The Forgeries at Froggwell show is rapidly approaching!
I’ll have some early entries to the show in the coming weeks, but first, two of the regular Froggwell artists have gallery shows this month.
This Saturday, painter Anne Belov opens a show of new work at The Fountainhead Gallery on Seattle’s Queen Anne Hill; 625 W McGraw Street.
The show will continue through July 29th.
Some of the paintings were inspired by trips to England and Holland, but all are united by the theme of light, and how it falls on objects.
I hope to see you at the opening on Saturday, July 8th from 5 to 7 PM!
And back on Whidbey Island…
Rebecca Collins is exhibiting paintings she made from images observed on her trip to Alaska by boat last summer. Rebecca has taken a leap in the scale and complexities of her paintings and you can almost smell the slat air and feel the salt water spray on your face as you view these paintings.
Rebecca’s paintings will be on view at The Rob Schouten Gallery through July 31st, 2017
We hope to see you at one of these shows!
Stay tuned for news of Forgeries@Froggwell!