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Sequim’s Shaw Shows in Twisp

'Hot Lips'
— image credit: Submitted photo

Local and regional artists explore the character of the Raven, a powerful symbol and subject of mythology folklore, art and literature for thousands of years in the Confulence Gallery and Art Center’s exhibit hall in Twisp.

Susan Gansert Shaw’s works, “The Visitation” and “Hot Lips,” are two of 10 regional and 20 local artists showing. The Confluence, a nonprofit flourishing since 1988, is a center of cultural activities in the Methow Valley.

The exhibit continues through May 31.

Shaw’s work may be seen locally in her Rock Hollow Farm Studio.

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