Join us tonight for Third Friday! Every Third Friday it is our tradition to provide a joyful evening at the winery featuring a local live musician, a local food artisan, and the work of a local artist exhibited at the winery. This is a night to celebrate the Northwest authentically with your friends. Join us!
Music by David Rogers
"Recently termed, ‘a prominent guitarist,’ by the New York Times, David Rogers Fuses classical, jazz, early, and world music elements into powerful, moving and virtuosic performances based on both original and traditional repertoire.
The Washington Post has praised his ‘astonishingly florid’ improvisations. He has been called a 'modern master’ of the classical guitar' by 20th Century Guitar. Classics today.com has praised his ‘first rate instrumental artistry,’ and the Lute Society of America Quarterly has called his technique ‘formidable.’" David Rogers
Food by Class Cooking
Individual Vegetarian Lasagna, with chunky vegetable sauce $12
Chicken Breasts stuffed with Spinach, cheese and sundried tomatoes, served with a mushroom white wine sauce $14
Spinach salad with bacon and hardboiled egg, and a tomato dressing $7
Cheese, Salami and cracker board with marcona almonds $7
Art by Clement Lee
We have Clement Lee's art up in the winery all month and are honored to have him as our local guest artist.
"Clement Lee, an expressive abstract painter, born in China, grew up in Hong Kong, lived in Brazil and finally settled down in the United States.
His style of painting reflects his unique background with energetic, gestural brushstrokes of Chinese calligraphy, the warm colors of Brazil and the looseness and boldness of the American Abstract Expressionism.
After a successful career in engineering and marketing, Clement returned to his love of art in 2006 and immersed himself in art studies at Portland State University and PNCA. His diverse interest in modern art contributes to his varied style, ranging from abstract to realism, from painting to drawing to collage. His painting style is influenced primarily by the bold, gestural style of Chinese calligraphy and abstract expressionism and the realism of the Bay Area Figurative Movement.
He and his wife now live in Pacific Northwest, in the beautiful city of Portland, Oregon." Clement Lee