Denis Hill's photographs are displayed at Christopher's Restaurant through the end of the year.
Rainy Lindell's oil paintings are at Knead & Feed
through December. She is also showing her work along with Francy Blumhagen's prints and collages at Front Street Grill through April.
Guests staying at the Blue Goose B&B can enjoy the works of Randy Emmons, Janis Collins and Richard Nash.
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.
Penn Cove Gallery's own Randy Emmons has received an Honorable Mention at the Northwest Watercolor Society’s Waterworks Show for his painting “Country Life” at Bothell’s Tsuga Fine Art & Framing. Congratulations Randy! Stop by the gallery to see more of Randy's work.
As our Featured Artist for October sculptor Pat Collins will be at Penn Cove Gallery on Saturday, October 28th, and will discuss the inspiration and methods behind his “stylized” work in wood. He strives to showcase the beauty and natural figure of fine hardwoods without being tied to the restrictions of realism. In the words of Vincent Van Gogh, “Leave the obvious vague and exaggerate the essential”, which for Pat, “the essential” is the wood itself.
Richard Nash is showing his paintings at Knead & Feed Bakery Restaurant during September and October. Richard's primary medium is acrylics on either museum board or on stretched canvas with a gesso-prepared surface. He says that although his "work is abstract, the 'inspiration' for much of it comes from the play of light - often from multiple sources - and shadows and architectural forms on natural forms." The Northwest coastal environment provides much of his palette.
Christopher's on Whidbey is hosting Rainy Lindell's paintings during September and October. Rainy loves the Pacific Northwest landscape and finds subjects every day in the water and mountains that surround us. Rainy most enjoys painting with oils. "I find that they give me the rich warm dark colors that make a painting glow as well as the vibrant bright colors that add the zing. The flowers in a breeze, the warmth of the sunset or the yellow trees in autumn all move me to capture this moment in time," she says.
You can, of course, see the full range of Rainy's and Richard's work at Penn Cove Gallery daily 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.
Dine with Art
Penn Cove Gallery artists' work exclusively hangs, and may be purchased, in these fine Coupeville restaurants: