Sunday, May 5, 2013

"In The Spirit of Aloha"

"In The Spirit of Aloha" is now showing for the month of May at The Gallery. Our opening last evening was amazing. Please come in and enjoy these talented artists, the work is something you would be delighted to have in your home or office. We are open Monday through Saturday 11am to 7/8pm, or call us and we can arrange a time for your convenience to view this show.  775-294-4135

Friday, May 3, 2013

Openhouse Reception this Saturday!

In the Spirit of Aloha: a dynamic exhibit featuring a family of artists.

Please join us Saturday, May 4th, from 6-10pm to welcome our new featured works by Terri Woodhams, Kaunani Dudoit-Kary, Marshall Leonard Kary Jr., and Master Kekoa Woodhams.

Mural Project!

Calling all Artists and Volunteers!

The Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe has made a contribution to our historical mural art project. The mural is to be placed on the wall of Heck's Meat and will feature art by local artists. A portion of the mural is to be dedicated to the Paiute Shoshone people.

We are looking for artistic contributions from ALL artists in our native community as well as participation to help with the completion of the entire project. Little to no experience is necessary to join in on this historical event. We are looking for all those who are interested, ages 9 & up. Find out how you can make YOUR mark in the history of Fallon!!

Patricia Sammons, Rising Sun Gallery Director:

Toni Burton, Fallon Paiute Shoshone Tribe:
775/423-6075 or 775/423-6040

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Matthew Tholl

Near-native Nevadan Matthew Tholl was born in South Lake Tahoe, lived in Gardnerville, and recently settled in Fallon. Earlier interests included airplane gliding, exploring Tahoe and surrounding areas by hiking, backpacking, and various water sports - but he believes he has found his true calling in photography. It wasn't until his move to Fallon in 2009 when he began taking classes in the field of criminal justice that he found photography.

 Matthew is one of our four featured artists currently on display for the month of April. Please stop by to see his beautiful photographs!

Monday, April 8, 2013

Edna Van Leuven

Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Edna Van Leuven began her creativity as an author, having had her first novel published by Avalon Books. A copy of Tombstones and Tumbleweeds can be borrowed at the local library. Her artistic ingenuity is shown in her original crewel embroidery designs. She currently writes a weekly column for the Lahontan Valley News and enjoys performing solos in various church choirs.

Edna is one of our four featured artists currently on display for the month of April. Her work is stunning, we invite you to the gallery to see it!