Local art shown in Tahoe

The Valhalla Grand Hall will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., July 24-28, with two local artists showing their paintings. The Grand Hall is on Highway 89 in the Tallac Historic Site about 3 miles north of the "Y" in South Lake Tahoe (just past Camp Richardson).

Nancy Clarke, from Minden, will show her original oil landscapes of the Lake Tahoe area, Carson and Hope valleys and the Eastern Sierra. Clarke is a member of the Carson Valley Artists Association, the Nevada Artists Association and the Women Artists of the West.

Dee Manning, from Moraga, Calif., and South Lake Tahoe, will show her original watercolors of Yosemite, the Eastern Sierra and Lake Tahoe. Manning was a member of CVAA when she lived in Walker, Calif. Manning is currently a member of the California Watercolor Association and the La Morinda Art Association.

Clarke and Manning have shown their paintings at Tallac, in the Grand Hall or Pope Twin Cabins, for the last six years. Attendees can see the art and the Grand Hall.

For more information on the show, call (530) 544-1310 or 782-8035.


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