Our Sky’s The Limit art show opened at Columbia Winery on the 5th of January with our kickoff party on the 8th. The place was packed!
People were tasting wine and having wonderful conversations!
Artists were onsite and were giving tours, and art was sold!
The show is open until March 30,2016,we move out on March 31st!
Between now and then if anyone wants a private tour with a complementary wine tasting just give me a shout!
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Special Thanks to my great group of artists, Margaret Van Duine, Scott Kranz and his wife Jill, Craig Wellbrock,Judy Salas,Ricco DiStefano,Carol Ross,Ken Vensel,Greg Barto & Debbie Drllevich from The Green River Community College Welders. Extra special thanks to all our wonderful guests who made the trek out on cold winter night to support the arts!
“A man can do only what he can do. But if he does that each day he can sleep at night and do it again the next day.”
– Albert Schweitzer
About Albert Schweitzer
Albert Schweitzer, the German medical missionary, won the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize for his humanitarian work at a hospital in French Equatorial Africa, where he treated and operated on thousands of people, including hundreds of people afflicted with leprosy. He was also an organist, famous for his interpretation of J.S. Bach’s music. Late in life, he worked with Albert Einstein and Bertrand Russell against nuclear proliferation. He was born in 1875 in Kaysersberg and died in 1965.
Yesterday was the wall hanging day at Columbia Winery.Six artists assisted me in getting the walls hung. The Sky’s the Limit is an amazing magical show!
We have glass works by Margaret Van Duine
We have hand painted feathers by Judy Salas and giant metal feathers by a Green River Community College welding student we have paintings and sculptors! Nine artists all in once place at the same time! Join the artists on Friday for conversations wine and music.
We have filled the gallery with wonderful works. All art is for sale so let me know if you see something that you have to have as I will have red dots in my pocket to make things sold. I am happy to make arrangements to deliver work to your home or business!
I hope those of you who are local can come out and see the show! Our meet the artist reception is this Friday January 8th from 4-7 and the show will run until March 30th! If you cant make it the 8th or if you want a 2nd look I am also happy to meet you at the winery for a private wine tasting and art tour just give me a shout!
“Become so wrapped up in something that you forget to be afraid.”
– Lady Bird Johnson
About Lady Bird Johnson
Claudia Alta “Lady Bird” Johnson, the wife of President Lyndon Johnson, is known for her concern for the environment. She was born in Texas in 1912. Johnson asked her to marry him seven weeks after they met. She supported his career by keeping his congressional office running after his heart attack, stumping for Democratic candidates, and visiting 33 countries as his emissary. She founded the Wildflower Research Center and worked to pass the Highway Beautification Act. She lived in Texas until her death in July 2007.
January 8th 2016 from 4-7 PM is our first quarter art show at Columbia Winery in Woodinville Washington! Show support to the arts by coming out to check out the show. Have some wine, listen to some music, talk to the artist about their work and have some more wine!
The three pieces I will be showing are below. I promise these works look much better in person!
Remnants of War
Made from old WWII missile containers
Portals to the Sky
Mister Earl Grey
Made from spoons and forks
“Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. The third is to be kind.”
– Henry James
About Henry James
American expatriate author Henry James is known for such psychologically astute, stylistically dense fiction as The Portrait of a Lady and The Turn of the Screw. He was born in 1843 in New York City, son of Henry James Sr., a noted intellectual, and brother to philosopher William James. After traveling through Europe as a young man, he settled in England. His writing often dealt with innocent, brash Americans in conflict with sophisticated Europeans. He died in 1916.
Join us for the meet the artist reception this Friday January 8th 2016, from 4-7 PM at Columbia Winery!
Feathers By,Cynthia Freese
“Action is the antidote to despair.”
– Joan Baez
About Joan Baez
American singer Joan Baez, known for her clear soprano and her belief in music as a tool for change, is widely considered the godmother of modern folk-rock. She was born in New York in 1941. She is an ardent activist, working for civil rights, nonviolence, and worker’s rights. She received the ACLU’s Earl Warren Award for her commitment to international human rights and, at the 2007 Grammy’s, was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Her music includes the chart-topping version of “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down” and the album Diamonds and Rust. She has one son.