Three Rivers Art Center

Sam McKinney is a grower and lover of gourds and gourd art.  She utilizes gourds as a medium to do beading with a  Native American and a contemporary look. Pine needle coiling gives her the inspiration to create art from nature. She also wood burns and chip carves.  Meet Sam at the Three Rivers Art Center, 41673 N Fork Dr.

Shirley and Ted Fox
Shirley Fox will be showing unique, one of a kind, aprons, kitchen towels (both machine and hand embroidered, and whatever else that inspires my creative juices. "I will do custom designs upon request, and who knows what else will inspire my juices with our new 10 spool embroidery machine," said Shirley.  Now showing The Wizard of Oz and The Day of the Dead aprons, along with new kitchen towels.  Three Rivers Art Center, 41673 N Fork Dr.
Earl Thompson
Earl Thompson drove big rigs across country for 50 plus years, always with great appreciation for the beauty and majesty of this country. After retiring at 75 years of age, and with time on his hands, he sat down and began a process of expressing himself on canvas. His favorite works are black and white drawings, but he is exploring colored pencils and paint.  Earl also makes many of his frames.  See Earl's work at the Three Rivers Art Center, 41673 N Fork Dr.
Jami Beck
Jami Beck does beaded crochet jewelry. She is a teacher by profession in the local Three Rivers Elementary school. In the summer she joins 1st Saturday in Three Rivers to share her colorful jewelry.  Say to Jami when you arrive at the Art Center, "HAPPY BIRTHDAY CHARLES YOUNG!"  You will get $5.00 off one item.  Charles Young was Sequoia National Park's 1st Park Superintendent.  He was born on March 12th, 1864.  See Jami at The Three Rivers Arts Center 41905 North Fork Dr.

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