Arts and Entertainment

Olympic Art Festival set for Saturday

Walk into a world of art inspired by nature at the eighth Olympic Art Festival is set for 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, May 24.

The gallery is at 40 Washington St. in Quilcene. The event is free.

Artists joining in on the festivity so far are: Terry Foltz with his intricate scroll saw art; Charlie and Sally Brown with their custom gates, railings, benches, fountains, fire pits and other home décor; Randy Hopfer with his photographs of wildlife and more and Paul Kaiser with his wood bowls. In addition, see Amy Weber painting her mini watercolors, Patricia Tayton with her photorealistic watercolors and Beverly Winthers with her acrylics and watercolors.

There also will be beautiful nature and wildlife jewelry, molded shell and raku pottery, wine racks, blued metal salmon, copper sculptures and art pieces, pine cone furniture, carved salmon, trout and welcome signs, hand blown glass pieces, antler baskets, braided horse hackamores and reins, gourds with horses painted on them, saws with mountain scenes painted on them and much more.

The Olympic Art Gallery is a non-profit setup to help local artists. The gallery is open by appointment during the year. Call Sally at 360-531-2015 or email info@olympicartgallery.com.

Find additional information can be found at www.olympicartgallery.com.

 

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