Another New Artist At Two Rivers Art Gallery- Welcome Debby Ashdon!

We have another new Artist!

We always welcome new Artists with unique artwork, bringing in wonderful outdoor paintings (some on wild turkey feathers), photographs, art boxes (with cute rock people that tell a story), masks (for our Mask Mania Event), needlework, pottery, jewelry (we are limiting this due to having a wide range of wonderful jewelry, basket weaving, huckleberry honey (local), quilts (we have raffle tickets for our Chiloquilter’s quilt raffle, painted rocks, sculptures (using gemstones, metal, pine needles and more).

Debby is one of your Needlecrafters that meet at 1:30 on the 1 st and 3 rd Tuesday every month. She enjoys the fellowship with kindred spirits. They are a nice bunch of ladies enjoying this time to share their projects and give instruction where needed. Debby uses wool produced in Artist’s ranch, handspun, with some natural dye, crocheted or woven on Artist’s loom. She has a variety of mediums using cotton, silk, acrylic, and beads. Here scarves and other items are unique, beautifully made from original products.

Debby desires to develop her skills in an area outside of her career endeavors. She has a love of developing products by hand. She has entered her artwork into competitions where she won red and blue ribbons. Her vocation in nursing is an honorable service for all of us. She is impressed with the quality of works she finds in our Gallery.

Item Pictured from another of Two Rivers Gallery 90 Artists

Our Gallery now has almost 90 local Artists and over 3,000 square feet of art. Please come and see and possibly buy Debby’s new art! You too will be impressed. Bring some friends! Debby also shows some of her work at The Klamath Art Gallery. Welcome, Debby, to our Two Rivers Art Gallery family!

You can read more about Two Rivers Art Gallery and Chiloquin Community Tourism ACTION Team on our
website: www.2riversartgallery.com.

Item Pictured from another of Two Rivers Gallery 90 Artists

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