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A Stephanie Reilly art form is a bit like an onion. On the surface, one may see some collaged words and pictures. After a second look, one will likely notice the layer upon layer of acrylic paint, decorated with various artistic knickknacks. A third glance may reveal more hidden pleasures: messages lurking in the background, colors missed before, thematic connections previously unseen. Each look peels back a new layer,
giving the viewer more material to enjoy and to interpret.
The Redmond resident began making these textured canvas statements three years ago. Before that, she experimented in many mediums, progressing through stained glass, children’s clothing and wire wrapped jewelry. Reilly has discovered she has an eye and a hand for creating self reflective art pieces and is pleased to present her second show at Pogacha restaurants.
“Thoughts from the Divine” will run Jan.
The Longhouse Education and Cultural Center at The Evergreen State College will host its annual two day holiday art fair December 10th and 11th at the Longhouse on campus. The hours of the fair are Friday, December 10th 11AM 6PM and Saturday, December 11th 10AM 5PM. Admission is free. Friday, parking costs $2.00.
The fair will feature over 30 Native artists selling original work in a wide variety of price ranges to appeal to every budget. Artists will be selling jewelry, clothing, textiles, weaving, carvings, games, prints, paintings, cards and more. Frybread and Indian tacos will be available for sale.
I’m not sure why this is such a popular weekend for events, but Gig Harbor is experiencing another mother lode weekend of events and activities. Not to be too clich,
but there is seriously something for everyone in Gig Harbor coming up this weekend.
Brix 25 Restaurant presents a dinner with Mcrea Cellars and Salida Winery on Thursday October 14Th. Buy a soldier lunch from 1:30 3:30pm.
The Gig Harbor Film Festival opens on Friday the 15th and runs through Sunday with a wide variety of films through out each day.