Artist: Karen Hanrahan
Medium: Mixed Media
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Description of work:

I make one of a kind quilt like collage art with paper. I am also a narrative photographer.

I am applying as a non-member/I hope you can consider my work again this year.

Thank you in advance.

Framed photography representing “cutlery” ( 5 pieces)

Artist: Micheal Heath, Janine Hazebrouck, Tom McCalla
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

The group has been painting together for over 15 years. Michael Heath is a lead artist and has been instructing watercolor painting and drawing for over 55 years.

Whidbey Island Beach

Artist: Mary Galley
Medium: Sculpture
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Description of work:

Mixed media sculpture and large acrylic paintings

Storyteller Red. 36” tall 2021

Artist: Lori Hill
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

Oil on Canvas. Bold perspective and use of color

Bellingham series

Artist: Lori VanEtta
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

I paint colorful acrylic abstracts on canvas. All of my paintings are framed. People say that my paintings make them happy. This is just a sample of my work because by the time the show is here I will have new work to share. Thanks for considering me!

Favorite Mind Space 11 x 14″ $260. Acrylic on canvas 2020

Artist: Joy Olney
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

Olney’s mid-size oil paintings are impressionist in style. During the last two years, her subjects are flowers. Capturing their essence and energy is what she strives to do. She uses bright color, a wide range of values and thick brushwork to catch the fleeting effects of light.

Tea time,14×11,oil, $300.,2021

Artist: Jabez Richard
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

I make cartoon cubism using ribbons, rings and other geometric shapes, blushing with bright colors and a fine smattering of whimsy.

“Sherman”, 16” x 20”, acrylic on canvas, $200, 2022

Artist: Zotshee Zotshee
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

For me, art is a mystical journey. Like a shaman painting on a cave wall, I try to express my impressionistic visions with enough heartfelt emotion/color/form to elicit a subliminal connection.

Mountainous Tree Line, 36 x 36, oil on canvas, $813, 2022

Artist: Ann Chaikin
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

Mixed media paintings on canvas. Expressions of my love of pattern, shape, color. Filled with playful delight.

Festival, 24×18, Mixed media/acrylic on canvas, $325, 2022

Artist: Marjie Miller
Medium: Mixed Media
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Description of work:

Encaustic art on wood panels, wood blocks and corrugated cardboard. Encaustic is hot beeswax with dammar resin fused into a substrate.

“Morning Brilliance”, 20″x9″, encaustic on wood panel, $250, 2021, jpg

Artist: Sam Chapman
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

I work on paper because of its intimacy. It is soft, flexible, vulnerable and draws you in. I believe that when drawing is at it’s best; the process is visible.

Looking Up, 30″ x 24″, oil pastel on paper, $1,800.00-2021

Artist: Kevin Hoover
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

Original abstract painting, expressions infused with varying layers of texture, color, pattern and motion, informed by the natural art and architecture of the world itself

Artist: MALISA KOMOLTHITI
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

Contemporary Asian Artist. Some of my work represents Zen philosophy which is simplicity. Some reflects particular memories at particular places and time.

Acrylic painting

Artist: Harmony Devaney
Medium: Mixed Media
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Description of work:

Handmade beaded jacket with the words “Land Back” on the back of the jacket. There are rainbow ribbon sewed down the arms of the jacket.

Land Back, $450, mixed fiber, 2021

Artist: Blaire Sebren
Medium: 2-D Art
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Description of work:

Queer bodies, abstracted forms, and landscapes to emulate queer/trans memories and dreams. I’d love to create new work for this show, included would be “yellow” and “untitled”.

Untitled, 8″ by 11″ acrylic and medium on canvas panel, $150, 2022