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Rita Watkins

Submitted by the artist Rita WatkinsSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 58 I am so excited to be exhibiting my work in Oakhurst. I am Rita Alves Watkins. My parents, Anthony and Virginia Alves, built a home and moved our family here from Monterey in 1960. My first art teacher, Mr. Beeching from Sierra Union High School first taught me ...

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Susan Bolen

Submitted by the artist Susan BolenSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 59 It’s all about the color. I have been creating art for as long as I can remember, and stopped only as an adult when I was traveling cross country by bus and train, working in factories and hotels and trying to make a living. Since 2000 when I ...

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Robert Chaponot

Submitted by the artist Robert ChaponotSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 100 A lot of my love of photography is my love of nature and being a part of it. I like to look for different lighting or angles that give a different view or interpretation to a photograph. Photography is a never ending learning experience and I have had ...

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Mariposa Master Gardeners Plant Sale

COULTERVILLE — If you love outdoor plants and can’t resist a good bargain, here’s great news: Mariposa County Master Gardeners (MCMG) are holding a plant sale on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Coulterville Firehouse demonstration garden, and it’s just in time for fall. According to the Master Gardeners, fall is the ideal time to ...

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Record Number of Artists For Sierra Art Trails

OAKHURST – The works of a record number of artists will be on display for the 11th annual Sierra Art Trails Open Studio Tour, taking place October 4 – 6. Based in Oakhurst, which is located about 20 minutes south of Yosemite National Park, the region has a reputation for having more artists per capita than anywhere else in the ...

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Anita Stoll

Submitted by the artist Anita StollSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 14 Anita is known for her ethereal pastel landscapes. Her paintings are inspired by what she observes in nature. At the age of 50, Anita and her husband moved to the High Desert where she was immediately struck with the open expanses of sky and land. She was overcome ...

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Jeff Grandy

Submitted by the artist Jeff GrandySierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 70 I’ve been actively photographing the natural world for well over 30 years. So many of my favorite images over that time involve the subject of water in some form or other: bubbling brooks and wild raging rivers, still ponds or vernal pools, even clouds and ice. All have ...

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Moira Donohoe

Submitted by the artist Moira DonohoeSierra Art Trails 2013 Catalog # 3 My inspiration comes from the land, especially the Sierra Nevada. It’s like a bridge to me, between the world you see, and the world that is felt, and whispered to us, in the big and in the small. When I was a child, much time was spent along ...

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Grizzly Century Rolls Through Scenic Byway

Submitted by Doug Waltner NORTH FORK – The Grizzly Century Bike Run returns to the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway on Saturday, Oct. 5, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. “The Griz” has become one of the premier rides in Central California. Great scenery, little traffic, and friendly service are among the attractions. The Grizzly Century began 21 years ago as ...

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