The first exhibition to be staged by the newly formed Northwind Art, the combined entity resulting from the merger of Port Townsend School of the Arts and Northwind Arts Center, will focus on …
The first exhibition to be staged by the newly formed Northwind Art, the combined entity resulting from the merger of Port Townsend School of the Arts and Northwind Arts Center, will focus on contemporary photography.
On display at the Grover Gallery from Thursday, Dec. 31 to March 1, the show features 42 photographs covering street scenes, nature, portraiture and abstract themes by participants in the popular long-running “Print Night” community of photographers, and is appropriately titled “Print Night.”
The monthly event was established by Port Townsend School of the Arts faculty member Rick York in collaboration with photographer Chuck Moses in 2018 and has remained an enduring collaborative art group even as pandemic restrictions necessitated the move to a virtual setting.
The group meets regularly to share work, discuss photography history, technique, current trends and enjoy the community of fellow professional and aspiring photographers.
The exhibit features work by Ginny Banks, Betsy Carlson, Jeff Eichen, Kathy Fridstein, Brian Goodman, Allan Jones, Jon Kaplan, Johanna King, Kate Kinney, Gloria Lamson, Allegra McFarland, Mitchel Osborn, Nels Peterson, Lynn Sorensen, Kerry Tremain, Joe Tysl, and Rick York.
The Northwind Art Grover Gallery is open from 12 to 5 p.m. Thursday to Monday or by appointment.
Visit www.NorthwindArt.org to view and purchase the exhibit’s paintings; and browse other gallery offerings.