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16B Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010 Lips Bulletin, i Progressive, Record, Reporter ,ng in J, I' ,! pecial Event Rentals Tables Chairs * Chair Covers Linens China Chargers Flatware Food Service Glassware Tents Canopies Dance Floor Staging Wedding Items Bar Equipment 55 Delleker Dr., Portola Florist and Nursery Since 1946 41796 Hwy 70 Quincy, CA 530-283-2010 : i)!i~!:: : TAKE 'N' BAKE PIZZA Fresh from our to your oven. kitchen Of a very large painting in her living room, Dianne Lipscomb ex- plains, "This painting relates to thought rising. Thought, repre- sented by the oval in the bottom, can be very pristine. Then it comes up to a level of the mind, the hot colors, and we kind of tweak ourselves with our mental gyrations. We become more complicated than we need to be. And then the thought as it's drifting off in the upper part is still carrying light and being buoyant, but it is also held back because it has all these para- meters and conditions put on it by the mind." Perhaps this painting serves as a soothing reminder to be less complicated and less restricted and, instead, to nurture creative expression. Photo by Rocki Eriksen Rocki Eriksen Special to Feather Publishing "Unraveling Art," a collec- tion of works by Dianne Lip- scomb will show Oct. 7 - 17 at the Main Street Gallery in downtown Quincy. grant where I designed the art curriculum for the country of Mauritius, a small indepen- dent island country in the In- dian Ocean. I've traveled all over the world pretty much now, and I've done my art as More than an art exhibit, the I've gone." " . . : This spring she was invited scendent experience. Lip- to a symposium at Oxford, Western 10spltallty show promises to be a tran- at its bBSt! scomb says she is always where she delivered a paper on women in academia. Then, Celebrate with us... Pictured (I to r): gristin and Magan thinkingenvelope.abOUtshe doesn'tPushinglikethethe in a very short time, she was .... Weddings, family events, = status quo; she doesn't like to asked to be in a publication When only home baked be confined. 'Tve done real- caUed "Who's who in Ameri- Family Style Ranch Meals ism, I've done figurative work ca," coming out in 2011." Lip- fre scomb is currently the head of ~,o~== shness will do. foryears, then I went to ab- the art department at Feather Reservations 1-800-33-H0WDY Famdy-owned & operated, straction. I like abstraction so River College. much because you're dealing "What I feel about art is that it (530)283-0930 2116 Greenhorn Ranch Rd Quincy Hi r$ . with shapes and forms, colors. t "" ................................... a d-made dough, quahty fresh You'redealingwithideasbe. isavehicleforchallengingac- fore they become verbal, cepted modes of thought and ingredients, great prices! You're not literal. You are that's why it's so complicated. working with that pre-verbalbecause artists will be of any [ , INCY (') " Gourmet to Custom Pizza- level of creativity and I reallYlikethat.,, servativeilkthemselves from very con-to very liberaland Lipscomb came to Quincy their expressions from literal Sauo stoat . i [ j, . { deluxe meats, cheese & veggies seven years ago. She lives with tonon-literal, and it is alla contribution. And it is all a i Customized engraving , " i Signature Salads - creative gift. i" "F_ST 1875 II . her family and dog, Taj. Just outside the door of her home, "You can teach anybody. All i[ , I . Invitations Thank you Cards m fl i 4 super fresh choices: theretmatesripennthevineandare containers filled with theyhavetodoispractice. Like [" Novelty, Wedding and Baby Gifts a i , " " .. {9 Garden Club Italian various herbs. Inside, her with anything, with practice i ! ( Home Accents . " ..... " paintings fill the walls, you get better. That's a guiding [ i I L:lllcKen t aesar 'a don't always know why I principle in my teaching. There should be art, music and dance ! 493 W Main * Quincy 283-0480 Try our great pizzas, calzones, paint the way I do. Thecolors for kids from k dergarten up t , . . ! call me; the shapes call me. I cheesy bread, cookte dough, and more. usually have in my mind a lot -- every year. It s really impor- of meaning to the artwork that rant and leads to other things. If you can express your creativity, ' i I do," she says. feel whole. : .... ......, 231 Main" St., Quincy Her paintings are engaging you and often evoke a visceral re- Art serves such a huge pur- [i Lassen offt companct sponse. "The images may not be pose in the development of the (} human psyche. The arts let [I Girls Jewelry Cards [ clearly distinguishable, but Phone ahead, they should emote some feeling, you transcend, make you re- [ Old-fashioned soda Fountain I , member your higher essence, ti -Educational oys ] we U have ready! 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Lipscomb important. It should be a Growing up in Mississippi, birthright," Lipscomb says. PA/ TY [ I| Lipscomb knew from the time Her opening reeeption is ! I o, ck, & Delicious! she was 10 that she was going scheduled for Friday, Oct. , " I tTh:p;rrf te ha:eThe perfect way | to be an artist. She left home 8.Gallery is located at 436 Main from 5-7 p.m. Main Street licious Party Platters & i | [ when she was 18 and went to St. in downtown Quincy. For [ IFreshly Baked Items from our I _ special occasions i i | California. "I was a hippie in ] JBake for every occasion! i __ ... 231Main St., Quincy [ HaightAshburyandthenI more information eontaetLara Eichenberger at went [o Berkeley. I got my or I Weaccep aU IIlYJIiit II master's at Cal State University Carla DeBoer at the Eagle's . competitor coupons = I [ Spee'al 0rder Hotline 284-1777 I _ " 283-5619 [ -Sacramento. 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