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November 5, 2014

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14B Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter "Carried Away, Trinity River" Potatoes Only at "Reckless Abandon, Indian Rh ubarb at Oakland Camp" Avocado 59C", ekes 2ea/S3 Two Days Only .November 7th & 8th Fuji :,bag Broccoli Apples Me Mandarins Bunches 211 bag Carrots Onions 7900a SI00o Squash Ib 3 lb. bag Cucumbers Mushrooms Tams Celery 99tea, Sale pdces effective November 7 & 8, 2014, only. Sale starts at 6:00 am. Umited supply. No ralnchecks please. OPEN 7 DAYS Scratch Baked Goods A WEEK 5am-lOpm Fine Wines & Spirits All Lottery Games US Postage We accept Food Stamps 50 GRAND AVE., SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 &w,c New show invites its viewers to get 'Carried Away' Lara Eichenberger Special to Feather Publishing Lucinda Wood's new show at Main Street Artists Gallery opening Nov. 7 is titled "Carried Away." It reflects the artist's state of mind while she's creating a painting outdoors. Her concentration is so intense and she is so focused on the beauty of her subject and on the race to capture it on paper before the light changes that she becomes oblivious to more mundane concerns such as hunger, thirst, heat or cold. She always brings her dog while painting in the field to alert her if someone approaches, as she is totally engrossed in the task at hand. To be so in the moment is a marvelous experience for any creative person, as it takes years of yoga and meditation for the rest of us to achieve. Lucinda's process is to begin her paintings on location, then complete them in her studio but often returning to the subject several times at the same time of day to capture the details. Many of her images involve moving water -- local rivers and streams one could get "carried away" on via kayak, tube or raft. During one painting session, while she was perched on a rock overlooking the Trinity River, her signature piece for this show was literally carried away by the wind? Thankfully, it did not land in the water. The painting depicts the surface of the water being tossed by the wind, bringing up its rich turquoise, teal and green shades. This is captured so vividly that the viewer is transported into the scene. In addition to rushing water, Lucinda excels in depicting botanicals, specifically local flora such as Rocky Mountain bee plant, Virginia creeper and snowflower, all rendered in painstaking detail. Her control of the brush in these watercolors is awe-inspiring, rettltlti in images that are flawless. Lucinda's work is also on display on three new interpretive panels along the Gansner Park bike trail. Also on display there is a piece by MSA artist Michael Kerby. Lucinda's son and daughter will be joining her show as budding guest artists. Brian brings a variety of drawings as well as poems and stories, while Sylvia will showcase her talent with watercolors, o oils and ink. Both will display their work in the Tiny Room. The opening will take place, Friday, Nov. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. Complimentary wine - and appetizers will be served:i "Virginia Creeper in Autumn"