The Edgewater Gallery in Fort Bragg, in Mendocino County, features the artwork of 13 artists from Japan for June 2-29, 2010. The show is part of the sister city exchange program between Mendocino and Miasa-Omachi, Japan. Last year, 21 artists from Mendocino County were hosted at shows in Japan.
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If you want to enjoy the show at a particularly lively time in downtown Fort Bragg, plan to visit during the immensely popular First Friday celebration on June 4th from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. The coastal village comes alive with art connoisseurs who stroll around town, enjoying the vibrant scene of art, music, and food.
Edgewater Gallery is regularly open 10A- 5P daily and until 6pm on Fridays and Saturdays. The gallery is at 356 N. Main St., near the corner of Main and Laurel streets in downtown Fort Bragg. For more information you may call 707-964-4668 or visit us online.
The gallery is owned by Mendocino County artists and features fine examples of value priced paintings, pottery, jewelry, stained glass, photography, sculpture, and furniture. Surely you have room in the car for a distinctive piece of art that captures your imagination?
Travelers, not to worry: Edgewater Gallery ships anywhere and accept credit cards. The only thing easier would be to create your own decorative pieces. Do you really have time to do that?
If you’re driving to Mendocino County, you can get there from anywhere with Google Maps.
Be an expert on the local art scene when you arrive by doing your research with the Arts Council of Mendocino County. These are masters of the arts.
Get the big picture of what else there is to do when you travel to Mendocino County. Learn more about Fort Bragg and the Mendocino Coast.
More time and a willingness to be dazzled when you travel? There is a sprawling county of redwoods, mountains, lakes, vineyards, scenic drives, and all the trappings of the good life. Explore the rest of Mendocino County.
While you’re sighing at the mere thought of all this pleasure, share your enthusiasm with friends on Facebook, Twitter and other social media. They’ll think you’re picture perfect.
Jay Gordon also writes about Mendocino County for the Nickel & Dime weekly newspaper.
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