The BOULDER CITY ART GUILD Gallery is featuring works by local photographer, Carol Bilodeau during the month of August. The exhibit “My Visions of Italy” includes many beautiful sites she recently visited while touring Italy. Carol has lived in Henderson for the past 13 years.
Boulder City Art Guild presents their Sept Featured Artist Exhibit "Embellished Fabric Collage Productions" by Drina Fried.
In remembrance of the centennial of the United States’ entry into the First World War on April 6, 1917, a new exhibit is opening in the South Gallery, “Remembering the Great War: One Hundred Years Later.” The exhibit features over thirty extraordinary and powerful images taken of the war by the
CCAI's "Industrial Art: Sports Edition" features the design work by five northern Nevada sports equipment designers and manufacturers. The participating businesses include Aviso Surf/Solution Marine, Burns Machining/Dirt Tricks, Sports Attack, The Cable Connection, and UCS Spirit. Each of these companies manufacture products with innovative design that apply to an array of sports equipment.
CCAI presents Dylan Silver's clear underwater photographs that give the viewer an unusual view of Lake Tahoe. As soon as Silver acquired his underwater camera, he shot for more than 60 days over the next two years and gathered more than 100,000 images. A reception for the artist is Tuesday, August 15, 5-7pm; the public is invited. The show is in CCAI's Sierra Room Gallery through November 9.
CCAI announces its student exhibition, "ART from UNR", at the Community Development Building [the Brick], 108 E Proctor Street, Carson City. Thirty-six students collaborated to create the two sculptures. The Brick is open to the public daily, 8am – noon, 1-4pm. The free exhibition will remain in the building’s lobby exhibition space from July 11 through October 19.
Jenni will show you some of the live owl species native to Nevada and explain about their life history. Owls occupy a variety of habitats, however they are seldom observed by the public because much of their activity occurs at night.
The 2017 Silver State Art Festival ~ September 23 & 24, 2017
In the 1870s, the Nevada Comstock Lode created an insatiable appetite for Lake Tahoe's virgin pine forests. The timbers would shore up underground mining and build communities approaching 40,000 inhabitants.
Celebrate the century of Elko as an incorporated city (1917-2017). This special exhibit tells the story of progress over the past 100 years in objects, photographs, and text. Located in the Halleck Bar Gallery on the first floor.
Imagine enjoying extraordinary entertainment while sitting under the stars on the white sand beach of Sand Harbor with the indescribable beauty of Lake Tahoe in the background.
It’s a journey through Jazz and adult contemporary music as vocalist, composer, and four-time GRAMMY nominee Denise Donatelli and the 17-piece big band sounds of the Reno Jazz Orchestra perform two swinging nights of music and song in Reno and Lake Tahoe this September.
This exhibit highlights artists who use cardboard as the main medium source for their artwork.
Gaudet's artwork uses photographic methods to explore the function of memory and the interaction of life and death.
Prolific, Las Vegas artist K.D. Matheson presents a large survey of his fantastical masks, sculpture, and paintings reflecting his interest in ancient cultures and mythology.
The award winning artists of the West Coast Drawing collective present their original drawings.
Ceramic works created using many different techniques and clays.
JULY at The Corner Gallery:
"AHIMSA" The Buddhist doctrine of refraining from harming any living thing.
Shed Skakeskin Art from Bethany Thomas and many art pieces from Sig Henriquez.
PLUS works by many other local artists.
Colorful oil paintings of flowers and landscapes inspired by the artist's voyages to France.
World traveler Ronaldo Dizon presents recent photographs he captured while in Afghanistan, India, Nepal, Myanmar, Bhutan, Thailand, Philippines, Galapagos Islands of Ecuador, Poland, Turkey, and South Korea.
A native of Las Vegas, Ken Kline uses trompe l'oeil (French for "deceives the eye") techniques to create realistic still-life paintings of personal and family objects.
An interactive exhibit inviting viewers to help identify figures in vintage photos of Las Vegas.
Lolita Develay exhibits her exquisite, large-scale paintings of scenes from the Las Vegas Strip and beyond. A master painter of reflection, her striking and rich color palette is also compelling.
Casper's impressionist-style paintings depict moments inspired by photos of vacation scenes and children at play: images often found in family albums.
Strange Little Things is an exhibition of dream-like mixed media work exploring parts of the subconscious that are difficult to see and accept.