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Carmel Open House!

If you’re in the Carmel or Monterey area today, come join me at elizabethW Carmel for their Five Year Anniversary Party of their retail location on Ocean Avenue. There will wine tasting with Carmel Road, a trunk show with the famous pillow people Catstudio, my new collection of paintings, apps, giveaways and a raffle for […]

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Anniversary Texture, Sierras in Black ~ September 11 and 14, 2013

Early September is usually pretty active. Not only am I packing and preparing for my Women’s Journaling Annual Retreat, but it is also my birthday and our anniversary too. So this page has whispers of how terrain between Roland and I had smoothed out, …

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Rogue Gallery & Art Center celebrates 51 years in the region

Rogue Gallery and Art Center

Celebrating its 51st year of inspiring visual arts in Southern Oregon, the Rogue Gallery & Art Center is hosting its Annual Benefit Auction and Dinner on Saturday, September 10, 2011. This fun-filled, “ARTrageous” event will take place at Kids Unlimited in Medford, Oregon (821 N. Riverside), beginning at 5PM. All proceeds raised will support visual arts education for all ages and art exhibitions for artists in the Rogue Valley and beyond.

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