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Getting the work on the walls!

There is a lot of work that goes into creating the Liberty Arts exhibitions and opening receptions. Here is a glimpse behind the scenes of how it all comes together. We are fortunate to be able to rely on our amazing volunteers and helpers working hard and having fun!

Laddie John Dill with volunteers
It took 3 people to lift Laddie’s aluminum & tempered glass piece.

Charles Arnoldi at work
Chuck just got right to work with amazing focus and got the job done!

Welcome to the Opening Reception for Venice Beach!

Carles Arnoldi & Laddie John Dill
Charles Arnoldi (Chuck) & Laddie John Dill

Venice Beach Artist discussion
Gallery guests are always intrigued with the artist’s informal discussion of their work.

Venice Beach artist Charles Arnoldi, Eloise Larson & Cathy Valentine

Venice Beach Laddie John Dill & Cora Brownell

Venice Beach Laddie John Dill, Mary Carpelan, Robin Richards

Venice Beach Kathe Worsley, Russel Jones & Laddie John Dill,Cora Brownell & Roger Davis

Russel Jones & Charles Arnoldi

Brenda, NIckolas & Jill

Laddie, David Gochenour, Daryl Brooks

Getting down to business!

Patrick Stewart & Rick Garrett
Patrick Stewart and Rick Garrett

Katie, Chuck & Pamela
Katie & Charles Arnoldi with Pamela Barish

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Jill Gardner

We are very grateful to our Liberty Arts board member and curator, Jill Gardner, for bringing Venice Beach to Yreka and introducing us to Laddie John Dill and Charles Arnoldi!

The Venice Beach exhibition will continue through September 9, 2016.

Liberty Arts is located at 108 W. Miner Street in historic downtown Yreka, CA.

Gallery hours: Wednesday ~ Saturday, 10:00 – 5:00

 

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California Arts Council & National Endowment for the Arts

These activities are funded in part, by the California Arts Council, a state agency,
theĀ  National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

Photos by Sharon LoMonaco, 2016

2 Responses

  1. Phil Dynan says:

    GREAT photos of a fantastic exhibit. Thank You for posting them and including the set-up of the show as well!