Holiday Art Show

11 San Juan Island Artists Offer New Works at the Friday Harbor Atelier’s Holiday Art Show

The public is invited to a Holiday Open House on Friday, December 3rd from 4:00 – 7:00 pm

“This year more than ever, we want to celebrate local small businesses and encourage islanders to give the gift of handmade art for the holidays,” says artist Debbie Daniels.

The artists of the Friday Harbor Atelier (313 Spring St., Friday Harbor), invite the public to a (socially distanced and masked) Holiday Open House and Art Show on Friday, December 3rd, from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. The show will be on display through January 1st, 2022.

The 11 artists involved will be on hand to open their studios – “where the magic happens” – and each will have a wall of recent works to offer for sale.

Some of the artists have taken on a “25 Days of Smalls” challenge in November and December, painting small pieces in order to count down to the holidays like an artistic advent calendar. The paintings that weren’t sold during the online challenge will be featured at the Holiday Art Show.

Member artists of the Atelier (ah-tell-yay’, French for “studio”) include: Jenny Banks, Shannon Borg, Mary Bruce, Kim Bruder, Winnie Brumsickle, Debbie Daniels, Alison Engle, David Harsh, Pam Hoke, Lisa Lamoreaux, Jan Murphy, Teresa Smith and Dolly Sundstrom.

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Friday Harbor Atelier is an independent group of artists working in a common studio space in the downtown area of the charming port town of Friday Harbor in the San Juan Islands of Washington State. We provide affordable private studio spaces, an open studio space, showcase art, and host classes, workshops and exhibitions.

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Tag us on Instagram: @fridayharboratelier – and follow your favorite artists!

Posted on December 1, 2021 at 5:50 am by

Categories: Arts, Business, People

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