ALIVE AFTER FIVE: HIGH STREET BAND AND MOSLEY WOTTA AT OLD MILL DISTRICT
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Old Mill District
Alive After Five Concert Series:
Featured Act: High Street Band
Opening Act: Mosley Wotta
ART OF THE WEST OPENING RECEPTION
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
High Desert Museum
Head to the High Desert Museum for an evening filled with art and excitement. The opening event includes artist demonstrations and a chance to mingle with the artists
PORTLAND’S TONY SMILEY AND KEEZ
Volcanic Theatre Pub
COST: $5 adv/ $7 Door
SUNRIVER QUILT SHOW AND SALE
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
The Village at Sunriver
Deschutes National Forest
Annual Sunriver Quilt Show and Sale in the Village at Sunriver, on Saturday, August 1, from 9 am to 4 pm. Some of the quilts will be for sale. In addition, there is a bazaar of handcrafted items made by members of the Meadow Meadow Quilters.
FREE SUMMER CONCERTS: WILDERNESS @ LES SCHWAB AMPHITHEATER
2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Les Schwab Amphitheater
Wilderness Melodic Explosions
COMAG JEWELRY & METAL ARTS SHOW AND SALE
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
The Oxford Hotel
COMAG is a diverse group of Central Oregon metal artists. We are jewelry designers, gemstone cutters, sculptors and blacksmiths. Our love of art, metal and fire bind us together. Join us for our annual show at the Oxford Hotel and meet the artists…always exploring the endless possibilities of metal.
August 4 (Thru August 28)
“FUNKY CHICKENS” A FINE ART EXHIBITION BY LINDA M. SHELTON
Redmond Senior Center
Local award-winning Redmond artist Linda M. Shelton will be the Featured Artist in the Redmond Senior Center for the month of August 2015. Linda will be displaying her humorous and whimsical funky chicken series. The Redmond Senior Center is located at 325 NW Dogwood in Redmond, OR. Their hours are 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.
Linda Shelton grew up on a ranch in South Central, Washington. Since youth, Shelton has been intrigued with how to transfer images, whether real or imaginary, from the mind’s eye to paper. After earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Central Washington State College, Shelton joined United Airlines as a flight attendant. During her 30 year airline adventure, Shelton experimented in different art media, joyfully discovering what each amazing world offered. Although watercolor is Shelton’s favorite medium, she continues to explore other imaginative resources.
Shelton’s chickens are a series of original paintings depicting the life of chickens—when we humans aren’t looking! Each painting includes a story about what’s happening at the moment the chicken was spotted!
When not working on her own paintings, Shelton is active in several organizations including the Watercolor Society of Oregon and the regional SageBrushers Art Association.
For more information on Linda M. Shelton or about “Funky Chickens” contact the artist at: email@example.com or visit her website at: www.zhibit.org/lindashelton.
WONDER: A MINI FILM FESTIVAL AT THE WORKHOUSE
7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
50 Southeast Scott Street
See 7 Wonder-Themed Films Made in 72-Hours
Bring your own chair!
A $5 suggested donation at the door.