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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015 9A Fashion show patrons mingle during is Mavis Somers' Klimt recreation works. as ionista Maggie Wells Staff Writer mwells@plurnasnews.com On Saturday, Oct. 10, the third annual Fashionista Fashion Show took place at the Quincy Veterans Hall. It was a sold out show. The show was a benefit for both Friends of Plumas County Animal Shelter and Plumas Animal Welfare Society. Mavis Somers, a painter and woodcarver from Greenville, designed and created wearable art. Her models wore skirts; coats and dresses that featured recreations of famous artists' works, such as Schiele, Matisse, Picasso, Degas, O'Keefe, Klimt and Basquiat. The crowd of runway watchers gasped at the sight of a full-length reversible satin coat in which Somers recreated the entire famous Klimt painting "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer." The original and the reproduction feature several different shades and sizes of gold paint in intricate squares on the dress of the model. Marilou Dillard, a Quincy seamstress and designer, created wearable outfits that spanned various eras including the 1800s and 1920s. Of particular interest to the audience was an upcycled knit coat created by recycled sweaters as the main material, Kathleen Copson, a costume shop owner in Chico, depicted fantasy intermission while models move through the crowd showing off the fashion. Featured here coat. Her models wore skirts, coats and dresses that featured recreations of famous artists' ion pac venue Kathleen Copson, right, stands with her costume creations Glenda the Good Witch from the "Wizard of Oz" and Malificent from "Sleeping Beauty," at the third annual Fashionista Fashion Show on Saturday, Oct. 10, at the Quincy Veterans Hall. Photos by Maggie Wells films such as the "Wizard of during intermission. Vikki Oz" and "Sleeping Beauty"Dedeker-Freeman and by assembling costumes Jackie Martinez-Blanton from those films, danced to the musical Margie Meeker, owner of classic "All That Jazz." Country Style Salon in Plumas Arts was present, Greenville, also has a operating the no-host bar. vintage clothing and The clothing modeled on costume shop and the runway was also assembled pieces to depict available for sale as a different decades in the last fundraiser for the two hundred years of fashion,causes. The models ranged in age Fashion show goers and body type, with the indicated the only need for youngest being 10 years old improvement was the sound and the oldest in her late and lighting. 70s. "While setting a nice Lowell Siwundhla was on mood, some of the fashion hand to play the blues is hard to see without stronger lights," said one fashion show attendee. The Fashionista Fashion Show is always scheduled for the first Saturday in October. Can a shotgun legally be used for protection when a person is fishing? Question: I would like to know if I can carry my 12-gauge shotgun for protection when I'm fishing from the shore. I have a fishing license and the chamber would be empty. Would it be legal? ---Aaron A. Answer: In many locations along California's coastline it would be unlawful to have a firearm with you. There are rules specific to state and national parks, wildlife refuges (Fish and Game Code, section 10500(b)) and marine sanctuaries, as well as local and county laws that would make it unlawful to carry a firearm while fishing along the coastline. In order to answer your question, we would need to know where you intend to carry the shotgun. In addition to the locations above, it is unlawful to carry a loaded gun in a public place in an incorporated city (Penal Code, section 25850), e.g. the entire shoreline of San Francisco. Simply having the live ammunition attached to the firearm in any manner constitutes "loaded" for purposes of this section. Question: It is my understanding that on land, California Department of Fish and Wildlife takes care of things; in Marine Protected Areas, and in the water, it is the responsibility of NOAA National Marine Sanctuaries. Can one take pictures within the marine protected areas on land or sea and sell them for commercial purposes or does one need a permit? --Lisa W. Answer: MPAs are managed by several different agencies, so the answer will vary depending upon the MPA. If the MPA is part of the state park system, you CALIFORNIA OUTi) O0t:~S CARRIE WILSON California Dept. of Fish & Game CalOutdoors@dfg.ca.gov may be required to obtain a permit for commercial photography from the California Film Commission (California Code of Regulations Title 14, section 4316.) If the MPA is part of a county park, a permit may be required depending on the county. For example, San Mateo and San Francisco counties both require permits for commercial photography in their county parks. Question: Am I correct in assuming that, similar to ' deer tags, one must have one pig tag for each feral pig taken, or does the purchase of one pig tag legally allow for taking multiple feral pigs? I saw your comment on a J recent feral pig question where you said there is no I daily bag limit on feral pigs, but I am assuming that this would mean one would still have to have multiple tags for multiple feral pigs taken over a given time frame. --w.B. Answer: Yes, you are correct. Although there is no daily limit for wild pigs, you must possess a tag prior to pig hunting for each pig you intend to take. Carrie Wilson is a marine environmental scientist with the Ca!-~for~i~ Department of Fish and Wildlife. While she cannot personally answer everyone's questions, she will select a few to answer each : week in this column. 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