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Art Trek for March 13th, 2023

This week Michelle and I stopped at five galleries, this was more than we intended, but we were having so much fun we got carried away.

We invite you to join us for Art Trek for March 13th.

~Story and Photos by Dana Nöllsch~

Stremmel Gallery

Our first stop was the Stremmel Gallery, where there is an exhibit by Charles Muench entitled 395…and Beyond.

Muench’s painting depicts iconic scenes many have seen as they drive through Nevada along Highway 395. As I took in his masterful work, there were many times that I said, “I know where that is,” or “I have been there.”

Do go check out Muench’s painting and see if you recognize any of the locations.

This month the Stremmel Gallery also has work from Charles Muench, Roger Berry, Martin Webb, Linda Christensen, Charles Arnoldi, and Bill Braun. There is a varity of art to enjoy at the Stremmel Gallery.

 Charles Muench’s new paintings will be on view until April 8, 2023, at the Stremmel Gallery 

Here are some photos to give you a taste of Muench’s work and the other artists on display.

Nevada Fine Arts

Nevada Fine Arts’ NFA Gallery’s current show is The Women’s Show and will be on display through March 25th, 2023.

Michelle and I certainly enjoyed the work of these talented women. Their work is diverse and passionate, radiating feminine energy. Look at the photos, and I am sure you will agree.

Here is a link to Nevada Fine Art’s website:

Sierra Arts Foundation

Digitally Deciphered/Physically Ephemeral Exhibition is on tap at the Sierra Arts Foundation (Downtown Riverside Gallery). 

Our next stop was to see an exhibition by Birdy McCray, David Delfin, and Luke Rizzotto that will be on display through April 3rd, 2023, with the reception on Saturday, March 18th, from 12 to 4 pm. 

The Downtown Riverside Gallery has an Annex with a separate exhibition, and this month, it is “Toids of B’na” by Kevin Facemyre. This exhibit is the story of a failed civilization told through the eyes of a scientific expedition.

Here is a link to the Sierra Arts Foundation’s website:

Check these two galleries out. Here are a few photos of their current exhibitions.

Savage Mystic Gallery

At The Savage Mystic Gallery, there is “The Return of Erik Holland.”

Erik Holland is a long-time Reno Artist who has been Living outside of Reno but is in the process of returning to the city he loves. Holland is a Plein-Air Landscape Artist and Muralist whose paintings show his love of Northern Nevada.

“The Return of Erik Holland” will be on display through March, with a reception on March 24 from 6 PM to 9 PM. Here is a link to the Savage Mystic Gallery’s website:

Here are some photos of “The Return of Erik Holland.”

The Depot Gallery

Our last stop was The Depot Gallery in Sparks, where we enjoyed the “Tahoe/Pyramid Exhibition.” 

In “Tahoe/Pyramid Exhibition.” you will find some interesting takes on Lake Tahoe, Pyramid Lake, and a few things in between. As always, it is worth coming all the way out to Sparks to enjoy the shows at The Depot Gallery.

Here is a link to an interview I did with Holland in 2018:

The “Tahoe/Pyramid Exhibition” will be on display through March 26th, with a reception on Saturday, March 18th 1 to 4 pm.

Here is a link to find out more about the show:

Here are some photos to give you a taste of the “Tahoe/Pyramid Exhibition.” 

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