Inside her mountain studio on the west shore of Lake Tahoe, Laura Churn Hill is obsessed with glass.
Using the lampwork method, Laura melts rods of colored glass in the flame of a torch to create her one-of-a-kind intricate glass masterpieces, including her Tahoe landscape ornaments and beads.
Laura’s glass work known as Churnhill Glass is currently on display at North Tahoe Arts in Tahoe City through the fall.
An explorer, naturalist, and writer, John James Audubon was one of the most important artists of the nineteenth century.
The exhibition Explorer, Naturalist, Artist: John James Audubon and The Birds of America at the Nevada Museum of Art, November 6, 2010 – February 13, 2011, features fifty of Audubon’s most dramatic and life-sized watercolor depictions from the first-edition printing of The New York Historical Society Edition.
“Good sculpture is always a struggle and that makes it worth the making.” states sculptor Jesse Martin from Truckee.
Jesse has been creating ceramic sculpture and functional pottery for over twenty years.
“Sticks and Stones” by accomplished tapestry and weaving artist Antonia Lowden is on exhibit at the Tahoe Gallery, located on the third floor of Sierra Nevada Colleg’s Prim Library, through October 15, 2010. An opening reception will be held October 7.
Rhiannon Corvin-Blackburn started Elevated Creations to make her one-of-a-kind jewelry, and to have an endless means to give back to her community, specifically the South Lake Tahoe Women’s Center.
El Dorado Arts Council and the County Office of Economic Development want to know what’s good about the arts business climate and how it can be made even better.
Artists, arts organizations, arts businesses and arts venues are asked to participate in the County’s first Arts Census because Creativity Counts! read more →
Tea Time in Tahoe: The Birth of a Business by Beth Ingalls.
This article is reprinted with permission from the September 2010 issue of Moonshine Ink which covers life in Truckee and the North Lake Tahoe area.
Lake Tahoe people and landscapes are just a few of the colorful pieces by long-time local artist Pat Edwards featured at the North Tahoe Event Center October 5th through January 4, 2011.
Meet Pat at an opening reception Tuesday, October 5th from 5:30 – 7:3pm at the center in Kings Beach. Pat’s exhibit is a visual array of her impressions of Lake Tahoe captured in a mix of pastels, acrylics, photos and mixed media.
What was it like to live in another time? How does history shape our lives?
On October 1st, Tahoe Arts Project will take you on a journey to the Northwest Passages to experience the pioneer spirit of this watershed period that shaped our country and livest today.
This South Lake Tahoe event is perfect for kids and adults.
Tahoe Arts Project (TAP) will kick off its 24th year of presenting professional performing artists in our local schools and community with local drummer and teacher Liz Broscoe, October 4-8, 2010 in South Lake Tahoe.
Liz will be at the schools October 4-8 performing her “Journey of the Drum” program. On Friday, October 8th the community will have the opportunity to see her perform DURGA (Drums Unite Race & Gender Alike) at Montbleu starting at 7pm.
Blue Angel Café in South Lake Tahoe is holding a wine tasting with Wofford wines on October 5th from 6pm to 8pm for only $10.
Food pairing will include an innovative menu prepared by the Angel Chef, Michael Adlard.