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Phyllis Lamphere Gallery

Formerly the Level 2 Rotating Art Gallery


From Left: Kim Kopp That Hour Before Dawn, Julie Read, Tin Can, Linda Okazaki, Studio Conversation, and Meg Kaczyk, Grandmother
Port Townsend School of Art

Faculty Exhibit

April 17, 2019 – July 7, 2019

Port Townsend School of the Art Faculty Exhibit represents the school’s mission of bringing out the artist in everyone by showing a diverse collection of paintings from four of the School’s artist-teachers.

Faculty Meg Kaczyk, Kim Kopp, Linda Okazaki and Julie Read teach fundamental and innovative techniques for students to learn new approaches to create contemporary art.

This exhibit includes their varied works on paper and canvas in acrylics, mixed media, and watercolor. Sketches and examples from class curriculum will also be on display.

Port Townsend School of the Arts welcomes students of all levels and ages in the life-long learning environment at Fort Worden State Park and at PtSA Downtown, 236 Taylor in Port Townsend.

Seattle Metals Guild

Biennial Exhibition

April 17, 2019 – July 7, 2019

Every other year the Seattle Metals Guild (SMG) produces a grand exhibition, open to all SMG members.
Mission Statement: “The Seattle Metals Guild is dedicated to promoting educational and networking opportunities for metals artists at all career levels and skill sets through lectures, workshops, social gatherings, and other enrichment opportunities, in order to strengthen our creative community.”

The Seattle Metals Guild is focused on learning. It’s about sharing information, building skills, and advancing the field of metalsmithing while broadening the horizons of its members.

Founded in 1989, they are a non-profit community of jewelers, metalsmiths, artists, makers – practitioners and metals fans of all tempers, gauges and alloys – who are excited about the traditions and contemporary possibilities of this wonderful art form.