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Debbie Daniels is a self taught artist who studied at Columbus College of Art and Design (Columbus, OH) for one year. Her current body of work is a study of Pacific Northwest rocks, water, and boats. Debbie has been painting for over 30 years. She lives in Friday Harbor, Washington. Her artwork has been included in national and international juried shows in Seattle, Hudson, New York, and Albuquerque. She is represented by Waterworks Gallery in Friday Harbor and UGallery at UGallery.com.
Teresa Smith lives and paints on San Juan Island. “I am living the life I dreamed up,” she says, referring to her abundant life as an artist, her little house overlooking Mount Baker, her horses and her garden. Teresa has taught painting for years, and has facilitated The Artist’s Way workshops many times.
Winnie’s family has lived in Friday Harbor for 33 years. She is an islander who loves community, relationships, and helping folks. She is deeply rooted here.
Winnie started painting on January 5th, 2019. It interrupted her relentless pursuit for freedom through a shifting idea of perfectionism. The inevitable failure, exasperation, and fatigue of a striving life led her to deep spiritual work, and ultimately to playful release through abstract painting and perfumery. All that Winnie make embodies her journey towards freedom. The work expresses that which cannot be “said” with words – scent and abstraction are her bridges to others, and to life lived one moment at a time.
Jan Murphy is a mixed media artist who has worked in a variety of mediums over the last 25 years. Her primary body of work is in mixed-media assemblage, but she has also worked in painting, sculpture and collage and has exhibited in each of those mediums. Jan studied at the Fallbrook School of Art in Fallbrook, California and is an avid art workshop devotee, having taken and taught many classes in a wide variety of mediums.
Shannon Borg is an artist and writer living in the San Juan Islands. She recently completed the Studio Arts Intensive program, and is currently studying oil painting at the Trowbridge Atelier, both at Gage Academy in Seattle. She is a poet and writer with an MFA in poetry from the University of Washington, and a PhD in Creative Writing/Poetry and English Literature from the University of Houston. She has published three books: Corset, a book of poems; Chefs on the Farm: Recipes & Inspiration from the Quillisascut Farm School of the Domestic Arts, and The Green Vine: A Guide to West Coast Organic, Biodynamic and Sustainable Wines.
Shannon Claire Bailey is the mother of four grown children, grandmother of three, a naturalist, artist, photographer, former shepherd, farmer, sea captain and kayak guide, who loves the beauty of God's creation. She has traveled extensively and photographed and explored the natural world around her. She has lived on San Juan Island for over 30 years, working here and in SE Alaska and in British Columbia . She started to take photos as part of her job as a naturalist and found that photography helped her to look deeper into her surroundings capturing the spirit and beauty that is often overlooked. She adds an artistic flair to some of her photographs that enriches the image. Photography brings joy and gratitude to her soul.
A mother of two college students, Pamela Hoke has been painting and drawing nature as long as she can remember. She has a B.F.A. in painting from The Ohio State University with individualized studies in Marketing, Journalism and Botany. Her life-long journey with her art has always been focused on the expression of her emotionally intimate relationship with nature, the one she feels we all are born with. She loves sharing moments with nature through her surrealistic, playful expressions of flora, fish, fauna, humans and landscapes. Her work expresses a dance with nature through bold compositions, blended with harmonious, moving strokes and playful colors and contrasts. She also writes, educates and consults on brand design communications that promote the deeper, more harmonious relationship with nature that she senses is our next phase of maturity as a species.
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