Brian Buntain holds a section of the “Fifth Element” totem pole which will be central to this year’s Art Jam exhibit at Rock Hollow Farm in Sequim.

Brian Buntain holds a section of the “Fifth Element” totem pole which will be central to this year’s Art Jam exhibit at Rock Hollow Farm in Sequim.

Artists to highlight wares at Rock Hollow Farm

SEQUIM — This year’s Art Jam 2018 will put the spotlight on a group of artists from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today, Saturday and Sunday during Sequim Lavender Weekend.

The “barn people” artists will show a major body of their work reflecting personal style, vision and technical proficiency at Rock Hollow Farm, 505 E. Silberhorn Road.

Members of the public will be invited to join in a community art project, enjoy some music outdoors, bring a picnic lunch and walk the grounds. There will be a community mural-style art project and materials will be provided.

Central to this year’s exhibit will be a “Fifth Element” totem pole. Each Art Jam artist was given a one-foot section of irrigation pipe to build a totem piece around.

The pieces are no taller than 12 inches tall or wider than 36 inches.

According to the Art Jam website,, these are the participating artists for this year:

• Lynne Armstrong: Acrylic and watercolor landscapes; still life.

• Susan Gansert Shaw: Watercolor, acrylic and pastel contemporary landscapes .

• Mary Franchini: Mixed media contemporary paintings.

• Terry Grasteit: Abstract acrylic paintings.

• Stephen Portner: Wood furniture.

• Barb Boerigter: Found object sculpture.

• Brian Buntain: Contemporary jewelry.

• Ed Crumley: Contemporary jewelry.

• Tammy Hall: Driftwood sculpture.

• Linda Collins Chapman.

 Gray Lucier.

• Special guest artists.

For directions and information, visit the group’s website at

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