Sequim artist on display at Calif. Museum

The Ordover Gallery at the San Diego Natural History Museum selected a photograph by Sequim resident Charlotte Watts, "Barn in Dust Storm," to be displayed in its summer exhibit. It was chosen from more than 2,300 entries. Watts' work has been shown at Wallspace Gallery and Photographic Center Northwest in Seattle. Yosemite Renaissance XXIII and Artisans on Taylor in Port Townsend.

"Acknowledgement of my work by a prestigious gallery as the Ordover is an honor," Watts said.

Watts' work is in public collections including the Carnegie Museum of Ventura, in California, and the Museum of Ventura County, as well as in private collections of the Ansel Adams family and the Kenton Wood Collection of Photography.

This summer, Watts rejoins the teaching staff of the Ansel Adams Institute of Photography in California. Her portfolio is on her Web site or call 683-6642 for an appointment. The Ordover Gallery site is

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