I’m pleased to be part of the Waterworld show at University House in Seattle featuring art that interprets various aspects of our world of water. Besides painting with watercolor, qualifying many of my paintings, and living in watery Seattle, the subject of this painting came from a beach on the windy side of Cozumel, Mexico. A smooth yet broken spiraling shell was washed up onto shore to nestle among the rough coral. See the postcard below for show information. RSVP by the 22nd and come to the reception for delicious food & wine, live music and lots of artists and their friends. June Sekiguchi puts together great shows for ERA Living including many artists assuring a variety of interpretations of the theme. I hope to see you there!
“Waterworld” Art Exhibit & Reception February 27, 2014
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