Archive for the ‘Mixed Media’ Category

Poster by Susan Elle and Marcia Hietala

We have a great lineup of live music for Art in the Courtyard 2019, local and regional musicians and bands. Here is the schedule:

Friday 6-8: Jeff Box and Annie Nies from Open Range

Saturday 12-2: Tracy Morrison, singer/songwriter
Saturday 2-4: Catfish d’Grey, Americana/originals
Saturday 4-6: Mountain Fever, bluegrass and more

Sunday 12-2: Michaela French, singer/songwriter
Sunday 2-4: Fog Lifter Band, Celtic and more

Click the links provided to find out more about the musicians and bands.

Local Band Catfish D’Grey

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Poster by Susan Elle and Marcia Hietala

Thank you to all who applied for Art in the Courtyard 2019. We had many fine entries and were able to select artists from a wide variety of disciplines: ceramics, fiber art, guitar-making, jewelry, metal, painting, mixed media, photography, printmaking, woodturning. This promises to be a great show.

We are pleased to announce the artists who will be in the show:

Alan Giltzow and Andre Strope
Allen Malaise
Allison Myerhoff
Brian Porter
Candace Bonawitz
Celia Smith
Carol Elliott Smith
Connie McClaran
Debbie Barnett
Everett Smith
Gail Richards
Genie Sue Weppner
Jan Bittenbender
Jan Fease
Kat and Harry Dellamater
Michael Norsk
Michele Applebee
Ron Pridmore
Sharon Herther
Stephanie Teeter
Susan Elle
Tom O’Connor

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“Yellow Brick Road” by Peggy Jo Wilhelm

We head into summer with glacier lilies and buttercups making way for lupine and indian paintbrush along the paths and meadows of our central mountains. At the gallery, our guest for June will be fused glass artist Peggy Jo Wilhelm, who creates sparkling glass work in Boise’s East End that are perfect for our mountain gallery. Our featured artist is photographer mixed-media artist Amy McRae. Amy transfers photographic images to handmade and specialty papers in unique ways that you have to see to believe.

Meet the artists and view the art by over twenty regional artists at our First Saturday reception, June 1, 4-8 p.m., with music by local singer/guitarist Lou Beaudry.

Gallery Fifty-Five is a nonprofit artist cooperative.

When: Saturday, June 1, 4-8 pm.

Where: Gallery Fifty-Five, 311 E. Lake Street, McCall, Idaho

Admission: Free

For more information, email us at gallery55art@gmail.com or call 208-634-6313.

“Emerging” by Amy McRae

 

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“Room for One More” by Pam McKnight

We have a sweetheart of a month coming up at the gallery. Assemblage artist Pam McKnight joins us in February as our guest from her studio, “Every Little Thing,” where she constructs delightful sculptures and tableaux from small found objects that you will recognize: doll parts, craft décor, scraps of paper and wood and more. Her creations beg for storytelling. At the other end of the scale, we also feature our own Allen Malaise, who creates large wildlife bronzes using the ancient art of lost-wax casting. Come to our reception during Winter Carnival for these exceptional artists on February 2, 4-8 p.m., and welcome the St. Luke’s McCall Auxiliary who will be providing the appetizers for the evening! You’ll want to hear more from them about the exciting work that the Auxiliary does for our community and how to join them in this valuable work.

Meet the artists and view the art by over twenty local and regional artists at our First Saturday reception, February 2, 4-8 p.m., with music by Judy Berg, wine by Bistro 45 and appetizers by St. Luke’s McCall Auxiliary.

Gallery Fifty-Five is a nonprofit artist cooperative.

When: Saturday, February 2, 4-8 pm.
Where: Gallery Fifty-Five, 311 E. Lake Street, McCall, Idaho
Admission: Free

For more information, email us at gallery55art@gmail.com or call 208-634-6313.

“Quick Descent” by Allen Malaise

Judy Berg

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Gallery 55 is open 11-7 on Black Friday and serving light refreshments 4-7. The gallery is full of gift ideas, including artist-made tree ornaments, holiday chutney, decorated gift boxes and art priced just right for holiday giving. On Black Friday and every Friday through December 21, the gallery will be open until 7. So, we hope you will join us, see the art by over twenty local and regional artists and enjoy the beautiful view of Payette Lake from the gallery.

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“Parfleche 6” by Pam Demo

August in McCall is heaven on earth. Come enjoy the lakeside scene at Gallery 55, August 4, 4-8 pm, at a special reception for guest artist Pam Demo with wine by Bistro 45, music by Mike Rutledge and a delectable array of appetizers. You will experience Pam’s mixed-media constructions, common objects skillfully transformed into fine art. See more about Pam at pamdemo.com. Please also welcome our newest members, Stephen Baughman, who works in watercolor and many other media, and Melissa Shelby, photographer.  Pam and Stephen’s and Melissa’s art, plus works of art from more than twenty Idaho artists, will be on display through August, 11-6 daily.

What: First Saturday Reception

When: August 4, 4 – 8 pm

Where: Gallery Fifty-Five, 311 E. Lake St, downtown McCall

“Untitled” by Stephen Baughman

“Sunrise Over Hotel McCall” by Melissa Shelby

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Photo by Melissa Shelby

Gallery 55 is pleased to offer for sale, as a fundraiser for McCall’s Children’s Theater, the masks that Robin Klassner, Kay La Bella, Etta Mayfield, Katrina Rude, Marnie Sell and Victoria Sell created for the 2017 fall production of Disney’s “The Lion King Jr.” The production was presented by the McCall Arts and Humanities Council’s Children’s Theater program by special arrangement with Music Theatre International with stage direction and choreography by Dawn Kolden and music direction by Linda Mayer. You can view these beautiful masks at the gallery through the month of June. Your purchase of a mask supports more great opportunities for local youth to participate in high-quality theater education. Director Kolden tells us that wearing a mask created for an actor “is a privilege. As the actor prepares for the role, the artist prepares for the creation of the mask. Each mask has an energy and, when brought to life on stage, it is palpable.” Come by the gallery and feel the energy.

Please join us for a reception on June 2, 4-8 pm, Gallery 55, 311 E. Lake St., McCall.

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