"Falling Leaves" art exhibit runs through Sunday October 27th

October 3, 2019

We are open today 12-4 and Jessica will be welcoming guests and visitors during those hours. Our current exhibit is "Falling Leaves." Here is more info: 😊 SKAMOKAWA, WA - Friends of Skamokawa’s current show is a group exhibition of new works featuring artists from throughout the region.“Falling Leaves” runs through Sunday, October 27th. Ten artists are featured in this show. MItzi Chritensen, Noreen Fitts, George Borg, Ruth Doumit, Beth Bailey, Carol Bodreau, Adrienne Noseda Stacey, Desiree East Craven, Nancy Knowles, and Judy VanderMaten. From vibrant photographic story book art to stark realism with overstated color and values, an intricate peyote beaded necklace featuring 4,000 beads in autumn colors, ceramics created from earth, air, fire, and water, graceful use of watercolor, and watercolor and ink mediums, and much more. The varied styles presented here create a unique and rare presentation of autumn colors and inspiration. On display in Skamokawa’s beautiful River Life Interpretive Center/Central School/Redmen Hall: 1394 State Route 4 (across from the post office and general store) in Skamokawa. Visit us at: 1394 W.State Route 4, Skamokawa, WA 98647
Find us online: www.friendsofskamokawa.org
Email: fos1894@gmail.com
Or call: (360) 795-3007
Attached are a few photos of the work featured in this exhibit

 

 

 

 

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