Winners announced in Port Townsend 'Earth Matters' show
Les Schnick's “Roots” is one of the prize winners in “Earth Matters,” this month's show at Port Townsend's Northwind Arts Center.
Peninsula Daily News
Print This | Email This
Most Popular this week
Irondale woman tells how her son’s death saved others as she skips governor’s ceremony to care for friend’s cats
Giant oil rig arrives in Port Angeles as protesters take to waters off Ediz Hook [Gallery and video]
Gloria Lamson won the $50 Best in Show award for her image titled “Yes and . . .,” while $25 merit awards were presented to Sandra Offutt for her piece called “Endurance,” to Kim Kopp for “Snowmapping” and to Leslie Schnick for “Roots.”
“Earth Matters,” a showcase of 48 artists from across and beyond the Olympic Peninsula, is free and open to the public at Northwind, 2409 Jefferson St.
It's one of numerous events — all with no admission charge — in the Port Townsend Community Read project, which this year has Turn Here Sweet Corn, Atina Diffley's story of organic farming, as its selected book.
Last modified: March 19. 2014 9:58AM