Inspiration from the natural world is conveyed through jewelry, watercolor paintings and photography in a new show opening this week at Winthrop Gallery. The exhibit is titled, “Inspired, imagined, inquiring.” Three members of the Winthrop Gallery artists cooperative exhibit a selection of work illustrating their fascination with landscapes around them, remnants of the past, and […]
Community deserves it Dear Editor: Re: Okanogan County Fire District 6 levy request. It seems to me that much of the money we pay in taxes goes towards all sorts of things that we have no control over and would not necessarily choose to support. This is an opportunity to do something in our community […]
This week: Bluegrass at Spartan Art on Oct. 12, Cuba comes to Confluence on Oct. 24, Painters’ retreat on Oct. 24-25 and Cashore’s marionettes coming on Nov. 1
By Don Nelson
On Saturday afternoon, a woman with her young daughter in tow stopped by the Antlers Saloon and Cafe building in Twisp to chat with new owner Paul Christen, who has begun an extensive remodeling of the historic bar and eatery that closed late last year. The woman told Christen she had spent many happy hours in the place in younger days. She and the rest of the community will have the opportunity again when Christen’s makeover is complete.
Christen featured in Idaho exhibit Methow Valley artist Paula Christen will be among the featured artists when the Palouse Watercolor Socius’ four-state regional juried exhibition opens to the public at the University of Idaho’s Prichard Art Gallery on June 14, running through Aug. 3. The works of watercolor artists from Idaho, Washington, Montana and Oregon […]