Galleries and Exhibitions
LAG: MEMBERS' ART EXHIBITION
Lopez Center for Community and the Arts
Lopez Center for Community and the Arts
204 Village Road
Lopez Island, WA 98261
360.468.2203
director@lopezcenter.org

The lobby and meeting room of Lopez Center for Community and the Arts continuously exhibits works by various Lopez artists.

http://www.lopezcenter.org
Jun. 28, 2019 - Aug. 28, 2019: Sheila Metcalf, Bruce Richardson, Barbara Nepom, Rick Wigre
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Sheila Metcalf, Moonlight on Mesa Verde

The LAG sponsored Art Exhibit featuring
Textiles by Sheila Metcalf, Sculpture by Bruce Richardson, Mixed Media by Rick Wigre, and Textiles by Barbara Nepom. The Exhibition will be available to view from Friday, June 28th and will run through August 28th, 2019 at the Lopez Center for Community the Arts in Lopez Village.

The Center is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from
10:00-2:00pm and Fridays from 11:00-3:00pm. The art show will continue to be displayed through January 27th, 2019.

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Sheila Metcalf, Lily Pond at Dusk
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Bruce Richardson, Basalt Eagle
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Bruce Richardson, Steatite Puffin
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Barbara Nepom, Slightly Scully
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Rick Wigre, Bird 7
News
Lopez Artist Guild 2019 Scholarship Recipient: Uma Anderson Chopra
A $1,000.00 Shirley Wright Scholarship for a Graduating High School Senior has been awarded by Lopez Artist Guild to Uma Anderson Chopra. She has created art all her life. She has focused on botanical drawing, figure studies, watercolor, batik, pottery and sculpture. This year she created a community art piece to "raise awareness of the impact our body image has on our lives." The project consists of three life size clay sculptures of women, multiple interviews, surveys and a paper on the psychological effects of body image. She wants women to feel more confident and strong in their bodies.

Uma will be graduating from Lopez High School and continuing on to Point of View Tattoo School in Portland.

The LAG Scholarship and Grant Committee along with the LAG Membership is proud to be able to award Uma this scholarship.
Classes and Workshop
Jul. 17, 2019
CREATING PATTERNS WORKSHOP
Instructor: Rick Wigre
This class will explore the world of patterns. Patterns are all around us in man-made objects to all things in nature. Students will explore and create patterns that use: simplicity, symmetry, tiling and tessellations. Anyone can create and design with patterns from the non-artists to advanced artists. Class is taught by R&R Studios, Rick and Rocky Wigre.

For more information and registration call (360) 468 4117.
Opportunities
A LIBRARY'S PLACE IS AT THE HEART OF A COMMUNITY
On Lopez Island
The Lopez Island Library is excited to announce a call for original artworks to be featured in a community art exhibit at the Library with the theme "A Library's Place is at the Heart of a Community." The Lopez Library welcomes any artworks created in response to this theme, especially anything that is reading or book related, depicts the Lopez Library facility and/or grounds, or offers a creative visual interpretation of what you love about this or any library in your life. All artistic media will be accepted, with the guideline that the work must be able to be safely hung or affixed temporarily to the Library's walls. All works will be celebrated, and additionally one work will be selected as a "winner" through a community voting process. The winning artist will receive a $100 prize. All ages and artistic experience levels are encouraged to participate. The Lopez Library hopes to include all submissions, but reserves the right to refuse to exhibit any works deemed inappropriate.

To participate, please submit a digital image of your artwork (in JPEG format) to Malia Sanford, Library Programs and Art Coordinator, at malia@lopezlibrary.org. The deadline to submit is Wednesday, September 4th. The opening reception for the exhibit will be held on Friday, October 4th and will be on view at the Library until Thursday, November 15th. Proudly supported by the Friends of the Lopez Library.