spamalot David Grisman Bluegrass Experience
Tues., March 1 • 8:00 p.m. Sun., May 8 • 8:00 p.m.
Van Duzer Theatre Van Duzer Theatre
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Humboldt Brews
Exploring
the Art of Beer
and Food Pairing
by Anthony Welch

H
umboldt Brews in Arcata is now offering a
beer and food pairing event once a month to
highlight the many ways of combining great
food and unique microbrews. The events will feature
live music, raffles, and a buffet in which flights of beer
will be offered individually with food combinations to
explore the many nuances of beer and food pairing.
While wine has traditionally been thought of as the
quintessential beverage for pairing with food, beer is quickly gain- depends on individual palettes. Prohibitions like the no-fish-with-
ing an appreciation of its own. Beer, mainly made from water, malted red-wine rule do not exist when pairing with beer. The main thing
barley, yeast and hops possesses a wide range of flavors, aromas and to remember is what are referred to as the three Cs—compliment,
textures. This, along with added spices, nuts, chocolate, fruits and contrast and cleanse.
vegetables within the brewing process may make beer even more Compliment – Beer complements food when its flavor profile
food friendly than wine. matches up with certain flavors in food. Delicate dishes work best
In coming up with the idea for these food and beer pairing with delicate beers, and strongly flavored foods work best with
events, Humboldt Brews owner Andy Ardell said, “Most people only assertive beers. For example the chocolate and coffee flavors of a
think of wine when you talk about food pairing. But beer has be- stout draw out similar flavors in a chocolate dessert.
come much more popular recently and these beer and food pair- Contrast – Contrasting a beer’s flavors against a dish can be
ing events are our attempt to try and educate the public about the equally satisfying and often more memorable. This occurs when the
many ways to combine and enjoy quality beer with good food.” differences in flavors between the beer and the food are accentu-
Humboldt County is fortunate enough to have some of the best ated. Often, this means pairing a light, subtle beer with an assertive,
microbreweries and most delicious local food in the country. Our spicey type of food.
award-winning breweries put out some of the most eclectic and Cleanse – Most beers work well at cleansing the palate because
tasty brews in the nation. In fact, Mad River Brewery in Blue Lake they are carbonated. They are able to slice through the heat of spicy
took home the Small Brewing Company Brewer of the Year award foods and similarly cleanse the palate of rich or heavy foods.
from the 2010 Great American Beer Festival. To find out more about the upcoming pairing events at Hum-
“Compared to other regions, Humboldt offers a variety in beer boldt Brews call (707) 826-2739 or visit their website:
that you just do not see very often,” according to Colin Garon, bar- www. humboldtbrews.com
tender at Humboldt Brews. “There is so much variation within each Humboldt County Breweries:
brew house that you could drink only local beers and not feel like Eel River Brewery, Fortuna, www.eelriverbrewing.com
you are drinking the same beer twice.” Lost Coast Brewery, Eureka, www.lostcoast.com
With nearly 40 different beers produced by the five local brew- Mad River Brewing Co., Blue Lake, www.madriverbrewing.com
eries; Eel River, Lost Coast, Mad River, Redwood Curtain and Six Riv- Redwood Curtain Brewing, Arcata, www.redwoodcurtainbrewing.com
ers (see list), there is a lot of good award-winning beer to choose Six Rivers Brewery, McKinleyville, www.sixriversbrewery.com
from. This combined with food from any of the many farmers and
artisan food producers we have in Humboldt is a definite recipe for
enjoyment. Items such as produce from Warren Creek Farms, cheese
from Cyprus Grove Chevre, beef from Humboldt Grassfed Beef,
breads from Brio and the Northcoast Bakery, and chocolate from
Venlo Chocolates, all make for interesting pairing opportunities.
In the book The Brewmaster’s Table, Garrett Oliver says, “No
matter how complex or refined the dish, whether its foie gras or a
simple sausage, there is a terrific beer out there that will provide a
perfect accompaniment. If you love food, but you know only wine,
then your trying to write a symphony using only half the notes and
half the orchestra.”
The art of beer and food pairing is to basically take the charac-
ter of the food (sweet, bitter, spicy, etc.) and either compliment or
contrast it with a beer’s flavor profile. The key is to experiment in
order to find what works.
Beer has a wide diversity of styles and flavors offering great ver-
satility when it comes to pairing. As with wine pairing, a lot really
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Arcata Art Organizations
All area codes are (707) unless noted.
Information is subject to change.

Sequoia Chamber Music


Workshop
HSU Music Dept., 1 Harpst St.
Arcata 95521 • (415) 938-7839
mail: 2523 46th Ave.
by Chris Hichcock San Francisco, CA 94116
continued from page 28 www.sequoiachambermusic.org
Humboldt State University Humboldt Capoeira Academy
Study and performance of
Humboldt Folk Dancers 1 Harpst St., Arcata 95521 550 S. G St. #31, Arcata 95521
instrumental chamber music on
Arcata Presbyterian Church www.humboldt.edu 498-6155
the HSU campus for students ages
11th and G Sts., Arcata 95521 Art Department, 826-3624 www.humboldtcapoeira.com
12-20. Two one-week sessions,
822-8045 Dept. of Theater, Film and Brazilian Martial Arts and Dance,
June 12-18 and 19-25, 2011.
www.humboldtfolkdancers.org Dance, 826-3566 in association with the Brazilian
Offering weekly international folk Music Dept., 826-3531 Cultural Arts Center and The Ink
dancing instruction and request concert line, 826-5436 People. Children & adults.
dancing, and monthly dance Produces over 90 concerts each year. KHSU 90.5 FM Arcata
parties with live music. • Reese Bullen Gallery Diverse Public Radio/
Humboldt Folklife Society 826-5814 KHSR 91.9 FM
P.O. Box 1061, Arcata 95518 Located within HSU Art Building, Crescent City-Brookings
822-5394 sponsors exhibitions of works by Humboldt State University
www.humboldtfolklife.org professional artists related to HSU 1 Harpst St., Arcata 95521
Promotes traditional music and areas of instruction, selections from Office, 826-4807
dance; bimonthly newsletter. See permanent collection and annual www.khsu.org
website for performances. exhibition of student art. Studio, 826-4805, 800-640-5911
Mix of local and national
news, information and music
programming.
Meridian Fine Art
by appointment, 826-7184 At Needlepoint, by Annie Sheppard
www.meridianfineart.net
Specializing in creative, Upstairs Art Gallery
collaborative printing services 1063 G St., Arcata 95521(inside
for publishing limited edition Umpqua Bank) • 826-9636 ext.102
reproductions, original prints www.meridianfineart.net/exhibits
and photography. Our 11 years Fine art gallery featuring Humboldt
of service has focused on the County art and photography.
discerning needs of fine artists and Ya Habibi Dance Company
photographers. P.O. Box 1086, Arcata 95518
New World Ballet 616-6876
824 L St., P.O. Box 4831 www.shoshannaland.com
Arcata 95518 • 822-4947 Middle Eastern Dance group
Multipyramids, by Brian Woida www.humboldtdance.org directed by Shoshanna.

Humboldt Glassblowers • Student Access Gallery


Classes for all ages and levels in BAYSIDE
Ballet, Contemporary Ballet, Hip Humboldt Area Foundation
815 9th St., Arcata 95521 826-4149
Hop, Creative Movement. 373 Indianola Rd., Bayside 95524
822-7420 Student-run exhibits in three
Largest selection of local glass art. campus locations: Foyer Gallery, No Limits Tap & Jazz 442-2993
Karshner Lounge, Student 1093 10th St., Arcata 95521 www.hafoundation.org
Humboldt Light Opera Co.
Business Service Building, 1st floor. 852-0922 Grant opportunities available
1482 Buttermilk Ln., Arcata 95521
www.nolimitstapandjazz.com Sept. 1 and due Nov. 1 of every year.
445-4310 • www.hloc.org • HSU Sculpture Garden
Emphasizing technical perfection More than $40,000 granted out
More than 100 major productions 9th St., Arcata 95521
and fun in a positive environment. every fall to the Arts community of
produced since 1973. Company between H & I St., behind
Tap, Jazz/Hip Hop and DanceFit, the North Coast.
program, HLO/KidCo, for youth Humboldt Glassblowers
an exercise class for adults. The Upper Studio
musical theater presentation. Rotating sculpture exhibits.
Redwood Raks 2212 Jacoby Creek Rd.,
Humboldt Music Academy • Native American Arts Gallery
World Dance Studio Bayside 95524
Humboldt State University, 826-5814
824 L St., Arcata 95521 826-7416 or 633-4303
1 Harpst St., Arcata 95521 Highlights work of contemporary
Old Creamery Building Pre-professional program.
826-3411 and traditional Native American
616-6876 Offering classes in Ballet and
www.humboldt.edu/hma artists, located on HSU campus
www.redwoodraks.com Modern for ages 8 and up, as well
Music instruction and performance in Behavioral & Social Sciences
Classes, performance / event space. as Pilates, Hip Hop and Jazz.
ensembles for students 2 to 18. Building.

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Arts! Arcata
On the second Friday of each month, All area codes
are (707) unless noted.
businesses stay open late for Arts! Arcata, Information and venues
featuring local artists working in nearly every are subject to change;
conceivable media. For an updated listing, visit:
www.artsarcata.com
*These venues are open only during regular business hours.

North Soles Footwear


853 H St. • 822-1231
Outdoor Store
737 G St. • 822-0321
www.outdoor-store.com
Plaza Design
808 G St. • 822-7732
www.plazad.com
Rebellion Tattoo Piercing
Gallery
145 G St. • 822-1002
Redwood Curtain
Brewing Company
Divine Coyote, by Allison Reed
550 South G St. # 6
826-7222
Heirloom Tomatoes, by Arlene Broyles
www.redwoodcurtainbrewing.com
Robert Goodman Winery Upstairs Art Gallery
AMPT Skate Shop Humboldt Arts Project 937 10th St. • 826-9463 1063 G St. • 826-7184
1040 H St. • 822-9500 Ironside Metal Works www.robertgoodmanwines.com www.meridianfineart.net
Arcata Artisans 900 9th St. • 667- 5333
Soul to Soul Spa US Bank*
883 H St. • 825-9133 www.humboldtartsproject.com
854 10th St. • 822-7685 953 G St. • 822-7031
www.arcataartisans.com Humboldt Outfitters www.soultosoulspa.com www.usbank.com
Arcata City Hall* 860 G St. • 822-5332
736 F St. • 822-5951 www.humboldtoutfitters.com
www.cityofarcata.org Hunter Plaid Gallery and
Arcata Exchange Studios
813 H St. • 822-0312 90 Sunny Brae Center
www.hunterplaidgallery.com
2011
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Arcata Main Street  Jambalaya Restaurant

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Big Blue Cafe Libation
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Email or fax with changes
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Mazzotti’s
791 8th St. • 822-6388
indicated and we will send 773 8th St. • 822-1900
Bubbles
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1031 H St. • 822-3450
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www.bubbles-arcata.com Moonrise Herbs 
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Cafe Brio
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Natural Selection
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Blue Lake, Willow Creek, Hoopa

Deer Lake in the Trinity Alps Wilderness, photo by Sam Camp, www.campphoto.com
www.facebook.com/pages/Camp-Photo-Photography/335456636175

A
long the banks of the wild and scenic Trinity River sits Wil- source Center, Rural Arts Guild and Gallery and Our Town Crafters
low Creek, a delightful place to stop for a cup of coffee and and Artist Association in Hayfork; along with the Highland Art Cen-
plan an expedition into Bigfoot territory. The Willow Creek ter and Trinity County Arts Council in Weaverville. Theater arts in
China Flat Museum houses an interesting collection of historical Trinity include the Brewery Barn Theater, Curtains Up Ensemble, the
artifacts from the community and surrounding area, but may be Mountain Actors Workshop, Redbud Theater in Willow Creek, the
best known for its fun collection of material relating to the Bigfoot Trinity Players and the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center.
legend. An excursion dedicated to the arts and culture of the North

T
Coast cannot be considered complete without the inclusion of art he tiny former logging town of Blue Lake rests near the banks
created by Native American tribes of the region. The Hoopa Tribal of the Mad River off Highway 299 as it heads east. Blue Lake
Museum on the Hoopa Valley Indian Reservation is dedicated to is home to a surprising number of artists, musicians, writers
preserving and sharing the rich cultural history and artistic prac- and actors. At the heart and center of its art community is Dell’Arte
tices of Native Americans of Northern California. International, a world-famous school of physical theatre. While
Willow Creek’s Studio 299 Center for the Arts is a non-profit Dell’Arte features performances at various venues throughout the
community organization devoted to the promotion and develop- year, the summer Mad River Festival is the highlight of the season.
ment of the arts in the Klamath and Trinity communities of North- This month-long extravaganza brings performers and audiences
ern California. Studio 299 offers artists a place to gather, and a way together for theatre, stories, clowning and music. It culminates with
to give back to the community with such events as the Taste of The Blue Lake Pageant where dancers, musicians and masked
Willow Creek, Christmas Craft Gallery and the Willow Creek Farm- participants take to the streets accompanied by gigantic puppets.
ers’ Market. The organization provides support for a wide variety of Also in Blue Lake, a vibrant music scene takes an energetic dance-
local artists, and is a sustaining resource for the community and the step back into tradition thanks to the Humboldt Folklife Society,
arts on the 299 corridor of Humboldt and Trinity Counties. whose mission is to teach, celebrate and encourage participation in
Other Trinity County artist organizations include the Artist Re- traditional and folk arts. Young musicians are finding an artistic outlet
and connection to tradition by performing old-time and bluegrass
music, mixing new energy with the old. Humboldt Folklife Society
not only offers an ongoing calendar of events, but opportunities for
For more information about the arts along Hwy 299, visit:
musicians to gather for jam sessions, songwriting circles and evening
Trinity Arts Council at www.tcarts.com sing-a-longs. During the summer, the Humboldt Folklife Society
Studio 299 at studio299.tripod.com hosts a week-long Folklife Festival. For more information, visit
Highland Art Center at www.highlandartcenter.org www.humboldtfolklife.org

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2011
Performance
Calendar
www.dellarte.com

For more information, call (707) 668-5663.

courtesy of Dell’Arte
Commedia Dell’Arte Blue Lake School Shows Rural Residencies: Theatre of Place from “around the world and down
February 3 - 5 March 24 - 25 June 9 - 10 the block” for performances of
Carlo Theatre Carlo Theatre Communities TBA theatre, music, comedy, storytelling,
Created and performed by Dell’Arte’s Performed by Blue Lake School Dell’Arte PTP students take up clown, puppetry and more.
First Year students. 8th graders. 10 day residencies in outlying
communities to create a piece of Lifetime Achievement Award
Directed by Lydia Foreman.
Adaptions theatre inspired by place. June 25
February 17 - 20 Tragedy Dell’Arte Amphitheatre and Carlo
Carlo Theatre April 21 - 24 Mad River Festival 2011 Theatre
Created and performed by Dell’Arte’s Carlo Theatre June 23 - July 23
Second Year MFA students. Dell’Arte Amphitheatre and Humboldt Folklife Festival
Performed by Dell’Arte’s Second Year
Carlo Theatre July 18 - July 23
MFA students.
The Dell’Arte Company Cabaret Since 1991, the Dell’Arte Mad River Dell’Arte Amphitheatre and Carlo
February 25 - 27 Clown Festival has brought together Theatre, around Blue Lake and
Carlo Theatre April 28 – 30 performers and audience members Arcata.
Artists, faculty and staff of Dell’Arte Carlo Theatre
entertain you with an evening of Created and performed by Dell’Arte’s
music, comedy, dance and a preview First Year students.
of summer festival treats.
Thesis Festival
Community Based Arts (CBA) May 12 - 15 & May 19 - 22
Projects Carlo Theatre
March 8 - 12 Created, performed and directed by
Dell’Arte Coordinator Zuzka Sabata Dell’Arte’s MFA Third Year students.
Various locations TBA.
The Finals
Melodrama May 26 - 28
March 17 - 19 Carlo Theatre
Carlo Theatre Created and performed by Dell’Arte’s
Created and performed by Dell’Arte’s First Year students.
First Year students.
Storytelling
Dell’Arte Company with the June 2 - 5
Magnificat Baroque Ensemble in Carlo Theatre
L’AMFIPARNASO Created and performed by Dell’Arte’s
March 18 Second Year MFA students.
St. Patrick’s Seminary Menlo Park

courtesy of Dell’Arte

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Northern Humboldt County
McKinleyville, Westhaven, Trinidad

photo by Laura Michels

T
he ocean and waterways influence the beauty of northern
Humboldt County. McKinleyville is a beautiful, growing
community bordered by the rugged Pacific Coast, nestled
between the Mad and Little Rivers, and filled with streams and
creeks. It is home to the Azalea State Reserve, a 30-acre wilderness
preserve filled with fragrant pink and white blossomed, wild azaleas
in April and May. Nearby Clam Beach is known for beachcombing,
fishing and horseback riding. The famous Hammond Coastal Trail
presents stunning panoramic views of the coastline. Its art influ-

supports ences stem from a large Native American community, its days as a
western pioneer town and from its beautiful natural surroundings.
North of McKinleyville is the tiny community of Westhaven,
featuring the Westhaven Center for the Arts. The center features

humboldt new exhibits and artists’ receptions each month, concerts and dra-
ma events, workshops and classes, many children’s activities, poetry
readings, puppet shows, holiday events and other art exhibits.
Just past Westhaven is the seaside village of Trinidad. It boasts
county a population of nearly 400 and is one of the most picturesque com-
munities on the North Coast. Trinidad, with its small but dramatic
bay and coastline, is known for its traditional fishing fleet, quaint
ocean-side cottages and lovely Bed and Breakfast inns. Feast on
artists and fresh local seafood at one of Trindad’s fine food restaurants, and
venture into one
of several galleries
highlighting works
artisans that star the natural
beauty of the area.
Trinidad has inspired
the work of many
well-known local and
visiting artists.
Tiger Moth, by Melissa Zielinski

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Arts Organizations
fine arts and nature. Uplifting
human perception through the
latest scientific and classic fine arts
and study.
North Coast Storytellers
P.O. Box 517, Trinidad 95570
677-3840 • www.inkpeople.org
Produces “Storytelling Festival by the
Sea” each summer in Trinidad. Meets
first Wednesday evening of each
month, please call for locations. Gold Phoenixcurly, by Allison Reed

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Trinidad Art Gallery
490 Trinity St., PO Box 1233 McKinleyville Arts Night
Trinidad 95570 • 677-0716 McKinleyville Art Night is the third Friday of each month, from
Rotating exhibits by local artists.
6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Enjoy the community’s celebration of local art and
Trinidad Museum artists for music, food and fun. Art Night is open for all McKinleyville
Email, fax
Godwits, or postal
by John Wesa mail
400 Janiswith
Court changes indicated businessesand we the
to display will send
work a artists.
of local revised proof.
For more information,
Trinidad, 95570 · 677-3883 contact coordinator Taffy Stockton at (707) 834-6460. You can find
Reply needed if approved:
MCKINLEYVILLE sign and return orinformation
www.trinidadmuseum.org
just reply to this email “ad is approved.”
about the artists and venues and see images online at
No Limits Tap & Jazz
1547 B Pickett Rd. Ad proofs not returned by deadline will be assumed correct as shown.
Features photos of the whaling and www.mckinleyvilleartsnight.com
logging history of the area, a native
The publisher
McKinleyville 95519will not be responsible
• 852-0922 for any
plant garden, errors,
marine the Yurok
shells and client assumes full responsibility for accuracy and completeness of
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information, and for payment
Emphasizing technical perfection of advertisement.
artifacts. Color represented on this proof may differ slightly from the actual printed ad.
and fun in a positive environment.
Tap, Jazz/Hip Hop, and DanceFit, an All area codes are (707)
exercise class for adults. unless noted. Information is
subject to change.
Trinity Ballet Academy
1981 Central Ave.
Blake’s Books
McKinleyville 95519 • 839-1816
2005 Central Ave.
A full ballet curriculum for ages
3 to adult. Also, break-dancing. Central Smoke Shop
1181 Central Ave.
TRINIDAD
Curves
Ethnic Music for Kids & Sahaja Miller Business Park
160 Moonstone Cross
Eco-threadz
Trinidad 95570 • 677-1923
Miller Business Park
Combined presentation and Spiral Flower Mandala,
workshop program, using over Hollrigel & Associates
by Andrew Daniel
50 instruments from around 1969 Central Ave.
WESTHAVEN
the world. Promoting the use of Knitter’s Lane
Westhaven Center for the Arts Hunter, by Jeremiah Benton
ancient cultures’ instruments. 1225 Central Ave., #14
501 S. Westhaven Dr. S
I.C. Fine Arts Institute Trinidad 95570 • 677-9493 Mantova’s Two Street Music North Coast Gallery
www.westhavenarts.org 2019 Central Ave. McKinleyville Shopping Center
P.O. Box 777, Trinidad 95570
496-6000 • www.icfineartsin.org Rotating art exhibits, workshops and McKinleyville Central Market Pathways Trading Company
Worldwide publication, arts study. classes in a variety of mediums, healing 1977 Central Ave. 1183 Central Ave.
A new perception: development arts and spoken word, community Mirador Glass Plaza Design
and deployment of data, combining concerts. Miller Business Park McKinleyville Shopping Center

Aglianico Mourvedre
Barbera Nebbiolo
Bordeaux blend Petite Sirah
Cabernet Franc Pinotage
Cabernet Sauvignon Ports
Carignane Rhone blend
Chardonnay Sangiovese
Grenache Sauvignon Blanc
Old Vine Zin Super Tuscan blend
Merlot Syrah
Visit, Sample and Buy Wines at our Tasting Room at 529 Trinity St in Trinidad
MoonstoneCrossing.com Open noon to 6: Wed- Sun in Summer, Fri-Sun in Winter • 707-845-5492
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not be responsible for any errors, the client assumes full responsibility for accuracy and completeness of

Eel River Valley


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Scotia, Rio Dell, Fortuna , Ferndale, Loleta

Fortuna Civil War Days, photo by Mackenzie Kincaid, www.redroanstudios.com

T
he small towns and villages of the Eel River Valley provide sculptures limping down Main Street. Other events hosted in Fern-
first-class theater and music, antique and collectibles shops, dale are Hospitality Night, Tree Lighting Ceremony, Foggy Bottoms
arts cooperatives, charming accommodations, award- Run/Walk, 4th of July and Cinco de Mayo celebrations, and others.
winning restaurants and an abundance of local festivals. Fortuna offers the annual Fortuna Rodeo Week festivities, Redwood
The infamous Kinetic Grand Championship ends its three three- AutoXPo, Hops in Humboldt, Art & Wine in the Park, Apple Harvest
day trek in the Victorian Village of Ferndale with people-powered Festival and Fortuna Civil War Days.
Rio Dell hosts Wildwood Days representing its heritage with

Ferndale Arts
2010 AD PROOF
logging events, a parade and festivities. Loleta is best known for the
Loleta Cheese Factory. Bring a picnic lunch, enjoy their lovely gar-
den and sample their award-winning cheeses. Tour Scotia’s historic
logging museum and the Fisheries Exhibit, featuring Humboldt
Painting • Photography
County’s largest indoor aquarium.
postal mail with changes indicatedQuilting and •we Needlecraft
will send a revised proof.
Kinetic Sculptures
approved: sign and return or just reply to this email “adrts A
rganizations
is approved.” O
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ofs not returned by deadline will be assumed correct asFERNDALE shown.
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Ferndale completeness of
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ment of advertisement. Color represented on this proof may differ slightly from the actual printed ad.
580 Main Street at Shaw Ave., Ferndale 786-9634 • www.ferndaleartgallery.com
Open daily 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ferndale Arts is a cooperative art gallery featuring
OPEn DAily 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. the work of 20 local artists. Original work includes: paintings, photography,
786-9634 • www.ferndaleartgallery.com quilting, needlecraft, woodwork, ceramics, jewelry and greeting cards.
Ferndale Community Choir
P.O. Box 67, Ferndale 95536 • www.ferndalechoir.com • b.diehl@suddenlink.net
For 41 years the Ferndale Community Choir has been part of the artistic “Victorian
Village” of Ferndale. Under the direction of Betty Diehl, the 60 voice choir presents
a concert of sacred music in a “Celebration in Song” during the Christmas season
and again in the Spring.
Ferndale Repertory Theatre
447 Main St., P.O. Box 892, Ferndale 95536 • 786-5483
www.ferndale-rep.org • info@ferndale-rep.org
2011 Season: AMADEUS, Feb. 11-27; SOUTH PACIFIC, April 8 - May 1;
THE SUGAR BEAN SISTERS, June 10-26; SWEENEY TODD, Aug. 5-28.
SPECIAL EVENT: RepFest, March 19, Join celebrity hosts for a fabulous dinner,
wonderful entertainment, live and silent auctions, and lots of fun while supporting
Ferndale Rep and its programs.
For Friends Of Fine Food FORTUNA
Fortuna Art Council

Relax & Dine at Curley’s!


www.fortunaartcouncil.org • info@fortunaartcouncil.org
OVED __________________________________________________________ Date __________________________
Meetings held every third Monday at 1 p.m. (except December) in Rohner Park
Signature or email approval also authorizes size and annual fee of ad. Recreation Hall. Supports local visual artists, both members and non-members, to
exhibit their work in both the private and public sectors. Displays include Fortuna’s

Delicious Pastas, Steaks & Seafood


orrections ____________________________________________________
Art and Wine in the Park and Apple Harvest Festival, Humboldt County’s North
Date __________________________
Coast Open Studios and businesses throughout Fortuna.
Signature or email approval also authorizes size and annual fee of ad. Fortuna Concert Series
Full Bar • Catering Available 682-6092 • www.fortunaconcertseries.com • fortunaconcert@live.com
reka, CA 95501 • (707) 443-1234 Fax: (707) 443-5309 • ads@101things.com • www.101things.com
Performances at The Monday Club on the corner of Sixth and Main Sts. One of
Come see us in our new location the most unique venues in the area, a warm and inviting building designed with
the express purpose of providing entertainment in a comfortable, yet charming

320 Main Street in setting. Fortuna Concert Series 2011: Eureka Dixieland All-Stars, Jan. 8; Chamber
Players of the Redwoods, Feb. 12; Randy Porter, March 12; Sima Piano Trio, April
9; Trillium, May 14.
Friendly Fortuna SCOTIA

(707) 725-1595
Scotia Band
P.O. Box 3, Scotia 95565 • 599-4872
thescotiaband@yahoo.com • www.scotiaband.org
Humboldt County’s town band. Performs at local festivals year ’round.
Scotia band is a not for profit organization.
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Andy Westfall
Portraits of Life in
Humboldt’s Heartland
by Mary Smith

I
n 1996, fifth generation Humboldter, Andy Westfall began his
quest to compile a photographic and narrative history of Hum-
boldt County’s rich ranching heritage.
The project started out simple enough. Westfall bought a used Graham Westfall and boys, Henry and Jack, Oil Creek Ranch
book for $10 entitled Historic Ranches of Wyoming. This got him
thinking that nothing like this existed in Humboldt County. The Andy and his wife Sandy purchased a ranch in 1989 at Bunker
wheels started turning. Westfall took into consideration the area’s Hill. This led to their involvement with the Buckeye Conservancy
rich culture, vast landscape and the people that make ranching and the Cattlemen’s Association while learning how to deal with
here a way of life. the many issues of running a ranch.
Westfall, who was an art major in college, began the book’s
process by contacting ranchers for interviews and taking photos.
Several thousand photos were taken by Westfall in the 14-year pe-
“.... worked and played on ranches all riod and 100 interviews were held. One interview led to another.
The close-knit ranching community embraced the endeavor early
over the county. And there was not a on and the Humboldt Heartland project grew. Combined interests
in photography, local history and ranching formed Westfall’s mis-
pickup cab or kitchen, mountaintop or sion to discover and portray the real people, real lives and real busi-
nesses respectfully, accurately and appropriately.
meadow where I did not feel welcome. “ As the interviews and photographs accumulated, Westfall or-
ganized the material into five categories, which became the struc-
— Andy Westfall ture for the book, Humboldt Heartland. These include: The Lore, The
Landscape, The Livelihood, The Life
and The Legacy.
In Westfall’s own words: “The
project’s 14 years gave me some
wonderful times and I learned
a great many things. I photo-
graphed, visited with, rode along,
and worked and played on ranches
all over the county. And there was
not a pickup cab or kitchen, moun-
taintop or meadow where I did
not feel welcome. There are two
regrets: that I did not get to some
people in time and that I could not
include every place and not every
person in the book.”
The result is a beautiful 250
page, hardcover book that cap-
tures the life and times of many
Humboldt County ranching fami-
lies, past and present. Humboldt
Heartland is available for $75 plus
tax, postage and handling. To
own a copy, contact Andy West-
fall at (707) 786-4659. For more
information on Humboldt Heart-
land, visit the online website at:
www.humboldtheartland.com
Lane Russ ● Rancher, Elk River

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Southern Humboldt & Avenue of the Giants
Benbow, Garberville, Redway,
Phillipsville, Miranda, Myers Flat,
Weott, Redcrest, Pepperwood

photo by Steve Hammons

T
he arts along the famed Avenue of the Giants (Old Hwy 101) hewn from the great redwood trees that make this area so unique.
are thriving. The majestic towering Redwoods and winding Miranda, near the southern entrance to the Avenue of the Gi-
Eel River make for stunning views, perfect for creative inspi- ants has a few places to stop to admire and buy unique Redwood
ration. The small rural communities in the heart of the redwoods treasures and local art. The peaceful village of Myers Flat has a win-
have gone from being booming mill towns to havens for artists, ery with a wine tasting room nestled in the redwood forest, a cen-
musicians and craftsmen. From world music concerts to chainsaw terpiece of the Avenue of the Giants. The whole Avenue journey,
art, hemp clothing, jewelry making, wine-making, specialty foods through Weott and Redcrest north to Pepperwood, is eye candy to
and the many fine arts, these burgs in Southern Humboldt have the traveler—whether given to us from nature or made from the
made the national map. hands of artists.
To whet the musical appetite, Benbow, Garberville and Redway,
just outside the southern entrance to the Avenue of the Giants,
are famous for several major yearly musical and theatrical events.
Redway is home to the Mateel Community Center, internationally Summer Arts &
known for festivals and events. And an historic roadhouse in Phil- Music Festival,
photo by
lipsville brings live entertainment to its bustling tavern. Agnes Patak
Retail shops, restaurants, roadside vendors and rural galleries www.mateel.org
along the Avenue of the Giants sell a variety of local arts and crafts.
At most of the roadside stops along this route you’ll find carvings

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The Mateel Community Center Taste Wine

photo by Agnes Patak, www.mateel.org

Redway, home to the Mateel Community Center, has become


Southern Humboldt’s cultural hub. The Mateel operates as both an
event venue and in-house arts presenter. Internationally known
for festivals such as Reggae on the River, the Summer Arts & Music
Festival and the Humboldt Hills Hoedown, the Mateel Community
Wine Sets The Mood
Center also offers an annual calendar of events which covers a From a casual dinner
wide range of artistic styles and media.
The Mateel offers to the local community a wide variety of with close friends to a
programs, from youth athletics and children’s theater to cooking romantic interlude,
classes and clown workshops. Many of these programs are offered
at no cost or at minimal cost to students and schools. Go to Wine CAN make
www.mateel.org for more
information. the difference.
One of the best sounds
January
4: Mateel Comedy Cabaret is the sound of the
28: Black & Red Ball w/
George Clinton & Parliament/ wine cork from your
Funkadelic favorite varietal.
FEBRUARY
4-6 & 11-13: Mighty Mateel Choose the wine,
Players present Love Your photo by Agnes Patak, www.mateel.org
Mothership
choose the time and
August
18: Mateel Comedy Cabaret Mid August: SoHum Smoke Off BBQ seize the moment.
March Contest & Brew Fest
11: Mateel Comedy Cabaret Experience the flavor,
September
18-20: Random People 2: Mateel Comedy Cabaret enjoy the taste and
Monologues Project 24: 7th annual Humboldt Hills
April Hoedown savor the mood.
1: Mateel Comedy Cabaret 20: Mateel Comedy Cabaret
10: Ani DiFranco October
12: Animal Collective 1-2: Natural Fiber Faire
23: Artists of the Emerald Coast 3: Missoula Children’s Theatre
May auditions
6: Mateel Comedy Cabaret 8: Missoula Children’s Theatre
20-22: South Fork High School performance
drama presentation 29: Halloween Boogie Tasting Everyday 11am - 5pm
June
4/5: 35th annual Summer Arts
& Music Festival (at Benbow Lake
November
11: Hemp Fest Comedy Kick-Off
12: 21st annual Humboldt
Capture the Mood
State Rec Area) Hemp Fest
July 13: Hemp Fest Forum 12990 Avenue of the Giants
16/17: 27th annual Reggae
on the River (at Benbow Lake
December
1-4: Recycled Youth
Myers Flat CA • 707.943.9907
State Rec Area) 10-11: 35th annual Winter Arts Faire www.riverbendcellars.com
30: San Francisco Mime Troupe 16: Mateel Comedy Cabaret

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Wines & Wineries www.HumWines.com

W
elcome to the wineries and vineyards of 2
Humboldt County—a community of artisan Orleans
wineries and vineyards whose passion and
enthusiasm for wine is matched by the quality of their
products. Humboldt is a county of diverse growing and
wine making areas, from the vineyards and wineries
scattered amongst the redwoods of Southern Humboldt
to those winding river and forest canyons of the East
county, and the wineries in the Northern County that feel
the cool breezes of the Pacific Ocean. These diverse regions produce a variety of
grapes ideally matched to the micro-climates and soils of these areas. Most of the
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vintners are happy to welcome guests and are only open by appointment.
Murray Rd Fieldbrook Rd
Willow
1. Briceland Vineyards (by appt)
(707) 923-2429
13. Moonstone crossing Winery
and tasting rooM 7 Fieldbrook Creek
5959 Briceland Rd, Redway Tasting: Summer Wed-Sun noon-6pm,
Owners: Joe Collins & Maggie Carey Winter Fri-Sun noon-6pm West End Rd 21 24
Wine: Ar, C, PN, Ri, SB, SpW, Sy (707) 845-5492, 529 Trinity St, Trinidad
www.bricelandvineyards.com Owners: Don Bremm & Sharon Hanks 19 5
2. caBot Vineyards (by appt)
Wine: Ba, C, Ca, CBSB, CF, CS, M, PS,
P, Sa, SB, Sy, Z Titlow Hill Salyer
(530) 469-3397 www.moonstonecrossing.com
4 10 18 Road
209 Ferris Ranch Rd, Orleans
Owners: John & Kimberly Cabot 14. MyrtleWood liqUors & John’s cigars
Wine: CS, M, Sy, Z (707) 444-8869 Bayside
www.cabotvineyards.com 1648 Myrtle Ave, Eureka, CA 95501
Owner: John Baddeley 3 14 15 23
3. carter cellars / enVy Wines Wine Tasting Room - Many Premium Wine
Wine Tasting (12-5pm daily) Selections
(707) 444-8062, 301 L St, Eureka
www.carterhouse.com 15. old groWth cellars
(707) 444-2333, 500 Quail Valley Rd, Eureka
4. cUrtis and daVid Winery (by appt) Owners: Steve Garrett and Jim Pastori
(707) 822-5633, 1800 Q St, Arcata Wine: Z, PS
Owners: Curtis Watkins & David Brown www.oldgrowthcellars.com
Wine: CS, M, Ca, Z
www.curtisanddavid.com 16. PersiMMons garden gallery 8
& Wine tasting 9
5. dogWood estate Winery (by appt) Tasting: noon-8pm Wed-Sat, (707) 923-2748
(530) 629-3750 1055 Redway Dr, Redway
3995 Campbell Ridge Rd, Salyer Owner: Holly Sweet
Owners: Gary & Pam Barker www.persimmonsgardengallery.com Rio Dell 12
Wine: CS, CF, C, PN, M, Sy, P, Z
www.dogwoodestatewinery.com 17. riVerBend cellars Ave of
t 20
Open Daily (707) 943-9907 Redcrest
he
Gi
6. elk Prairie Vineyard (by appt) 12990 Avenue of the Giants, Myers Flat

an
ts
(707) 943-3498 Owner: Thomas Meagher NOT ALL STREETS SHOWN
11544 Dyerville Loop Rd, Myers Flat Tasting: 11am–5pm seven days a week 11 MAP IS NOT TO SCALE
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Owners: Alan & Sandra Estrada Tours: Available by appt
Wine: PN, C, CF Wine: CS, M Sy, CBSB, C
www.elkprairievineyard.com www.riverbendcellars.com
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7. FieldBrook Winery (by appt) 18. roBert goodMan Wines 17
Seasonal Hours, (707) 839-4140 Thur-Sat 2pm-Midnight, Sun-Wed 2-10pm
4241 Fieldbrook Rd, Fieldbrook (707) 826-9463, 937 I St, Arcata
Winery
Myers Flat
Owners: Bob & Judy Hodgson Owner: Robert Goodman 16
Wine: C, SB, CS, PN, Sa, Ba Wine: C, PN, CS, Z Winery &
www.fieldbrookwinery.com www.robertgoodmanwines.com
Tasting Room 1
8. Frog alley cellars 19. rocky’s ridge Vineyard Wine Shop 22
(707) 786-4353 (707) 601-0899
1436 Ambrosini Ln, Ferndale 22522 Hwy 299 / PO Box 898, Blue Lake Wine Shop &
Owners: Francis & Sharon Brazil Owners: Jeff and Marisa St. John
Wine: PN, PS Wine: C, PN, Sy
Tasting Room

9. leVenPence cellars (by appt)


(707) 768-2090
20. rosina Vineyard
(707) 722-4331, 751 Sorenson Rd, Redcrest
Varietals Legend
751 Porcupine Ln Owners: Ed & Rosina Lewis Ag.............. Aglianico CBSB ......... California Bordeaux
PO BOX 201, Carlotta Wines: Pinot Noir Ar .............. Arneis ................... Style Blend
Operated by: Leigh & Larry Nicoll www.rosinavineyard.com Ba .............. Barbera CF .............. Cabernet Franc
Wine: Sy, CS, SB, Z C ................ Chardonnay CL .............. Claret
21. sentinel Winery (by appt)
Ca.............. Carignane CS .............. Cabernet Sauvignon
10. liBation Wine store & Wine Bar (530) 629-2338
Open 7 Days a Week 2263 Patterson Ln, Willow Creek Do.............. Dolcetto
(707) 825-7596 Owners: Bruce & Janet Nelson 24. Winnett Vineyards (by appt)
M ............... Merlot
8th St. on the Plaza in Arcata Wines: PN, RB, Sy, M (530) 629-3478 N ................ Nebbiolo
www.libation.com nelson@sentinelwinery.net 655 Peach Tree Ln, Willow Creek P ................ Port
Owners: David & Sharon Winnett PG.............Pinot Grigio
11. lost coast Vineyards (by appt) 22. Whitethorn Winery Wine: M, CS, SB, C, Ri, R Pi ............... Pinotage
(707) 629-3671 (707) 986-1658 www.winnettvineyards.com PN ............. Pinot Noir
795 Conklin Creek Rd, Petrolia 545 Shelter Cove Rd, Whitethorn
PS .............. Petite Sirah
Owners: Dick Cogswell, Ester A. Saunoras Owner: Tasha McCorkle McKee Non-Member Wineries:
Wine: Ba, C, CS, Do, M, N, PG, Wine: CS, PN, C RB .............. Red Blend
Alta California Winery-Eureka
PN, P, Sy, SB, V Ri ............... Riesling
Bergeron-Trinidad
23. the Wine sPot S................. Semillion
Coates Vineyards-Orleans
12. MonUMent MoUntain Vineyards (707) 476-6236 Heidrun Meadery-Arcata Sa .............. Sangiovese
(707) 764-3752 Tues-Thur 2-10pm, Fri 2pm-Midnight Lluvia Winery-Bayside SB .............. Sauvignon-Fume Blanc
2330 Monument Rd, Rio Dell Sat Noon-Midnight, Sun Noon-5pm Oliviera Winery-Arcata SpW ........... Sparkling Wine
Wine: PN Wine, microbrews – tasting and for sale TriValley-Arcata Sy............... Syrah-Shiraz
www.facebook.com/monumentmountainvineyards 234 “F” St, Old Town, Eureka Violet-Green-Bayside V ................ Viognier
Owner: Kat Combs Vinatura-Bayside Z ................ Zinfandel
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Winery Profiles
Go for a Taste of Humboldt County Wines
H
umboldt County is blessed with great artisan wineries. ROBERT GOODMAN WINES
One of the best ways to learn about the wine they make (707) 826-WINE(9463)
is to visit a winery or tasting room. While many of the win- www.robertgoodmanwines.com
eries are not open every day, a simple phone call will put you in Robert Goodman has been creating wines since
touch with the winemakers and give you the opportunity to visit 1978, and his wines have been commercially
with them face to face. Not only will you get to taste their wines, available since 1997. The winery is located on the
but you will also learn how the wines are made and what they were corner of 10th and I Sts. in downtown Arcata. The
thinking in developing a particular varietal. winery site is located in an ideal coastal climate
which is consistently cool. The grapes come from
RIVERBEND CELLARS
(707) 943-9907
ROBERT different growing regions around California and
are produced by some the most highly regarded
www.riverbendcellars.com
Myers Flat on the Avenue of GOODMAN growers in the world. The Cabernet Sauvignon
grapes comes from Howell Mountain’s Beatty
the Giants is not only known
Ranch and Polaris Vineyards in Napa. The Pinot Noir and Merlot grapes
for majestic redwood trees,
but also for the outstanding are from organically grown Humboldt County grapes. The Chardonnay
wines of Riverbend Cellars. grapes are from the
Surrounded by 30 acres of Sangiacomo Family
estate vineyards and nestled within a 280º bend of the South Fork vineyards in the Carneros
of the Eel River this extraordinary winery provides an exceptional Region of Sonoma County.
opportunity for wine tasting and fine dining. Visitors are invited The Zinfandel grapes come
to sample the award-winning wines at Riverbend Cellars Tasting from the Red Hills region
Room, or as an accompaniment to a gourmet meal at the on-site in Lake county. The wines
restaurant The Groves.
are available at restaurants,
Riverbend Cellars’ Tasting
Room is open seven days retail outlets and at the
a week from 11 a.m. to tasting room that is open
5 p.m. It also offers a se- daily in downtown Arcata. courtesy Robert Goodman Wines
lection of specialty foods,
picnic items, local art
and much more. River- Sentinel Winery
bend Cellars is located on (530) 629-2338
the Avenue of the Giants nelson@sentinelwinery.net
in Myers Flat (at the Hwy Sentinel Winery is a family-owned
101 and Myers Flat exit). courtesy Riverbend Cellars winery. The 2-acre Covey Lane Vineyards
and the petite winery are located in
MOONSTONE CROSSING WINERY the magnificent Trinity River valley.
(707) 845-5492 Winemakers Bruce and Janet Nelson use
www.moonstonecrossing.com grapes grown solely on their estate in
Winemakers Sharon Hanks and Don Bremm the Willow Creek Viticulture Area, and all
source only select grapes grown in small vine- wines are estate bottled. The signature
yards in Amador, Lake, Sonoma and Mendo- wines produced by Sentinel Winery are
cino appellations. Grape crushing, fermenta- a lovely Pinot Noir, Syrah, Merlot and the Bigfoot Red blend Pinot Noir,
tion and barrel aging are completed at their Merlot and Syrah). Call for an appointment for a private barrel tasting
winery located 1,000 feet from Moonstone and a chat on the Nelson’s charming front porch or under our pergola.
Beach near the scenic village of Trinidad. The Sentinel Winery, 2263 Patterson Lane, Willow Creek.
wines are hand-crafted in small quantities,
are not fined nor filtered, with only a mini-

95+
mum of sulfites added in the wine making process. Moonstone spe-
cializes in hearty, full-bodied Sangiovese, Barbera, Grenache, Mourve-
dre, Petite Verdot, old vine Zinfandel, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, Merlot, 2007 Carter Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignane, Nebbiolo, Aglianico, Pinotage, along Coliseum Block

Envy 93+
with Rhone, Bordeaux, and Super-Tuscan blends, Chardonnay, Sau- —Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
vignon Blanc and port.
Wines are available at the Bee Bee’s
winery, local stores, res- Blend 2007
WINES
taurants, and at Moon-
stone Tasting Room, 529
Trinity St., Trinidad. Winter
Carter House Inns &
hours are Fri-Sun noon to Restaurant 301
6 p.m., Mon 5 to 7 p.m. 707.444.8062
or by appointment. Sum- 301 L St., Eureka
mer hours are Wed-Sun, www.CarterHouse.com
noon-6 p.m. courtesy Moonstone Crossing
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Humboldt County Events & Festivals
YEAR-ROUND
Humboldt Roller Derby
Eureka • www.humboldtrollerderby.com

FEBRUARY
Clam Beach Run
Trinidad • 677-1610
www.trinidadtoclambeach.com
Ferndale Firemen’s Games
Ferndale • 786-4477
www.victorianferndale.org

MARCH
A Taste of Main Street
Eureka • 442-9054
www.eurekamainstreet.org
Aleutian Goose Fly-off Weekend
Loleta • 733-5406
www.fws.gov/humboldtbay
Foggy Bottoms Milk Run
Ferndale • 822-1861 • www.6rrc.com Kinetic Grand Championship, photo by Denise Comiskey

Random Peoples Monologue Project Godwit Days Bird Festival Coming of Age
Redway • 923-3368 • www.mateel.org Arcata • 444-2938 • www.godwitdays.com Redway • 923-3368 • www.mateel.org
Redwood Coast Jazz Festival HSU Dance Production Ferndale Memorial Day Parade
Eureka • 445-3378 • www.redwoodjazz.org Arcata • 826-3566 Ferndale • 786-4477 • www.victorianferndale.org
Spring Egg Hunt Humboldt International Film Festival Kinetic Grand Championship
Manila • 445-3309 • www. manilacsd.com Arcata • 826-4113 Arcata-Ferndale • 499-0643
Spring Equinox Celebration www.humboldt.edu/~filmfest www.kineticgrandchampionship.com
Fortuna • 725-9627 Rhododendron Festival & Parade May Day Celebration
www.lovinghandsinstitute.com Eureka • 442-3738 • www.eurekachamber.com Eureka • 444-3437 • www.blueoxmill.com
Portuguese Holy Ghost Celebration
Ferndale • 786-4477 • www.victorianferndale.org

JUNE, JULY, AUGUST


Summer Concert Series
Eureka • 442-9054 • www.eurekamainstreet.org

JUNE
Arcata Bay Oyster Festival
Arcata • 822-4500 • www.oysterfestival.net
Azalea Festival
McKinleyville, 839-2449
www.mckinleyvillechamber.com
Dancing in the Dunes
Manila • 445-3309 • www. manilacsd.com
Dell’Arte Mad River Festival
Blue Lake • 668-5663 • www.dellarte.com
Manila Sand Sculpture Contest
Manila • 444-1397 • www. manilacsd.com
North Coast Open Studios
Arcata • 834-6460
www.northcoastopenstudios.com
Redwood Acres Fair
Eureka • 445-3037 • www.redwoodacres.com
Humboldt County Fair, photo by Shannon Smith Summer Arts and Music Fest
Redway • 923-3368 • www.mateel.org
Spring Seed & Plant Exchange Spring Fever Festival Craft Show Summer Solstice Celebration
Manila • 445-3309 • www. manilacsd.com Eureka • 443-8261 Fortuna • 725-9627
Sustainable Living Arts & Music Fest www.lovinghandsinstitute.com
APRIL
Arcata • 826-3776
10 Minute Play Fest www.humboldt.edu JULY
Arcata • 826-3566 Campfire Storytelling
www.humboldt.edu/theatrefilmanddance MAY Trinidad • 677-3840
Daffodil Dazzle! Avenue of the Giants Marathon www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=417
Fortuna • 725-2281 Avenue of the Giants Ferndale 4th of July Celebration
Dolbeer Steam Donkey Days 443-1226 Ferndale • 786-4477
Eureka • 445-6567 Cinco de Mayo Folklorico Fest www.victorianferndale.org
Ferndale Easter Egg Hunt Ferndale • 786-9668 Fortuna Redwood Auto Xpo
Ferndale • 786-4477 • www.victorianferndale.org Fortuna • 725-3916
www.redwoodautoxpo.com
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Fortuna Rodeo SEPTEMBER Trick or Treat Downtown & Old Town
Fortuna • 725-4465 Eureka • 442-9054
Antique & Collectible Street Faire www.eurekamainstreet.org
www.fortunarodeo.com Eureka • 443-4811
Fourth of July Humboldt Bay Festival Trick or Treat On & Around the Plaza
Blues by the Bay Arcata • 442-4500
Eureka • 442-9054 Eureka • 445-3378
www.eurekamainstreet.org www.arcatamainstreet.com
www.redwoodcoastmusicfestivals.org
Fourth of July Jubilee & Fireworks Trick or Treat
Civil War Days - Fortuna Henderson Center, Eureka
Arcata • 822-3619 • www.arcatachamber.com 725-9261 • www.civilwardays.com
Fourth of July Salute to America Cruz ‘N’ Eureka Car Show
Ferndale • 786-5483 • www.victorianferndale.org Eureka • 839-1192
Humboldt Folklife Festival www.cruzneureka.org
Blue Lake • 822-5394 • www.humboldtfolklife.org Fall Equinox Celebration
Picnics on the Plaza Fortuna • 725-9627
Arcata • 442-4500 • www.arcatamainstreet.com www.lovinghandsinstitute.com
Reggae on the River Fall Harvest Festival
Benbow • 923-3368 • www.mateel.org Manila • 445-3309
San Francisco Mime Troup North Country Fair
Redway • 923-3368 • www.mateel.org Arcata • 822-5320
Shakespeare in the Park www.arcatamainstreet.com
Arcata • 822-7091 Storytelling Festival
WoodFair 2010 by the Sea
Arcata • 768-1975 • www.HumboldtWoodFair.org Trinidad • 677-3840
Taste of Willow Creek
AUGUST Willow Creek
Bridgefest (530) 629-3488
Bridgeville • 777-1775 http://studio299.tripod.com
Campfire Storytelling OCTOBER Redwood Coast Jazz Festival, photo by Steve Hammons
Trinidad • 677-3840
www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=417 Fortuna Apple Harvest Fest
NOVEMBER
Fortuna, 725-2123 or 725-9261
Concerts on the Plaza www.sunnyfortuna.com Farmers Market Craft Fair
Arcata • 822-4500 • www.arcatamainstreet.com Arcata • 441-9999 • www.humfarm.org
Halloween Carnival & Chili Feed
Hops in Humboldt Ferndale • 786-5300 Hempfest
Fortuna • 725-9261 Redway • 923-3368 • www.mateel.org
www.hopsinhumboldt.com Halloween Chili Feed & Scary Walk
Manila • 445-3309, www. manilacsd.com Holiday Open House
Henderson Center • Eureka • 443-4811
Thanksgiving Dinner and Celebration
Manila • 445-3309 • www. manilacsd.com

DECEMBER
Christmas Lighted Tractor Parade
Ferndale • 786-4299
www.victorianferndale.org
Fortuna Christmas Music Fest
Fortuna • 725-3959
www.chamber.sunnyfortuna.com
Holiday Children’s Fair
Manila • 445-3309
www. manilacsd.com
Lighting of America’s Tallest Living
Christmas Tree
Ferndale • 786-4477
www.victorianferndale.org
Recycled Youth
Redway • 923-3368, www.mateel.org
North County Fair, photo by Mackenzie Kincaid Season of Wonder & Light
Arcata • 442-4500
Humboldt County Fair Halloween Harvest Craft Show www.arcatamainstreet.com
Ferndale • 786-9511 Eureka • 443-8261
Winter Arts Faire
www.humboldtcountyfair.org Medieval Festival of Courage Redway • 923-3368 • www.mateel.org
Ruth Lake Summer Festival Blue Lake • 825-8804
Winter Solstice Celebration
Ruth Lake Recreational Campground Pastels on the Plaza Fortuna • 725-9627
574-6269 Arcata • 822-7206 www.lovinghandsinstitute.com
Sumeg Village Day www.ncsheadstart.org
Trinidad • 677-3840 or 677-3570 Redwood Coast Bellydance Festival
www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=417 Arcata • 616-6876
Wildwood Days www.redwoodcoastbellydance.com
Rio Dell • 764-3436
www.riodellscotiachamber.org

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Morris Graves Museum Exhibitions
Continuous Len Davis is a member of the Los Angeles Art balance in space. Not
Morris Graves & Art of the Northwest Association and has exhibited in galleries in Los only am I concerned
Come explore the work of Morris Graves from Angeles, Houston and New York. He has visited schools about the space it
the Humboldt Arts Council’s Permanent Collection. teaching students about collage and art in general. occupies, but especially
Enhance your interpretation of the artworks on He has also had his work included in television shows the unoccupied space.
display by perusing the Interactive CD-ROM, The Life and in several private collections, both domestically Achieving this balance
& Art of Morris Graves. This educational tool allows and internationally. gives my sculpture
you to view a selection of artwork, the Loleta Studio “I work with assemblage, collage, mixed-media energy. The use of steel
of the artist, and to hear interviews from his friends and works on paper. I use lots of found objects, is paramount for my
and colleagues. drawings, print outs, text usage, graphite, color pencil, working method. Not
gouache, acrylic, pastel, etc.,” Davis says. “My pieces only do I admire steel
January 2011 deal with life itself, i.e., the people we are, what we for its permanence, but
Glenn Berry: A Lifetime In Art create, our capabilities and the issues with which we it also allows me to work
Through January 16 deal. My premise is to lure the viewer in. Once they’re on several sculptures at
A founding father of Humboldt State University’s in, they will be placed in a position to reflect on and a time. The structural
Art Department and a nationally recognized painter, question their ethics, be it disquieting or placid.” characteristics of steel
Glenn Berry is the creator of a distinctive and prevailing are used to physically
The Iconic Image, Fine Art Photography from connec t and float
the Humboldt Group Collection Anthony Johnson
sculptural elements. The
January 19 through March 6 adding and subtracting
The Iconic Image will feature fine art photography of various components with a touch of a torch or
from the Humboldt Group Collection by different welder is very satisfying. Completing a sculpture is
photographers including: Berenice Abbott, Ansel not of utmost importance. The struggle or process
Adams, Ruth Bernhard, Wynn Bullock, Imogen is the most important part of creating my art. It is an
Cunningham, Judy Dater, Walker Evans, Lewis W. Hine, adventure that has its own rewards. Welding, cutting,
William Henry Jackson, Dorthea Lange, Marc Riboud, bending and grinding are a form of meditation
Herb Ritts, Arthur Rothstein, Edward Steichen, Brett that transports me to a different place.” - Anthony
Weston, Edward Weston and Minor White. Johnson
March 2011
Redwood Art Association
Glenn Berry
March 17 through April 24
Annual juried spring exhibition from Humboldt
geometric style of painting in which faceless figures
County’s oldest artist’s association. With over 210
shift and explore the landscape, symbolizing the
artists, members and supporters, the Redwood Art
process rather than the end result. This exhibition will
Association is a community of artists who value art
highlight Berry’s career achievements and illustrate his
as an essential component of every aspect of our
unique style. A full color book will soon be available
culture.
for purchase in the Museum Gift Shop.
Diana Schoenfeld, Schoolhouse Odyssey:
Len Davis, A Thousand Words
Photographing Remote Location
January 19 through March 6
Ghost Schools and Voices from the Past—
Len Davis is an assemblage/installation, collage
A Literal and Metaphorical Journey
and work-on-paper artist who uses an array of found Lewis W. Hine, Iconic Image March 23 through May 1
materials and objects to complete his drawings,
Photographer and arts educator Diana Schoenfeld
collages and assemblages. Davis’ background stems
February 2011 will present an exhibition of black and white
from graphic design. Most of his work consists of
photographs from Schoolhouse Odyssey, her extended
materials that include text and numbers in them to 25th Annual Images of Water—California
photographic study of remote location“ghost”schools
invoke thought and mood in these visual stories. Statewide Mixed Media Competition and
with the oral histories and stories she has gathered
A Thousand Words is a series comprised of 100 Exhibition
along the way. Through photography, literature,
8”X 5”collages incorporated with drawings of peoples’ February 3 through March 13
colorful spoken memoirs and a display of vintage
faces. Like the saying goes, “a picture is worth a Celebrating 25 years of creative visions of water,
textbooks dating from the 1840s, Schoenfeld will
thousand words.”This allows the viewer to make their this annual photography competition highlights
share the discoveries that make Schoolhouse Odyssey
own interpretation of each piece. Abstract in concept, the inspiring beauty of water. From photos of lakes,
a metaphorical as well as physical journey. Visitors to
illustrative in execution. streams, ice-cube trays and snow, Images of Water is a
the exhibition will see photographs of old one-room
fun, theme-based show to take part in or to just take
schoolhouses as they appear in unique landscapes
a look at. Open to all Californians, this is an exciting
opportunity for the residents of California to become
involved in the arts on the North Coast.
Anthony Johnson: Timeworn
February 5 through June 30
“I have always been fascinated by old rusty things,
i.e.cars, tractors, disc plows etc, and how they interact
with the surrounding landscape. The context and state
in which these objects lie are commonplace. However,
when I use rusted old tools and found objects in my
sculpture, they become dynamic and alive. Familiar
objects used in everyday life are transformed. I seek
Len Davis to simplify forms in my sculpture while creating a
Diana Schoenfeld
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from Vermont to California. Some are nearly forgotten, June 2011
in a state of ghostly decay, others preserved as tiny California Fiber Artists, Fiber Enriched
museums occasionally open to the public. The June 22 through August 21
photographs show old reading scrolls, bulging California Fiber Artists (CFA) is a group of
cardboard blackboards; fragile, dusty schoolbooks; independent fiber artists who have joined their
lunch boxes, slate boards and other schoolhouse collective works together forming exhibitions of
memorabilia scanning the century from 1840 to 1940. exciting and diverse fiber art. CFA describe their work
Abandoned playgrounds, hand pumps, melancholy as fusion art using fiber as well as other mediums
flagpoles and outbuildings are sometimes all that is to develop texture, shape, design and color. The
left to remind us that these humble structures were members are a unique combination of artists with
once places full of life and imagination. Generations skills ranging from sculpture, basketry, mixed media,
of students and teachers nourished the life of the Cathy Locke art quilts and other fiber related mediums. The artists
mind in these simple schoolhouses, the remains of reconstruct fiber with dye, paint and wire, among
which still grace the American landscape. Visitors different perspectives, both grounded in the basic other things, to develop their images. Collage and
to the exhibit will be able to sit down and browse teachings of Buddhism. The ancient philosophy other three-dimensional work have been created to
through transcribed oral memoirs compiled during charts a path to liberation based on the clear-eyes inject their exhibits with some sculptural elements as
the years that Diana has been working on this acceptance of impermanence and change. In this
project. Included will be portraits of elderly former context, the artists focus not on the choices women
students, teachers, and protectors of these now mostly face, but on how they arrive at those choices and the
forgotten schools. prospect of constant change in their lives. Both artists
May 2011 mine the rich boundary between representation and
abstraction to deepen their own understanding of
Mia Semingson:
change as a catalyst for liberation.
39+ What Comes Around, Goes Around
Through the depiction of ordinary objects,
May 4 through June 19
including old cars, buildings and furniture, Tracy Taylor
Prior to Semingson’s 39th Birthday, she had
Grubbs’ oil paintings explore the changing nature
confronted herself many times with the concept of
of form and our capacity to perceive it. What, at first
living in the present moment instead of looking to
glance, appear to be tightly rendered objects, are
the past or the future as the present moment ticked
actually changing, impermanent
forms with missing roofs and
dripping windows. Grubbs Anita Kaplan CFA
chooses her subjects for their
ordinary presence and their well as to showcase their versatility. CFA has exhibited
inevitable absence from the in many different venues such as the Huntsville
Mia Semingson world. Ultimately her paintings Museum of Art, in Huntsville, Alabama, and at a
provide a window where, at gallery in Finland. CFA was established in 2004 and
least for a moment, the static is a partnership of diverse independent fiber artists
by. She has since decided to change her thought
experience of a single view gives way to the ecstatic working together by consolidating their talents for
process, to slow time down with the aid of a digital
possibilities of the ephemeral. the purpose of successfully educating the public
camera, and become sensitive to the present moment
Cathy Locke’s work explores the shifting nature of and promoting fiber art through public exhibitions
by literally seeing and photographing what is in front
identity and the transformative process of emotional throughout California.
of her each day. As part of this project, each day’s
image references the previous day’s either visually experience. In her mixed media paintings, figures
James B. Thompson, The Vanishing Landscape
or conceptually. appear in landscapes that depict the emotional
June 29 through August 14
rather than the physical geography of our lives. The
Cathy Locke & Tracy Grubbs, Motion & Meaning emotional context of the figures creates a timeless
May 4 through June 19 landscape. The viewer does not identify with a
Today women in the U.S. have a greater capacity particular individual but rather with an experience
to control the direction of their lives than ever before. or emotion. Her mixed media paintings combine oil
They must navigate a shifting set of unprecedented and cold wax, or pastel and acrylic washes, to create a
rich surface that reflects the changing, unpredictable
nature of human emotions and the potential for
liberation within these deeply felt experiences.
These two artists use their particular place in
history to explore new notions of liberation, not just
for women, but for all people. Having benefited greatly
from the political and economic reforms of the past
century, Grubbs and Locke take time to contemplate a
deeper form of freedom; one that enables us to come James B. Thompson
to terms with constant change.
10th Annual Northwest Eye Regional The Vanishing Landscape is a series of 38
Tracy Grubbs Photography Competition & Exhibition abstract pieces; 14 acrylic paintings on canvas and
May 7 through June 12 24 mixed-media prints on paper dealing directly
choices regarding childbirth, careers, marriage, The Northwest Eye is a five-state regional fine art with the transformation of the rural west. James
family and identity. Many are opting away from the photography competition and exhibition highlighting B.Thompson is a practicing artist who has shown
traditional roles as mothers and searching for new the current trends in the art of photography. This extensively in the region as well as throughout the
meaning with their lives and new found liberation. exhibition showcases the creativity and beauty United States and abroad. Thompson is a professor
The work of artists Tracy Taylor Grubbs and Cathy caught by some of the finest photographers in the of Art at Willamette University where he has taught
Locke explore the idea of liberation from two slightly Northwest. for the past 22 years.

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Morris Graves Museum Exhibitions cont.

Mary Farmilant, In Situ gear, she employs depictions of common the dome is the perfect way to honor Knight’s work
June 29 through objects to function symbolically, moving and teaching. When a student got stuck, Tom used
August 28 beyond their obvious function and to say, “Go back to the bud.” And so, following his
In Situ re fe r s to serving as metaphor in a personal advice, Duning often returns to the small, black and
found ar tifacts that narrative. white, simple images that
remain in their original remind him of the time of
September 2011
place of deposition. The first discovery and delight
examination of objects Rachel Schlueter, A World of Paint in symbolic mystery.
and the spaces they September 3 through October 22
Rick Gustafson,
occupy is a predominant Schlueter’s paintings manifest from
Impressions of
theme in Farmilant’s work. a desire to experience spontaneous
Imagination, The Art
These are studied in order Mary Farmilant creativity. This desire is a fascination
of Landscape Blur
to reconstruct a picture of with melding abstract gesture with
October 31 through
life in the past. Farmilant representational form. Intuition and
December 10
seeks out small incidental, unremarkable elements imagination has been key in her personal and From Gustafson’s
to photograph. The images explore the moment of professional life. It’s a sense that has been present p o r t f o l i o A Wa l k
perception that relates to memory, narrative and time. from her earliest memories, and most significantly in the Forest, these
They record the impressions made on the physical represented in her paintings. The exhibition will photographs are of trees Rick Gustafson
space—a portrait of society, a moment in time that feature new portraits in oil of varying sizes. captured digitally using
is at once abstract, impressionistic and surreal. Mary impressionist in-camera photographic techniques.
Farmilant’s images address the fragile nature of living The exhibition is intended for all audiences with the
institutions by examining abandoned hospital spaces. theme of creating painterly art from our local natural
Farmilant’s background as a registered nurse is the surroundings using photographic techniques.
catalyst for this interest.
The hospital images explore the idea that the December 2011
human presence remains a part of the history and HAC Member Show
narrative of these now uninhabited places. The December 4 through January 8, 2012
images are a historic record of a moment, a place, The annual Humboldt Arts Council Member
that no longer exists. This project began with Show is a juried exhibition designed to highlight the
photographing the former Columbus Hospital fabulous art being produced by our artist members.
in Chicago where Farmilant once worked. It has As always, this exhibit is eclectic, surprising and
expanded to now include two closed hospitals in the Rachel Schlueter enjoyable.
Southeastern region of England. This project weaves Curtis Otto Retrospective
photographically based artworks with the sensorial Collectors Auction December 19 through February 12, 2012
cues associated with emotional branding, that is September 3 through 25
the practice of enticing the senses to evoke a strong This exhibition and auction will feature works of
emotional receptiveness in the viewer. Farmilant’s art from local private collections available for bidding
goal is to expand the boundaries of photography through September 25.
and emotionally engage the in-between space, the
space between the viewer and the artwork. This is October 2011
accomplished by stimulating senses other than the 15th Annual Junque Arte Competition &
visual senses, the purview of typical art exhibits. The Exhibition
sounds of a live hospital are played in the gallery October 1 through November 27
space. Accompanying the exhibit are glass vials of Designed to celebrate artistic creativity on
antiseptic smells associated with a hospital. The the North Coast, and heighten the awareness of Curtis Otto
viewers are invited to open and smell the contents renewable resources in the art making process, each
of the vials. artwork in this juried exhibition is made from 100% Curtis Otto says he started to paint because“the oil
recycled material: reclaimed, reused, recovered, is what turned me on—it was the‘juice.’The brush just
August 2011 secondhand, salvaged, anything un-new! moved by itself—it turned me on to painting and art.”
Sarah Whorf, New Work Richard Duning, Back to the Bud Otto has had several one person shows and his work
August 25 through October 9 October 19 through December 11 is represented in various
As a printmaker, Whorf works primarily with the private collections. Otto
medium of woodcuts, and is currently working on spends most of his time
a series which addresses her conceptual interest in in Eureka and Grants Pass,
connectedness and attraction. Depicting abstracted Oregon.
objects which are linked together to form mixtures
Tom Knight Students,
that reference chandeliers, candelabras and fishing
A Tom Knight Legacy
December 21 through
February 5, 2012
This exhibition will
feature photographs from
Tom’s former students
Richard Duning who have gone onto
distinguish themselves in Tom Knight
Tom Knight was Duning’s first art teacher. He the field of photography.
taught him about seeing the ordinary, the abstract TomKnightwasaprofessor
and the symbolic in black and white photography. at Humboldt State University’s Art Department. Knight
Because of Knight’s way of seeing photographs as began teaching in 1956 and continued to teach until
Sarah Whorf
the intimate view—Duning feels the gallery under his death in 1990.
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Celebrate the 45th Anniversary of the Humboldt Arts Council!
Humboldt Arts Council is the county’s largest arts organization, founded in 1966 and dedicated to the promotion of arts and culture in
our region. The Morris Graves Museum of Art, a program of the Council, is located in the former Carnegie Library in Eureka. The Museum
was built in 1904 and completely renovated in 2000 with over 1 million dollars in donations from the local community. The Morris Graves
Museum of Art houses seven galleries including the Melvin Schuler Sculpture Garden, a Museum Gift Shop,
Youth Gallery and Classroom facilities, Arts Resource Center and Performance Rotunda.

HAC ANNUAL PROGRAMS & Exhibitions


For more info call (707) 442-0278.
EXHIBITIONS: Arts Council and the Morris Graves Museum
10th Annual Northwest Eye of Art will offer monthly workshops for
Featuring five-state regional fine art children, families and childcare providers. FREE
photography First Thursday Film Night, 6 to 7:30 p.m. 2 to 4 p.m.
25th Annual Images of Water Free: Quality film and open discussion
California Statewide Mixed Media based on PBS Point of View (POV) and MEMBERs of the
Competition and Exhibition Independent Lens programming HUMBOLDT ARTS COUNCIL...
17th Annual Junque Arte Second Saturday Family Arts Day
Each artwork is made from 100% recycled 2 to 4 p.m. • KEEP INFORMED of exhibits and events at the Morris
materials Free: Activities for youth and families, Graves Museum of Art. Learn about special museum
including performances, hands-on art competitions and exhibitions, and outstanding
HAC Annual Member Exhibition projects and interactive storytellers
Designed to highlight the fabulous art exhibitions from local and out-of-the area artists with
being produced by our artist members Sunday Afternoon at the Graves admission free to members.
2 to 4:30 p.m. • GET INSPIRED at monthly programs of film and
MONTHLY PROGRAMS: Free: Join us on the 3rd Sunday of each
month for an open jazz jam and jazz
discussion, jazz, dance programs, classical, cultural and
First Saturday Night Arts Alive! popular music events, and the family arts program
performance
6 to 9 p.m. including activities and performances for children,
Free: Join us for live music, opening Senior Sunday and much more!
receptions, and a great atmosphere! Every 4th Sunday of the month at
2 p.m. enjoy a Museum Tour with trained • KEEP ART IN THE SCHOOLS — Our Art Banks and
KEET’s Kids Club at the MGMA, first
docents to learn about the Museum’s Docents in the Schools Programs serve thousands
Saturday 12 to 2 p.m.
history, permanent collection, and of school children annually with artwork on loan
Free: In partnership with KEET-TV and the
current exhibitions while sipping tea and more than two dozen art-themed presentations
Ready-to-Learn initiative, the Humboldt
and meeting new friends!
available to schools.

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Indigenous Heritage & Culture
A
merican Indian tribes have called the North Coast home for gion as well as a Wellness Garden. The Wellness Garden is an area
thousands of years. Although relationships between Euro- dedicated to a traditional style of healing of body, mind and spirit
pean settlers and Native Americans have been less than ide- through serenity, medicinal and ceremonial herbs and plants.
al, today the stories and ceremonies of local American Indians are To find collections of Hupa, Yurok, and Karuk artifacts, visit the
shared with the community, providing a rich cultural experience. Hoopa Tribal Museum on Highway 96 in the Hoopa Shopping Cen-
Objects of ancient, as well as contemporary art and culture can be ter. The collection includes a fine display of local Indian basketry,
found in abundance in Humboldt County. ceremonial regalia, redwood dugout canoes, and tools and imple-
The Potawot Health Village in Arcata exhibits original artwork, ments used by Northern California tribes.
baskets, regalia, stick game paraphernalia and ceramics of the re-

American Indian Art & Gift Shop Hoopa Tribal Museum Potawot Health Village
241 F St., Eureka, 95501 • (707) 445-8451 Hwy 96 at Hoopa Shopping Center, Hoopa 1600 Weeot Way, Arcata, 95521
www.ncidc.org 95546 • (530) 625-4110 (707) 825-5000
Art and gift items by regional Native American www.hoopa-nsn.gov /departments/ Owned and operated by the United Indian Health
artists. museum.htm Services, this healing center includes healthcare
Clarke Historical Museum Demonstrates the culture and history of the services for Native Americans, a permanent
3rd and E Sts., Eureka 95501 • (707) 443-1947 native people of the area, including Hupa, Yurok collection of paintings, sculpture and basketry
www.clarkemuseum.org and Karuk. Native artifacts, as well as a village made by contemporary and traditional American
Permanent and rotating exhibits of Humboldt and fort (by advance appointment). Ceremonial Indian artists, two-miles of walking trails and a
County History, period rooms and American celebrations throughout the summer. wellness garden on its 40-acre site.
Indian basketry and regalia. Institute of Native Knowledge Sumeg Village Heritage Attraction
End of the Trail Museum at Trees of Mystery The Ink People, 517 Third St., Suite 36 Patrick’s Point State Park
15500 Hwy 101 N., Klamath • (800) 638-3389 Eureka 95501 • (707) 442-8413 4150 Patrick’s Point Dr.
www.treesofmystery.net www.instituteofnativeknowledge.org Trinidad 95570 • (707) 677-3570
Largest, privately owned collection of Native Offers ongoing Native American language classes, Features recreated Yurok village with plank homes
American art and artifacts, as well as rare Edward traditional dances and community presentations. set in the ground.
Curtis orotone photographs.

Humboldt County Museums


Blue Ox Millworks & Historic Park
One X St., Eureka 95501 • 444-3437
www.blueoxmill.com
Self-guided tour of Victorian era woodworking
shop, skid camp and farm including two blue garden, Native American
oxen; classes in woodworking, blacksmithing and artifacts and self-guided trail
ceramics. chronicling redwood logging
Clarke Historical Museum and life of Fort Humboldt.
240 E St., Eureka 95501 • 443-1947 Fortuna Depot Museum
www.clarkemuseum.org 3 Park St., Fortuna 95540
Morris Graves Museum of Art, photo by Denise Comiskey
Permanent and rotating collections of Humboldt 725-7645
County history, including Native American baskets www.sunnyfortuna.com/museum
and artifacts. Located in the Northwestern Pacific Railroad depot
Discovery Museum used from 1893-1965, the museum features local Morris Graves Museum of Art
501 Third St., Eureka 95501 • 443-9694 history and railroad memorabilia. 636 F St., Eureka 95501 • 442-0278
www.discovery-museum.org Kinetic Sculpture Museum www.humboldtarts.org
Hands-on children’s museum with art, science, 580 Main St., Ferndale 95536 Former Carnegie Library is home to the Humboldt
ocean, and health exhibits. Please call for events Features past entries in the Arcata-to-Ferndale Arts Council, six galleries and a sculpture garden.
available for children’s parties. Kinetic Sculpture Race. Also offered are HAC’s Performing Arts Series, Arts
Ferndale Museum Humboldt Bay Maritime Museum Alive! receptions and performances (first Saturday
Shaw & Third Sts. Across the bridge from Eureka in Samoa every month).
Ferndale 95536 8 Samoa Rd., Eureka next to the Trinidad Museum
786-4466 Samoa Cookhouse • 444-9440 400 Janis Court, Trinidad 95570 · 677-3883
www.ferndale-museum.org www.humboldtbaymaritimemuseum.com www.trinidadmuseum.org
Displays Victorian life with typical living settings, Nautical items, ship models, ship building tools, Features photos of the whaling and logging
dairy and agricultural equipment, blacksmith artifacts related to shipwrecks and lighthouses, history of the area, a native plant garden, marine
area, antique machine shop items, local photos and information on the bay ferries. shells and Yurok artifacts.
and an operating seismograph. HSU Natural History Museum Willow Creek-China Flat Museum
Fort Humboldt State 1315 G St., Arcata 95521 • 826-4479 Hwys 299 and 96, Willow Creek 95573
Historic Park & Logging Trail www.humboldt.edu/natmus/ (530) 629-2653 • www.bigfootcountry.net
3431 Fort Ave., Eureka 95503 • 445-6567 Museum is available for school visits, not open to Features logging, mining and farming history of
www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=665 the public. Interactive exhibits, fossils and displays the region, Native American information, and a Big
Attractions include original buildings, historic on local animals, insects, marine life and birds. Foot display area.

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Humboldt Artists’ Profiles
Donna K. Bush
W hat follows is a sampling of Humboldt County artists
and ways to contact them. Links to their websites
may also be found online at www.thepalette.com. The
Watercolor
Simple things in nature catch my eye
with stirring images of light, color and
form. I love the magic of watercolor
Humboldt Arts Council maintains an Arts Online Directory with its transparent qualities. It takes
of members’ work on the website www.humboldtarts.org on a spirit of its own, blending and
transforming on the paper before my
and offers other benefits to artists such as special exhibition eyes. The trick is knowing when to
and program opportunities, and personalized access to leave it alone.
Humboldt County’s resources and services. Fortuna, CA, 726-7743
dbush@suddenlink.net
All area codes (707) unless otherwise noted. www.donnakbushwatercolors.com

Mary Louise Anderson Ruth Braverman


Oil, Watercolor, Colored Canaway M.F.A.
Pencil, Ceramic Sculpture Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor,
I welcome commissions and really True Fresco
enjoy teaching art classes and I give classes in Watercolor, Acrylic
workshops. Life within the arts is and Oil, although Photoshop has
inspiring and very rewarding. recently taken me prisoner. I’m
P.O. Box 1132 available for Commissions, Murals,
Blue Lake, CA 95525 and Gallery Shows. Always evolving,
www.freewebs.com/ sometimes in Retrograde.
marylanderson By appt. 444-9419, cell: 499-3162, canaway@sbcglobal.net
www.RuthBravermanCanaway.com

Julia Bednar Mary Jo Casasanta


Watercolor, Oil, Acrylic Jazz Vocalist
My paintings are inspired by Mary-Jo is a jazz vocalist who plays
nature; from the beauty of a locally with various jazz musicians.
flower or landscape, to the power She is available for private parties and
and majesty of a rock formation events wherever jazz is essential. CDs are
or the charm and mystery of a cat. available in Eureka at Berliner’s Cornucopia
My studio is open by appointment. To book an event, please call 725-6242,
P.O. Box 9023, Eureka, CA 95502 or email vox88@northcoast.com
443-4081
jbednar@humboldt1.com

Stan Bennett Diana Penna Casey


Kinetic Wire Sculpture Custom Manufacturing Jeweler
Kinetic sculpture is the natural result of I design gold and silver jewelry
combining design and mechanics. I want my incorporating organic forms around stones
work to be as much fun to own as it is to make. or plain metal.
P.O. Box 381, Ferndale, CA 95536 1624 Lowell St., Eureka, CA 95501
786-4798 442-5520
www.stanbennett.com c-casey@sbcglobal.net

Dona Blakely Paula Cunningham


Oil, Egg Tempera & Gold Leaf Dry Pastels, Acrylics
Our mysterious natural world is My goal is to capture those enduring and
at the heart of my art. I believe endearing qualities that have earned
that there are worlds revolving the title of “Man’s Best Friend” for our dogs.
in nature that most humans are P.O. Box 6312, Eureka 95502
blind to. These hidden worlds are nooage@pacbell.net
where myths are born and where www.humboldtarts.org/Arts/Visualarts/
my inspiration comes from. paulacunningham.html
573 Golden Gate Drive
Carlotta, CA 95528
777-2247

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Humboldt Artists’ Profiles
Kay Damgaard Beverly Harper
Photography Oil Paintings and Limited Edition
By exploring flowers with my camera, I’m able to Prints
capture a portion of nature that very few people 442-8929
ever see. The lines and shapes of flowers are b.harper35@yahoo.com
endlessly fascinating. www.beverlyharperartwork.com
1921 Jennings Ave., Santa Rosa, CA 95401
527-7798
pweufp@sonic.net
www.kaydamgaardphotography.com

Roystorm Hayotis
Richard Duning Original Music—Light Rock with Native
Mixed Media on Board American Overtones
He is right, and only he knows it and can My job musically is to observe and report.
judge it ultimately. From moment to Lakota tradition provides my framework. I have
moment, like a compass whose magnetic created 35 albums of original music—the latest
una Art Council north is shifting because it is about the
journey, not the destination. The authenticity
being a CD, “Between Sky & River,” with my band
Clouds on Mountain. Number 36, “Landscapes
of each decision. Viewing the journey can from the Inn,” is under construction. I make
Fortuna Art Council
become one’s own journey.
Visual Art and Creativity In Humboldt inspirational music for all spirited occasions.
839-2500, duning@sonic.net 2430 Albee St., Eureka, CA 95501
County Since 1966 www.dreamandimage.com
upporting Visual Art and Creativity In Humboldt 443-6815
County Since 1966 rhayotis@yahoo.com

Fortuna Art Council


Non-profit Organization of Lunel Haysmer
Visual Artists - Group of local artists Assemblage, Mixed Media, Found Objects
supporting visual art and artists in I use recycled objects to create quirky, poignant
Humboldt Co., and exhibit in businesses assemblages that are visual metaphors. My art
throughout Fortuna and various venues encourages viewers to reflect on our shared human
in Humboldt Co. New members welcome experience – in a bemusing way. The 3-dimensional
and anyone interested is invited to attend aspect invites the observer into the art to find the “story”
meetings held every third Monday of or to ask a question. Studio visits and commissions by
the month (except Dec.) in Rohner Park appointment.
Recreation Hall at 1:00, followed by guest 1037 F St., Eureka, CA 95501
speaker. info@fortunaartcouncil.org haysmer@humboldt1.com
fortunaartcouncil@yahoo.com www.lunelhaysmer.blogspot.com
www.fortunartcouncil.org www.haysmerart.com

Elaine Gredassoff Heart Bead


Watercolor Your bead store...where you are the artist—with a
The challenge in painting for me little help from your friends at Heart Bead. Express
is to take a blank sheet of paper yourself, adorn yourself, enjoy yourself! Be inspired by
and with my brushes and pigments bits and pieces from around the world, then relax and
create an image where nothing let our professional staff help you with the technical
except white existed before. It is stuff at no extra charge!
exhilarating! California landscapes,
On the Arcata Plaza for 20 years...open everyday.
especially Humboldt County are my
826-9577
primary subjects, however as I paint, I
continue to explore the medium and
evolve my techniques, style
and subjects.
768-2125, ggredassoff@yahoo.com

Stephen D. Hammons Yvonne Kern


Photography Oil on Canvas/Watercolor
I believe that the “Pot of Gold” is Yvonne specializes in capturing the
not at the end of Rainbows, but the oasis of beauty that is the Northern
“experience,” which is priceless! California coastal area. Studio tours
Steve is the “Emeritus Associate by appointment, are enjoyed and
Publisher” and one of the photographers encouraged. Open the first weekend of
for the 101 Things to Do magazines. the North Coast Open Studios.
Steve also is a photographer for this 1094 Vernon St., Eureka, CA 95501
The Palette magazine. 616-4886
845-8207 ykern@reninet.com
steve@101things.com www.yvonnekern.com

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Humboldt Artists’ Profiles
Dušanka Kralj Randy Mayers
Art for Contemporary Interiors Digital Photography
Nationally exhibiting artist awarded finalist My favorite days are spent following
for three pieces in “The Artist’s Magazine” the light and shadow across a
27th Annual Competition and selected for, landscape with my camera. I am
“Visual Journeys: Art of the 21st Century.” always drawn to the liminal aspects
Art will be available at Plaza Design in the of both landscapes and architecture.
summer of 2011. Commissions and interior I also enjoy photographing
consultations accepted. glass. Most recently, I have been
487-6125 for studio experimenting with portraiture.
dusankakralj@msn.com P.O. Box 663, Loleta, CA 95551
www.dusankakralj.com ci2rm@suddenlink.net

Henry Kruger Cat McAdams


Custom Tattoo Artist Acrylic on Canvas
Tattoos are a lifelong commitment, and I’ve I meditate before I paint. Then
dedicated my life to tattooing. As a Custom “intuition” can slip in symbolism and
Tattoo Artist, I enjoy taking a person’s ideas and ideas that feel inspired beyond the
creating a one-of-a-kind piece of art, that we both limits of the personal programming.
can be happy with for life. Light is my symbol of positive energy.
Stop in Tues - Sat, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m., to look P.O. Box 7, Fortuna, CA 95540
at my portfolio and set up a consultation. 768-2117
Sailor’s Grave Tattoo www.catmcadams.com
138 Second St., Old Town Eureka
443-0666
www.sailorsgravetattoo.com
Karen Merry
Frances Kuta Watercolor & Pen and Ink
Oil (image-Dancing with the Stars)
I love to paint portrait, figures and still life. I view the world as a vibrant and
Painting models live (versus from photos) allows colorful place, filled with an eclectic
me to see and feel nuances I might miss with array of subject matter for my vivid
just photography. Lighting is crucial as it will watercolor paintings. Art Studio is open
illuminate beautiful colors in skin, fabrics and by appointment and for Arts Alive!
textures....and I love color! 207 G St., Rm 102, Eureka, CA 95501
207 G St., #109, Eureka, CA 95501 616-8713 or (877) 662-8886
franceskuta@gmail.com karen@karenmerryartist.com
www.franceskuta.com www.karenmerryartist.com

Michelle Murphy-Ferguson
Mimi La Plant Oil
A native to the North Coast, Michelle was
Mixed Media on Paper & Canvas
raised surrounded by the natural beauty and
My work is the continuation of a long
serenity of the Redwood Forests and the Pacific
investigation into the possibilities and meanings
Ocean. These elements reflect in her works. In
of abstraction. Shapes and lines developed over
her studio she paints an arrangement of still-
years of experience mirrors deep unconscious
life and figurative-portraits, and also works on
structures. Artwork at Arcata Artisans Gallery,
location (plein-air) painting landscapes and
ArcataArtisans.com
seascapes. Commissions are welcome.
(707) 826-1680
207 G St., Eureka, CA 95501
mimila@humboldt1.com
michellemferguson@suddenlink.net
www.michellemurphy-ferguson.com

Dan O’Gara
Jim Lowry Storytelling
Limited Edition Archival Dan O’Gara is a professional storyteller for
Digital Prints all age groups, sharing little-known tales of
My work can be seen locally at the North Coast, inspirational stories from
the Arcata Artisans Co-op and the heart, and family participation fun. Find
the Morris Graves Museum of Art. him at festivals, schools, and conferences in
Studio visits by appointment. Ireland and the United States.
320 Park Ave., Arcata, CA 95521 P.O. Box 517, Trinidad, CA 95570
822-5249 677-3840
www.jimlowryart.com penne.ogara@gmail.com
jmzlowry@humboldt1.com

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Humboldt Artists’ Profiles
Alan Olmstead Yevonne M. Reynolds
Photographer Colored Pencil (Lightfast)
A race fan since childhood, My focus is on landscapes of the North Coast.
Alan brings his 30+ years as I create my art with lightfast colored pencils.
a photographer together in a Commissions welcome.
series of Vintage Racing and 18888 Hwy 299, Blue Lake, CA 95525
Classic Car art photography he 668-5266
entitles “AutoRotica,” to evoke info@yevonnereynolds.com
the passion a true enthusiast www.yevonnereynolds.com
feels for the thrill of speed and
danger inherent in the blend of man and exotic machine. Alan uses the latest
digital technology to create new and exciting effects.
443-9836, siriusone@aol.com, www.sirius-studios.com (web gallery)

John Palmer Victoria Ryan


Oil Painting, Mainly Landscapes Soft Pastel, Oil
I try to find and capture the I work primarily in soft pastel to
light that creates engaging achieve a sense of a heightened reality,
compositions that strike me with mood and feeling in my paintings
the emotional and perceptual of landscapes and architecture. My
intensity that I first experienced paintings can be found in private and
as a child. Try Old Town Antique corporate collections worldwide.
Lighting Gallery on Second & F Sts., Open by appointment at
Eureka, for my work or that of many 2286 Ralphs Ct., Eureka, CA 95503
other fine local artists. victoria@victoriaryan.com
668-1708, jcpalmer@reninet.com toodleart@twitter.com
www.victoriaryan.com

Cathy Ray Pierson


Functional and Decorative Susan Genell
Ceramics Schuessler
Pierson Pottery Oil, Pencil, Water Color
132 Azalea Way, Eureka, CA 95503 Nature and the beauty of this
443-1665 earth fill me with awe. My passion
cathyray@pierson1.com is to be able to portray my
www.piersonpottery.com inspiration through my art, be it
abstract or expressionistic.
susangenell@earthlink.net

Mariko Pratt
Mixed Medium Bob and Donna Sellers
I am a fantasy artist and Art Graduate Mixed Media, Acrylics
from HSU. The acrylic paints, watercolors Art Themes: “Reflections Of The
and sculpture are largely drawn North Coast,” and “Reflections
from various mythologies and deep Of The Feminine.” Originals,
reverence for nature. I am also working Prints, Custom Work and Photo
on several stories incorporating these Restoration.
various images. Here, you’ll find no Visit our home studio by
tired, overused clichés or traditional appointment:
stereotypes. 442-2123
4510 Central Ave., McKinleyville, CA sellers@castlelightart.com
95519, 839-0345, mmpratt@yahoo.com www.CastleLightArt.com

Camille Regli Jack Sewell


Oil Painting Sculpture
I enjoy painting still life and I create classical figure sculpture using
landscapes expressing the vanishing, traditional images and techniques, then adapt
peaceful farm lifestyle and the beauty them to fit my contemporary vision. I work in a
of the local area. wide range of materials including bronze, steel,
Showing at the Ferndale Arts wood, concrete, clay, found objects and odd
Gallery: 580 Main St., Ferndale materials. My pieces of sculpture have been in
786-9634 miniature and in monumental scale.
camilleregli@frontiernet.net 449-5506
www.ferndaleartgallery.com jsewellart@suddenlink.net
www.jacksewell.com

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Humboldt Artists’ Profiles
Michael Shearer Dolores Terry
Hand Blown Glass Art Oil and Acrylic Painting
The love of working with hot glass lures Studio open by appointment.
us ever onward in exploring the making P.O. Box 423, Cutten, CA 95534
of art glass vases, bowls, perfume 443-3913
bottles and sculptures. After 35 years of
glassmaking it continues to be a great
joy to create one-of-a-kind objects that
are enjoyed and collected by so many
people worldwide. We invite you to come and see our beautiful art glass.
5251 Avenue of the Giants, Miranda, CA 95553
943-3053, info@spiritglass.com, www.spiritglass.com

Shoshanna
Middle Eastern Dance Artist Beti Webb Trauth
As a performer, I strive to bring my audience with Multi-faceted Artist
me on a journey into the heart of Arabic music, Photographer for individuals, newspapers,
expressing celebration of life through dance. I teach magazines and websites. Feature writer and
locally and nationally, direct Ya Habibi Dance theatre reviewer. Actress, singer, director and
Company and Redwood Raks World Dance Studio, producer. Private acting coach.
and produce music and dance events, including the 840-0111
Redwood Coast Belly Dance Festival. I’ve studied this lightpow@arcatanet.com
style since 1992, and in 2004 earned the title “Belly
Dancer of the Year.”
616-6876, dance@shoshannaland.com
www.shoshannaland.com

Laurel Skye Lisa Marie Waters


Italian Glass, Mosaics Pastel Paintings, Fine Art Prints
Taking a found object out of context, using it in an & Note Cards
unexpected way, creating new realities from the shards Website and gallery/studio sales.
of old ones, transporting the viewer to a delicious new Gallery visits welcome.
perspective, and maybe to the edge of a whole new vision. Please email to arrange an appointment.
Workshops and supplies available.
Lisa@WatersArt.com
948 11th St., Arcata, CA 95521
www.WatersArt.com
822-6677
laurelskye@sbcglobal.net
web.me.com/laurelskye

Susan Strope Hal Work


Oil and Acrylic Photography
Visit Studio S Wide-format printing, digital darkroom
717 3rd St., Eureka tutoring, and web design is available for
Open Fri & Sat 1-5 p.m. local photographers. My work can be
seen locally at the Old Town Art Gallery
in Eureka and on the web.
496-0221
lucidworks@suddenlink.net
www.lucid-works.com
www.eurekaphotoshop.com
www.oldtownartgalleryeureka.com

Holly Sweet Barbara A. Wright


Textile Painting Mosaics, Dichroic Glass Jewelry
Over the last 30 years, I have I work basically from my unconscious. Creating each
developed my own style of piece from an idea of color, design or what moves me
textile painting on silk, cotton, at the moments of creation, ending up with a surprise
hemp and other interesting every time. My work is exhibited at Arcata Artisans,
materials. I enjoy making useful Highlight Gallery in Mendocino and various venues
art that adds beauty, humor and around Humboldt County.
comfort to people’s lives. I call P.O. Box 486, Trinidad, CA 95570
my art “Deep Cute.” 677-9410
Persimmons Garden Gallery, P.O. Box 935, Redway, CA 95560 etw1@suddenlink.net
923-2748, www.PersimmonsGardenGallery.com www.wrightmosaics.com

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Supporting Artisans
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