Methow Arts in Twisp will host a free opening day reception on April 28, from 5:45-7 p.m., for the exhibition “Heart Songs for the timx (Heart Songs of all Living Things)” by syilx artist Michelle Jack, a member of the syilx/Northern Okanagan/Penticton Indian Band.
Jack will give a brief presentation about her work, background and inspiration. She describes herself as an abstract image maker/scholar and draws on this wide range of art forms to tell the essential stories of her people and the land. Her color palette recalls the Okanogan landscape, according to a Methow Arts press release.
Appetizers and refreshments will be served. RSVP at email@example.com. For information, visit www.methowarts.org or call (509) 997-4004. The exhibition continues through May 15.