Painting, Ceramics, Printmaking in October
Idaho artist Lauren Kistner is our guest for the month of October, bringing her textured paintings inspired by Idaho’s night skies, landscapes and geology. She has been a Boise Department of Arts and History artist in resident and a traffic box public artist for both Boise and Nampa. Her paintings have appeared in exhibitions across Washington, Oregon and Idaho. We are also featuring Genie Sue Weppner, a popular ceramicist from our gallery known for both functional pottery and decorative clay vessels. Her influences, acquired while studying anthropology, range from the fine craftsmanship of vessels made by early humans to the simple elegance of Japanese serving vessels. Finally, members of the gallery (Theresa Burkes, Katharina Roth and Noreen Shanafelt) will exhibit examples of printmaking art, everything from linocuts to screen prints.
View Lauren’s, Genie Sue’s, printmaking art and the art of over twenty regional artists in October. The gallery is open 11-5 daily.
Bring your masks and have a safe visit at Gallery 55, 311 E. Lake St., on beautiful Payette Lake in McCall, Idaho.
Ceramics: Hand Building Using Your Own Designs, September 26-27 plus another session for glazing at a date and time determined by the class. $130 for 19 hours of instruction. Instructor: Genie Sue Weppner. This workshop is FULL.
McCall Urban Sketchers is an artist activity sponsored by Gallery Fifty-Five. Capture the world one sketch at a time. Join us for sketching opportunities inside and outside. It’s FREE. Just register by clicking here. We’ll add you to our email distribution and tell you when and where we next meet. [This activity is on hold due to virus concerns.]
Are you interested in teaching a workshop in McCall? Gallery Fifty-Five, located in the heart of downtown McCall on Payette Lake, is a beautiful location for a workshop. Our space can accommodate four-six students inside and more outside by the lake. We have tables and chairs, or you may provide your own. Gallery Fifty-Five workshops are advertised in online calendars, social media, our newsletter and on our website.
To schedule a workshop, submit your workshop proposal here.