2014 Froggwell Biennale:  An Invitational Exhibit of Fine Art

Posted in Member News, Visual Art

July 23, 2014

The artists are all set up and ready to go at the Froggwell Gardens for the Seventh Froggwell Art Invitational. Over a dozen  returning and new artists will be displaying an impressive variety of original sculptures, paintings and prints.

command central at the Froggwell biennale

New prints and paintings are up on the walls at Froggwell

Freeland, WA
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 1 – Sunday Aug. 3

Please join us at this enchanting private home and garden setting for an intimate look at work created by these specially invited artists.

Artists are: Buffy Cribbs, Bruce Morrow, Anne Belov, Gail Gwinn, Teresa Saia, Linnane Armstrong, Sue Taves, Dan Freeman, Sharon Spencer, Marianne Brabanski and Bridget Fisher.

We will continue the tradition of artist demonstrations of their work process. Sue Taves will be demonstrating some of her stone carving techniques and Linnane Armstrong will demonstrate woodblock printing.

Linnane Armstrong woodblock print in process, photo by Linnane Armstrong.

Linnane Armstrong woodblock print in process  (photo by Linnane Armstrong)

The show will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday (August 1-3).

Located at Froggwell Gardens, 5508 Double Bluff Road, Freeland, WA on beautiful Whidbey Island. Please be aware that parking is limited at peak hours so we advise carpooling. There will be people available to help with parking.

Come and enjoy the art in the serene and private home and garden that is Froggwell, an island treasure.  Find out more at http://froggwell.wordpress.com

The Froggwell Gardens awaiting the show

The Froggwell Gardens awaiting the show (photo courtesy of Anne Belov)

Directions: From Hwy. 525 heading north toward Freeland: turn right onto Double Bluff Rd, then turn left into the THIRD Driveway.  Park as directed.

For information about the show, email us at: froggwellbiennale@gmail.com.

(Photo at the top: Sculpture by Dan Freeman, photo by Anne Belov)

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