April 2015

Join us on First Friday April 3.

Arts shine through April shower
Featured artists of the month of April are Carol Janda, veteran painter, potter and teacher, and Janine Hegy, dynamic sculptor, working with wood, stone, metal and more. Their unique work in the front windows will take viewers to the world of fine arts filled with joy.  Join the opening of the new exhibit, rain or shine.
 

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Carol Janda

2 Bird Ladies by Carol Janda

2 Bird Ladies by Carol Janda

View Thru the Trees by Carol Janda

View Thru the Trees by Carol Janda

 

 

Janine Hegy

Black Seahorse by Janine Hegy

Black Seahorse by Janine Hegy

Burst- etched silver 5 by Janine Hegy

Burst- etched silver 5 by Janine Hegy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Student Artist of the Month for April is Elise Beuke.

 

 

 

 

 

 Carol Janda

Painter, potter and teacher, Carol Janda is the featured artist at Blue Whole for the month of April.  It is my good luck and pleasure to be involved with the various aspects of the arts and the development of unique, creative work.  I hope to develop the ideas, sketches and clay pieces that have been kicked around over many years of study and work.   Blue Whole Gallery and my colleagues there have been an inspiration.  Follow me on claythingsplus@blogspot.com which links to Face Book, Sequim Arts and Blue Whole.

 

Janine Hegy

 Sometimes I just seem to drag my feet, to almost fight the process.  While at other times, I can hardly wait-to get the idea on paper or the carving started. Then the phone rings and clients bring new ideas, projects and an injection of creation. I love being their hands, making something they have been contemplating.  .  I kept seeing a finished image in my mind, and felt a great relief to see it in rock. Or the curved bench that every time I walked through my studio I would glimpse it and think how lovely it could be.  At times like these I feel my feet and heart dance with possibility.