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“Valleys and Vineyards” Plein Air Washington Artists

A juried exhibition of selected paintings featuring plein air studies and studio pieces from Plein Air Washington Artists. November 4 – January 6, 2018 Opening Reception: November 4th, 2 – 5pm Closing Celebration: January 6th, 3 – 5pm Juror of Awards – Tim Deib

Lacey Reuter

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Harlem Renaissance

by Lacey Reuter February 1st – 28th, 2017 This exhibit is in honor and celebration of Black History Month. These are wonderfully vibrant mural sized paintings depicting the areas of visual art, literature, theater and music. A celebration of Black life in 1920s Harlem. [acn taxo

Melanie Thompson

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Great Northwest Artists

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Mary McInnis

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Plein Air Washington Artists Exhibit “From Meadows to Mountains”

Juror of Awards – Michael Situ November 7th, 2015 through January 9th, 2016 Opening Reception and Awards Presentation – November 7th, 2015, 2:00 – 5:00 PM Closing Reception January – 9th, 2016 3:00 – 5:00 PM [acn taxonomy=exhibit term=from-meadows-to-moun

Marshall Johnson

Marshall Johnson is an award winning Northwest artist. His paintings convey the energy of the Northwest. His distinctive style is reflected in vibrant colors using palette knife and brush work. A native of Bellingham, Washington, Johnson is a graduate of the University of Washington a

Marshall Johnson – Past and Present

September 12, 2015 through October 31, 2015. Artist Reception: Saturday September 19, 2015. Marshall Johnson is an award winning Northwest artist. His paintings convey the energy of the Northwest. His distinctive style is reflected in vibrant colors using palette knife and brush work.

Damon Brown

The ongoing challenge in my painting is to share the spirit of a place. It’s by the discovery of place that I find myself connected to our greater community. I feel bonded to others through our mutual bond to the land. The purpose of my art is to create, for others, and myself and ope