In the News

This page is to let visitors know about members who are in shows and /or win awards etc.

2017 News

 

 

Congratulations!!

Anne Grasteit received the 2017 OPAA Members Show Peoples Choice Award for her painting called “Moment in Time”.

 

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Congratulations!!

Join Beverly Beighle, October 1, 1:00-3:00 for a reception at the Fifth Avenue for her show, “Torn Between Two Art Forms”.

Show runs through October.  Address: The Gallery at the Fifth Avenue, 500 W. Hendrickson road, Sequim, Washington.

 

 

Geisha Dream

 

 

 

Congratulations again to Melanie Salazar!  Her pen and ink, titled “Geisha Dream” was juried in to the exhibit “Asian Flair”at the Sequim Civic Center. . The opening reception will be July 7th and the show continues through Sept. 30th.

 

 

 

 

Congratulations Melanie Salazar acrylic painting SYMBIOSIS was juried in at the Schack Art Center for their Art of the Garden exhibit. Located at 2921 Hoyt Avenue, Everett, WA, the opening reception will be June 15th from 5-8 pm and run through September 2nd..
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Vacancy

Step Carefully

Blue Whole artist Priscilla Patterson, a member of the American Society of Aviation Artists (ASAA), has been honored with the acceptance of her work in the ASAA 2017 International Aerospace Art Exhibition at the Virginia Air & Space Center, Hampton VA. Patterson was one of twenty-five artists from around the world whose work was selected from over 90 entries. The display opens 22 May and runs through 3 September.

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  Natalie Brown’s copper goldfish has won 1st place in the Sculpture category at an international art show that opened in Minneapolis, Minn on April 27th.

The Courage Kenny fine art show and sale is now entering its 53rd year and runs April 28 – May 19, 2017.  The 250 pieces of art currently on display will help to bring awareness to the programs of the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute – programs that help people with a wide-range of disabilities achieve health, wellness and independence.

Sequim artist Natalie Brown’s copper salmon beer tap handle will be joining other fine art for an exhibition celebrating the beer culture of the Tavern at the Studio Door in San Diego, Calif.   Natalie’s unique and functional sculpture joins 28 other works of art focused on the bar lifestyle and its trappings at a show running May 5-28.  See  www.thestudiodoor.com.

For more information check Natalie Brown web page here or Natalie@SteelCoyote.com