MASTER CHORALE: Dwight “Buzz” Holmes conducts the Idyllwild Master Chorale in its annual concert at the Idyllwild School gym over the past weekend. The Winter Solstice Celebration combined music and fine art, collaborating for the second year with the Art Alliance of Idyllwild.      Photo by Peter Szabadi
MASTER CHORALE: Dwight “Buzz” Holmes conducts the Idyllwild Master Chorale in its annual concert at the Idyllwild School gym over the past weekend. The Winter Solstice Celebration combined music and fine art, collaborating for the second year with the Art Alliance of Idyllwild. Photo by Peter Szabadi

 

An Idyllwild favorite, jazz singer Sherry Williams entertains at the Winter Solstice Celebration over the weekend. Photo by Peter Szabadi
An Idyllwild favorite, jazz singer Sherry Williams entertains at the Winter Solstice Celebration over the weekend.
Photo by Peter Szabadi

 

Idyllwild Master  Chorale performers. Photo by Peter Szabadi
Idyllwild Master
Chorale performers.
Photo by Peter Szabadi

 

The “gallery gang” who built the art gallery Thursday night for the Winter Solstice Celebration take a break from their work. Top row, from left, Eric Yandell, Scott Corbett, Dave Robb, Jim Nutter, Thom Wallace and J.B. Leep. Bottom row, from left, Dave Schaffer and Jim Dunn. Not shown is Les Walker. The Art Alliance of Idyllwild had 44 participating artists who submitted 115 pieces into this past weekend’s Winter Solstice Art Show with 23 pieces sold during the two-day show. Winners of the People’s Choice Award were Ron Singerton (“Night Flight”) and Lissa Evans (“Through the Window)”.   Photo courtesy AAI
The “gallery gang” who built the art gallery Thursday night for the Winter Solstice Celebration take a break from their work. Top row, from left, Eric Yandell, Scott Corbett, Dave Robb, Jim Nutter, Thom Wallace and J.B. Leep. Bottom row, from left, Dave Schaffer and Jim Dunn. Not shown is Les Walker. The Art Alliance of Idyllwild had 44 participating artists who submitted 115 pieces into this past weekend’s Winter Solstice Art Show with 23 pieces sold during the two-day show. Winners of the People’s Choice Award were Ron Singerton (“Night Flight”) and Lissa Evans (“Through the Window)”.
Photo courtesy AAI

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