Confluence Gallery and Art Center in Twisp has reopened on a limited basis, and has a new exhibit in the main gallery.
Gallery and gift shop hours are 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. Appointments for private shopping/viewing are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Visitors to the gallery are required to wear facial coverings and to practice social distancing.
Opening last weekend was Confluence’s first exhibit since the gallery closed nearly three months ago under the state’s coronavirus restrictions. “Boundaries,” originally scheduled for April and May will continue through July 18.
In their call to artists for the show, curators Marcy Stamper and Mandy Shoger encouraged artists to contemplate the varied and complex perceptions and experiences of boundaries, according to a Confluence press release.
“Artists from the Methow Valley, Okanogan County, the Pacific Northwest, and beyond responded with thought-provoking, witty, searing, and beautiful works of art,” according to the release.
Artists were invited to “explore boundaries in all their manifestations — literal, figurative, geographic, personal — and to ruminate on how boundaries have protected or burdened them,” according to the release.
For more information, visit https://www.confluencegallery.com.