Ellu Gallery celebrates Earth Day on Friday

Ellu Gallery in Grass Valley is celebrating Earth Day by hosting an “Elements of Earth” reception on April 22 from 5-7 p.m. at 342 Idaho-Maryland Road in Grass Valley.

The evening features the premiere exhibit of artist Dave Barter. Barter works with reclaimed wood producing sculptures and carved art pieces. Harpist Eah’s ethereal notes will fill the gallery on Friday evening. The reception is followed by an open house on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Ellu Gallery offers a new approach to viewing, buying and living with art. The 5,000 square foot modern and contemporary art gallery opened quietly in late 2015. Ellu Gallery invites interaction, events, impromptu small-scale musical performance and gatherings. After all, art provides inherently life-enriching experiences that reach into the social fabric of culture.

Ellu currently features eight artists, and plans on keeping a tight group of visually related, contrasting artists as it expands. Visitors will find mixed media, oil, acrylic, hot glass artworks, fine woodworking and sculpture—in both wood and glass.

What: Earth Day artist reception and open house, “Elements of the Earth” celebration

When: Reception April 22, 5-7 p.m. and Open House, April 23, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. (no music or wine Saturday)

Where: Ellu Gallery, 342 Idaho Maryland Rd, Grass Valley, CA

Artists: Introducing Dave Barter, Unique and Exotic Designs and Sculptures Created from Reclaimed Wood. Featured Artists: Ryan McVay, Dean Gelber, Myqi Harrison, James Mullady, Charles Loire, Steve Sydow

Music and Wine: Vocal and Harp Performance by Eah, wine by Clavey Vineyards (Friday only)

Enter the raffle to win a $5,000 painting

(Photo: Ellu Gallery)

Details: Visit www.ElluGallery.com or 530-802-5353

Tickets: Free and open to the public

By Pam Biery for Ellu Gallery

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