North Tahoe Arts is in an historical building located on the shore of Lake Tahoe in Tahoe City. The Art Center contains two galleries with exhibits that change monthly. North Tahoe Arts members are encouraged to enter their artwork in the various themed exhibits held throughout the year.
Main Gallery: April 28 - June 1
“INFUSED WITH COLOR - 3 PLACER AREA ARTISTS”
Unni Stevens grew up in Norway where she traveled to many beautiful places. Her art is inspired by the shape and color of her travels, as well as the mystery of nature and its seasons. She chooses uplifting subjects both cultural and natural. Many of her paintings center on things that are in danger of disappearing, so that they will at least be preserved on canvas.
Noël Sandino is an enthusiastic painter who works not only in oils and acrylics but also is involved in monotype and experimental printmaking. She has shown in many local, statewide and international exhibitions and has won awards in various shows.
Noël received her Associates degree from Sierra College in 1993 and continued her art studies at American River College with Gary Pruner and Mick Sheldon and studied printmaking at ARTS Benicia and Kala Art Institute in Berkeley.
Marie Malloy was born and raised in France. She was firsintroduced to jewelry making by her mother, when she gave Mrie a piece of jewelry made with Swarovski Crystals. Marie's pieces are inspired by French Vintage Designs and even though you can choose a specific design, not two pieces will ever be identical. All her jewelry is made using primarely Swarovski crystals, which are unique in their superior quality of the cutting and polishing.
Friday, May 1 from 5 to 7pm in the North Tahoe Arts Main Gallery. Refreshements will be served. This year our receptions are being held in conjuction with the Tahoe City Downtown Association's First Friday events.
corison loft: April 28-June 1
This fundraiser for North Tahoe Arts unleashes the imagination of our members in new and different ways. In addition to traditional painting, sculptors, glassmakers and other 3D artists have found new ways to express their creativity on 4x6 inch canvas. All proceeds go to support NTA programs.