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Cathy Dorris Studios Presents “Tribal: A Feast for the Senses”

The Yoruba Crown, by  Cathy DorrisCathy Dorris Studios Presents “Tribal: A Feast for the Senses”
Featuring art-tiquities, aromas, drumming, dancing, food, wine, mystifications and curious surprises.

Date: Saturday, July 24, 2010

Time: 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Location: Ashland Community Center, 59 Winburn Way, Ashland, Oregon.

Featuring the work of these Rogue Valley artists: Cathy Dorris, Betsy Lewis, Dianne Heitmanek, Gaelyn Larrick, Kim Nielsen, Barbara Helfand, Pam Landell, Cynde Gragert (River), JoHanna White Evins, and Leighanna Light.

Performances by Sue Lundquist and the Hand in Hand Drumming Group.

Admission: $8.00 (includes ethnic foods.)

Wine for sale by glass from Liquid Assets.

Cathy Dorris is a mixed media artist who has a passion for using a wide variety of mediums and materials, including raw elements from the earth and recycled objects. Her mission is to create art events which go beyond the visual, and which invite viewers to engage all their senses in the experience of art. Traveling extensively, she has been inspired to create, teach — and now present to Southern Oregon — multimedia art experiences representative of many regions from around the globe.

For 25 years, Cathy has been teaching in schools, art as therapy, holding workshops in mixed media painting, Japanese sumi-e, collage, sculpture, assemblage, and fiber arts, out of her studio/gallery in Southern Oregon. Her work has been published in magazines and newspapers, and shown in galleries in Seattle, Portland, and Southern Oregon.

Cathy lives with her husband in the beautiful foothills of Talent, Oregon

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