Pam Galvani is one of the featured artists in The Island Gallery’s All-Gallery Show. (Image courtesy of The Island Gallery)

Pam Galvani is one of the featured artists in The Island Gallery’s All-Gallery Show. (Image courtesy of The Island Gallery)

Last week to see All-Gallery Show

  • Wednesday, December 27, 2017 10:34am
  • Life

The Island Gallery’s All-Gallery Show will finish its run in downtown Winslow on Sunday, Dec. 31.

The exhibition is a celebration of 15 years of collaboration between the gallery and unique and talented artists from near and far.

The showcase includes studio furniture and sculpture, fiber art and wearables, paintings and prints, jewelry and ceramics.

The Island Gallery is marking the big anniversary with new work from 17 artists it represents:

Gerardo Aguayo (paintings and prints), Alexis Abrams (wearable art), Chapin-Cao (jewelry), Karen Chaussabel (paintings and prints), L. Wendy Dunder (illuminated sculpture), Delores Fortuna (ceramics), Pam Galvani (paintings and prints), Robin Hominiuk (wood-fired ceramics), Maggy Pavlou (wearable art), Begona Rentero (jewelry), Carol Lee Shanks (wearable art), John Spivey (furniture) and Chris Thompson (wood sculpture).

The gallery is also introducing four new artists: Jan Badgley (wearable art), David Berger (paintings and prints), Eric Heffelfinger (jewelry) and Larry Roberts (wood sculpture).

The Island Gallery is at 400 Winslow Way East, Suite 120.

For more information, call 206-780-9500 or visit www.theislandgallery.net.

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