Island photographer Lori Kay likes shapes. The more repetitive the shape is, the better. They grab her attention as does color, especially the wildly saturated colors of the spectrum.
Eight years ago, island painter Pam Ingalls hung a portrait exhibition called “Facing Vashon” at The Hardware Store Restaurant gallery.
This is supposed to be a review of the Vashon High School musical “The Drowsy Chaperone,” pointing out the flaws and highlights of the production. But I am going to open this critique with a simple declaration: This show is pure fun!
Vashon student musicians will open Sharing the Stage’s 11th concert for the headline band The Young Evils this weekend.
For over three decades, Northern Ireland musician Maurice Dickson has performed around the globe for audiences ranging from 50 to 500 people. Twice, the virtuoso guitar player has appeared on Vashon to sold-out houses. Dickson will return for a third concert Saturday at the Open Space for Arts & Community.
The second stop on the Art Studio Tour map lists a spot where a mother-and-son duo — a retired art teacher and a provocative local artist — are showing their eclectic work together for the first time.