September 24, 2012
Filed Under North Tahoe Art Scene
North Tahoe Arts presents two fall exhibits that captures the change of season and approaching Tahoe winter.
“Fall Cornucopia” is a photography exhibit and “Teapots and Teas” includes teapots, private teapot collections, and locally made teas. Both exhibits run until Monday, October 29.
Thoughts of cozy things; warm fires, knitted throws, soul & comfort foods, storing up for the winter ahead, harvest time, putting up special foods that we so carefully took care of during the warmer months past.
The “Fall Cornucopia” exhibit includes fall-inspired photography by Geoff McGilvray and an exhibit of teapots, tea accessories by Nancy Olson, a great selection of local made teas, and wall art by Heidi Reeves, Deb Rich, and Eileen Blodgett in the Main Gallery.
Several private teapot collections will also be on display like this beauty by Truckee potter Brad Henry. Brad has been self-employed as a potter making a living since 1998.
For more information contact North Tahoe Arts at (530) 581-2787 located next to the Fire Station in Tahoe City at 380 N. Lake Blvd. Gallery hours are 11-5pm daily, closed Tuesdays.
“Bits & Pieces” A Sculpture and Mosaic Exploration held over in the Corison Loft Gallery until Monday, October 29.