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Exhibit: For the Love of the Garden

May 30–July 5, 2017, artEAST Art Center
Reception Sunday, June 11, 3–5 pm

This invitational exhibition celebrates the beauty of our cultivated and nourished spaces. We are excited to feature both indoor and outdoor artwork, including a living sculpture.

Artemis, Jenifer Wright

The exhibition also includes a special display of “Artemis” and “Apeiron,” life-size figurative sculptures.

“Artemis” is a living sculpture constructed by Jenifer Wright with reclaimed steel and plants native to our Northwest climate. Because of the natural elements in this piece, “Artemis” will be on limited display during the reception.

In a statement from artist Anita Schuller and Debbie Drllevich, they explain that “Apeiron” means unlimited, and she “is breaking the chains that bind her to predetermined ideals and convention. What emerges is a woman of boundless potential.”

Participating Artists

Beth Anderson, Craig Breitbach, Denny Croston, Debbie Drllevich, Poul Erickson, Ekta Gupta, Pamela Holderman, Anne LaFever, Andrea Lewicki, Leslie Nan Moon, Bob Prowda, Julie Rackley, Carol Ross, Anita Schuller, Cathy Simpson, Judy Thomas, Catherine Thompson, Jenifer Wright, and Aiko Vail.

 


Thanks to 4Culture, City of Bellevue, City of Issaquah, Issaquah Highlands Council, Protingent Staffing, and Rowley Properties.

 

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