Arts! Arcata: February is for Lovers!

Arts! Arcata, Friday February 8th, 6-9 p.m. Arts! Arcata is Arcata Main Street’s monthly celebration of visual and performing arts, held at locations in Arcata. Visit, Arts! Arcata on Facebook, or call 707-822-4500 for more information. Arcata Exchange, 813 H St.: Artist Richard Stockwell presents mixed media art with music by the Ancient Music Group and a wine pour with Arcata House Partnership. Also visit with Shoshanna and her Girl Scout Troop, a special feature for February. Bubbles, 1031 H St.: Live Celtic music with local legends Dominic Romano and Nate Zwerdling. Garden Gate, 905 H St.: Presents Artist Aaron Noble with his show: Geometry of Life. Music performed by Covered in Moss (formerly Fingal), with a nonprofit wine pour by Redwood Pals Rescue. Heart of Humboldt, 601 I St.: Hosts DejaVux Jewelry by Patti Lohr. Patti Lohr is the designer and maker of DejaVux, a jewelry line made of predominantly copper and brass combined with pieces of nature and recycled materials to create handmade jewelry with a dash of urban grit. The Rocking Horse, 791 8th St.: Maestra Catalina’s Fourth Grade class from Fuente Nueva Charter School presents “Celebrate Kindness” in pencil. Plaza Grill, Jacoby’s Storehouse, 791 8th St.: Artist Jay Brown presents art in mixed media with subjects in skies, landscapes and still lifes. Libation Wine Bar, 761 8th St.: Photography of the Swiss Alps by David Howell, with music by Jim Silva. Mia Bella Cupcakes, 1041 H St.: Oil paintings by Erica Brooks in a show titled Radiant Sweets & sculpture by Patricia Rose. Moonrise Herbs, 826 G St.: Mixed Media by Artist Danielle Orr, with music Gypsy Soul by Kristina Carrara. Om Shala Yoga, 858 10th St.: hosts Bear showing “Path to Center” mixed media exploring a nexus of information, design and healing all intended to help you find your way back to your core, your heart, & your center. Plaza Shoe Shop, 699 G St.: Mixed media by Artist Jose Moreno. Sacred Empire, 853 H St.: Showcasing Ore Jewelry by Carly Vandal. Locally crafted jewelry using precious metals and stones such as Herkimer Diamonds, Rubies and Garnets. Sanctuary, 1301 J St.: An art exhibition: Bits and Pieces, the art of Laurel Skye. Bits and Pieces, sculptural and mosaicked work by Laurel Skye and Marley Goldman. Locals will recognize Laurel’s distinctive mosaic work, which adorns her incredible home on 11th street, and is installed in numerous public spaces around Humboldt. Umpqua Bank, 1063 G St.: Photographer Alan Peterson presents “A Walk on the Wild Side”. Alan Peterson is a wildlife photographer and videographer who studied film and animation at California College of the Arts and now spends much of his free time documenting the wildlife and ecology of California’s north coast.

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