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Get Ready to be “Transported Away” on October 14th

Exciting new "2nd Saturday Art Opening & Reception" at SAM

In October, the 2nd Saturday Art Opening and Reception at the Siskiyou Arts Museum features three artists to give you the “ride of your life!” The theme of their show in our large gallery is “Transported Away,” and the artists hope you will enjoy the trip! Kate Yorke is a Mount Shasta Artist who spends her winters in Costa Rica and paints lush tropical landscapes, flowers and animals, all of which can carry the viewer to a new locale. Her desire is that these images also move the viewers to this new location, and to take on a new perspective of our world. Joshua Jerue, also from Mt. Shasta, is a visionary painter of the mountain and various ‘portals’ and modes of entry, which he feels represent entry into one’s inner being. Joshua will also be sharing some of his fun, light-hearted music during the reception. Dan Tilden is a master woodturner, hailing from Southern Oregon. While working with exotic woods, he truly believes he is transported away to a world where he is in dialogue with the materials and is subconsciously guided to bring out the beauty it wants to present. Come, be Transported Away during the October Art Opening at the Siskiyou Arts Museum on Saturday, October 14 from 5-7pm and the exhibit continues in the Gallery through Saturday, December 2nd. Admission is free; your generous donations help SAM to continue offering wonderful art receptions for area artists in a lovely setting. The Siskiyou Arts Museum is located in the heart of the downtown Dunsmuir Historic District at 5824 Dunsmuir Ave. Regular hours of operation are Thursday - Saturday, from 11am to 4pm, and Sundays, Noon to 4pm. For more information, visit us on Facebook and the web, at or call 530-235-4711

Date & Time

October 14, 2017

5:00PM - 7:00PM

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Event is Free

Art & Galleries Art Sculpture Paintings Art Gallery Shasta County Siskiyou County