‘Water’ exhibit on tap

  • Monday, March 24, 2014 12:54pm
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'Water' exhibit on tap

Peninsula College’s PUB Gallery of Art will host an artist’s reception from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, to celebrate the opening of a new exhibition containing the work of 14 Northwest artists whose works focus on “Water.”


Work in the Water exhibition will include paintings, photographs, mixed media, collage, video and some sculpture by area artists.


Artists who are exhibiting include Clay Murdach, Doug Parent and Jeff Toucher, Port Angeles; David Eisenhour, Port Hadlock; Michael Berman, Port Ludlow; Marie Amerson, Karen Hackenberg, Suzanne Lamon, Harold Nelson, Counsel Langley, Frank Samuelson and Stephen Yates, Port Townsend; Harry von Stark, Quilcene; and Susan Robb, Seattle. Other artists also will be a part of the exhibit via Water, Water Everywhere, a continuing video presentation.


Peninsula College Art instructor Michael Paul Miller says this special exhibition was organized as part Peninsula College’s celebration of the United Nation’s declaration of 2013 as “The International Year of Water Cooperation” and helps to support Peninsula College’s commitment to Global Awareness.

The Water and Water, Water Everywhere exhibition runs through Dec. 5. Hours for the PUB Gallery of Art are 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday. Admission is free.


Special campus-wide programs and class activities centered on the theme of “Water” around the world will be presented throughout the academic year and will focus on issues such as war, health, the environment, the global economy, culture, and immigration as they relate to this most valuable resource.

For information on other upcoming events, visit the college website at www.pencol.edu or www.facebook.com/PeninsulaCollege.


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