Understanding the Artist and the Work

Posted April 25, 2019 at 5:47 am by

Mary Coss — James Arzente photo

You may have dri­ven by the San Juan Islands Muse­um of Art (SJIMA) recent­ly at night and seen the glow­ing blue art that resem­bles a pelvic bone and won­dered why the artist, Mary Coss cre­at­ed this piece.

On Sat­ur­day, May 4 from 1–2:30, at SJIMA, Mary Coss will give a gallery walk describ­ing her process and the inspi­ra­tion for her work. The walk will be fol­lowed by a slide pre­sen­ta­tion of her pri­or works and pub­lic art.

While there vis­it the MY WAR: Wartime Pho­tographs by Viet­nam Vet­er­ans and A War Nev­er Ends by San Juan Coun­ty Viet­nam veterans.

Admis­sion is free to mem­bers and those 18 and under and veterans.

Coss’ talk is includ­ed in the nor­mal muse­um admis­sion of $10.

Muse­um hours are Fri­day-Mon­day 11–5 with Pay As Your Can Mon­days.   SJIMA is locat­ed at 540 Spring Street in Fri­day Har­bor, WA. For more infor­ma­tion, vis­it: www.sjima.org

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