Nancy McFaul is the featured artist at Harbor Art Gallery in Port Angeles in May and June. Submitted photo

Nancy McFaul is the featured artist at Harbor Art Gallery in Port Angeles in May and June. Submitted photo

A&E briefs — April 28, 2021

  • Wednesday, April 28, 2021 1:30am
  • Life

Artist for Sequim Understory project selected

Marina Shipova has been selected as artist fellow for Sequim Understory, the development of Centennial Place at the corner of Sequim Avenue and Washington Street.

She will engage with the public and develop a photographic story of local interest, city representatives said.

Shipova is a classically trained artist, photographer and educator. She will be developing a presentation to share with the public on Nov. 5 to reveal what she learned through the community engagement process.

Learn more about Shipova at sequimcityarts.com/art-fellow.

Juan De Fuca Festival tickets on sale

Tickets for in-person passes to the Juan De Fuca Festival went on sale April 24, with a limited number available for the annual celebration of music.

The festival, slated for May 28-31 (Memorial Day weekend), features an in-person and virtual component this year. Scheduled artists include Sundae + Mr. Goessl and WORTH (May 28); Joy in Mudville and Gus Clark & the Least of His Problems (May 29); Champagne Sunday, Triple Mood, Shaggy Sweet (May 30), and a Memorial Day program on May 31.

Virtual passes are available with access to live-streaming and recorded in-person performances throufh June 30.

See jffa.org for tickets and more information.

McFaul’s work on display at Harbor Art Gallery

Harbor Art Gallery, 114 North Laurel St., Port Angeles, will feature the art of Nancy McFaul during the months of May and June. The gallery is open 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesday-Saturday.

Meet with the artist at the gallery on May 7, May 13, June 9 or June 16 during opening hours .

Using pen and ink and adding watercolor, McFaul paints various everyday objects, scenes, people and imagined encounters she experienced over the past year to create her multimedia art.

McFaul studied design in San Francisco and Berkeley, Calif., and moved to Seattle where she raised a family and worked in the family’s small specialty bakery in Pike Place Market. When she had a moment to spare she painted and took classes at Gage Academy of Art.

Artwork by Nancy McFaul

Artwork by Nancy McFaul

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