October show at Gallery at Town Center Lake Forest Park

Monday, October 15, 2018

The Gallery at Town Center Presents: 
May Kytonen and Sonya Lang

October 2 - November 10, 2018

The Gallery at Town Center is exhibiting a selection of works by Fiber/Mixed Media Artist May Kytonen and Photographer Sonya Lang. See these works and the creations of over 90 other local artists during gallery hours: Tuesday – Saturday, Noon to 5pm.

May Kytonen

May Kytonen is a visual artist based in Spokane, Washington, creating paper sculptures sourced from her mixed Taiwanese heritage. She first became intrigued by the fine art world while exploring fibers at the University of Washington in Seattle, subsequently earning a degree in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts in 2012.

Since then, she has exhibited regionally throughout the Pacific Northwest, and was recently awarded an Artist Trust GAP grant in 2017. May’s current body of work is an exploration of Asian-American identity, strength within fragility, and connection.

Sonya Lang

Sonya Lang began exploring the world through the lens at an early age and is inspired by shapes, lines and textures. She enjoys using the digital darkroom to create her vision and loves to share her slightly exaggerated view of the world as she see it.

Sonya has won numerous awards with her Beautiful Zoo collection. Her Seattle roots still captivate this prolific photographer and she continues to spend countless hours at her most favorite place, Woodland Park Zoo, striving to capture that intimate moment between animal and viewer.

Her love of photography doesn’t stop with animals, she takes every opportunity to photograph anything and everything which is evident upon visiting her website.

The Gallery at Town Center is a program of the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council and is located inside the Lake Forest Park Town Center on the lower level. 17171 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park 98155.

The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.


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