The four artists of Tangled Fibers install their “Undersea Garden” exhibit. Pictured are, from left, Pat Herkal, Barbara Ramsey, Jean-Marie Tarasci and Cathie Wier. Photo courtesy of Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

The four artists of Tangled Fibers install their “Undersea Garden” exhibit. Pictured are, from left, Pat Herkal, Barbara Ramsey, Jean-Marie Tarasci and Cathie Wier. Photo courtesy of Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

Peninsula artists to offer insights at Sept. 25 ArtBites event

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the creativity and collaboration behind Tangled Fibers on Sept. 25

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the creativity and collaboration behind Tangled Fibers, a group of four Peninsula artists whose “Undersea Garden” exhibit recently opened at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd.

Three of the Tangled Fibers artists — including Pat Herkal, Barbara Ramsey, and Cathie Wier — will speak at the center’s upcoming virtual ArtBites event on Friday, Sept. 25.

Topics include what artists find most valuable about working together, their advice for others interested in collaborating, and about the current exhibit.

Tickets for the virtual event are $10, with proceeds benefiting the nonprofit arts center. A limited number of tickets are available: visit pafac.org for more information or to reserve tickets.

“Undersea Garden: A Voyage of Wonder and Imagination” opened on Sept. 12. The four artists behind the exhibit are Herkal, Ramsey, Wier and Jean Marie Tarascio, all from Port Townsend. The group, collectively known as Tangled Fibers, has met regularly since 2016.

The “Undersea Garden” exhibit may be viewed in the Esther Webster Gallery, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Thursday-Sunday, through Nov. 15. Visitors are required to wear masks and a limited number of people are allowed in the gallery at one time. Those planning a visit are encouraged to check the center’s website for the most up-to-date information about safety requirements.

The full exhibition is also available online at pafac.org for viewing or purchase. Online visitors will find photos of each artwork, written statements from the participating artists, and a video tour through the gallery.

Those planning a visit are encouraged to check the center’s website for the most up-to-date information about safety requirements.

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