BIRD'S-EYE VIEW

EXHIBIT DATE |January 31st - March 1st

ARTIST RECEPTION TO FOLLOW | February 1, 2020 5:00 pm

As Birds and Birders return to Skagit Valley, our 8th annual group invitational exhibition celebrates this migration. The Flex will be showcasing works of birds by Leo Osborne. Coinciding with this exhibit, The World Famous Edison Chicken Parade will be Sunday, February 23rd at high noon.

Bird’s-Eye View Artist List:
Ann Chadwick Reid, Ann Morris, Arden Charles, Bob Prowda,Brooke Borcherding, Carol Ross, Catherine Kerwick, Catherine Thompson, Chaim & Yonnah Bezalel-Levy, Christine Wardenburg Skinner, Cooper Lanza, Craig Langager, Cynthia Richardson, Dan Friday, Darlene Mindrum, David Eisenhour, Deby Harvey, Don Wesley, Eve McCauley, Graham Schodda, Hart James, Heidi Brewer-Peters, Holly Hudson, Janis Graves, Jason Provins, Jazz Morgan, Jean Behnke, Jeanne Gardner, Jennifer Eaton White, Joanne Bohannon, John Gauthier, John Robbins, Julia ‘Joules’ Martin, Julia Carpenter, Julie Sevilla Drake, Karen Abel, Karen Ford, Karen Hanrahan, Karen Willenbrink-Johnson, Kat Houseman, Kathleen Faulkner, Kris Ekstrand, Linda Okazaki, Liz Park, Lucy Mae VanZanden, Lyn Jackson, Lynn Zimmerman, Mandy Jene Turner, Marceil DeLacy, Maria Wickwire, Michael Dickter, Pamela Wachtler, Peter Fromm, Philip Carrico, Philip McCracken, Pieter VanZanden, Ree Brown, Rob Vetter, Robert Gigliotti, Roger Small, Sam McMillen, Steve Jensen, Susan Cohen Thompson, Susan Walker, Tia Matthies, Toni Ann Rust, Vikki jackson, Whitney Anderson

 

Scroll down below to view all artwork exhibited. 

FROM THE EXHIBIT

Past Exhibits

December 6 - December 22, 2019
November 1 - December 1, 2019

Tricia Stackle is an artist/designer, living and working in the Skagit Valley in Washington. Inspired by simple, geometric shapes, bold colors, and tactile materials, she is an artist and educator committed to rethinking the way people live with and relate to art and design. She is drawn to the dance between form and function and interested in creating artwork that invites both playful and therapeutic interactions for people of all ages. Whether making furniture, soft sculpture, home textiles, or mixed-media drawings, quality craftswomanship is at the forefront of her ethos of making.