Archive for the ‘Painting’ Category

We want everyone to stay as safe and healthy as possible. If you are looking for a gift of art for yourself or someone else, you can now shop from the comfort of your home at our new Art For Sale web page at galleryfiftyfive.com. Check it out. New items are added daily. If you don’t see something there, send an email to gallery55art@gmail.com. Tell us what you are interested in, and we’ll help you find what you are looking for. And thank you for supporting local art and local artists!

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Gallery Fifty-Five is closing through the end of March, following guidelines from the CDC to help our country’s effort to flatten the curve of new cases of Covid-19.

Items in the gallery are still for sale during the closure. If you have a favorite artist from the gallery or there is art you saw in the gallery but have been waiting to buy, you can purchase art by sending an email to gallery55art@gmail.com. Describe what you want to buy or tell us which artist you are interested in, and we’ll help you find what you are looking for and arrange for payment and shipping.

We are developing a new Art For Sale web page, where you can easily browse and shop online. Check it out as we begin adding art to that page.

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Gallery Fifty-Five, located in the heart of downtown McCall, ID, on Payette Lake, has openings for 2D, 3D and jewelry artists. If interested, you may apply online at galleryfiftyfive.com/membership/.

Gallery Fifty-Five is a non-profit member-owned gallery.

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Hand-Built Ceramics by Genie Sue Weppner

Ste. Chapelle by Lupe Galván

Gallery Fifty-Five is sponsoring, not one, but two workshops the last weekend of June. Genie Sue Weppner, a popular ceramic artist at Gallery Fifty-Five, is opening up her McCall studio for a workshop in hand-built ceramics.

That same weekend, Lupe Galván, who will be teaching painting at Boise State in the fall, teaches a workshop in landscape painting, starting at the gallery and then venturing to plein air locations near McCall.

Class sizes are limited. Find out more and reserve your spot by visiting our workshops page.

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“Boise River Sunrise” by Rich Summers

We are excited to announce that landscape and wildlife painter Rich Summers is returning as our guest this January. Last year we loved Rich’s paintings, which demonstrate his command of light and color and his passion for the Western landscape. This year, he will have more of these, plus new abstract works. Celebrate the New Year, enjoy the slopes, visit the gallery. There’s plenty to love about McCall in January.

Meet the artists and view the art by over twenty regional artists on December 7, 4-7 p.m., with complimentary wine, appetizers and live music by Mike Rutledge.

Gallery Fifty-Five is a nonprofit artist cooperative.

When: Saturday, January 4, 4-7 pm.
Where: Gallery Fifty-Five, 311 E. Lake Street, McCall, Idaho

Admission: Free

Phone: 208-634-6313
Email: gallery55art@gmail.com

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“Winter Walk” by Thea Belecz

The artists at Gallery Fifty-Five have been working hard to make the holidays bright, creating 8” x 8” original art works: painting, photography, ceramic, fiber art and more. Beginning the day before Thanksgiving, the 8×8’s will be on display and for sale for only $49. The gallery will be closed on Thanksgiving but otherwise open seven days a week until Christmas.

The gallery will also have a Christmas Market display full of small items for sale for the holidays. So, keep visiting, as new items are added until Christmas.

What: 8×8 Sale at Gallery Fifty-Five
When: November 27, November 29 – December 24, 11-5.
Where: Gallery Fifty-Five, 311 E. Lake Street, McCall, Idaho

Gallery Fifty-Five is a nonprofit artist cooperative.

 

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Gallery Fifty-Five, located in the heart of downtown McCall, ID, on Payette Lake, has openings for 2D and 3D artists! If interested, you may apply online at galleryfiftyfive.com/membership/.

Gallery Fifty-Five is a non-profit member-owned gallery.

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