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The Acoma Pueblo located west of Albuquerque is known for its intricately designed pottery, an art form dating back 1,200 years. On a recent visit to the pueblo, island photographer Kim Farrell fell in love with a certain piece of Acoma pottery but found inspiration in the hands that created it.
Community Events, September 2015
Andie Styner, who showed her photography in the exhibit “Eye of the Beholder” at The Hardware Store Restaurant last month, will open her Roobiblue Studio to “continue the experience.”
Island artist Ted Kutscher will exhibit new work in a show called “The Light in Places I Like” at the Fountainhead Gallery in Seattle for the month of September.
Island artist Kathy Johnson became fascinated with dolls at an early age. Not the typical baby doll with a cherubic face or a Barbie doll sporting infamous body proportions. Rather Johnson’s focus landed on dolls from around the world, dolls she understood to be cultural icons.
Clinton Fearon returns to Vashon for a free concert in Ober Park from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday.