Art of the West

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Name: Art of the West
Date: April 1, 2021 - April 24, 2021
Event Description:
Art of the West Featured Artist Barbara Ann Ramsey says she lives the life she creates in her art. Her Western and Wildlife art will be featured in the Main Event Gallery's April exhibit, "Art of The West, "along with the scrimshaw animal skull carvings of guest artist Felix Tapia. Gallery members art will complete the exhibit, which will coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Red Bluff Round-Up. The exhibit runs Thursday, April 1 through Saturday, April 24. Ramsey spent her formative years growing up in the ranching country in Northern California. It's her horse and ranching background that has given her insight into the subjects she portrays with great life-like accuracy. Working with pencils, colored pencils and oils, Barbara says, "I recreate images from my lifestyle that can make you feel like you're seeing them yourself for the first time." Guest artist Felix Tapia's scrimshaw carvings and painted etchings are unique. He utilizes animal skulls his friends find and give him or would like to have carved. He likes the Southwest look of the intricate carvings and it inspires him. "It's like bringing the skulls a new life," said Tapia. Sponsored by the Tehama County arts Council, the exhibit can be viewed at 710 Main Street, Red Bluff, Thursday through Saturday, 11 AM to 5 PM. Public health guidelines are in place. For more information go to www.tehama
Main Event Gallery 710 Main St. Red Bluff, CA.
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4/1/2021 9:00AM
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