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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, July 10, 2013 11B ARTS and. E N TE RTA I N ME N T ndscape, arti t to be featured Landscapes, chickens and cattle are three of Jo Ann Hanna's favorite subjects to capture on canvas. She divides her time between her Walnut Creek home, where her chickens reside, and her Johnsville cabin. Her fondness for painting. cattle dates back to being raised in Montana, where until recently her family reunions were still centered around a cattle drive. When she was young, Hanna's father moved the family to the Bay Area. After a successful 50-year career in the women's fashion world, Hanna retired and turned her passions for fashion drawing into a talent for painting landscapes. Additionally, her love of all things outdoors has led her to maintain an active commitment to threatened California wild lands and their preservation. Having studied at the Gales Lawrence Studios in San Francisco, Hanna is well-versed in drawing and the use of color. Her first real foray into art came with furniture gilding in the tradition of Elizabeth O'Neil. In the early 1990s, Hanna began working in watercolor and painting en plein air. She studied with Bay Area artists Pam Glover and Van Waldron, and that work evolved into oil painting on canvas. In addition to landscapes and garden scenes, Hanna paints chickens, pastoral farm animals and flowers from her garden. Her favorite plein air landscapes are painted in California, Montana near her family home and in Italy. Hanna's paintings are in : @l ,at e b l dffbh"s th' ...... Monta ' and California. Her work is represented at these fine California galleries: Valley Arts Gallery in Walnut Creek, The Orinda gallery in Orinda and Red House Art Jo Ann Hanna's landscapes are often inspired by her childhood home in Montana. Photos courtesy Red House Art Gallery Cattle, along with chickens and garden scenes, top, are Jo Ann Hanna's favorite subjects for painting. Gallery in Graeagle. July. A reception will be invited to visit with Hanna Red House Art Gallery is held in her honor at theand view her new paintings. featuring new works by Jo gallery Saturday, July 13, For information, call Ann Hanna for the month of from 1 to 4 p.m. The public is 836-0104. leases er Looking for a good summer read? Local indic author Jody Flosi just released her first e-book. She welcomes those who like suspense novels to use the Look Inside feature to preview "Fatal Prophecy" on This first book in the Deceivers Series introduces Jonestown survivor and FBI agent Sophie Bayard, who unravels the mass suicide plan of a religious cultleader, Father Will. Trapped between the madness of a false prophet and the deadly threat of the FBI itself, she struggles to survive and save as many lives as she can, including that of Father Will's firstborn son. "Fatal Prophecy" showcases the insistent, self-destructive human impulse and the relentless battle to preserve the light of hope even in the darkest hour. "Fatal Prophecy" currently sells at the promotional rate of 99 cents to garner reviews, which drive sales on the Kindle e-book platform. Asked why she's publishing her novel as an e-book, Flosi said, "I'm going where my market is. E-books are the future. Five years ago, the conventional wisdom was that e-books would replace hardbound book sales. Instead, paperback books are taking the hit. Those readers are my market." Yearly statistics from the Association of American Publishers show that e-book" sales claimed 0.05 percent of f Re-Opening June 24th Now located at Chalet View Lodge 72056 Highway 70 publisher net revenues in formatting and other services 2002. The e-book share of the to local indic authors who revenues jumped to 1 percent would like to put their books in 2008, 17 percent in 2011 and up on the Kindle e-book 23 percent in 2012. platform. "There are a lot of Amazon.corn reported that indic authors in Plumas its Kindle e-book sales County. I'd like to see them surpassed Amazon's total all up on Kindle, bringing a hardcover sales in July 2010, steady stream of income into and surpassed total print in the local conomy," Flosi said. April 2011. In 2012, even the Those interested may email Encyclopedia Britannica threw her at, in the towel and switched to visit her author pageat online publishing only., and PricewaterhouseCoopers visit the author's Deceivers estimates that consumer Series blog at trade e-books will drive $8.2 The author is currently billion in sales by 2017, working on her next book in surpassing projected print the Deceivers Series, book sales. "Dancing with the Devil in Jody Flosi is offering the Church of Satan." men MY FOREST SINGING FRIENDS "If all the beasts were gone, would die from great lon.eliness of spirit .... " Chief Seattle, 1855 When in the first of morning's warming light, I hear the soft and cadenced coos of doves, I try to imitate with all my might Their peaceful, plaintive songs to all their loves. And when in twilight's cooling, playful breeze, I hear the trilling of the warbling bird, Whose soulful music wafts throughout the trees, I know to mimic him would be absurd. And then, again, the first of darkest night Brings out the owls with their hollow whos, And those, I've mimicked absolutely right, Because they never know whose who is whose. Graeagle, Ca _ _ _ How lonely we would be without our singing friends. Let's do our best to see their music never ends. 530 258 7728 " " Salvatore (Sam) Catalano Longarm Quilting - Wide Backing Fabric ~,'~:c~l.~ | May 20, 2013, 8"30 PM Custom Quilts, Tablerunners, Baby Quilts ~Q.,~) ~~ ~-~ .... ~~s ..and so much more is just 1 C Li C K AWAY Dramaworks to present several productions Dramaworks has several productions coming up this summer. July 18 through 21, the West End Theatre in Quincy will show two dramatic one-act plays written by local Quincy High School senior Daniel Haygood. The plays depict the effects of longtime feelings and emotions kept silent. All summer long Haygood and his lively cast and crew have been rehearsing. July 18, 19 and 20 the show starts at 7 p.m. and Sunday, July 21, it starts at 2 p.m. As part of his senior project, Haygood has written the plays and arranged for production, and he is also the director. With help from mentors Jeff Bryan and Edie O'Connor, he is learning a great deal, he says. The cast includes Tina Terrazas, Kim Carroll, David Riley, Brian Wood, Halen Dingel, James Oravetz and Theresa Crews. Tickets are $5 and available at Carey Candy Co., Epilog Books and the Alley Cat Cafe. Then in August dramaworks brings to Quincy the musical "Annie" written by Thomas Meehan. That bright little redhead with her whole cast of great characters will be in Quincy at.the West End Theatre to entertain the audience. Thursday - Saturday, starting Aug. 8 and running for two weeks, the shows will start at 7 p.m. Matinees on Sundays, Aug. 11 and 18, will start at 2 p.m. Tickets are available at Carey Candy Co., Epilog Books and Alley Cat Cafe. They can also be purchased online at An adult ticket is $15 and a child 10 and under is $10. The cast for "Annie" includes Lydia Morgan, Ross Morgan, Michelle Anderson, Jeff Bryan, K.C. Marr, Danielle Plocki, Earl Thompson, Chris Anderson, Nate Dunn, Luis Cunan, Bryan Plocki, Samantha Williams, Keri Tibbedeaux, Carolyn Carter, Emily Hardgraves, Michelle Pfingston, Eliza Hardee, David Villanueva, Kylie Anderson, Alison Hicks, CoraGrace Hardee, Breanna Tibbedeaux, Riley Gamberg, Shaelynn Schwartz, Whitney MacIntyre and Katiryne Tibbedeaux. Sandy the dog is being played by Dakot i Plocki. "Annie is being directed by Theresa Gallagher. Summer music series.set Friday nights in Portola are Emmer Band rolls onto the alive and hopping once again stage, playing just about as live music in the park anything the crowd has in mind. continues for the 14th To wind up the series, and straight year. This summer's to kick offRailroad Days, a lineup features some new band out of Quincy and returning favorites and some surrounds, Stratus, will new sounds thrown in. delight locals with its upbeat The free events run 7 - 10 tempos Aug. 16. p.m., at the City Park on Each evening will also South Gulling Street. Bring a feature a full bar and plenty lawn chair or blanket to sit on. of food for sale from local July 12 kicks off the restaurants and caterers. festivities with Rick Hammond "Come hungry, get ready for Blues Band out of Reno. some truly fun music nights, July 19 welcomes Blue Haven, and support your local returning as a crowd favorite. Community!" say organizers. On July 26, local rockers "Proceeds from the bar and Rock Bottom Band will any donations stay in the entertain the crowd, while fund for next year, so it's up to Aug. 2 is the night for fiesta, you to keep the merriment." featuring Cazadores de Music in the Park concert Nevada Mariachi Band and series is brought to Portpla plenty of food, pifiatas and courtesy of the city of Portola, fun for all. Plumas Arts and the James Aug. 9 highlights some of Irvine Foundation. the most talented musicians For more information, call in the region when the Buddy 832-4552. TOWN HALL THEATRE Presents Fri., June 12 - Mon., July 15 Rated PG- 13 116 Min. Crime/Thriller Now You See Me pits an elite FBI squad in a game of cat and mouse against "The Four Horsemen", a super-team of the world's greatest illusionists. "The Four Horsemen" pull off a series of daring heists against corrupt business leaders during their performances, showering the stolen profits on their audience while staying one step ahead of the law. Look closely, because the closer you think you are, the less you will actually see. The all-star cast includes Morgan Freeman, Jesse Eisenberg, Isla Fisher, Mark Ruffalo and Woody Harrelson. Fri., July 19 - Mon., July 22 Rated G 110 Min. Family Friendly/Animated Comedy Ever since college-bound Mike Wazowski (voice of Billy Crystal) was a little monster, he has dreamed of becoming a scarer and he knows better than anyone that the best scarers come t'rom Monsters University (MU). But during his first semester at MU, Mike's plans are derailed when he crosses paths with hotshot James P. Sullivan, a natural-born scarer. The pair's out-of-control competitive spirit gets them both kicked out of the University's elite Scare Program. To make matters worse, they realize they will have to work together, along with an odd bunch of misfit mon- sters, if they ever hope to get things fight. *TBC: Date to be confirmed Regular movie screenings are Monday through Sunday at 7pm with a 4pm Sunday matinee. Help keep Plumas County's only movie theatre bringing the newest films to your local screen by making sure to see a good movie often. 10WH IlIHALL. Visit us at