ART EXHIBITION  
Opens November 4th, First Friday Gallery Cruise 5:00-8:00pm
Runs through November 27th  (free)
The gallery presents an art exhibition “Indigenous Art of the Salish Sea”,  a group show of Native American artists from or working in the Salish sea region; paintings, prints, and glasswork, including work by Dan Friday Kwul Kwul Tw. Most people are familiar with formline art of the Alaskan coastal artists. The Salish Sea artists of our region have their own unique style. Collaborating with Stonington Gallery (Seattle) and local native artists, the exhibition introduces the viewer to the wide variety art styles, both traditional and contemporary, created by Salish Sea artists. 
 
ARTIST TALK - DAN FRIDAY KWUL KWUL TW
Sunday, November 6th, 4:00pm (ticketed event, youth are free) 
In conjunction with the art exhibition, artist Dan Friday (Lummi Nation) will be presenting an artist talk.  “A Salish Sea Story” is a Pacific Northwest experience, where history and contemporary art intersect. Dan Friday is a Native of the Lummi Nation and a lifelong resident of Washington State’s Puget Sound region. Drawing from cultural themes and using modern processes, Friday’s work is contemporary in format while maintaining basic Native American qualities. Dan has spent the past two decades working with artists such as Dale Chihuly, Paul Marioni, and Preston Singletary. Friday lives in Seattle, where he maintains an independent glass studio. His work can be found in collections around the world. He is also a contestant in season 3 of Netflix's glass blowing competition show "Blown Away".
 
Dan Friday Talk Tickets 
 
VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE EXHIBITION
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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