The Confluence: Art in Twisp opens a new exhibit in the Main Gallery — “Twisp River: A Sense of Place” — on Saturday (June 18) with an opening reception from 5-7 p.m.
Curators for the exhibit are Merry Maxwell and Caryl Campbell. According to a press release from The Confluence, “The Twisp River brings life to upland great basin habitats as it rushes toward the Methow and Columbia Rivers; spring, fall, winter, or summer; it is a place of farming, family, and a living place that links valleys in the Cascade Mountains.”
Also opening Saturday in the Community Gallery is an exhibit by Jessica daCosta entitled “Ancient Elementals.”
According to The Confluence’s website, “daCosta explores the elemental forces of nature through sculptural paintings on repurposed copper panels and copper sheet; a visual storytelling of dreams steeped in the symbolism of ancient origins.”
Both exhibits continue through July 30. The gallery is at 104 S. Glover St. For information, visit www.confluencegallery.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (509) 997-2787.