The Creamery celebrates our Artist Receptions on the second Friday of the month, with great art, fine food and local wines and brews. Most openings we also demonstrate raku firings, and often have pieces for the public to glaze and fire.
Winter Hours Monday – Saturday 11am-5pm
The public is invited to an opening reception featuring clay & mixed media works by Shannon Castle and Christine O’Dea, titled “Nourish” at the Creamery Arts Center in Hotchkiss the evening of Friday April 12th from 6 to 8 pm. The exhibit runs through May 6th.
Also during the opening reception, local author David Rasmussen will be signing his books featuring his newest ~Legend of the Wyakin. It’s 1865 in the Montana wilderness. Cholera ravages a riverboat bound for Fort Benton and the goldfields beyond, forcing the boat and its disgruntled passengers ashore in the rugged Missouri River Breaks region. Tragedy ensues, leaving a young Jewish immigrant, Cortez Modrables, alone, truly a stranger in a strange land. Will his encounter with an ancient silver-tip grizzly prove Cortez’s undoing? Will his budding friendship with a lone Nez Perce lad prove a boon ~ or a curse? Legend of the Wyakin, the first volume in a sweeping three-book saga by master Western storyteller David Rasmussen, is a classic tale of adventure that readers young and old are sure to enjoy.
Winner of the Book Readers Association of America’s Best Western Novel of 2002, Cedaredge based Rasmussen brings a strong sense of place to his rousing historical fiction, much of it set on the sprawling prairies and amid the towering peaks of his home state of Montana.
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