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Glorious Mud ~ Opening Reception
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Glorious Mud ~ Opening Reception

Glorious Mud ~ Opening Reception

It was an event-packed night at Liberty Arts with the
Opening Reception for Glorious Mud,
pottery demonstrations by Noam Zimin on the Plaza,
as well as Art of the Harvest  on Broadway.

If you missed the opening reception … or just want to revisit the fun, it’s all here for you!

Jane Hall, Candace Miller
Curators Jane Hall & Candace Miller discuss the show with a gallery guest.

Jill Gardner & friend
Glorious Mud artist Jill Gardner with Cindy Summers.

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Nikolas Allan
Nikolas Allen converses with Candace Miller’s Googly Maquette.

 Noam & Robin
On the Plaza Noam Zimin from Clay Dance Studio captivated guests by
creating a variety of pots while Liberty Arts board member,
Robin O’Brien, worked on the membership drive.

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Music was provided by Gerry Murphy and Brian McKee.

Meanwhile, on Broadway at  Art of the Harvest

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Tom and Kate O’Brien were serving a delicious Albondigas soup prepared by
Jose from Lalo’s Restaurant in Yreka using fresh local ingredients,
including Organic Beef from Scott River Ranch and
fresh produce from Homeward Bounty Farm  in Grenada.

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Heartsong Pasta Company
was serving their Simply Sumptuous …
Mouth-watering handmade pasta produced locally using the best natural and
wholesome ingredients to nurture your family. handmade ravioli, sauce , and noodles.

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Board member Pam Hanson was serving a special pizza made by Jocelyn of
Yreka Pizza Factory using fresh tomatoes, onion, zucchini and basil from
Horse Creek Farm to enhance this awesome cheese pizza.

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Misty from Misty’s Wet Yer Whistle Espresso, which serves specialty pastries on Broadway,
created a unique Mud Pie in honor of Glorious Mud for all to enjoy.

In addition to the businesses mentioned above participating partners
in Art of the Harvest include …

Scott River Ranch featuring Grass-Fed Organic Beef. A healthier and
more flavorful choice for you and your family.
We are a multi-generational family ranch that specializes in
grass-fed and grass finished 100% USDA organic beef.

Homeward Bounty Farm – CSA boxes. Community Supported Agriculture

Horse Creek Farm with locally grown Certified Organic produce at the Grub Club on
Thursday, noon – 1:00 pm in the back of Nature’s Kitchen.
Also at the Mt. Shasta farmers’ market.

Jason Friendly Foods where delicious meets healthy!
Making gluten free, dairy free, soy free and wheat free foods using
mostly organic, raw, and non-GMO ingredients.
They NEVER use any artificial flavors/colors or preservatives in their products.

Yreka Community Garden with community garden beds, community greenhouse,
educational workshop, food donation. Children’s garden, people’s garden,
songbird garden, therapeutic garden, orchard.

Wine Bar on Broadway
presented a delicious hummus served with organic Comice pears.

 

The Glorious Mud exhibition and Art of the Harvest were funded in part by a grant from …

California Arts Council & National Endowment for the ArtsCalifornia Arts Council, a state agency,
National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

2 Responses

  1. Fabulous post Sharon! And big kudos to all the hard-workers who put lots of love into this jam-packed event. Good food, music, art and company ~ another memorable evening in Y-Town!