Women Painters of Washington Gallery
Encounters April 24- July 13
701-5th Ave., Suite 310, Columbia Tower
Monday-Friday 11am- 4pm
WPW Online Gallery
Sketchbook Project World Tour 2012
Encyclopedia of Geometrical Music.
It will also be available on-line for check out soon.
(check out back for live link)
Sneak Peak Below
Scott Milo Gallery
420 Commercial Ave, Anacortes, WA 98211
May 4 - June 26
Address 10101 Main St., Bothell, WA. 98011
425-483-7385 Tuesday- Saturday
Main Street Gallery
208 East Woodin Avenue Chelan, WA 98816
9660 Old Hwy 99 N
Burlington, WA 98233
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|Past Shows: Macy's Presents City and Song
AWARDING WINNING ARTISTS JOIN TOGETHER FOR CITY AND SONG
Two popular members of Women Painters of Washington teamed up to capture the rhythms of the city. The “City and Song” art exhibition at the downtown Seattle Macy's’s Art Gallery
features Woodinville artist, Kristin Morris and Bainbridge Island artist, Barbara Wilson. Morris, whose work often has a geometric expression inspired by the golden ratio, combines the
musical shapes we love her for with new city designs. Wilson, whose popular cityscapes captivate art collectors, is alive with movement, rhythm and flow.
Morris and Wilson both joined the ranks of the highly acclaimed Women Painters of Washington in 2010. These award winning artists with unique styles are pleased to present “City
and Song” at the downtown Macy's’s Gallery January- February 2011. Their creative efforts made this a must see event.
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20 x 30 Acrylic on Wood Panel
Currently on display at the Scott Milo Gallery in Anacortes
Encyclopedia of Geometrical Music
Ten techniques are explained showing
how to create compositions with paint the
way a composer arranges notes in a
song. Thousands of sketchbook's
including Kristin's will begin touring to
fourteen cities starting in April and will
then join the permanent collection of the
Brooklyn Art Library.
A sneak peek is now available on-line.
Kristin Morris Sketchbook Project 2012
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I created this painting to show the playfulness of vibrant
layers of red petals swirling on roses I received from my
Dad on my birthday.
"There is nothing more difficult for a truly creative painter than to paint a rose, because before he can do so
he has first to forget all the roses that were ever painted.”-- Henri Matisse
|Still Blooming Outside the Vase-triptych
Currently on Display at Overlake Hospital in Bellevue