The new exhibit on display at Roby King Gallery in downtown Winslow will feature works by all the gallery’s stable of artists in a special group show.
The exhibition opens Friday, Sept. 6 and runs through Sunday Sept. 29.
New to the roster this year is sculpture by Dan Brown, Barbara French Duzan, William F. Reese, and Maiolica pottery by Terry Siebert.
However, during much of the month the gallery will be open Thursday through Sunday only, as the owners will be in Italy taking a painting class from Pam Ingalls, one of the gallery’s artists.
Ingalls studied at the Accademia Di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy and earned her degree from Gonzaga University in Spokane. Under the mentorship of Russian Impressionist painter Ron Lukas, she honed her painting style.
She also studied with Frederick Frank, Richard Schmid and Burt Silverman.
“We have been proud to represent Pam Ingalls’ Russian Impressionist-style paintings for more than 15 years,” gallery officials said. “As a reminder, our local artists will donate 10 percent of their sales in September to [the] Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. And the gallery matches the amount. It’s a great month to buy some art!”
Visit www.robyking.com to learn more.