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Wenaha Gallery
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Wenaha Gallery is a National Award Winning Art Gallery located in Dayton, Washington
Address219 E Main St Dayton, WA 99328-1352
Phone(509) 382-2124
Due to the nature of artwork and the possibility of clerical errors, our prices cannot be guaranteed as marked. However, if there is a clerical error on our part, we will be glad to assist you in either adjusting the amount or issuing you a full refund. If you have any questions or concerns regarding artwork that you are interested in purchasing, please feel free to contact us.

The drawing will be on Monday, October 25, 2010

You do not need to be present to win

One entry per day – enter only for yourself

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Unique hand-made jewelry by Andrea Lyman

Porcelains signed by Bev Doolittle, James Christensen, Will Bullas and others

Original art, pottery, wood, glass, and more

Fine art limited edition prints and canvases

The Wenaha elves are waiting to deliver your wish list to your Santa.

Fill out your wish list by December 11 and receive a free ornament from us!

Welcome to Wenaha Gallery Online

Wenaha Gallery Welcomes Andrea Lyman

Friday, November 26, 2010, 4-7 pm

Unique hand-crafted jewelry, scented sachets,
and note cards will be available.

Andrea Lyman says, “I have always loved creating beautiful things. I made jewelry for years for my friends and myself and eventually people persuaded me to start selling it. Each piece is a one-of-a-kind creation. I love collecting beautiful beads wherever I go on my many travels. Most interesting to me are unusual, rare, vintage or handmade beads, or vintage buttons and other trinkets.

I love to play with the colors, shapes and textures of the materials until a piece begins to create itself, guiding my hands, thoughts and visions. I also enjoy making beautiful art jewelry specifically for an individual and often do personal commissions. My jewelry is wearable art and truly unique! I hope they inspire a sense of wonder and awe, just as they do me!”

Andreas creativity has expanded out into other areas, as well. She also makes hand-made art cards, sachets filled with several different botanicals, decorator pillows and large bags made from new and vintage textiles and trims.

Andrea is also a member of the Northwest Sacred Music Chorale and its smaller select ensemble. She teaches music at the Sandpoint Waldorf School and has about 15 private music students. Andrea composes and arranges music and performs around the north Idaho area for various events. Andrea has lived in Sandpoint since 1987 and is an active member in both the local Arts Alliance and Pend Oreille Arts Council, showing her jewelry in their seasonal art shows throughout the year.

Wildlife artist, Ralph Tretheway, featured at Wenaha Gallery

Ralph Trethewey began sculpting at age ten, encouraged by a father and grandfather who carved. His first efforts were delightful sculptures of birds and animals he enjoyed seeing in the mountains of Utah. Seeing this gift as God given, he gained added satisfaction by giving away most of these early works.

While attending the University of Utah in 1972, he took two sculpture courses from Angelo Caravaglia. Angelo’s affirmation prompted him to refine and develop this art form. Working independently he has developed techniques and styles of sculpture that have been a livelihood for over 30 years.

He has enjoyed a freedom to produce fine art with a balance of sustaining commissions and pursuit of experimental ideas. His works are in select galleries and private collections including those of Hank Williams Jr., former governor of Oregon Barbara Roberts, and “Ripley’s Believe it or Not!”

Ralph has received numerous awards including “People’s Choice” and “Best of Show.” Commissions have included realistic birds for museums, among them Hawaii’s Volcano’s National Park Visitor Center and Kiluea Point National Wildlife Refuge on the island of Kauai.

Paper That Talks Two Ways, The Treaty Signing
- by Howard Terpning
Personal Commission- Edition size will be set by the number of orders taken by December 3, 2010

Limited Edition Museum Canvas (65"w x 54"h) Sold out at publisher

Limited Edition Masterwork Canvas (40"w x 33"h)

- by Bev Doolittle
First time ever in print. Original done in 1977. Printed on textured paper w/deckled edges. Portrays the storytelling that Bev Doolittle is known for.

Limited Edition Giclee Print (35"w x 6"h)

Spirit Takes Flight w/remarque and book

Limited Edition Print- Sold Out at Publisher


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