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New Abstract Paintings from the Travel Series

March 3rd, 2008 (01:11 pm)

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New Naturalist Style Northwest Collage Painting

February 17th, 2008 (05:25 pm)
calm

current location: Clallam Bay
current mood: calm



I have three large paintings up this week, for about the next 5 days. This is the one chance you get to have these for about 75% off the gallery list. If they don't sell here now then I will have them in the gallery at Gallery 9 in Port Townsend if you would like to come on down and see them in person!


Original Paintings::
http://stores.ebay.com/Heather-Sky-Studio-Gallery

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Haute Coutour and Fresh Flowers

October 3rd, 2007 (02:15 pm)
current location: Clallam Bay

Two new paintings today along the lines of a series that seems to be starting up for me. Not sure yet, just following the old muses when they pop up. These two paintings are each collage on stretched canvas, 6x12". Click on each image independently to view more specifics -- you will be taken to a new page viewing the auction at eBay. I'll be putting up the other two female image pieces I did on paper in a bit. Those are currently listed at ARTBYUS.


Anyway, enough blither. Questions? Just let me know! Thanks, Chris







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Color Sensations Art Show - Port Angeles Washington

September 4th, 2007 (09:36 pm)

COLOR SENSATIONS ART SHOW
AT STUDIO BOB'S
Upstairs at:
118 1/2 E. Front Street, Port Angeles WA
415-990-0457

Featuring these Gallery 9 ARTISTS:

Ianthe Moul
Jeffery Tocher
Christine Wasankari


Reception 6:00 p.m.
Friday, September 7
Open Studio Saturday - 10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Sunday 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


Ianthe Moul has been painting for five years. Long before that she was interested in taking and developing pictures. The colors, patterns and textures of nature in her photos serve as a basis for her paintings in which she celebrates the life energy of nature. She currently lives in Port Angeles, WA., on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula. Original paintings and prints are also available in Port Townsend, WA at Gallery 9.


Jeffery Tocher's unique, boldly colored, acrylic paintings always stand out in a crowd with expressionistic stylings and humorous undertones. while many are filled with social commentary they are mostly about the artist himself. He uses local landscapes, personified animals and Iconic cultural imagery to express the things that deeply affect him, yet promise to put a smile on your face and a sense of wonder in your head. Original paintings and prints are also available in Port Townsend, WA at Gallery 9.


Christine Wasankari has an extensive art background and majored in both Illustration and Advertising Graphic Design at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in Denver, Colorado She has exhibited in Washington, Colorado, New Mexico and Wyoming and her original paintings and prints are in private and corporate collections in many parts of the US and Europe. She specializes in fauvist style landscapes, florals and abstract expressionism while utilizing
a wide range of media. She is currently living on the west end of the Olympic Peninsula in Clallam Bay. Original paintings and prints are also available in Port Townsend, WA at Gallery 9.


COLOR SENSATIONS --

For More Show details and artist websites visit::

http://wasankari.com/color-sensations-art-show.html



Thank you! ~~ Christine




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New Mixed Media Painting up for Bid - Artist Direct

June 25th, 2007 (11:28 am)
current location: Clallam Bay

A new mixed media piece representing but one piece of the deep temperate
rainforest I live in, in coastal Washington state. Love it here...but we surely
do get BIG RAIN! :-) I've got this piece available now in auction at half off
the regular list price::
Click here to go!

Talk to me, what's interesting about the piece? What do you like? Dislike? Not understand? Seriously, questions are more than welcome. Folks try to say that perspective on abstracts is objective...I beg to differ, it is quite subjective.

So feel comfortable asking about it...I really want to encourage it. :-)


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