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Last days for show of Northwest painters at Roby King Galleries

'Windwept' by Chris Witkowski, (40x30, oil on canvas).
— image credit: Image courtesy of Chris Witkowski | Roby King Galleries

The impressive exhibition of Northwest painters Mike Kowalski and Chris Witkowski is coming to a close at Roby King Galleries.

The last days for the show are Friday, June 27 and Saturday, June 28 at the Winslow gallery.

The two Pacific Northwest painters artistically explore the waterways of the Puget Sound region. They paint a way of life and an environment where water and land are intertwined.

Sharing a common background in illustration, both artists derive rendering skills that give an underlying strength to their compositions. With accomplished brushstrokes and a keen sense of color, both painters craft the varied and complex light qualities of the waters, reflections and skies of the Northwest.

Roby King Galleries is at 176 Winslow Way East.

 

 

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