Finley Fryer Retrospective Continues at the Siskiyou Arts Museum in Dunsmuir
The exhibit continues in the small gallery through Saturday, July 6th and the large gallery exhibit closes Saturday, August 3rd
On Saturday, June 8th, the Siskiyou Arts Museum proudly hosted a 2nd Saturday Art Opening & Reception for Finley Fryer, an internationally known, multi-media artist who currently splits his time between northern California and Oregon, maintaining studios in Dunsmuir and the coastal community of Gold Beach.
Fryer's exhibit spans a variety of artwork in both our galleries: Paintings, drawings, sculpture ... and some videos of his work at Burning Man.
Since 1998, Fryer has become internationally known for the monumental creations he has installed at Burning Man: The Plastic Chapel, Stan, Coalita, and The Portal. His use of recycled materials has pushed these creations to the edge of the wild side, where visual surprise is the only absolute.
The Siskiyou Arts Museum is a member & volunteer supported non-profit art gallery and gift shop, located in the heart of the downtown Dunsmuir Historic District at 5824 Dunsmuir Ave. Regular hours of operation are Wednesday – Saturday, from 11am to 5pm, and Sundays, Noon to 5pm. For more information, stop in during business hours, follow us on Facebook, call us during business hours: 530-235-4711 or visit us on the web at: http://www.siskiyouartsmuseum.org
Here's Finley and his wife Jayne at the reception; photo by Shareen Strauss from the Mt. Shasta Area News
Date & Time
Weekly on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
06/26/2019 through 08/03/2019
12:00PM - 5:00PM
Free admission to gallery shows