Mary Ellen has always had a passion for animals and nature, and on Whidbey Island she finds endless inspiration. Since earning her BFA in Metalsmithing, Mary Ellen has combined her knowledge of silversmithing with her love of art and wildlife. Using resin inlays, which are both tough and beautiful, she creates her colorful wildlife designs on jewelry, belt buckles, bracelets and boxes. Mary Ellen also creates earrings, cuffs and boxes by combining hammered copper, 23K gold leaf and colorful heat patinas.
Penn Cove Gallery artists are offering ornaments and seasonal cards this season along with our
wonderful collection of art. There is no better way to give a unique gift.
Late Night Shopping on December 6th 5:00 to 9:00
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Late night shopping is hosted by Richard Nash, Pat Collins, Janis Collins and guest artist
Lisbeth Cort former PCG artist who is visiting from New Mexico.
Light hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be served.
Rainy will be at Penn Cove Gallery, Monday, December, 11th from 10AM to 5 PM with her collection of Pacific Northwest bird paintings. Rainy paints in oils, the medium of the old masters, because of the glowing, rich, warm dark colors as well as its vibrant, bright lights. Rainy draws inspiration not only from wild life but from the skies, waters and mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
Stained Glass artist, Sandy Dubpernell will be at Penn Cove Gallery on Wednesday, November 22nd, to discuss her glass art techniques. Sandy uses the Louis Comfort Tiffany copper foil techniques to create her colorful stained glass designs. Her passion is to form pieces representing the flowers and animal life she finds on her many eco-trips. She began her Sundown Stained Glass Studio in 1980, in 1988 she moved it to Coupeville in from the NY Metro area.
Dine with Art
Penn Cove Gallery artists' work exclusively hangs, and may be purchased, in these fine Coupeville restaurants: