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Exhibition: Birds and Botanicals, Watercolors by Charlene Collins Freeman
March 3 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
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Exhibition: January 28 – March 14, 2020 at Tsuga Fine Art
There is also an Opening Reception Thursday, January 30, 5–8pm
These events are free and all are welcome!
Tsuga Fine Art & Framing announces a solo exhibition of watercolors by local teaching artist Charlene Collins Freeman (www.charlenecollinsfreeman.com). Please join the Charlene for the opening reception of “Birds & Botanicals” at Tsuga, a new series of watercolors and explorations into the beauty of our natural world.
Artist’s Statement: “I am both enthralled and comforted by the richness of everyday scenes and moments. I am drawn to subjects which, through their ordinary and familiar qualities, take on a sense of beauty. Something catches my eye, something common, and in that moment it strikes me as extraordinary. There is great beauty in what surrounds us. In particular, nature continues to inspire me. My work focuses on the pauses between our words and the scenes between our actions, as these represent the threads that connect us.”
–– Charlene Collins Freeman
Tsuga Fine Art & Framing displays two- and three-dimensional, locally created original artwork, offers craftsman-quality custom framing for home and corporate settings, and hosts classes taught by local artists and life-drawing sessions. Visit our shop in the heart of Historic Downtown Bothell, on the corner of Main Street and 101st Avenue NE. Free gallery events include exhibition openings, artist demonstrations and poetry nights. Tsuga’s gallery and art studio are also available for private event rentals.
Image: Flight, by Charlene Collins Freeman. Watercolor, 36×50″ / 91x127cm