Damaged, stolen art

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center Director Jake Seniuk and Port Angeles Police Officer Thomas Kuch inspect damage to Sheila Klein’s “Eyelash Bench.” The metal tines were bent and their coating was cracked, Seniuk said. The vandalism was discovered Sunday afternoon.

Damage to the piece was estimated at $1,500. Another work from the center’s year-old “Art Outside” exhibit, an ivy ball crafted by Seniuk called “Skein of Time,” was missing. “We want (the exhibit) to be open to the public so they can enjoy it whenever, but somebody got carried away here,” Seniuk said. “It was just malicious, which is disheartening.”–Photo by Tom Thompson/Peninsula Daily News

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