Northwind Arts Center, (a 501(c)(3) non profit organization), the peninsula's visual, literary and performance art hub, presents
Small Expressions 18 – A Juried Exhibit of Extraordinary Smaller Works of Art
Dec. 5 - Dec. 30 – Northwind Arts Center's 18th annual presentation of extraordinary smaller works. Come celebrate small works, support artists and Northwind by making the ARTS a part of your gift giving this season.
JUROR DEANNA PINDELL
Deanna Pindell creates ecologically-focused public art and installation sculpture, and she believes passionately that the arts can play important roles in creating a more just society and in addressing the ecological crisis of our world.
She has worked internationally in Cambodia, Australia, and Canada; she teaches studio art and art history, including Northwest Coast Indigenous art history at Olympic College, Peninsula College, and Bard College/Jefferson Clemente. Major awards include a Robinson Grant, McColl Center for Visual Art Environmental Residency, and Puffin Grant. Publications include Antennae: Journal of Nature in Visual Art.
Jurors Talk – Sunday, December 8th – 1:00 P.M.
Title: The "Butterfly Effect" through Art
Even the smallest artistic expressions can have a rippling impact in building connections and community. Let's consider the works in this exhibit in connection with larger art objects and events in our community, such as the recent Totem Pole raising, the Marine Science Center, the Wearable Art show, and so many more that have helped to make Port Townsend a strong community.