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Arts briefs: Feb. 3, 2016

Arts briefs: Feb. 3, 2016

Kingston is Confluence artist is residence Margaret Kingston is Confluence Gallery & Art Center’s artist in residence for three months through spring 2016, and will create a body of work that will be exhibited from April 23–May 4. Kingston, a Methow Valley resident, creates intricate oil paintings that might be mistaken for photographs. “Often featuring...
Arts briefs: Dec. 23, 2015

Arts briefs: Dec. 23, 2015

Jazz night benefits MVCC The Old Schoolhouse Brewery in Winthrop will host a night of jazz on Dec. 30 to benefit the Methow Valley Citizens Council (MVCC). Julliard graduate and founder of the Westerlies, Riley Mulherkar, and his brother Andrew, a New England Conservatory graduate, will be joined by local talent for a night of...
Arts briefs: Dec. 2, 2015

Arts briefs: Dec. 2, 2015

Events at Trail’s End Trail’s End Bookstore hosts two events this week: • On Saturday (Dec. 5), science fiction author Michael Allen Sales will read from his popular book Jump Reactor from 4 – 7 p.m. • On Sunday (Dec. 6), the bookstore stages its annual sale to support public school libraries in the Methow Valley. Everything in...
Confluence Gallery makes a big point with miniature art exhibit

Confluence Gallery makes a big point with miniature art exhibit

The wonder and whimsy of tiny art will invite viewers to get up-close at Confluence Gallery’s new exhibit, “It’s the Little Things: Miniature Art Exhibition.” The show opens Saturday (Nov. 21) and runs through the holiday season, offering a wide range of “tiny but mighty” works of art to appreciate and …
Arts briefs: Nov. 11, 2015

Arts briefs: Nov. 11, 2015

Herb and Dorothy at movie night Movie night at Confluence Gallery in Twisp will feature Herb and Dorothy on Friday (Nov. 13) at 6:30 p.m. The film by Megumi Sasaki is about a New York postman and librarian who amassed one of the most important collections of conceptual and minimalist art in history with very...
Arts briefs: Nov. 4, 2015

Arts briefs: Nov. 4, 2015

Party with Confluence at annual meeting It’s a contra dance party, it’s an annual meeting, it’s an indoor picnic — Confluence Gallery will stage its yearly membership event on Friday (Nov. 6) from 6:30 – 10 p.m. at the Winthrop Barn. Members get in free; others pay $35 — which includes a membership. Danceable music will be provided by the Red Crow...
Arts briefs: October 21, 2015

Arts briefs: October 21, 2015

Music at East 20 East 20 Pizza employee and opera singer Roberto Salinas Elizastequi will be joined by pianist Jonathan Ewan Soler to entertain diners at the restaurant on Saturday (Oct. 24) beginning at 6 p.m. Both performers are Cuban nationals. For more information, call 996-3996. Confluence’s annual party Confluence Gallery’s annual membership party will...
Confluence names artist in residence

Confluence names artist in residence

Seattle artist Perri Howard has been selected as the artist in residence at Confluence Gallery in Twisp through December. Howard will present works created during her residency at an exhibit on Jan. 8, 2016. Howard’s resume includes shows and awards, as well as public art commissions, residencies and artist presentations around the world. She received...
Confluence Gallery exhibit explores cultural traditions through mythology

Confluence Gallery exhibit explores cultural traditions through mythology

By Ann McCreary Throughout human history, artists have been inspired to depict the legends and characters contained in mythology. A new exhibit opening Saturday (Oct. 10) at Confluence Gallery, titled “Mythology,” continues that tradition, asking artists to respond through their art to the concept of mythology and the fundamental mysteries of life that myths explore....
Watch 27 Methow Valley artists at work in their studios this Saturday and Sunday

Watch 27 Methow Valley artists at work in their studios this Saturday and Sunday

See art in the making this weekend (Sept. 19 and 20) when 27 artists in 18 studios throughout the Methow Valley open their doors to the public. Artists will provide demonstrations of works in process along with finished art works for sale. Participating artists include painters, fiber and textile artists, ceramicists, woodworkers, photographers, jewelers, metal...