Holiday art show features artists with disabilities
Northwest Special Artists is sponsoring a “Winter Wonderland” holiday show at ArtWorks in Edmonds.
There will be several items available for sale made by Washington artists with disabilities.
On display will be the works of Earl Debnam, Dawn Domenowske, John Gregory, Matthew James, Emily Locke, Forrest Neander, Victor Ramirez, Forrest Sargent, Way Art Studio Artists and Kristy Yawman.
These artists will be featuring a unique variety of holiday gifts, such as paintings, drawings, photography, prints, cards, 3-D pieces and many more beautiful artistic wares.
If you are still looking for that unique one of a kind special gift for the holidays, stop in for some refreshments and meet these special artists.
The show is free and open to the public and there will be artwork available for sale.
The holiday art show will run 12-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 14-15.
ArtWorks is located at 201 2nd Ave. S., on the corner of Dayton and 2nd Ave. S. in downtown Edmonds.
Free parking is available in the front of the building and on the street.
For more information, contact Leslie James NWSA Curator at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the NWSA website at www.nwspecialartists.com
NW Special Artists is a community outreach program developed to support access of the Arts to artists with disabilities by developing art programs, art exhibits and art shows that promote disability awareness and inclusion in our community.
-Edited by Beacon Staff