Nurturing the Creative Spirit of Artists Throughout the Gig Harbor Area
Monday, June 15, 2015
The Knapp Estate June 18
Lunch On the deck
It was "party on the patio" when a few artists gathered beneath dueling umbrellas for a spot of lunch after the morning session of last weeks event between Donkey Creek and Austin Estuary. It started with a wee bit of overcast before doing it's typical mid morning burn off for sunshine. After lunch we returned to creating just a short strole down the street in the Finholm area for a 2nd afternoon session. I was solicited by a shop owner who is very interested in having artists demo/work there on Thursdays from 4-7. They would be welcomed to sell thier artwork/no commission. If you have an interest contact me and I'll get you hooked up.
View from the shore in Cromwell
This week (after the Gig Harbor Garden pre-tour on Sunday) you might be interested to work in our 1st garden of the season, begining with Anne and Robert Knapp's place. You will find an abundance of lovingly created spaces including, a garden, flowers, pond and no lack of birds... if you can paint that fast. Within a short distance the Cromwell waterfront is also accessible if your looking for a more vast scene . Stay tuned as your hostess, Anne, will post more info/directions/pictures soon.
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.