Bay Area Artist's "Sketchbook Images of Whiskeytown" is Coming to the Whiskeytown Visitor Center
Contact: Sheila Edridge, (530) 396-2353
Bay Area artist Jan Wurm will display
images from her “Whiskeytown Sketchbook” at an upcoming exhibition at the
artwork is affectionate and warm. Within
her “Whiskeytown Sketchbook” you will see her love of nature and her love of
people. She is masterful in the way she
approaches each new subject or topic; this mastery enables her to be prolific
while still infusing a strong artistic connectedness to each piece. Jan Wurm’s “Whiskeytown Sketchbook” will be
on display at the
In addition to the “Whiskeytown Sketchbook,” three North State authors will be available to discuss their books: Max Walter who wrote Northstate Single Track, a book often referred to as the mountain biker’s Bible; Peter Edridge, author of Burning Bears Fall From the Sky, a newly released and humorous book about the trials and tribulation of an urbanite’s relocation from a desk in the Bay Area to a remote mountainside in Shasta County; and Al Rocca who will be available to discuss his several books on the North State and will provide a preview of the book he is currently working on, which discusses the building of Whiskeytown Dam and the creation of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area.
Did You Know?
Shasta Bally is the highest point in Whiskeytown at 6199 feet. Snow can usually still be seen through June.