New art exhibit opening today at Peninsula College
“Golden Alcove to the Sea” is among the dozens of images in “From the Land of Ghosts and Shadows,” Irish painter Josie Gray’s new show at the PUB Gallery at Peninsula College. The show opens today and runs through March 6.
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Admission is free to this public exhibition of original paintings by Josie Gray, who lives most of the year in Lough Arrow in Ireland's County Sligo, but also makes extended visits to Port Angeles, hometown of his companion, poet Tess Gallagher.
Gray's “Land of Ghosts & Shadows” awaits art lovers at the gallery beside the Little Theater in the college's J Building, open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Gray and Gallagher will give a free presentation on the show and screen “Scenes from the Ballindoon Cafe,” a short documentary filmed at Gallagher's cottage in Ireland, at 12:35 p.m. March 6 in the Little Theater.
For more information about the “Ghosts & Shadows” show, to stay on display through March 14, see www.PenCol.edu.
Last modified: February 10. 2014 7:22PM