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Continued from page 3 chance to break away and visit other artists’ studios. It’s a busy weekend that brings as many as 270 people through Indianola Pottery’s doors. “It’s fun,” said Diana Kingsley of Kingston Cove Studio. “You get to meet people who love art, you meet neighbors you don’t know, and you get an opportunity to meet a variety of artists.” When any of the expected 500 visitors aren’t streaming through the door, Kingsley and mixedmedia sculptor Susan Blackburn, nature photographer Bonnie Block, collage and charcoal artist Catherine Martinez, and painter Ruth Maupin will get to chat about the business of art — how they sell their art, what works and what doesn’t work. “There’s a lot more that goes into being an artist than meets the eye,” Kingsley said. Kingsley said input she received during her first
See a map of the 2013 Art in the Woods Studio Tour on page 10
Courtesy of the artist
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‘Surfsong,’ an abstract by Diana Kingsley of Kingston. ‘Travel and art are two of the passions of my life,’ she said. ‘I used to travel through life and photograph scenes that I hope to paint. Now I take the color and emotion from the places I visit to design colorful abstracts.’
Art in the Woods — last year — influenced her to switch from impressionist to abstract. She prefers painting abstracts. Of her abstracts, she wrote, “Travel and art are two of the passions of my life. I used to travel through life and photograph scenes that I hope to paint. Now I take the color and emotion from the places I visit to design colorful abstracts.” Art in the Woods is sponsored by Front Street Gallery, Artists’ Edge framing and art supply store, Bremerton Symphony Association, Verksted Gallery Artists’ Cooperative, Knowles Studio Gallery, Liberty Bay Gallery & Gifts, and Bluewater Artworks Gallery and Framing.
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November 08, 2013 edition of the North Kitsap Herald