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Lopez Island resident Steve Hill was one of 79 U.S. artists who went to Havana, Cuba as part of a special invitational plein air (on-site) painting tour organized by B. Eric Rhoads, publisher of Plein Air Magazine, Feb. 6-13. It was the largest group of artists to ever visit Cuba and with the specific purpose to paint from live subjects for more than a week. There were 25 spouses, art collectors and patrons along, as well.
Community Events, April 2016
“Rock Terra” is a phoenix that has risen from the fire and ashes of the past, to soar higher & brighter than ever before…
It’s a garden party for the garden and beyond. Prepare yourselves for lots of fun with wonderful tea, finely laid tables, decorations and mouthwatering sweet and savory treats, live music, yard games, good conversation and a fabulous fashion show featuring local clothiers.
Chamber music from Beethoven’s time for flute, violin, viola and cello will be presented on period instruments in “1800: A Beethoven Band” on Friday, June 5 at 7 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church, with flutist Jeffrey Cohan playing a flute made in London in 1820, Stephen Creswell on both violin and viola, and Martin Bonham on cello, in the Salish Sea Early Music Festival’s second Spring Festival program.