News and Opinion from Sisters, Oregon

Fourth Friday fall artwalk this week

Get ready to walk, shop, sing, and celebrate the season’s bounty of new art and gifts in the galleries of Sisters, from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, November 22. And when you’re done strolling, stop by The Belfry for a community sing-along.

Hood Avenue Art is featuring its annual Small Works Show, timely works in small format by all of the gallery’s artists.

At Gary Cooley’s Collection Gallery, Gary has special pricing on his sculpture kits for kids, which are a great Christmas gift!

Clearwater Gallery is featuring Wendy Vernon jewelry alongside local impressionist oil painter Rachel Moore.

New prints and note cards by Kimry Jelen, original pastel paintings of Northeastern Oregon from Antonia Carriere, pottery by Anne Grossnickle, sparkling ornaments from Jennifer Hartwig, and a great selection of jewelry from Vicki Hodge and Laurie SantaMaria await visitors to Sisters Gallery & Frame Shop.

The Stitchin’ Post will be featuring an arts and crafts boutique from Stitchin’ Post staff. You’ll find everything from quilts and quilted placemats and mug rugs to tree ornaments, dog accessories, and more.

Blue Burro Imports just received new red rustic pottery from Oaxaca, Mexico. As a gift, or for your own table, this collection is outstanding.

Sisters Cascade at 150 W. Cascade Ave., is featuring “Unchained With Love,” jewelry that contains a link of a chain from a dog set free by Fences for Fido, a Northwest nonprofit. All proceeds from the sale of these items, designed and made by Sana Hayes, are donated to the organization.

The Imagination Gallery will feature masterworks by Ken Scott. There will be new lighting and garden installations for your pleasure. Come and see The Portal.

Wildflower Studio will be featuring holiday gifts. Stop by to see leather bags, fused glass, ornaments, jewelry, and original paintings. Wildflower will be serving wine and light appetizers.

Jill Neal Gallery will debut several new images just completed. Jill’s Holiday Sale kicks off with lots of unique art and art products for Christmas shopping. Wild West and Wild Women art, now printed on metal. Indulge with wine and chocolate.

Antler Arts is featuring the fantastic feathered jewelry of Kristi Moomey, and outdoor author Gary Lewis will be on hand signing his books. Wines by Faith, Hope and Charity Vineyards are featured.

Sisters Folk Festival and Sisters School District combined to present a Student Art Exhibit at Sisters Art Works, 204 W. Adams Ave. Middle- and high-school art will be displayed.

Sisters Library is featuring original paintings in mixed media by Sandy Dutko in the community room, while the computer room has cut-paper art by Carly Garzon Vargas and photography by Katie Newton.

After the artwalk, you can immerse yourself in community camaraderie during Sisters’ very own rendition of a Portland musical phenomenon. The acclaimed Low Bar Chorale will help C4C and Sisters stage our town’s very first “Let’s Sing!” event on Friday, Nov. 22. This free event – which offers two full hours of good cheer and singing with abandon – begins at 7:30 p.m. at The Belfry. Singers and non-singers of all ages and abilities are welcome. Through music, C4C aims to create a more engaged, empowered, and connected Sisters. Doors open at 6:30.


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