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August Member Event: Art In The Garden

August Member Event: Art In The Garden

Date:

Thursday, August 22 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Location:
1431 Waverley Street
Palo Alto, CA 94301 United States

Join us for an evening of Art in the Garden. Enjoy a glass of wine and wander in the garden where artists will be working – sketching, drawing and planning. Observe the artists, chat with them, and try your hand at sketching.

Registration is required for this FREE Member-Only Event.  Registration lists are checked with member lists. You may be asked to confirm your membership in a follow up email.

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FEATURED ARTISTS

We are delighted to welcome the following painters, writers, and musicians to Gamble Garden for this event:


Jeanne Althouse


Harmony Music Ensemble


Tony Press


Lisa Van Dusen


Sherry Woodward


BeBe Khue Jacobs

Jeanne Althouse has been writing stories about secrets since her mother gave her a journal when she was eight. Her stories have been published in numerous literary journals, two chapbooks, and three times nominated for a Pushcart. Her story collection, BIG Secrets Everywhere, was published by Big Table Publishing in October 2023. She lives in Palo Alto, California with her favorite husband and snow tigers Sacha and Zara.Harmony Music Ensemble is a student-run chamber music organization in the Bay Area. The young musicians are members of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music pre-college, San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra, Young Chamber Musicians, Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra, California Youth Symphony, and Golden State Youth Orchestra. They are devoted to sharing valuable chamber music opportunities through their projects as well as their student program. Tony Press writes fiction, when he has questions, and poems when he thinks he has answers; thus, mostly fiction. His short story collection, Crossing the Lines, was published in 2016 and his poetry chapbook, Equinox and Solstice, in 2022. He claims 25 criminal jury trials, 12 years in a single high school classroom (plus 2 years at Paly), and a deep connection with Pop Warner’s old house in Palo Alto. He often claims his novel is almost finished.Lisa Van Dusen currently serves as Executive Director of the Palo Alto Community Fund She is a certified executive leadership coach and practicing artist. Her art work incorporates drawing, watercolors, wire, text and other media, exploring the quotidian and the big issues of our time with particular regard to connecting across differences. A flower-obsessed gardener, flowers and anything found in the garden are among her favorite subjects.Sherry Woodward is a self-taught visual artist living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. She works as a commercial insurance broker on the weekdays and teaches an adult art class at the local Golden Moon Studio/Gallery in San Mateo on Thursday nights. She also teaches online, and paints daily. Her work can be described as expressive, colorful and impressionistic. She primarily paints with acrylics and soft pastels, however, she is well-versed in most media.BeBe has undergrad and master's degrees in architecture from the University of Virginia. With a professional background in architecture and photography, BeBe returns to her love for drawing and painting to explore creativity through the fine arts. She currently teaches Chinese Brush Painting, watercolor, mixed media, photography, and textile art at the Pacific Art League. BeBe also develops and organizes art events for the community.