Art display by local teachers, students

For the next month, the city of Enumclaw, 4Culture of King County and Arts Alive! will present an exhibition of current works by students of local art class teachers.

  • Friday, October 6, 2017 9:45am
  • Life

For the next month, the city of Enumclaw, 4Culture of King County and Arts Alive! will present an exhibition of current works by students of local art class teachers.

The display opens Thursday and will continue through Oct. 31 at Enumclaw City Hall.

The exhibit will feature artworks in oil, watercolor and pastel by students who attend classes at the Arts Alive! Gallery in Enumclaw. They are instructed by Lorrie Maras, Patricia Doyle, Elaine Lynest and Helma Raycher.

Enumclaw arts commissioners invited the teachers and their students to exhibit in Gallery 2017 to share the artwork being done and the kind of classes offered locally for adults interested in improving their art skills. Arts commissioners include Anne Crandall, Janet Berthon, Elaine Lynest, Patricia Doyle and Jody Olson.

The exhibit includes artworks by Bertha Moore, Susan Taylor, Janet Berthon, Pearl Sidhu, Patricia Doyle, Christine Eiede, Elisa Ludviksen, Patricia Garrett, Nancy Hoksbergen, Bonnie Larson, Sallie Box, Patricia Dutil, Wanda McArthur, Laurel LaFon, Lorrie Maras, Denise Clardy, Laura Deck, Lorrie Maras and Elaine Lynest.

Gallery 2017 is in council chambers at Enumclaw City Hall, 1339 Griffin Ave. Hours for the exhibition are 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

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