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Watch 27 Methow Valley artists at work in their studios this Saturday and Sunday

Watch 27 Methow Valley artists at work in their studios this Saturday and Sunday

See art in the making this weekend (Sept. 19 and 20) when 27 artists in 18 studios throughout the Methow Valley open their doors to the public. Artists will provide demonstrations of works in process along with finished art works for sale. Participating artists include painters, fiber and textile artists, ceramicists, woodworkers, photographers, jewelers, metal...
Feelings articulated through color, line and form in ‘ARTiculated by Hand’

Feelings articulated through color, line and form in ‘ARTiculated by Hand’

The new exhibit at Winthrop Gallery, “ARTiculated by Hand: New Work From Paula Christen, Linda Harvey, Kathy Meyers and Linda Wick,” opens today (June 24) and runs through Aug. 3. The summer show “celebrates made-by-hand original art,” according to Winthrop Gallery’s head of …
Arts briefs: June 17, 2015

Arts briefs: June 17, 2015

Teen art camp at TwispWorks Laura Gunnip of Door No. 3 Print Studio and Matt Armbrust of the Methow Valley Clay Art Center are combining forces to offer an intensive three-day teen art camp from June 24-26 at TwispWorks. Daily sessions run from 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. There will an exhibition of students’ works on the...
Arts briefs: Feb. 12, 2014

Arts briefs: Feb. 12, 2014

This week: Cacadia offers scholarships, Winter jazz, Confluence explors definition of 'woman', Christen on cover

Arts briefs: Jan. 22, 2014

This week:
Kids' art parties at Confluence Gallery
Global hip-hop at the Barn
Exhibit at The Studio
Dog & cat photo contest
Watercolor classes
Arts shorts

Arts shorts

Basket art Mary Ann Larson of Winthrop talks about her intricate process of weaving baskets from pine needles and grasses as she displays her wares, along with obsidian knives made by her husband, at Saturday’s Farmers Market in Twisp. Larson spends winters in Arizona, and when she returns to the valley each spring is greeted...