‘ARTfusion’ a source of energy

  • Monday, March 24, 2014 11:26am
  • Life

Four award-winning artist friends, Catherine Mix, Dianne Johnston, Paulette Hill and Pat Starr, present the third annual ARTfusion — an art show fusing dynamic energy and original creativity with the personal.


This collection of original art will be on display for just two days at the Farmhouse Gallery. Meet the artists and stroll the internationally recognized gardens and grounds of The Cutting Garden.


Mix is a watercolorist drawn to dry pastel over watercolor. Johnston creates raku and wood-fired pottery. Hill designs and creates jewelry with stones, crystals, wood, seed beads, silver, gold, and copper. Starr has been painting with watercolor for over 20 years.


This year ARTfusion will donate a percentage of show proceeds to Olympic Theatre Arts, benefitting live community theater.


The Farmhouse Gallery is located three miles from downtown Sequim on the north side of Woodcock Road, one-quarter mile west of Sequim-Dungeness Way.



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