‘Watercolors of Paris’ on Display at WaterWorks Gallery through July

Posted July 10, 2021 at 4:31 am by

"Creperie" by Toni Santos. Contributed.

From Water­Works Gallery

For the 2021 show sea­son, the gallery con­tin­ues the con­cept of the “art aisle.” The gallery ded­i­cates a spe­cif­ic area on a month­ly basis to host a new body of work that high­lights artists from the Pacif­ic Northwest.

The gallery is pleased to present the sec­ond Art Aisle for Toni San­tos and her inspired water­col­ors of Paris through July 31.

Toni trained as an archi­tect, illus­trates and paints in a whim­si­cal and loose style. Using pen­cil and water­col­or to illus­trates and paint her beloved store­front por­traits, and the objects used in every­day ordi­nary life. This self-admit­ted Fran­cophile has a love of any­thing French.

We are cur­rent­ly open, from 10:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Tues­day through Sat­ur­day. Appoint­ments are avail­able for pri­vate viewings.

With all the good vac­ci­na­tions news, fol­low­ing the coun­ty’s cur­rent safe­ty pro­to­cols, vac­ci­nat­ed indi­vid­u­als do not need to wear a mask in the gallery. The gallery will con­tin­ue to main­tain social dis­tanc­ing and mask-wear­ing. Hand san­i­tiz­er is available.

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