Sculptors Workshop 50th Anniversary reception and open studio Thursday in Edmonds

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Raven by Mike O'Day
Sculptors Workshop, a non-profit arts organization located at the Francis Anderson Center in Edmonds, will be celebrating its 50th anniversary during an artist’s gallery reception and open studio experience May 18th from 5 to 8pm during Art Walk Edmonds.

Sculptors Workshop members are currently featured in a gallery show at the Frances Anderson Center, 700 Main St, Edmonds, through June 6th.

Presented by the Edmonds Arts Festival Museum and the Edmonds Arts Commission, this year’s gallery exhibit explores the simple yet complex subject of “Black and White.”

In conjunction with the gallery reception the studios, room 210 and 211, will be open to the public. You will see works in progress, demonstrations and have the opportunity for a hands on clay experience. Work generated during this open house will be finished and sold during the November 17th and 18th pottery sale. 100% of the proceeds will go to Washington Kids in Transition, a volunteer organization committed to providing basic needs to homeless children residing in Washington State.

Janet Still, director of the sculptors of room 211 offers classes in sculpture and hand building.  The potters of room 210 are a group of advanced potters and sculptors that work together as a co-op under the direction of Julie Perrine.



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