Image courtesy of Jeffrey Moose | “She Who Gives Voice to their Stories” by Deborah Milton, one of a group of artists with work featured in “Goddesses 8: She Persists.”

Image courtesy of Jeffrey Moose | “She Who Gives Voice to their Stories” by Deborah Milton, one of a group of artists with work featured in “Goddesses 8: She Persists.”

Jeffrey Moose Gallery hosts ‘Goddesses’ show

The Divine Female is one of the oldest spiritual concepts known to man. It epitomizes empathy, nurturing and kindness, qualities essential to coexisting with each other and with nature.

Throughout the past 23 years, the Jeffrey Moose Gallery has presented seven exhibits in celebration of the concept of The Goddess, the latest of which, “Goddesses 8: She Persists,” will premiere Friday, Nov. 2 during the First Friday Art Walk event.

An opening reception will take place from 6 to 8 p.m., with a second event set to occur after the election, from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10.

The show will remain on display through Dec. 29.

Originally inspired by former Suquamish sculptor Bob Lucas (now based in Costa Rica), and Seattle painter Suzanne Haddon (now based in Australia), the show has brought together works from a wide range of artists and media. The lineup include Lucas and Haddon, and also Kitsap artists Deborah Milton, Suzanne Gardner and Patricia “SheTree” McGarrity, together with Lillian Pitt and former University of Washington Professor Lou Cabeen.

Jeffrey Moose Gallery is located at 181 Winslow Way East, Suite F.

Visit www.jeffreymoosegallery.com to learn more.

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