Monthly Archives: January 2017

00_2016-17 Art in the Library – Fall/Winter

Oct. 28, 2016 – Feb. 17, 2017 Canoe Journeys on the Salish Sea A special exhibit of photography and objects, made possible by the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe and Tribal Elder Celeste Dybeck and her husband Don. Joe Englander Color photography. Example Two Kayan Girls, Burma Thya Merz Encaustic painting. Example Firewall
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03-2017 Exhibit – Wind & Water

March 2 – March 27, 2017

Art submitted to support Community Read for 2017

| JURIED EXHIBIT |

Before the Wind by Jim Lynch. Read more about this book.Details about Port Townsend Public Library 2017 Community Read printed in Port Townsend Leader Feb. 15, 2017: The Port Townsend Public Library has selected the critically acclaimed work of fiction “Before the Wind” for its 2017 Community Read. March events kick off with a film screening, followed by public readings and discussions, a juried art show and personal appearances by the author. The book is available now to check out from the library. Extra copies of the book, which are free to the public, are to be available at the end of February."

Awards

Juror's ChoiceKatherine Loveland, "Sculptors: Water & Rust" Merit Awards: Wanda Mawhinney, "A Sudden Stir of Wind" | Marilyn Sandau, "High Tide" | Joe Wuts, "Porthole" Congratulations to our artists whose work was chosen by the jury as representing the theme best: Claire Acord, Mike Blakenship, Shelley Brown, Renee Bush, Vivian Chesterley, Kathy Constantine, Ken  Dvorak, Suzanne Eller, Beth Garrison, Brian Goodman, Kay Harper, Pat  Herkal, JoAnne Heron, James Jacobson, Kristin Kiesel, Cheri Kopp, Shannon Lewis, Katherine Loveland, Cappy Mathias, Loreen Matsushima, Wanda Mawhinney, Melissa McCanna, Nancy Merrill, Patricia Moreland, Harold Nelson, Mitchell Osborne, Scott Pascoe, Paul  Polson, Marilyn Sandau, Patrick  Slattery, Lynn Sorensen, Janice  Speck, Fred Thumhart, Linda Tilley, Roger Travis, Donn Trethewey, Pam Walker, Dana Weir, Cathie Wier, Margaret Woodcock, Joe Wuts, Debra Wuts, Stephen Yates
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