Surface and Depth: Kappy Trigg and Tom Small at Waterworks Gallery

Surface & Depth: Kappy Trigg and Tom Small

A reception for the artists Tom Small and Kathryn Trigg will be held today, Friday, September 8th 4 -7 pm at Waterworks Gallery. The exhibit featuring Small’s Sculpture and Trigg’s Monotype Paintings, Surface Depth: St​one and Paper, will continue through September 8 – 30.
Tom Small’s sculptures are inspired directly from the land. For Tom, specific locales in the Northwest provide the vision for the work. These locals include the islands, the beaches, the rivers, and the mountains. This show will include recent drawings, carvings in stone and wood, and glass castings.
Kathryn Trigg creates alchemy using her monotypes to compose her paintings. A monotype is a unique work on paper created using a printing press. Using a colorfield approach to the art work, Kathryn combines countless layers of paint, inks and paper to the surface of wood panels. This approach creates a form of illusion within her work. As Kathy stated” Everyone needs a little magic in their lives”.
Reception for the artists Friday, September 8th 4 -7 pm.
Please join Kathryn Trigg on Saturday, September 9th for an artist walk about the show, she will be sharing her insight about the work. 11.30 am to 1.30 pm.
Please join Tom Small on Saturday, September 17th for an artist walk about where he will be sharing his insights about the work. 11.30 am to 1.30 pm.
Starting its 32nd year, WaterWorks Gallery located in Friday Harbor, San Juan Island is a contemporary light filled gallery space that continues to evolve as a gallery dedicated to showing artists from the Islands, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia. The represented artists, painters, sculptors and jewelers reflect the areas beauty, both conventional and unusual. That is the flavor of the Northwest, making WaterWorks Gallery the unique place it is.
Posted on September 8, 2017 at 12:18 pm by

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