Enjoy the Max Bonick Trio as you learn more about the 2015 edition of Arts in April! Max Bonick has been performing in the Bay Area for over 10 years. Bonick regularly performs locally at such venues as, Auberge du Soleil, Charles Krug, the Lincoln Theatre, the Napa Valley Opera House, Silo's, the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, among other venues. While his primary instrument is the piano, he will also often perform on flute, mandolin, melodica, and occasionally marimba.
Watch Penelope as she paints live! Penelope's paintings and photography are a reflection of her passion for food, wine and joie de vivre. They are contemporary in style with an emphasis on color, mood and light. A gourmet at heart, Penelope is immersed in an epicurean culture and influenced by her connectedness with the world of wine. Penelope's culinary compositions offer intimate insight into a food and wine lifestyle.
Experience St. Helena-based artist Robb McDonough's photography up close and personal. Using both black & white and color medium and small format film, McDonough's The Napa County Project is a series of photographs and stories of the County of Napa. Robb will have his polaroid camera on hand to take pictures of party goers as a reminder that capturing moments on film is a practice that is still alive and well!
Arts in April Singing Tree
Join Artists Carol Lorraine and Laurie Marshall and be part of a collaborative art
experience to make the Arts in April Singing Tree. Add your vision for the arts in Napa Valley symbolized by decorating a leaf or a bird that will live on a beautiful California Oak tree that Carol and Laurie will pre-paint. The Singing Tree project is an international community endeavor. Since 1999, 36 murals have been made with over 15,000 people from 50 countries. This Singing Tree will be a visual expression of our community's vision for the arts in the Napa Valley.
Carol Lorraine's work will be on view at the ENGAGE Art Fair in Calistoga, April 25th and 26th.