Port Townsend Wearable Art Show's dress rehearsal opens to public Friday
Kristen Chittick of Port Angeles modeled “Mademoiselle Couverture,” designer Trisa Chomica’s dress made of yogurt lids and bottle caps, in last spring’s Port Townsend Wearable Art Show. Entries are sought now for the May 2014 show. — Diane Urbani de la Paz/ Peninsula Daily News
Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News
In last spring's Port Townsend Wearable Art Show, Elsa Rust, 3, models "The Wonder Child," an ensemble made by Teri Nomura of Port Townsend.
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Admission is pay-what-you-can, said coordinator Debbi Steele, and proceeds will go to the annual show's beneficiary, the Jefferson County Fund for Women and Girls.
This fourth annual Wearable Art Show is an elaborate runway production, spotlighting the original work of 41 designers from around the West. Seattle fashion designer Michael Cepress selected the participants.
They include Trisa Katsikapes and Hannah Middlestead of Port Angeles, Judy Danberg of Port Ludlow and Paula Lalish, aka Paula Pay la Renta, of Nordland.
The show's Port Townsend artists include Amy Dahlberg, Natalia Duran Guevara, Heather Gale, Tamara Halligan, Christine Hulburt, Nonie Gaines, Margie McDonald, Aliina Lahti, Hana McAdam, Una McFaden, Teri Nomura, Galadriel Nichols, Annalise Rubida and Anna Moore, Natalia Robinson, Loran Scruggs, Joyce Wilkerson, Marsha Wiener and Samantha Smith.
To learn more about the event, visit www.ptwearableart.com.
Last modified: May 07. 2014 7:41PM