WEEKEND: Variety of creations in Port Townsend Gallery Walk
By Diane Urbani de la Paz
Peninsula Daily News
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Here’s a sampling of the galleries and shops hosting receptions.
■ The Max Grover Gallery, inside the Sideshow Variety shop at 630 Water St., hosts a retrospective through Dec. 28 of batiks, oils and watercolors by the late artist and educator Kathleen Burgett.
■ The Spice and Tea Exchange, 929 Water St., highlights photography by local artist Linda Sutton including “The Jellies,” a series of black-and-white images taken in aquariums.
Sutton pushes high-speed film to its limit, and then makes large prints by hand in a darkroom.
■ Gallery Nine, 1012 Water St., presents new works by painter Ann Arscott and artisan jeweler Michael Kenney.
While Arscott’s canvases depict wild African animals, Kenney’s hand-cut stones come from his collecting trips around the West.
■ The Port Townsend Gallery, 715 Water St., hosts “The Artful Jewelers,” a showcase of creations in lampworked glass, bone, wood, sterling silver and gold by Beau and Shani Barrett, Andrea Guarino-Siemmons, Victor Judd, Mary Lynn Maloney, Caroline Littlefield, Shirley Moss, Kristin Wade, Lelah Wright and Stephanie Oliveira.
■ Simon Mace Gallery, 236 Taylor St., presents “Driven to Abstraction,” a show of abstract creations by Liana Bennett, David Ridgway and another well-known artist who, in this show, goes by Patrizio.
Last modified: December 05. 2013 8:17PM