Four Penn Cove Gallery artists will be showing their work this weekend at the Whidbey Island Arts Council exhibition of talent. Beverly McQuary (jewelry), Mary Ellen O'Connor (jewelry), Janis Saunders (weaving, braided jewelry), and Jim Short (turned wood) will be among the artists participating in the show and sale to benefit the arts council. The exhibition runs Saturday May 27 - Monday, May 29 at the Coupeville Rec Hall. Hours and more information below.
Four Penn Cove Gallery artists will be showing and selling their work in the upcoming Whidbey Allied Artists Art Show, May 12-14. Painters Phyllis Drummond, Margaret Livermore, and Rainy Lindell, along with stained glass artist Sandy Dubpernell, will be among 20 local artists participating in the show.
Oil painter Rainy Lindell is Whidbey Working Artists' Featured Artist for the month of May. She finds subjects - such as the beautiful owl shown at left - every day in this area of water and mountains.
The group show is right around the corner from Penn Cove Gallery in the Coupeville Rec Hall. Show dates and hours are: May 12-14, 10:00-6:00 Friday and Saturday/10:00 - 5:00 Sunday.
Penn Cove Gallery is pleased to announce that photographer Marianne Borozny has joined us as the 26th Whidbey Island artist in the gallery.
Marianne says: "I have tried to approach the world with my eyes wide open during 28 years behind the camera, creating works mainly in the Southwest, Northwest, Pacific Coast, and New England. My greatest muse is my current home, Whidbey Island."
According to Marianne, her interests lie in capturing natural light, crystallizing simple forms, and isolating textures and patterns. "I always seek the essence of a scene or an object. My 10 years as an art jeweler informs the sometimes sculptural sense of my photographs. Even if they do not fit into the schema of my work, every now and then I find whimsical moments that I must photograph, such as hunted cows, miniature Grand Canyon snowmen, and ornamented VW Beetles."
Marianne's work goes up in the gallery today. Be sure to stop in and enjoy this wonderful addition to Penn Cove Gallery. Welcome Marianne!
Penn Cove Gallery's Lisbeth Cort and Seattle ceramicist Kristin Nelson of Vit Ceramics and Kri Kri Studio are teaming up to bring their SPRING! Art Show & Sale to Coupeville (directions here) on Saturday, April 8, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. It's a perfect pairing as the two are both known for their lively use of color.
While Kristin's pieces are sold in such notable spots as the Seattle Art Museum shop, Seattle West Elm, and San Francisco's Gumps department store - just to name a few of the places that carry here work, this show is a rare opportunity to see and purchase Kristin's pieces on Whidbey Island.
Lisbeth is releasing 20 paintings, new prints and a new Spring Flowers card set. Lisbeth and Kristin guarantee you'll leave with a smile on your face!
Two of Penn Cove Gallery's artists will be in the 29th Annual Best of the Northwest Art and Fine Craft Show, Spring 2017. Mary Ellen O'Connor and STILLFire Pottery will both participate in this Spring event which features more than 100 of the area’s best artists and artisans.
Presented Northwest Art Alliance, the show runs March 25th & 26th; Saturday: 10AM - 6PM; Sunday: 10AM - 5PM at Hangar 30 at Magnuson Park in Seattle.
Congratulations Mary Ellen and STILLFire!
Our 25th Anniversary celebration was a success, thank you to all who attended.
We are pleased to announce that the Whidbey News Group's 2019 The Best of Whidbey Readers Choice Awards has once again awarded Penn Cove Gallery Best Art Gallery. Thank you all those who voted us this honor.
Congratulations to our gallery member Timothy Haslet who won Best Artist!