RUSSELL — The next exhibition at the Deines Cultural Center opens from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 11. Eric Scriven from La Crosse was born into a creative and artistic family of the Chumash Indian tribe in Hawthorne, Calif. A carpenter by trade, Scriven adapted his use of carpentry tools to create art after moving to New Mexico and being inspired by Southwestern furniture design.
Scriven now creates fantastical three dimensional images by channeling his carpentry skills. His wood relief artwork will be on display at the Deines Cultural Center from Jan. 11 through Feb. 15.
The Deines Cultural Center is located at 820 North Main Street in Russell. There is no charge for admission and everyone is welcome. Call 785-483-3742 for further information.