of July exhibit “Three to Draw Too” at the Dahmen Barn
On Sunday, July 6 from 1 to 4 pm, the “Three to Draw Too” exhibit opening will be held at the Dahmen Barn. Featured are Franceen Hermanson from Clarkston, Charlotte Schacher from Lewiston and Barney Saneholtz from Pullman, who will all be at the opening. The three artists are friends and enjoy painting plein air together, and all take their inspiration from nature.
Hermanson is an award winning artist who is well known and appreciated for scenery pictures with spectacular skies. Schacher is tremendously versatile in medium used and content. She paints landscapes, florals, and western life in oils, pastel and watercolor. Hermanson and Schacher are members of the Snake River Showcase Cooperative and have been resident artisans at the Dahmen Barn since its preview opening August of 2006. Saneholtz, recently retired, has revitalized his life-long enjoyment of drawing and painting. He “draws” his paintings with pastels, many with a landscape theme from his fly fishing trips.
The exhibit continues during regular open hours at the Dahmen Barn through June 29. The opening, where dress is casual and refreshments are served, as well as the exhibit is free to the public.
Artisans at the Dahmen Barn is located on highway 195 in Uniontown in the big white barn behind the famous iron wheel fence. The art center is open Thursday through Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. More information at www.ArtisanBarn.org or 509-229-3414.