Holiday Art Show

Posted December 1, 2021 at 5:50 am by

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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Help spread the word about Hol­i­day Open House & Art Show via social media: #fri­day­harbo­rate­lier
Tag us on Insta­gram: @fridayharboratelier — and fol­low your favorite artists!

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