Nurturing the Creative Spirit of Artists Throughout the Gig Harbor Area
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Skansie Netshed 7/24/2014
We are so LUCKY- Feather worked with Lita Dawn Stanton to get us access INSIDE Skansie Netshed. I would say there are 100 different paintings inside this 'shed for me- then of course, every artist would bring their own vision/style to make to possibilities endless. Feather and I painted inside, Charli Meacham and Cathie Johnson were painting out on the back deck, others came to sketch and photo, and Carlene Salazar painted Skansie Netshed from the Park Pavilion. I did a study of one little part of one wall, lit by the side windows morning light, on a brown panel. Lita Dawn wanted us to knaw that this Netshed belongs to ALL of us- and that we are welcome to come again. Hmmm... maybe this would be a good option if we get rained out later in the season?
Nestled on the western shores of Washington's Puget Sound, the Gig Harbor Peninsula has long been a magnet for artists. For nearly three decades the Peninsula Art League has supported and nurtured the area's diverse artistic community. This blog was created to showcase the works and events of the Peninsula Art League members.