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We offer several SERIES of events, both in classes and live music categories and also have a CULINARY ARTS PROGRAM and a CERAMICS PROGRAM.  A general description of each series or program is at the top of each appropriate tab, then individual events are posted by date. Classes for children may be found under the Kids' Events tab.

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A Retrospective of 40 years
Date: October 1 - October 29
Artisans at The Dahmen Barn October exhibit is a 40 year retrospective of art by Uniontown artist Jennifer Holland. An opening reception will be held Sunday October 1, from 1pm to 3pm in the Hayloft Gallery at the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown Washington. The exhibit opens October 1 and continues to October 29th..

Jennifer Holland resides in Uniontown is the owner of Splendid Old Stuff an antique store of the edge of town, A Retrospective of work covering 40 years. Watercolor, acrylic, photography and 3-d dress form sculptures of women who made a difference in art history. Jennifer used her photography to create ​more than just a photo. She transferred the photographic image to watercolor paper using photo emulsion and her bath tub or a large garbage can for processing. She then created large watercolors by adding to and enhancing the photo with watercolor paints. Her watercolors are large and vibrant flowers and fauna some are torn into collages or housed in antique frames or windows.

After earning a degree in art and moving to Uniontown Jennifer’s art started to include items out of what others no longer found a use for, Georgia O’ Keefe, and Freida Kahlo come to life using old jewelry, plastic flowers, and other object found from estate sales etc..

Opening reception October 1, 1pm-3pm 

Palouse Watercolor Socius
Date: November 5 - November 26
Opening reception Sunday,  November 5th from 1pm-4pm.

 This year’s Palouse Watercolor Socius’ show is dedicated to the memory of Nick Bode who passed on June 6, 2017. All paintings exhibited in this show are available for purchase. Included Nick’s early works not previously shown, studio paintings, and works en plein air.
Nick was instrumental to the promotion and success of the Palouse Watercolor Socius by encouraging local businesses to display artists’ work. He was a watercolor purist, painting the local landscapes of the Palouse en plein air and in his studio from photos. Nick loved having others join him to paint in his studio or on en plein air locations throughout the Palouse. He mentored and inspired many local artists. Nick’s friendship, encouragement, and passion to paint and exhibit will be greatly missed.

Nick Bode Biography Nick Bode was born in 1950 in Rhinelander, Wisconsin and in 1960 moved with his family to Moscow, Idaho. He has lived there ever since. He began painting watercolor while in high school and studied art at the University of Idaho. He worked in construction and farming for a number of years before joining his family's restaurant and beverage business from 1979 to 1998, at which point he returned to construction. He retired in 2002 and returned to watercolor in 2003.

His work appears often at various venues around North Idaho and Eastern Washington. He also enters work in various juried shows. His first solo show, the Farmer’s Market series, was at the Third Street Gallery in Moscow, Idaho and consisted of some forty-five works, many which now hang in private collections. He is a member of the Palouse Watercolor Socius and the Idaho Watercolor Society



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