An Art Gallery & Education Center
FREE ART CLASS:
PLEIN AIR ARTIST
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 2021. That's this week!!
Hilary Stein, local artist, will be teaching a class at the Creamery at 4 pm on plain air painting. You must pre-register because all materials are supplied. Call Rich at 872-4848 to register. We have 9 spaces left. as of Tuesday morning. Hilary's bio can be found at hilarysteinart.com/about-1. An example of her art is to the left.
We want to stress that no experience is required. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce North Fork folks to art in a way that is user friendly and informative.
WESTERN AND AG ART SHOW
We are excited to host the "Western Themed Art Show" for the month of September. We have so many talented artists in our community. The show is up and will be showing through September. Art to the left, Susan Humphries.
ICE CREAM The Third Bowl Ice Cream has been a really big hit and it is just so nice to have local, handmade, natural ice cream that doesn't have any additives, preservatives, and uses local milk, eggs, etc.
OPEN MIKE happens every Wednesday night at 6 pm.
FARMERS MARKET happens every Saturday from 10 am to 1 pm. Often there is live music. Come on down!
Take a video tour
of the Gallery
After a decade of serving the art community in Delta County, the Creamery Arts Center underwent a restructuring. The vision of a community space for education and the arts began in 2006 when a formerly vacant and run down building was extensively remodeled into a world-class art gallery and education center by Linda Tullis. The Creamery, which has since become a centerpiece of downtown Hotchkiss, as well as an attraction to visitors from outside the area, has strengthened art appreciation and provided low cost art classes to area youth and gallery space for over 60 local artists and authors to sell their work.