Island Artists Host Holiday Show And Sale

By The Friday Harbor Atelier 

The studio artists at The Friday Harbor Atelier are hosting a creative way to share art during the unique challenges of the 2020 holiday season with a Holiday Art Sale and Exhibit from Friday, Nov. 27 through Jan. 1, 2021, at the Friday Harbor Atelier, 313 Spring Street. 

Friday Harbor Atelier is a group of independent artists who work collaboratively to share the artistic processes and products with their local community of the San Juan Islands in Washington state and beyond. The facility consists of a large exhibit and workshop space and nine artist studios.

In light of keeping spirits up in the community and sharing their local handcrafted works for holiday gift-giving, this artist group decided to create virtual gift opportunities, and host select private studios and exhibit hours for individuals to visit, or options for private appointments, with masks required, in order to stay in compliance with recent state safety guidelines.

Enter to win a print of “Beach Rock Tide Pool,” by Debbie Daniels.

There will also be a virtual raffle announced online how to enter to win an exclusive metal print of “Beach Rock Tide Pool,” by Debbie Daniels.

Shoppers from anywhere can view available items on the event’s Facebook page, their Instagram page @FridayHarborAtelier, or the studio artists’ online shopping portal and contact the artist’s work of their choice.  All artists accept online payment options and can arrange for pick up, shipping or delivery.

⁠New artworks will be featured by artists Shannon Borg, Winnie Brumsickle, Shannon Bailey, Debbie Daniels, Alison Engle, Anna Hillukka, Pamela Hoke, Lisa Lamoreaux, Jan Murphy and Teresa Smith. 

Unique holiday gifts will be available from all artists. In addition, there will be 30 percent off print-on-demand ordering options available by the Atelier Artists at the event or online using Code ARTMAGIC30 through the holidays.

⁠For more information, visit the Friday Harbor Atelier Holiday Art Sale and Show page.

 

Posted on November 20, 2020 at 5:30 am by

Categories: Arts, Community

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