From now through Sept. 22, the Lynnwood Library Gallery will feature artwork by Robert M. Small and Adele B. Eustis.
Robert M. Small
Robert found true attraction to the vibrant colors and the spontaneous variety in the art of RAKU. The Raku process dates back to the early 1600’s in East Asia. Raku has the unique quality in that no two clay art pieces turn out the same. Thus, each clay art piece is original and unique in its own way. Robert truly enjoys the challenge of combining nature’s scenic beauty and colors to the world of clay……through the Raku process. Robert is a member of the Cascade Clay Artists (CCA), exhibits his work in two galleries, the Made in Washington Stores, and various local shows.
Adele B. Eustis
Adele exhibits frequently in the Puget Sound area, such as at the Shift Gallery in Seattle, and Winthrop Gallery in Winthrop. She studied both fine arts and linguistics. Here is how she describes her creative process: “In my art work, my hands develop an idea using color and line. When I write the same sentiments move through my heart as words. In my oil paintings, I let paint be paint and work with the immediacy of the color.” Find out more at www.adele55.com
There is no admission charge for the gallery.