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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, July 14, 2010 1B i ............ M. Kate West Chester Editor onnoisseurs of fine arts will be de- lighted when the Feather River Fine Arts Associa- tion, in partnership with Plumas Arts, presents its first ever Art Tour Saturday, July 24. While committee members Betty Bishop, Barbara MacArthur, Pare Trebes and Heather Greene agreed the Art Tour has some similari- ties to a past Lake AI- manor Basin art event, they also agreed the event has its differences. "This is our first year to host an event of this type independently, and it has been a learning experience," Bishop said. Because FRFAA was on its own, she said, the group would get to test its theories. What's different about the Art Tour? It's a one-day event without pro-tour activities of a reception and auction. Artists are also paying to participate. "All of our effort will go into the day of the fill art materials wish tour," said Bishop. lists for schools in the Tour participants can regional communities of expect to encounter a Chester, Greenville and variety of mediums Westwood. ranging from fiber arts In another de- to abstract art, fused parture from past glass designs, pencil events, the artists drawings, otis, acrylics themselves are and photography, responsible for Participants will also be able to mix and share with 30 artists in ............. % action at seven different awst , venues from Main Street to studios in Chester to Bailey Creek to Hamilton Branch. Proceeds from the new event will be used to sellin9 the tickets. "Each community will 9et sorethin9 because we draw artists from every community. If each artist ...... knows the money from ticket sales will buy art supplies, that's their initiative," Bishop said. "Whatever the schools need, we will do our best to help. It's in our best interest to sell tickets to a larger audience." W 278 Main Street 2$8-GOOD Jacquie Cordova - Oil, Watercolor, & Raku Pottery Glen Donley- Crayon on paper Jolene Sherman- Watercolor & Oil Pare Trobes Studin - Residence, Hamilton Branc 3215 Hill Crest Drive 596-4166 Gerri Allen Fiber Artist Becky Compton - Watercolor, Acrylic Heather Greene- Watercolor & Mixed Diana Long - Oils, Pastel & Pencil Debbie Norton - Fiber Artist Grog Norton - Photographer Pam Trebes - Photographer Blue Goose Fine Art Gallery, Business, 601 Main Street 258-2600 Susan Mueller - Portrait & Wildlife Photographer Patricia Neely- Photographer Edith Schwirian - Jeweler Susan Dunklau - Watercolor Mike & Cathy Simmons- Morning Star Log Furniture m Wisteria - Business, Chester 377 Main Street 258-4205 Liz Aragon - Fiber Artist Shirley Fairburn - Oil & Acrylic Joe Gilmour- Abstract Painter Kate Rondon - Photographer Rick Sylvester - Woodcarver & Watercolor & Pencil Media B&B Buoksollers : Business, Chester 140 Main Gi selle Larsen - Oil Barbara Ricau MacArthur - Acrylic Sylvia Smith- Watercolor Street 258-2150 350 Melissa Avenue - Residence, Chester Home of Betty Bishop 258-2028 Betty Bishop- Photographer Jan Cox- Photographer Norma DeBaker- Ceramics & Dichroic Fused Glass Karin Urquhart- Oil & Watercolor Nantucket - Business, Bailey Creek 289 Clifford Drive 258-2221 Cheryl Flint- Fiber Artist Russ Flint- People Painter L