Harbor Arts Gallery is hosting a Small Works show.

Harbor Arts Gallery is hosting a Small Works show.

Small Works show at Harbor Art Gallery

PORT ANGELES — Harbor Art Gallery is featuring a Small Works show this month and next.

The gallery at 114 N. Laurel St., will participate in the Second Weekend Art Walk and will be open from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. this coming Saturday, as well as Saturday, Dec. 11.

It is open for winter hours from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday; those hours could be extended closer to the holidays, organizers said.

The exhibit of a variety of smaller artwork created by gallery artists is in the featured artist room at the back of the gallery.

Each is a unique handmade creation by a gallery artist.

There are smaller works for wall and shelf display, as well as a variety of functional items including jewelry, drink coasters, holiday ornaments and bottle stoppers.

Prices range from $10 to over $400, with many items available for under $75.

Mediums include paintings, drawings, ceramics, prints, sculptures, photography, woodworking, jewelry and glass.

Artists participating include Cindy Elstrom, Garret Delabarre, Terri Enck, Tammy Hall, Tracy McCallum, Eric Neurath, Nathan Shields, Susan Kantowitz, Gail McClain, Kevin Willson, Randy and Sallie Radock, Roger Mosely, David Johannessohn, Carolyn Guske, Robert Amaral, Lance Snider and Nancy McFaul.

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