Rob Schouten Gallery presents “The Third Dimension” Sculpture Show in March

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February 24, 2015It may not yet be the dawning of Aquarius into the fifth dimension, but we’ve got “ The Third Dimension” right here. Step into Rob Schouten Gallery’s March sculpture show, “The Third Dimension,” which opens Friday, March 6 and runs through March 30.  Walk through the gallery and sculpture garden and let artists Penelope Crittenden, Dan Freeman, Sharon Spencer and Lloyd Whannell take you to places you haven’t ventured lately. Take the time to stand still in front of these sculptures; take a long look and let the third dimension sink in.

Sharon Spencer's "The Embrace," bronze. / Photo courtesy of the artist

Sharon Spencer’s “The Embrace,” bronze  (photo courtesy of the artist)

Each of these sculptors explores unique figures, forms and processes, and each follows their own instincts using a variety of materials: stone, bronze, metal, wood, color. Exploring the craft, each creates their own singular artistic atmosphere, including the spiritual, whimsical, beautiful, rusty, feathered, angular, round, tall, small, large, inside, outside, sharp, sweet, strong, symbolic and curious.

Dan Freeman's "Red Maquette," painted aluminum, stainless steel, maple. / Photo courtesy of the artist

Dan Freeman’s “Red Maquette,” painted aluminum, stainless steel, maple   (photo courtesy of the artist)

This March the gallery is full of three-dimensional objects inside and out, created for your contemplation and your pleasure. Come on over and step out of the everyday into “The Third Dimension.”
Penelope Crittenden's "Dynamite Torso," British Columbia chlorite. / Photo courtesy of the artist

Penelope Crittenden’s “Dynamite Torso,” British Columbia chlorite  (photo courtesy of the artist)

We’d love for you to also join us for light refreshments and a chance to meet the sculptors from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, March 6 during Greenbank Farm’s “First Friday at the Farm” event, when the Farm’s  galleries, shops, cafe and market welcome visitors to enjoy a relaxed afternoon of fine art, good food, lively conversation and the exquisite natural beauty of this special place.

Lloyd Whannell's "Silent Moment," walnut, cast glass. / Photo courtesy of the artist

Lloyd Whannell’s “Silent Moment,” walnut   (photo courtesy of the artist)

Rob Schouten Gallery, a premier showcase for Whidbey Island and Northwest artists, is located at historic Greenbank Farm on scenic Whidbey Island. March gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends. Tuesdays and Wednesdays by appointment only. For further information, call 360-222-3070 or visit
(Pictured at top is a closeup of Sharon Spencer’s “The Embrace,” bronze.)

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