The Tehama Country Visitor Center’s Gallery at 250 Antelope Blvd. in Red Bluff is featuring the exhibit “Country Life.”
A reception will be held 5-7 p.m. Friday, April 21 with light refreshments.
The exhibit topic was an open invitation to paint whatever caught the artist’s interest or country experience.
“This is an exhibit that shows the range of artistic expression and versatility of these artists,” said Red Bluff Art Association President Debby Sipes. “They never cease to amaze me.”
Some have captured emotion such as “Auction Day” by Marie Kirkhart and “Mojo,” the cat with attitude, by Judy Sale. There are peaceful places to be like Fran Becker’s “Blue Chair” or Bev Smith’s “Waiting for Mail.” Images of landscapes, horses, roosters and geese, butterflies, fishing holes, Shasta’s lavender fields and many others artistic works are on display.
The exhibit is open until June 23.
The Art Association meets 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursdays at the Tehama District Fairground, 650 Antelope Blvd. in Red Bluff. For more information, call 528-2438, visit redbluffartassociation.com or find the association on Facebook.
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