Wenatchee artist included in state-wide exhibit
BREMERTON — Collective Visions Gallery opens its state-wide juried art show Feb. 2-27, featuring 128 pieces by Washington artists. Wenatchee artist Guy C. Crilly’s “Mount Rainier Polar Panorama” photograph was selected among the pieces from nearly 800 submissions. A total of $6,000 in prizes and purchase awards are available to the accepted artists. For more information, visit collectivevisions.com.
Sara Wiseman, “Writing the Divine: How to Use Channeling for Soul Growth and Healing” Workshop 10 a.m. Jan. 23; Kristall’s Restaurant, 280 Highway 2; $33; Signing 3 p.m. Jan. 23; A Book for All Seasons, 703 Highway 2; free 548-1451
Psychic counselor Wiseman shares lessons from her debut book in the first session of A Book for All Seasons’ 2010 Writers’ Workshop series. At the workshop, learn how to do channeled writing, use a journal for spiritual growth and manifest in writing. Bring a journal to write in during the lesson. Lunch and a copy of Wiseman’s book are included in the class. Get your books signed afterwards at the bookstore.
“Connections,” exhibit Reception 5 p.m. Jan. 29; Icicle Arts Gallery, 347 Division St.; free; iciclearts.org 668-4663
Leavenworth artist Lori Aylesworth works in a variety of media, including oils, acrylics, pastels and watercolors. She received her degree in fine arts from Indiana University and has lived in the Upper Valley since the early 1980s. Her work has been displayed throughout the Pacific Northwest, including Leavenworth’s Village Art in the Park. Aylesworth’s latest exhibit, “Connections,” opens today and remains on display through March 1.