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In Part 1 (in the January 16 Record) we discussed the Park Center in Hayward as a venue dedicated to musicians, singers, actors, dancers, visual artists, authors, videographers, multicultural events and virtually all-creative, innovative art forms. It is a highly respected, bold, artistic an…

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Natalie Miller is the October Hayward High School Artist of the Month with her pencil portrait drawing. She is a freshman taking an art fundamentals class this semester.

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WASHBURN – One of the most difficult aspects of good newspaper journalism is its short lifespan. A newspaper story lives out its life in one short day on a printed page or fleeting electrons on a web page, often never to be seen again unless sought out with the help of an Internet search eng…

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Area artist Deanna Persson had artwork accepted for a show titled “Naming The Unspoken” in Crystal Lake, Illinois. Artists submitted several pieces of art and poets and writers selected pieces to interpret through the unspoken word. Persson submitted mixed media works on canvas titled “Unity…

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Those driving onto the grounds of Norwood Haven Resort off Highway E on the east side of Grindstone Lake will see an elephant — yes —and two buffalo. An elephant in the Northwoods. Yup; they’re painted on a huge boulder that sits astride the resort entrance.

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“At the Lake,” a painting by artist Georgia Novak, “was painted from a photo my husband had taken of these children on a California pier. I painted it initially with a California setting and then decided to paint it a second time changing the setting to a Northwoods scene.”

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“Resounding Sky Woman” is a one of a series of acrylic paintings by started by Michael Clarquist in 2012 after he left the military. 

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The work of Hayward artist Sally Sorenson has been accepted for several national juried art exhibits. She is currently showing an etching titled “Protesters 3” in Eau Claire at the new Pablo Center’s Inaugural Exhibition, and an etching titled “What You Will Regret” from Oct. 1 to Nov. 9 at …

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“The ‘Fantasy Fish’ watercolor started as a doodle while watching television,” said artist Trudy Tyson.

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“Evening Flight” is watercolor painting by Joan Mouritsen (also known as “Joan of Art”), one of the five principle owners of Gallery & Gifts in Hayward.

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“I love owls — mystic, stealthily, regal — and those eyes,” said photographer James Netz of his photo “The Launch.”

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The Out of Woods Winery in downtown Hayward will host the opening of an Invitational Photography Show from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12. Out of the Woods Winery includes the Patricia Mac Laughlin Gallery.

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The CHARAC Art Center will offer a class titled Watercolor: Color Drop-in Magic from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, at the art center just sought of Cable on Highway 63.

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“The Coin Jar,” a caricature of an older man wearing a fedora hat by Patti M. Fox of Shell Lake, looks like a bronze sculpture, but it’s not — it’s pottery.

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“Because it kind of rises from the blue dots, the name of the piece is ‘Rising Elk,’” said Laura Gerken.

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Sebek Studio in Hayward will host an open house over the Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 1-3, with hours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday.

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Nancy Cooper, an artist, craftswoman and cultural leader, estimates the number of those making Native American crafts and art in the area is well over 200. Now, with the help of the Lac Courte Oreilles (LCO) Tribal Governing Board, Cooper and Susan Aasen, a local attorney, are working to giv…

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Kay Ryan, who lives on the Chippewa Flowage in the Town of Hunter, created this three-dimensional stained glass piece called “Crappie On Wood.”

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This spring, Regional Hospice Services commissioned Sara Balbin to create a sculpture celebrating their 25th anniversary. The sculpture was unveiled June 28 at their Music in the Park fundraising event at the Cable Recreational Park.