Jun 10, 2012-
Sep 30, 2012
11:00AM - 07:00PM
Celebrate Towers Gallery
First Anniversary Show & Celebration
Event Description
Show June 10 through September 30, 2012


Santa Rosa photographer, Frank Oravetz shows "Celebrating the World Before Me", offering work from his travels that have spiritually touched him. Frank, recent winner of the Towers Gallery “Seasons” contest received the community vote for “best artist”. Melissa Cox of Cloverdale will exhibit colorful and vibrant watercolors. Offering works of all mediums, the forty-five artisans of Towers Gallery will show a variety of art, and to include three dimensional artisans of blown glass, turned wood, fine hand carved wood tables, fiber art, ceramics, fired and Raku pottery, exquisite jewelry, hand painted silk clothing and vintage collectible sculpture assemblage are offered.

Come “Celebrate Towers Gallery” at a reception on Saturday, July 21 from 5-9pm. Wine graciously poured by Deanna & Ted Starr’s Hopland Milano Family Vineyards, and Vino di Amore of Cloverdale. Enjoy edible delights, artist raffle and music with jazz recording artist Nahara performing on guitar with vocals. Meet the artists!

Cloverdale High School art students participated in the "Congressional Art Contest sponsored by Mike Thompson Congressman" with 100 entries submitted from his districts. CHS submitted 23. CHS student artist, Crysta Jojola won for Sonoma County.

In continuing art partnership with Vino di Amore, Jim Van Deren will be showing his dynamic and fiery acrylic and verre e’glomise abstracts at Vino di Amore from July through September. Reception on Saturday, June 30 from 7:30-8:00pm.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Cathy Thomas     Email:
Phone: 707-894-4331      Fax: 707-894-4331



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