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14B Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Fog rolling over the ridges as seen from the Black Mountain Lookout and painted by Lucinda Wood is one of several works in her new show at the Plumas Arts Gallery. Photos submitted A rain shower moves across the valley. The Plumas Arts Gallery in Quincy will host a receptiol Friday, Nov. 6, to mark the opening of Artist-in-Residence Lucinda Wood's show titled "When the Clouds Live, Black Mountain Lookout." 10 Ib, Bag Russet Locally Grown Assorted (Acorn, Butternut, Spaghetti, Kabocha and Carnival) Bmj f Seedll 3lb. Oranges 2 lb. Bag White Mushrooms Cauliflower Iceberg J I lb. i 6a, 2 Ib, Halo Clementines Sale prices effective November 6 & 7, 2015, only. Sale starts at 6:00 am. Umited supply. No ralnchecks please. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 5am-10pm Operated 50 GRAND AVE., SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 Scratch Baked Goods , Fin6 Wines & spirits All Lottery Games US Postage We accept Food Stamps & WIC I in keep me on schedule. His meals and walks were notto i be forgotten. Originally, I had planned to have friends and family join me. Weather and other circumstances The Plumas Arts Gallery, located at 525 Main Street in Quincy, will host a reception Friday, Nov. 6, from 5 to 7 p.m. to mark the opening of Artist-in-Residence Lucinda Wood's new show titled intervened so that I had a "Where the Clouds Live, solo mountaintop experience: Black Mountain Lookout." with my Maker and my dog. I, "O On display will be 10 wrote in my j urnal ... it has;! watercolors, nine of whichbeen exhilarating to immerse Wood painted during her myself in beauty, taking it in i" residency at the Black and painting it... and giving Mountain Lookout, and one thanks.'" of the lookout itself, painted Working at twice her usual later from a photograph, canvas size, Wood has Wood will be giving an created paintings that are at Artist's Talk, sharing more once almost photographic in details of her stay and giving detail and dreamlike with a demonstration of her their delicately nuanced amazing watercolor cloud imagery. "I get the technique on Tuesday, Nov. sense of flight in all of these 10, at the Plumas Arts (paintings)," says her son Gallery. Snacks will be Brian Wood. available at 5:30 p.m., with Wood's chosen medium of the talk starting at 6 p.m. watercolor is uniquely suitedI The Artist-in-Residence to capture the misty Program, Plumas Arts and mutability of blue-gray the Plumas National Forest clouds as seen from a high offer artists an opportunity to vantage, as well as the sharp pursue their art form while shadows cast by the desert being inspired by forest sun. The artist performs a landscapes, stunning balancing act, This year, Wood was one of leaving great watery swathes two artists chosen from the of pale gray and blue to pool of applicants to spend a describe the clouds and then week at the lookout, a expertly rendering the folds refurbished fire lookout and hills of the valley floor. located on the eastern edge of These paintings are further the Beckwourth Ranger evidence of Wood's mastery District, 10 miles from of her medium. Highway 395, near Milford. Gallery Director Lori Davis The week Wood spent at said, "If you have ever the lookout was marked by worked with watercolor, or tumultuous weather ranging have an appreciation for it, from rain to hail to sunshine, definitely plan to attend the t'filing the sky with rapidly talk on November 10. To see changing cloudscapes. "What Lucinda make her magic will a delight it was to watch the be an amazing experience." waves of light and shadow, Wood's work will hang at rain and fog pass over the the Gallery through the layers of ridges," Wood wrote month of November, in her journal. "The most alongside the work of Plumas spectacular views were often Arts Member artists. at dawn, when I'd look down The Plumas Arts Gallery upon a sea of fog with island and office hours are mountains and a constantly Wednesday, through Friday changing coastline as the fog from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and ebbed and flowed. One windy Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 morning the fog raced up out p.m. The show will run until of the valleys, curling and Nov. 28. Visit Plumas Arts on flying like so many Chinese the web at plumasarts.org dragons!" she continued, for more information about Wood wrote, "Surrounded its programs, and to see by such splendor, I would the gallery exhibition barely remember to eat! My schedule for the remainder dog, Coffee, did his best to of the year. IT JUST Show you care by Litter has environmental consequences, debris may be carried by storm drains into local waterwaysl Litter on the ground attracts more tter. Advert s ng funded by a grant ~ managed by P!umas County Department of Public.Works. II IIII I IIIII I IIIlll I I I III IIII IJ&_