NWDC and NBO members Dona Anderson, Danielle Bodine, and Dorothy McGuinness will be participating in a group show, “Paper Transformed,” along with other paper artists at the Northwind Arts Center in Port Townsend.
Please join the artists for the opening reception on July 4 from 5:30-8pm.
The show runs from July 3 – 26, 2015.
July 12 1-2 pm gallery talk “Why Paper?” 2-4pm demonstrations and children’s mini paper workshops
July 11, 18, 19 Adult paper workshops For workshop information: http://northwindarts.org/news/workshops/
Exhibition information: http://northwindarts.org/news/gallery-schedule/paper-transformed/
Northwind Arts Center
701 Water Street, Port Townsend, WA
Dona Anderson Garden Acorn Squash_10x16x16″
Danielle Bodine Octopodocus Sea Anemone 39”Hx9”Wx8”D
Dorothy McGuinness Satellite_12x15x12”
“Paper Transformed” is an exhibition of the work of eight Western Washington artists who transform machine and handmade paper into artist books, sculpture, jewelry, baskets and other visual objects. Dona Anderson, Mary Ashton, Danielle Bodine, Zia Gipson, Lois James, Dorothy McGuinness, Jean-Marie Tarascio and Sande Wascher-James all use paper for its inherent infinitely malleable character, not just as a substrate for traditional artists’ media. To paraphrase philosopher and communication theorist Marshall McLuhan, Paper Transformed is an exhibition where “the paper is the medium and the message.”