PHOTOS: This Week in Idyllwild: December 8, 2016

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Joe Stockbower’s limited edition sculpture “On the Wings of Eagles” was presented to representatives of Idyllwild American Legion Post 800 by the Reverend Dr. Betty Jandl (seated) at the Spiritual Living Center on Sunday, Dec. 4. Also present were (standing from left): the Rev. Helen Henderson, the Rev. Patty Spicer, Post Commander Danny Richardson, Steve Espinoza and Cid Castillo. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Presenting the Art Alliance of Idyllwild’s final donation of 2016 to Idyllwild Arts Academy are President Shana Robb (left) and AAI Board Member Zack Steinhaus. Accepting the $2,500 check for the school is President Pam Jordan. The donation is for two scholarships, including one for the IA Summer Program. During 2016, AAI distributed more than $20,000 to Idyllwild art-specific programs and scholarships. Six community organizations were recipients of the AAI largess —Idyllwild smARTS Program, Idyllwild HELP Center, Associates of Idyllwild Arts Foundation, Musica, Idyllwild Elementary Music Program and IAA. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

 

Presenting the Art Alliance of Idyllwild’s final donation of 2016 to Idyllwild Arts Academy are President Shana Robb (left) and AAI Board Member Zack Steinhaus. Accepting the $2,500 check for the school is President Pam Jordan. The donation is for two scholarships, including one for the IA Summer Program. During 2016, AAI distributed more than $20,000 to Idyllwild art-specific programs and scholarships. Six community organizations were recipients of the AAI largess —Idyllwild smARTS Program, Idyllwild HELP Center, Associates of Idyllwild Arts Foundation, Musica, Idyllwild Elementary Music Program and IAA. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

 

On Thursday, Dec. 1, students at Idyllwild Arts performed a Vocal Jazz Concert. Singing with the microphone is Gabriella Hernandez Gonzalez. Photo by Peter Szabadi

 

The lobby of the Lowman Concert Hall was the setting of the Idyllwild Arts Interarts and Fashion Design Department’s 2016 Winter Fashion Show. Last Saturday, Dec. 3, 20 designers showcased their conceptions, bringing substance to the mission of changing lives through the transformative power of art in the cool winter weather. Photo by Tom Kluzak

 

Xiaoxue (Snowy) Zhang was the winner in the Idyllwild Arts Academy Student Theme Show for work entitled “No Comment.” Photo by Peter Szabadi

 

The Stratford Players and cast of “Cheers! A Warm and Humorous Look at Christmas” take a bow after entertaining the audience in a rendition of “Wassail.” The players closed their show at the Christian Science Church last weekend. Photo by John Drake

 

On Friday, Dec. 2, Idyllwild Arts held a Student Theme Show Opening reception. Here is student Wooyoungh (Garfield) Jung standing by her painting in jest of the North Korean Dictator Kim Jung Un. Photo by Peter Szabadi

 

At Ferro Sunday were three creative musicians: Craig Yancy on saxophone, Doug McDonald on guitar and local favorite Bill Saitta on bass. They were invited to substitute for Julia Vari, who had a medical emergency. Photo by Alan Belanger

 

On the newly opened trail to the Pacific Crest Trail in Garner Valley, an abandoned water tank is visible. This tank once provided water to Timothy Leary’s enclave in the 1960s. Over time, the weathering of the tank’s surface has transformed it into a modern abstract painting. Photo by Peter Szabadi

 

Waves of cloud cover obscure the rising sun Monday morning. This was the scene near Doubleview Drive. Photo by Peter Szabadi

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