Riverside Studios invites you to First Friday with Aimee Had, High Fives Non-Profit Foundation | SierraSun.com

Riverside Studios invites you to First Friday with Aimee Had, High Fives Non-Profit Foundation

Courtesy Aimee HadTruckee painter Aimee Had is the featured artist at Riverside Studioand#8217;s First Friday art opening, Feb. 3, 4-8 p.m. Had is an oil painter driven by a love for animals and her fascination with the natural world, gaining her first genuine painting success one summer nine years ago, painting and surfing continually, while living in a tent with her dog on Ocracoke Island, N.C. This Fridayand#8217;s show pays homage to her dog BB, featuring him and his favorite landscapes, including Hobart Sheep Camp, shown here.

TRUCKEE,Calif. and#8212; Riverside Studios and the CR Johnson Healing Center present and#8220;Lion Heart Art Showand#8221; on Friday, Feb. 3, 4-8 p.m. Join an evening celebrating great art from area artists while enjoying beats from DJ One Truest at 10060 Donner Pass Road, Truckee.

Artists will display their artwork on 10 x 10 inch panels of wood. Each piece will be sold for $100 with proceeds going to the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation – CR Johnson Healing Center. Enjoy an evening of art, music, hors dand#8217;oeuvres and drinks while donating to an amazing cause! Painter Aimee Had, who throws down mad skills on canvas, will be the featured artist.

and#8220;Truckee is a great community for an event like this, and we at Riverside Studios are very excited to bring these artists together for a night of fun and philanthropy,and#8221; said Kahlil Johnson, owner of Riverside Studios, which is five women operating a hip and inspiring art gallery in the heart of downtown Truckee. Visit http://www.riversideartstudios.com.

About the CR Johnson Healing Center

On Aug. 10, 2011, the High Fives Non-Profit Foundation opened the CR Johnson Healing Center as a program service to commemorate the professional skier and beloved Truckee residentand#8217;s birthday. The Healing Center will provide High Fives highlighted athletes with a space in which they can continue to work toward their goals in a private, and#8220;no questions askedand#8221; facility. Visit http://www.highfivesfoundation.org.

and#8212; Submitted to aedgett@sierrasun.com

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