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New Work

June 4th - June 27th
Artist Reception : Saturday, June 5th, 2- 4 pm
Lantern Making Workshop : Sunday June 27th, 1-3 pm


Julie Paschkis, The Crossing, gouache on paper, 18 x 14 in

This well known Northwest painter, children’s book author, illustrator and designer shares her work from the past year. A year of solitude and studio time. Gouache and paper are Paschkis’s main media in this exhibit, and sometimes pin holes. Paschkis states:  "This past year of the pandemic was strange. For me it included lots of solitude and studio time. The work in this show comes out of my experiences of last year. Some of the paintings were in reaction to what was going on, and some were an escape to the imagination."


Please join us

Saturday, June 5th we will be having an Opening Reception for the artist from 2-4 pm. A canopy tent will be in place out by the Tweets lawn area. The inside of the gallery will be regulated by state mandates for masks, capacity allowed, and door will be left open. Overflow and people who want to socialize within outdoor restrictions can do so by the canopy tent.


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Julie Paschkis, Back in the Saddle,gouache and pinholes on paper, 16.5 x 19 in

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