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The 16 pieces are all part of his most recent mixed media work, which he commenced in 2013.
Known as the “Stream” series, the works are all done in oil stick, pastel, chalk, pencil and acrylic on paper.
The exhibit runs through Thursday, May 15. Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
On May 15, Tomlinson will present an artist’s lecture as part of the college’s Studium Generale program, which will begin at 12:35 p.m. in the college’s Little Theater on the Port Angeles campus.
His presentation will be followed immediately by a reception in the adjacent PUB Gallery of Art.
Tomlinson’s Studium presentation is titled “An Exploration of Language and the Visual Arts and the Collaborative Process.”
He will talk about how and where he became interested in poetry and then, later, the visual arts as well as about the nature of collaboration and the trials and tribulations that come from working with others.
He will also discuss new work that is included in his exhibition in the PUB Gallery of Art and what led up to it as well as sharing some images of new works in progress.
Navy bus strikes vehicle in Port Townsend
PORT TOWNSEND — A woman’s green Subaru was struck from behind by a U.S. Navy bus while she drove downtown over the weekend, sending her to the hospital with minor injuries.
East Jefferson Fire-Rescue received notice of the accident at 3:39 p.m. Sunday and arrived at the intersection of Water and Tyler streets.
Both vehicles were travelling eastbound according to a news release.
Information on the model of the Subaru, its driver’s identity and the extent of her injuries was not immediately available Monday, though her injuries were described as not life-threatening.
The driver of the van, Timothy Rote, 74, of Bainbridge Island was uninjured and cited for following too close, according to Port Townsend Police.
Benefit raises $20,000 for women’s foundation
PORT HADLOCK — The Jefferson County Community Foundation Fund for Women and Girls honored its top donors with a five-year “birthday party” recently at Chevy Chase Inn.
The evening raised nearly $20,000 for the fund.
Carol McGough, a founding “mother” of the foundation and early supporter of the fund, spoke about the ways in which her mother encouraged her to believe she could accomplish anything if she put her mind to it.
Lela Hilton of the Clemente Course and Susan Whitmire from Kitsap Bank spoke about the success of a new course they developed with Dove House Advocacy Services: an introductory course in the humanities combined with information about personal financial management for women coming out of domestic abuse situations.
Steering committee member Anne Burns revealed the results of conversations held in Port Townsend, Port Hadlock and Quilcene between Fund for Women and Girls Steering Committee members and local women and girls about areas of greatest needs.
The areas identified during those conversations and the votes of women were totaled, and “Education and Training” was selected as the 2014 grant focus.
Requests for proposals for the Fund for Women and Girls’ 2014 grant will be available at the JCCF website in July, and the $5,000 grant will be awarded in the fall.
For more information about the fund, phone Carla Caldwell at 360-3853797 or visit www.jccfgives.org.
Senior meal trip to Silverdale set May 15
PORT LUDLOW — Senior Singles are traveling to Olive Garden Italian Restaurant in Silverdale, 3204 N.W. Randall Way, at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 15.
Drivers and riders will meet near the Beach Club, 120 Spinnaker Place.
The group encourages carpooling to meet others and to enjoy the camaraderie. Participants should let the hostess know if they want to drive or be a passenger.
For space reservation by May 8, phone 360-437-8177 or email email@example.com.
History scholarship offered; application deadline is May 26
PORT TOWNSEND — Jefferson County Historical Society will offer a scholarship to a graduating Jefferson County senior or a student continuing their studies who has graduated while a resident of the county.
Curriculum should include the study of history, historic preservation or a history-related field.
This scholarship is made possible by the donations made during the recent scholarship fundraiser, held during Victorian Heritage Days, and the people who volunteered their time and talent to the Victorian-style fashion show fundraising event.
All interested parties can find more information and guidelines for this scholarship at Port Townsend High School, 1500 Van Ness St.; the Jefferson County Historical Society, 540 Water St.; by phoning 360-385-1003; or phoning the scholarship representative, JoAnn Bussa, at 360-301-3628.
Deadline for applicants is May 26.
Seniors’ plant sale planned Saturday in Sekiu
SEKIU — The West End Seniors of Clallam Bay and Sekiu will hold their annual plant sale at the Sekiu Community Center, 42 Rice St., from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
A luncheon will be available.
Messy Palette art will be shown and be for sale.
Vendors are welcome for $10 a day.
For more information, phone chairman John Burdick at 360-963-2438.