Two raw silk prints by Kristen Schwartz.
Lake Mother ♥ Phoenix Rising.
Dichroic glass pendant by Molly B ♥
Waking up in the middle of the night with a muscle cramp in your calf is not fun.
Two acrylic paintings by Juanita Villa Leman.
“Out of the Ashes” ♥ “View from Above”
Starry Angora Night digital painting by Rebecca Enerson.
Three oil paintings by Denise Mancour.
Roots I ♥ Roots II ♥ Winter Leaves IV.
Necklace and earrings by Rearview Miracles.
You may have heard of botanicals…but what about fantasticals?
Head to Valhalla August 1 through 8 and meet local illustrator Kristen Schwartz who specializes in both!
“Life Goes On” photograph by Jim Stamates.
Besides reducing fuel loads, here’s another great incentive to get rid of your wood roof.
At the Lost & Found art receptions this summer, Ethan Niven revealed his Phoenix that he painted on a king size bed sheet in response to the Angora Fire last year.
Ethan and his family live in the area, but their house was spared.
Last year, over $2,000 library books were destroyed in the houses lost in the Angora fire.
This year, we’re coming together again to help raise money to replace them and a few other community projects.
You know those delicious pizzas found only at Grass Roots?
Well Mike, the baker, is going to help John Mauriello replace the one he lost in the Angora fire last year, along with his house.
The venue makes the music even better.
And, for just $25 you will see one of the best performances of your life.
This is really easy.
Tune up your bike and help the South Lake Tahoe Library.
Treat yourself to a massage, and help replace library books.
Thanks to Kae with a Massage at Tahoe.
Alpensong Healing Arts in South Shore wants to help you discover yourself, and help raise money to replace the library books lost in the fire last summer.
The USFS has donated 850 seedlings to give away to homeowners affected by the Angora fire.
It’s time she takes flight at Elevation 6310.
Phoenix Rising by South Shore illustrator, Kristen Schwartz, will be unveiled at the Tahoe: Lost & Found Art Party, August 11 at 6 pm.
$95 was raised in donations! Thank you.
“A big wine that demands food…”
It’s what they’re saying about the Gold Note Petite Sirah that will be featured at the Blue Angel Cafe on July 30.
When Cynthia heard about the Tahoe: Lost & Found Art Auction to raise money for the local library, she immediately wanted to be a part.