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Phinney Center Gallery Opening: PNA Member, Volunteer & Staff Show
Friday, July 12, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Come view the talents within our own PNA community! This show will feature 27 works by PNA members, volunteers, and staff, anonymously selected by a jury.
Join us for the opening reception during the ArtUp PhinneyWood Art Walk to meet the artists, enjoy refreshments, take in the tunes of the Bellvue UKE’sters, and maybe even purchase your favorite piece!
The show will be on display July 11- August 16.
Nico Inzerella, Crates. Chicha wheat paste on wood
with gold leaf, oil, acrylic, and latex, 24″ x 24″
Mary Lou Dickerson, Magic at English Bay,
Oil on wood panel, 16″ x 20″
Bella Hettrick (Citizen Rosebud),
St George, Hero. Acrylic on cardstock paper, 12″ x 14″
Meet the Jury
Thanks to our amazing volunteer jury for their thoughtful hours curating our show!
Jenna Boitano is the Co-Founder/Executive Director of Seattle ReCreative – a creative reuse and art center that promotes creativity, community, and environmental stewardship. Since its inception in 2014, Seattle ReCreative has diverted more than 237 tons of material from the landfill and provided tens of thousands of community members with art-making experiences. She has a deep knowledge of the non-profit sector and has worked with populations ranging from adult literacy learners to youth in the juvenile justice system. Jenna is actively involved in the Seattle community. She is a member and Past President of the Junior League of Seattle and currently serves as the Artist in Residence Coordinator for her children’s school.
Robynne Raye is the Co-founder of Modern Dog Design Co. and an Associate Professor of Design at Cornish College of the Arts. Robynne co-founded Seattle-based Modern Dog Design Co. in 1987, an internationally acclaimed design and illustration studio. Her posters have been exhibited internationally, are in the archives of major libraries, and are collected by museums worldwide. Robynne has lectured extensively about design and design issues, as well as led workshops around the world. She is the co-author of “Modern Dog, 20 Years of Poster Art” and “Inside the World of Board Graphics: Skate, Surf, Snow” and author of “1000 Dog Portraits.” Robynne also creates the PhinneyWood BIG One Art Walk posters every year.
Walter Share is a Seattle artist. In his words: “All my paintings in my cards and calendars are watercolors, oils or digital paintings. I have studied and painted since childhood: in Michigan, where I was born, Ann Arbor and Boston where I went to school and in Alaska and Seattle where I’ve lived the last 35 years. I am very fortunate to make my living painting in this beautiful place. In addition to all the paintings, I do all my own printing and binding of cards or calendars in my Seattle studio, with the help of my wonderful wife, June, to ensure that I get the colors and quality I want. I print on acid-free paper with fade-resistant inks.”