Intaglio prints by
Anne Belov, Buffy Cribbs, Bruce Morrow, Rob Schouten
March 3 - April 2
ARTIST'S RECEPTION: Saturday March 3, from 5 to 7pm
during Langley's First Saturday Art Walk
The art of intaglio printmaking has been practiced since the mid-15th century. Over the years artists keep coming back to this versatile medium to explore its rich possibilities. So it is with four of Whidbey Island’s finest painters: Anne Belov, Buffy Cribbs, Bruce Morrow and Rob Schouten.
Early on in their respective art educations these artists encountered the etching medium, and while they have gone-on to careers focused on painting, they continue to produce their original prints as well. In case of Morrow and Cribbs this has led to the establishment of Flicker Feather Press on Whidbey Island, where one can take classes or rent press time.
The exhibition includes monoprints, aquatint etchings, black & white and hand colored etchings.
Please join us for our Artist Reception on Saturday, March 3 from 5 to 7 pm during Langley's First Saturday Art Walk. Enjoy some wine and refreshments while you peruse the new exhibits and offerings in the town's numerous galleries and shops.
We’d love to see you!
The rest of the gallery has a broad selection of fine work, ranging from Stephanie Mader's amazing fused glass landscapes and Jacob Kohn's colorful koi paintings, to Sharon Spencer's bronzes, Kathleen Otley's encaustics, jewelry by Tammi Sloan, Barbara Mundell and Mary Ellen O'Connor, and glass by Robert Adamson and Fritz Dreisbach,
as well as pieces from many other fine artists.
We are especially happy to reintroduce Dan Ishler's chrystaline glazed porcelain.
For purchases or inquiries contact the gallery at 360/222-3070 or 800/858-5063
April 7 - 30
oil and acrylic paintings
HOURS AND DIRECTIONS
May through Sept. OPEN DAILY 10 - 6
Oct. through April Tues. by appointment
other weekdays 11 - 4
weekends 10 - 5