Artist of the Month
The Port Ludlow Art League’s jeweler consortium will exhibit their work at the Port Ludlow Sound Community Bank in May. Eleven jewelers, each working with distinctive gemstones, beads, and metals will present a wide range of beautiful pieces that is sure to capture your imagination.
Jeweler of the Month Pamela Raine
In addition to the Port Ludlow Art League’s Jeweler Dream Team, Pamela Raine’s jewelry is spotlighted at the Port Ludlow Art Gallery. Pamela recently traveled to Southeast Asia and brought back a collection of abalone from Vietnam and antiques from the night market at Luang Prabang, Laos. Pamela is inspired by her travels and weaves those experiences into her jewelry. Meet the Artists You can meet these talented artists at the Port Ludlow Art League’s Second Wednesday Reception on May 9th in the lobby of the Port Ludlow Sound Community Bank from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. and next door at the Port Ludlow Art Gallery from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Art Fest Instructors’ Exhibit
Port Ludlow Art League’s Art Fest is scheduled for Saturday, May 5, 2018 at the Port Ludlow Bay Club. There will be a wide slate of art classes to choose from with both morning and afternoon sessions. Many Port Ludlow artists have generously donated their time and talents to teach the various art classes. The Art Fest instructors’ work will be on display at The Port Ludlow Bay Club in May. Participating artists include (in alphabetical order): Annie Danberg Annie is a lifelong artist, in addition to being a marriage and family healing therapist. Visual journaling has been her passion and primary art form since 2004. Annie resides in the San Francisco bay area, where she leads classes that use creative expression as a vehicle for achieving psychological insight, personal growth, and creative freedom. Annie believes that artists, scientists, poets, philosophers, and explorers have historically used a journal to investigate and chronicle their inner lives and outer worlds. Judy Danberg Judy has been crafting jewelry for over 20 years and is drawn to beads that have a history. Some of her jewelry feature trade beads from the 1800s, French gold beads from the 1750s,Victorian glass lamp pulls from Venice, and vintage Swarovski crystals, all incorporated into modern settings.