Whether they are places to grow food or tranquil retreats, gardens have always been sources of inspiration for artists. Gardens inspired the next Confluence Gallery exhibit, called “Dig It: A Place Where Art and Gardens Come Together.” The exhibit presents art about gardens and art for gardens, and opens Saturday (June 1) with a reception […]
Methow Valley artist Rod Weagant will have a solo show opening at the Collapse Gallery in Wenatchee on June 7, continuing through June 29. There will be an opening reception on June 7 from 4–9 p.m. at the gallery, 115 S. Wenatchee Ave. Weagant has been an established plein air artist in north central Washington […]
On the brick walls of Rod Weagant’s bright, airy gallery on Glover Street hang landscape paintings of mountains, rivers, buttes and lakes — many of which may be familiar to Methow Valley residents and visitors.
“Paintings for people that love the Methow,” reads a sign on the door of …
Shadow and light, opposites that define each other, provide the concept behind Confluence Gallery’s upcoming art exhibit that opens Jan. 16.
“Shadow and Light” explores artists’ interpretations of how shadow and light contrast and compliment each other, giving definition, clarity or mystery to the world around us.
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 […]
By Laurelle Walsh
Seattle-based actor, director and teaching artist Terri Weagant brings a solo performance of The Amish Project by Jessica Dickey to The Merc Playhouse in Twisp in two shows, …
This week: Pinkerton reads from debut novel, The Amish project coming to the Merc in June, and River is focus of next Confluence exhibit
By Laurelle Walsh
… An informational session will be held this Thursday (Feb. 6) at 5 p.m. at Door No. 3 in the Methow Valley Community Center. “Anybody with questions is encouraged to attend,” said Koch. For more information, call Koch at 997-0664 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.