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Winslow gallery selects art for Governor’s Mansion

“Rowers on Puget Sound,” by Pete Saloutos, an archival pigment print. - Pete Saloutos photo
“Rowers on Puget Sound,” by Pete Saloutos, an archival pigment print.
— image credit: Pete Saloutos photo

For the second time Bainbridge Island’s Wes King and Andrea Roby-King of the Roby King Galleries have curated the Governor’s Mansion in Olympia, displaying the works of 11 Washington photographers.

Photographers featured in the exhibition include Cameron Bahnson, Rod Barbee, Steven Fey, Matt Freeman-Gleason, Raymond Gendreau, Art Grice, Dan Kowalski, Joel Sackett, Pete Saloutos, Tom Schworer and Joe Walsh.

To see all of the works currently on display in the Governor’s mansion, visit

Image subjects range from wildlife, glaciers and natural landscapes to vintage signage, roadside sites and portraits.

Wes King and Andrea Roby-King, residents of Bainbridge Island for almost 30 years, officially opened the Roby King Galleries in 1990.

For more information, and to see a description of current and future exhibitions, visit


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