After a successful first few months of operation, Spaghetti Western Saloon in Morongo Valley is ready to roll out the Saloon Salon (salon: a hall for the exhibition of art).
Local artist, Timothy Hearsum’s large-scale photographs will be on display through April 16. There will be an Opening Reception on Sunday, February 12 from 4-6 pm, and viewing will be open to the public during regular restaurant hours (4-9 pm Thursdays-Sundays). Make sure to stay to check out the restaurant. You can count on impeccable customer service, excellent music and art, enjoy a meal made with organic ingredients, and get a taste of authentic Italian hospitality.
Timothy Hearsum has been a High Desert resident since 2015. His work is known internationally through numerous exhibits, public, private and corporate collections, and Getty Images. He has also won many grants and awards and has published several books.
He has traveled and photographed throughout the Southwest for more than thirty years. He says, “I achieve a sense of place and intimacy through repeated visits and long hours of observing each site. As different as these places are from one another, they have at least one thing in common – being there stimulated me both visually and intellectually. For me, recording a photographic image is the only appropriate response.”
After Hearsum’s show, Spaghetti Western’s Saloon Salon will continue with a series of exhibitions featuring artists of the high desert. Rotating group and solo shows will be curated to enhance the expansive walls in the Salon.
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