Well, it seems forever since I posted a new blog in this forum. In fact it has been almost exactly a month. But, that time has been artistically full and included travels far and wide, experiments with new artistic expression and photographing some pretty dramatic local events.
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Well, along with everyone else on the Icicle Arts Gallery mailing list, I received my invitation to the opening reception for Wenatchee artist Jim Huber’s String Theory: A New Lyrical Vision on display through August 19. The reception will be at the gallery (347 Division St., Leavenworth) on Friday July 27, from 5-7PM. All ages are invited and light refreshments will be served. In reading the invitation I was struck not only by the title of the show (more on that in a bit) but by Jim’s thoughts on his ...
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Well, it’s been a full week for art in the Valley. Friday last was of course was First Friday and having only time to get to one venue due to other commitments, I stopped in at Two Rivers Gallery where I had the pleasure of meeting friends and enjoying the art of Dean Rainey and the other artist showing there this month. It was well attended and our out of town guest a artist from Yakima loved the venue and art therein.