(Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)

(Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News)

Art in motion

PORT TOWNSEND — JES Schumacher and her husband Jim celebrated the Fourth of July in a unique way by taking her son Kristian Brevik’s art piece out for a day on the water.

Brevik is currently earning his doctorate in entomology in Vermont but has long been an artist in Port Townsend.

“Sparky,” the red orca affixed to this kayak, is made from fabric coated in marine lacquer and illuminated from the inside. 

Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News                                JES Schumacher and her partner Jim celebrated the Fourth of July in a unique way by taking her son Kristian Breviks art piece out for a day on the water. Brevik is currently earning his doctorate in entomology in Vermont but has long been an artist in Port Townsend. Sparky the red orca affixed to this kayak, is made from fabric coated in marine lacquer and illuminated from the inside.

Ken Park/Peninsula Daily News JES Schumacher and her partner Jim celebrated the Fourth of July in a unique way by taking her son Kristian Breviks art piece out for a day on the water. Brevik is currently earning his doctorate in entomology in Vermont but has long been an artist in Port Townsend. Sparky the red orca affixed to this kayak, is made from fabric coated in marine lacquer and illuminated from the inside.

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