Orcas and artists at City Hall reception

Friday, April 28, 2017

Photo by Wayne Pridemore

Photos by Wayne Pridemore

Shoreline City Hall lobby was crowded at the reception for the Orca project. Sponsored by the Richmond Beach Community Association and the City of Shoreline, 22 artists displayed the orcas they had painted from the blanks provided.

Each artist spoke about their work and their inspiration.

Artist Emily Eng's orca wears its insides on its outside.
Emily is a freelance science illustrator based in Seattle. 

Dave Bloomfield's acrylic painted orca explores the Washington State's nature.
He is a visual artist and writer from the Northwest.

The largest art entered was Geoff Sherwood "Sound Transit" that features a giant octopus and a killer whale in an unlikely friendship. Geoff is a accomplished acrylic artist. 

The orcas will be on display at City Hall and then will be placed in currently undisclosed locations around the Richmond Beach neighborhood. 


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