August Arts Alive exhibits in honor of Ingrid Nickelson – Redheaded Blackbelt


Joan of gold

William Thonson & Anderson Gallery

Ingrid Nickelsen Trust Juried Exhibition: Celebrating 15 years of Ingrid Nickelsen’s legacy

Until September 18e

This exhibition, the first all-female juried exhibition at the Morris Graves Museum of Art, honors Ingrid Nickelsen and the legacy she created for women artists in Humboldt County. See works by Humboldt County female artists selected by juror Joan Gold. The Trust will award six thousand dollars in prizes to artists participating in the Jury Show at a pre-Arts Alive awards ceremony on Saturday, August 6 at 5:30 p.m.

Gallery of Knights

painting of an exposed riverside with green grass and trees on the flat above the riverbed

Ingrid Nickelsen POISON IVY BLUE

Use this map to help you explore: the landscapes of Ingrid Nickelsen

Until September 18e

Explore Ingrid Nickelsen’s vibrant landscapes on loan from private collections. Combined with selected sculptures and pottery, this exhibition highlights the influence of the local environment on Ingrid Nickelsen’s work and how she transferred this beauty onto canvases saturated with color to portray the power of nature.

Floyd Bettiga Gallery

Ingrid Nickelsen’s hiking drawings

Until September 18e

a picture of lush greenery around a small river, artist with easel and canvas near the bank

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Discover intimate and powerful sketches and drawings created during Ingrid Nickelsens’ explorations of the local wilderness, combined with excerpts from her writings on art and nature.

MShop of the useum/Gallery of the permanent collection

Visit the museum shop for a selection of gifts and merchandise inspired by works of art exhibited by Morris Graves, Glenn Berry, Melvin Schuler and Romano Gabriel. The museum shop offers a wide selection of posters, contemporary art books, maps, exhibition catalogs, children’s books, notepads, tote bags, jewellery, glasses wine and coffee cups. Humboldt Arts Council members receive a 10% discount on all merchandise in the store.

Homer Balabanis Gallery/Humboldt Artist Gallery

Venture into the Humboldt Artist Gallery at the Morris Graves Museum of Art, the perfect place to find that one-of-a-kind gift. The gallery features many outstanding Humboldt County artists currently working in our area. Conceived as an artists’ cooperative, the gallery features local artists working in a variety of media ranging from figurative and abstract paintings, prints, jewelry, photography and ceramics.

The Morris Graves Museum of Art, located at 636 F Street, Eureka is open to the public from noon to 5 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. Admission is $5 for adults; $2 for seniors (65+), military veterans, and students with ID; free for children 17 and under; Families with an EBT card and valid ID have free entry through the Museums for all initiative, Museum members are free. Admission is always free for everyone on the first Saturday of every month, including First Saturday Night Arts Alive!, 6-9pm

To ensure the safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors, we recommend that guests continue to wear masks inside the Morris Graves Museum of Art.


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