Slideshow: Second Friday Arts! Arcata
Arts! Arcata is Arcata Main Street’s monthly celebration of visual and performing arts, held at more than 30 participating locations in Arcata. Visit www.artsarcata.com for even more information about the event or call 822-4500.
1: East Side Deli and Market 420 California St. Russell Bashaw, natural patterns using blends of organic materials, watercolors and wood.
2:Big Pete’s Pizza1435 G St. John Chapman, photographs.
5: Hempsown1101 H St. Libby Yee, paintings.
6: Bubbles1031 H St. Bluegrass music by Clean Livin’.
7: NuGames1075 K St. Damien DeNolf, apocalyptic and space Die-O-Ramas.
8: Garden Gate905 H St. Wine served as a benefit the Annie and Mary Rail Trail; Linda Wise, sculptures; Nalini Cogswell, paintings; music by Blue Lotus Jazz.
9: Meridian Fine Art Gallery833 9th St. Wine served as a benefit for Veterans for Peace;summer show features Susan Fox, Michael Harris, Linda Parkinson, Ellen Land-Weber, Jim McVicker, Theresa Oats, Tina Rousselot, Patricia Sennott, Rachel Schlueter, Stock Schlueter and guest artist Steve Coppin.
10:Renata’s Creperie1030 G St.Renata, figurative and nude.
11: North Coast Co-op 811 I St. Damien DeNolf, apocalyptic and space Die-O-Ramas.
12: Caravan of Dreams 893 H St. Linnea Tobias, mixed media.
13: Arcata Artisans 883 H St. Wine served to benefit the Breast Health Project; Brooke Fox,pique assicte; Jeanne Fierce, felt and paintings; Libby George, pastels.
14: Rookery Books853 H St. Live music.
15: North Soles Footwear853 H St. Tura Brink, pastels; Andrew Spehr, mixed media.
16: Simply Macintosh837 H St. Rich Hardaway, mixed media; music by Jim Lahman.
17: Arcata Exchange813 H St.Wine served to benefit Planned Parenthood; Carl Meucke, mixed media and sculptures; country/blues music by the Back Seat Drivers.
18:Natural Selection 708 9th St. Dana Johnston, photographs.
19: Dottie May’s Closet 632 9th St., #A1.TBA
20:US Bank* 953 G St. R. E. Steven Thiele, paintings.
23: Umpqua Community Gallery 1063 G St. John A. Doerner, Our Historic Ships,paintings.
24: Big Blue Café846 G St.Helen Batcher, oil paintings.
25: Moonrise Herbs 826 G St. Laura Osborn, photographs.
26:Plaza Design 808 G St.Wine served as a benefit for Hospice of Humboldt; Adrienne Werth, botanicals and watercolors; music by Bossa Passatempo.
28:Willow and Rags 791 8th St. TBA
29: Libation761 8th St. Lynna Ridgeway, Hawaiian Retrospective, oils on canvas; music by Duncan Burgess.
30: Bon Boniere 791 8th St. Mariana Kratttiger, My Affair with the Arts,acrylic paintings.
32: Essence of Humboldt 632 9th St., #A2. Alyssa Miller, Stardogg Design,jewelry.
33: Cafe Brio791 G St.Jazz music by Weather Machine.
34:Arcata City Hall* 736 F St. Book cover Peace Project; student art, mixed media.
36: Fire Arts Center 520 South. G St., #A. Thomas Hovie, pottery.
38: New Image Salon Sunny Brae Center. Erica Delefsen, acrylics.
39: Grandma B’s Fudge Shop 887 H St.Live music.
44: Adventure’ Edge 650 10th St. Christina Russ and Sam Campo, photographs.
45: Prosperity Real Estate839 9th St. David Howell, photographs.
49: Far North Climbing Gym1065 K St. David Boston, photographs; Meredity Stall, paintings; music by DJ Stegoz.
50: Great Spiral Gallery 930 Samoa Blvd. Samuel, pencil works on black backgrounds.
53: Plaza Grill Jacoby Storehouse. Matt Filar, photographs.
56: Om Shala Yoga858 10th St.TBA.
60: Arcata Photo Studios/S&S EventsJacoby Storehouse. Terrence McNally, Martin Swett and Sheldon Sabbatini, photographs.
61: Redwood RaksOld Creamery Building, 8th and L sts. Carla Hayes, paintings.
62: Muddy’s Hot Cup1603 G St. Comic rock by Fortress of Attitude.
*These venues are open only during regular business hours.