Paint Out Winslow to capture downtown street scenes

Celebrating the beauty of Bainbridge Island and its reputation as a center for the arts, Paint Out Winslow will again bring the plein air painting community — along with five acclaimed guest artists — downtown on Saturday, Sept. 8 to paint outdoors in the medium of their choice and share their works of art with the community.

Spectators will have the opportunity to watch and interact with participating artists during the day’s events and gatherings, then purchase fresh works at an evening of art, wine and chocolate at Bainbridge Island’s senior community center at Waterfront Park.

This year’s guest artists include Michele Usibelli, Terry Miura, Darrell Anderson, Mitchell Albala and Steven Reddy.

Painters of all levels are invited to join in, painting at a myriad of beautiful locations in Winslow and to submit their work for jurying.

Esteemed Northwest artist Michele Usibelli will be this year’s juror.

A top prize of $500 has been donated by one of the event’s sponsors, Destination Bainbridge.

At the day’s end, enjoy a mixer, gallery exhibition and sale, a tasting of local wines and chocolates, and take home a fresh work of art.

The cost to participate is $50 per painter. The cost to attend the mixer is $15 per person.

Visit www.paintoutwinslow.com to learn more.

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