Monthly Archives: February 2011

Student Art Show—Coming Soon

It’s almost here! Put it on your calendar now. Spread the word. Tucker County students will be featured in the: STArt 2011 Student Art Show Sunday, May 1, 2:30 Davis Community Center Over 100 art works by Tucker county school … Continue reading

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Creative Inspiration

“The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.”     –      Pablo Picasso Some of you might … Continue reading

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If you have the time and the resources make art, it is a luxury history afforded you. Be grateful. It is not a privilege everyone has.

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As I struggle to navigate the complex (and interesting) world that is our experience as human beings my task seems sometimes to sort out the message from the media. Maybe things have changed a bit in modern times with regards … Continue reading

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Heritage House at the Depot

Tucker County is full of talented artistic and creative people.  When it comes time for you to buy a gift – Do you support your local community and artists?  Where’s your favorite place to find that one of a kind … Continue reading

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The Purple Fiddle as a Community Advocate

I know I am biased when it comes to my passion for the Purple Fiddle, because it is my life. I am the first to acknowledged that I am blessed to be able to follow my bliss – in this … Continue reading

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Reaching Across a Divide

Today, we feel the need to address the unity of our community and its opposite, the divisions within. We’re doing this because a respondent to our recent post “A Creative Population”, after inquiring about the STArt Project, characterized much of … Continue reading

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