Join us for a festive evening of celebration! We’re excited to share our newest art show by local artist and illustrator, Sue Clancy; all pieces are for sale through the end of the month. We’re also featuring live music with Avi Haviv in the house! This is Avi’s second time playing at the winery, and we’re excited he’s back! For wine service this evening, we’re offering glass pours, open bottle purchases, growler fills and half carafes. Our dinner menu is prepared by Chef Emilee Mahan of Class Cooking School, stay tuned for the menu!
Celebrate Friday with us! Cheers!
Live Music by: Avi Haviv
Consider veteran musician Avi Haviv a citizen of the world. Throughout his childhood in Jaffa, Avi studied classical guitar with an Israeli Master who trained under Segovia. In his early 20’s he was accepted to study jazz at the famed Guitar Institute in Los Angeles, learning from greats including Joe Pass and Larry Carlton. He has earned his living playing funk and R & B in London, classic rock in Australia, and pop in Asia. Combine all his musical influences, toss in rich vocals, add a pinch of magnetic worldly flair, and the result is an electrifying, masterful artist.
Avi sings and plays guitar across a wide variety of genres including jazz, classical, R&B, classic rock, folk and pop. His original compositions as a singer songwriter fit in to the Americana vein while his acoustic guitar instrumentals are primarily a mix of his jazz, classical, and Flamenco training. He currently resides in the Pacific Northwest of America where he plays his own music and covers with a distinctive edge at venues and functions in and around Portland.
Check out Avi’s website here for more information: www.avimuzo.com
New Art by: Sue Clancy, fine art, illustrator
Sue Clancy’s lighthearted story-book style has decorated the walls in universities, hospitals and other public settings. Her work has illustrated books and literary magazines. Her artist books have been included in public and private library, museum and historical center special collections.
To create her visual stories and concepts she works with handmade paper, using a variety of techniques to carefully design visual stories that reflect both her inner world and her encounters with the external world. Sue’s inspired by daily life: food, drink, literature, science, culture, pets and people. Imaginative word play is her glue. Upon receiving her BFA in Art from The University of Oklahoma, she embarked on a lifelong educational program of reading, traveling, listening to people and passing what she experiences through her imagination. She enjoys helping other people and places tell their stories visually.
Sue Clancy is a fine artist represented in the Pacific Northwest by Caplan Art Designs. Her art has been in exhibits and featured in public and private collections around the world. Most recently her work was included in the Bainbridge Island Art Museum’s permanent collection. She is carefully supervised in her studio by a long-haired dachshund and an orange and white tabby cat who make sure that lunch breaks regularly occur."
You can see more about her life and work at www.sueclancy.com
Food by: Class Cooking, Chef Emilee Mahan
Dinner theme: stay tuned!
To learn more please visit the website: www.class-cooking.com