Carulli Art combines with Carulli Medicine this Saturday, March 1 with the grand opening event for Carulli Medical Clinic and Nick Carulli’s Visual Expressions Gallery. The gallery and clinic will host an open house from 7 to 10 p.m. for area residents.

As the newest entry to rapidly growing 192nd Avenue, Nick Carulli will welcome visitors to take a peek at the new facility.
Dubbed the “Doctor to the Stars” for his work as set physician for programs such as Grimm and Leverage, Dr. Nick Carulli has garnered a reputation for being an innovative, caring physician. In the past year, Dr. Carulli changed his practice, weary of the devolution of health care. In direct contrast to most clinics, he actually limits the number of patients he sees to ensure he is able to provide the time and care they deserve.
Dr. Nick Carulli explains, “With this move, I get to continue building close relationships with my patients. We get to spend quality time together, which is the key to helping them identify and achieve their personal wellness goals and enjoy a healthy, active life.”

Employing advanced diagnostics and a comprehensive wellness exam, Dr. Carulli is able to detect health issues long before symptoms arrive, potentially improving treatment options. Daniela Carulli, a Certified Health Coach, adds to the move with a personalized, holistic wellness plan and physician-directed weight loss program.

 Already known for his work as a clinician, Dr. Carulli is launching his first art gallery. Nick Carulli’s Visual Expressions Gallery, adjacent to the clinic, is a showcase for local and visiting artists to share and sell their work as well as host events. Quickly winning notoriety for its unique metallic walls-  allowing for displays to change easily and regularly-  the gallery is already receiving requests from artists around the country.
 
Accessibility remains the key for Nick, creating a fun, comfortable space to simply enjoy art. The offerings in the gallery lend themselves exceptionally well for residential and commercial interior design projects. The gallery is open to the public and serves as wonderful distraction for patients visiting the clinic or for visitors at 192nd Station.
 
The Grand Opening Gala will offer Jazz from The Michael Kissinger Trio, wine from local wineries, and light bites from Applewood Catering. Local Authors, fellow artists, and business leaders from around the area will be in attendance. With Dr. Nick, you never know who might show up.
Carulli Medical Clinic and Visual Expressions Gallery is located in 192ndStation at 2115 SE 192ndAvenue Suite 110 in Camas, WA.
 
If you are interested in learning more about Carulli Medical or personalized healthcare, call 360-210-7166. To learn more about Nick Carulli’s Visual Expressions Gallery, call 360-210-7393. For media inquiries, please contact Seth Sjostrom 360-771-1758.
Visit http://www.nickcarulli.com to see more images.

 

Northwest Artists is the focus of the Ballard and Call Gallery in Camas, WA.  Gallery owners, Sharon Ballard and Marquita Call are honored to be a part of this thriving and growing community.

Marilyn Farrell Webberley will be the April featured artist at the Gallery.  The exhibit of her work will commence with the” First Friday” festivities April 5th and continue through the month. Marilyn resides in Seattle but ties to her hometown of Camas are still strong as is the impact of her Farrell family on the history of Camas.

Marilyn earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Washington where she studied both commercial and fine art. She later studied oil painting in the Russian Impressionist tradition with Wm F. Reese and three proteges of Sergei Bongart: Lois McFarland, Ron Lukas and Sunny Apinchapong-Yang.

A published author, illustrator, graphic designer and award winning fine art painter, her work has appeared in a variety of venues ranging from Metro bus banners, storefronts, and the theater stage, to museums and galleries, and has been juried into regional, national, and international exhibitions.

Her paintings are held in corporate collections in the United States and private collections in the US, Bahamas, UK, Europe, Middle East and Asia.

In Marilyn’s words: “I paint moments I enjoy from personal experience. My subjects can be almost anything, since my interest is capturing patterns of light, shadow and color. It pleases me when the viewer experiences some of the delight that caught my attention – the reason for creating the piece.”

Ballard & Call is located at 408 NE 4th Avenue, Camas, WA 98607. Phone is 360-817-2415;  email:  [email protected] or visit www.ballardandcall.com

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Tulips did it!

Santa Cruz watercolor artist Nancy Riedell was the winner of Daniel Smith’s Artists’ Materials October Monthly Voting Gallery. Her winning entry is “Tulips in New York City”.

She is thrilled about the win and looks forward to entering her work in more competitions.

“I’m so pleased that Tulips did so well,” said Reidell. “I loved doing that painting.”

Nancy Riedell, an internationally recognized, award winning, and Open Studios artist originally from Santa Cruz County, California, now living in Portland, Oregon, graduated from San Francisco State University where she studied Fine Arts. Classes included figure drawing, color values, acrylics, oils, and art history.

Nancy’s love of art goes back to childhood as her family encouraged her to develop her art skills by giving her art materials and art books so that she could develop her technique.

Nancy’s current medium is watercolor. The bold use of colors and interesting landscapes has played a strong role in Nancy’s unique paintings. She feels that although she has been working with art since childhood, it is only within the last few years that she has felt the calling to go back into her art. Her work reflects her passion well by using strong, saturated color and theme.

Nancy likes to take advantage of every opportunity and is known to carry her digital camera with her to photograph subjects for future paintings. She has captured beautiful sunrises in Monterey County, unique beach scenes in Santa Cruz County, unusual rock formations in New Mexico, covered bridges in Pennsylvania, and incredible Oregon scenes. She’s also done recent work with painting popular Portland destinations.

Nancy is an active member of the Watercolor Society of Oregon, and a member of the Northwest Watercolor Society and the California Watercolor Society.

To see more of Nancy’s exquisite artwork, go to www.nancyriedellfinearts.com

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