Gallery at Town Center artists' reception March 12, 5-7pm

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

For the next 6 weeks the artwork of Gena Reebs and Braden Duncan grace the walls of the Gallery at Town Center in Lake Forest Park.

Join the Arts Council for an artists' reception, Thursday, March 12, from 5pm-7pm.

See these works and the creations of all our artists during gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday, Noon-5pm. The Gallery at Town Center is a non-profit gallery committed to supporting artists, arts education, and assessable arts for all. This show runs from February 24 - April 4, 2015.

"Sophie Bilberry's Rocker" by Gena Reebs

Gena Reebs creates colorful photos of landscapes and the natural world. She explores the art of seeing and vivid perception, making abstract images of light, texture, line and form.

Reebs has studied with National Geographic and award-winning photographers since 2009. She has participated in classes and workshops at Pacific Northwest Art School, Creative Live and several community colleges.

Her fine art photos have been accepted, exhibited and sold in numerous juried art shows, including Edmonds Arts Festival. Her images have won awards, including People’s Choice Award in the Shoreline Arts Festival and Honorable Mention at the Kenmore Art Show.

Reebs is the Photography Chair for the Shoreline Arts Festival and facilitator of the local P3 (Pure Perception Photography) group. She is a member of the Puget Sound Camera Club, and will begin serving as Vice President in June. She also belongs to the Photographic Society of America, NW Lens, Eastside Camera Club, Northwest Nature and Wildlife Photography Group and the Seattle Photoshop User Group.

Born and raised in Kansas, Reebs moved to the Emerald City in 1977. She shoots images in the Pacific Northwest, throughout the U.S. and around the world. Her next adventure is a photo safari in Africa this August.

"Nuts & Bolts" by Braden Duncan

Braden Duncan is an artist and curator by trade, imperfect by choice, and a cog in the machine of human mythology by default.

She draws her inspiration from the peculiar minutiae of the human form, symbolism and mythology, the empty spaces left by missing friends, and the intricate elegance created by the convergence of biological and mechanical elements.

She is the co-founder of the non-profit Seattle Arts Coalition, writer of the Art Scene Seattle art walk blog, a resident artist at Echo Echo Gallery, and a member of the international Red Siren Artist Collective. She lives and works in Seattle; and regularly assists with curating, art installation, event coordination, and marketing for a number of art spaces around the Northwest.

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to nurture all of the arts in the community through programs and events, arts education, advocacy, and support for artists and arts organizations. Proceeds from the Gallery at Town Center help fund these programs and events.


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