Washington State – Artists Sunday Showcase
Featured Washington State Artists
The images in the carousel are linked to each artist’s web site. The images at the bottom are downloadable for media use.
Downloadable Images for media use.
Each image file name includes the name of the artist and the name of the work in photo.
Linda Kliewer - Gingko Vessel
Clay. Handbuilt, carved & incised. I am a clay artist interested in representing nature in an art form.
Barbara Childs - The View
Stoneware Pottery. Lidded Jar with glaze pattern "the view". Overlapping glaze combinations reflect an abstract view of the mountains to the bay in Washington's beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Enid Smith Becker - Corners of the Day
Acrylic on canvas 36" x 48" - Overlapping and intersecting imagery create an ever-changing dialogue that is not the simple depiction of a place but a reminder of our longing for nature and the concomitant complexities of our relationship with the natural world.
Tiffani Erdmanczyk - Shadow
Watercolor on paper, Mounted to wood panel, cold wax finish. Architect by day and artist by night, I am based in the Pacific Northwest and have been painting with watercolor since 2000.
Jacqueline Tribble - Through the Mist
A flock of birds navigate their way through the misty Pacific Northwest evergreen forests in the Cascade foothills, depicted here in watercolor. Jacqueline Tribble is a Pacific Northwest watercolor artist recognized for her dynamic landscapes and seascapes.
Jo Dean Sarins - The Daffodil and the bee
Cloisonne enamels are kiln fired at 1400 degrees for up to 20 times. This enamel of The Daffodil and The Bee uses 24K gold wires, on fine silver. Set in sterling silver with faceted amethyst gem stone for accent.