2014 Whidbey Art Trail opens this week!
WAT_logo This week I'll be hanging a show with members of the Whidbey Art Trail at the Art Center @ WICEC. The show opens Friday and will be up through the Memorial Day weekend. Rumor has it that members will offer demos on Saturdays during the exhibit. Stop in after the farmers market! WICEC can be found in the old Bayview School building at Bayview Corner, 5611 Bayview Rd, Langley (Whidbey Island).
Under the Harvest Moon ©2014 KimTinuviel.comUnder the Harvest Moon, Light Sculptures by Kim Tinuviel, 24 tall x 10 diameter, steel, copper, encaustic collage on paper If you would like to visit my studio and see even more, call ahead at 360-639-4299. My studio is #15 on the Art Trail map and is located in rural Langley, about halfway between Langley and Freeland. I would love to see you.
The Whidbey Art Trail is a year-round self-guided artist studio tour will lead you through some of the most scenic country side in the Puget Sound area. Located on Whidbey Island, the Whidbey Art Trail features a wide array of contemporary artists including painters, weavers, print makers, potters, glassblowers, woodworkers and more. You'll find the artists working in unique and spectacular studios located in renovated barns or adaptively reused buildings in the small towns along the way. You'll have the opportunity to go "behind-the-scenes" to interact with the artists and gain insight into their creative process, as well as help support the artists' creative work through the direct purchase of original works of art.
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