Selected works from the successful “River Reflections” Mokelumne River Arts Project will have a final showing in the AmadorArts Gallery in Sutter Creek for the month of April. The display will feature the art that best represents the project’s mission of making the public aware of the value of the Mokelumne River and the vital on-going need for water conservation.
An open-to-the-public reception to honor the River Reflections project will be held , from during which complimentary refreshments will be served. Performance artist Leslie Vasquez will be present and will also walk around Sutter Creek as a living statue between This event coincides with 1 .st Art Trek, which has expanded. On the Amador Art Trek welcomes new galleries and business partners to the event which is meant to draw both residents and visitors to explore the local art scene. See a new list of participating locations at www.amadorarts.org and check back there for the monthly special 1st receptions.
The current show features artists in all disciplines from both Amador and Calaveras counties who were juried into the original River Reflections exhibition that travelled from Sutter Creek to Oakland and Mokelumne Hill. It will continue until . AmadorArts Gallery, located at 11-A Randolph St., Sutter Creek, has the following hours: -4 pm Saturdays and Sundays. Attempted hours on weekdays are ; call to confirm. Closed on Wednesdays. Phone: 209-267-
CAPTIONS: Selected works from the successful “River Reflections” Moke River Arts Project will have a final showing in the AmadorArts Gallery: Art by (from left to right), Tyler Childress, Ruth Andre, Randy Klassen.