In 2001 things heated up, between them and their art. They partnered with Mitch Everton and purchased Insights Gallery. Insights was started by Annette Williams. Due to health issues she needed to sell the business and she found the perfect trio to purchase it.
Peggy has been playing with art all her life, but in 2002 art became a main focus and more than just a hobby. When she was a small child, the family lived in the Mojave Desert, and when the sand storms came up in the afternoon she would stay inside. Instead of being bored she would draw and paint.
Madrona Grove Sculpture Exhibition by Windermere Administered by the City of Anacortes Arts Commission
Contacts: Lanny Bergner, Sculpture Exhibition Chairperson: 360-299-0514, email@example.com Gary Robinson, Anacortes Parks and Recreation Director, 360-293-1918, firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibition Dates: April 14 – December 31, 2017 Exhibition Reception Dates and Times: Saturday, April 22, 2017, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
The Anacortes Arts Commission is very pleased to announce the first annual outdoor sculpture exhibition to be held on the grounds of the Anacortes Depot Art Center and the park-like setting of the madrona grove behind the Depot Arts Center located at 611 R Avenue in downtown Anacortes, WA.
The Madrona Grove Sculpture Exhibition by Windermere will open April 14, 2017 and run through December 31, 2017. The Anacortes Arts Commission is planning an opening reception to be held in conjunction with the Anacortes Arts Festival “Spring Fest” on Saturday, April 22 from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m. The reception will include a brief opening ceremony and a chance to meet many of the artists and discuss their artistic vision and each artist’s creative process.
The nine-month exhibition features twelve sculptures selected though an open juried competition.
Little Dove by Tracy Powell, LaConner, Washington
4-Up by Jan Hoy, Coupeville, Washington
Walking Triad Fountain by Leo Osborne, Anacortes, Washington
Giraffes by Joe Treat of Bow, Washington
Ziggy by Mindi Katzman of Seattle, Washington
Silent Watcher VI by Lloyd Whannell, Freeland, Washington
The Visionary by Roger Small, Burlington, Washington
The Servant by Roger Small, Burlington, Washington
Continental Drift Number 2 by Steve Lloyd, Anacortes, Washington
Tango in Cortes 1 by Richard Nash, Oak Harbor, Washington
Glow by Dale Reiger, Greenbank, Washington
Birdwatchers by Polly Purvis, Seattle, Washington
The Madrona Grove Sculpture Exhibition is made possible in part by grants by Windermere Real Estate and the Anacortes Arts Festival.