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Central Washington artists showcase talent at Larson Gallery

by Jennie McGhan YAKIMA – More than 200 pieces of art submitted by Central Washington artists were last Saturday judged at the Larson Gallery in Yakima. Of those, 70 are currently on display through Saturday, Dec. 7. The pieces are imaginative and inspiring. They include photography, sculptures, jewelry, paintings and mixed media art pieces. The 58th annual Central Washington Artists Exhibition is an opportunity for residents throughout the region to see the talent that surrounds them. The art pieces are creative, imaginative and visually inspiring. Artists featured this year reside anywhere from the Tri-Cities to Ellensburg. There are art pieces with autumn themes, pieces that celebrate Native American culture and other pieces of art that stretch the imagination. Anyone can visit the gallery free of charge Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturdays from 1 to 5 p.m. ‑ Jennie McGhan can be contacted at 509-837-4500, or email JMcGhan@DailySunNews.com

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Gracing one wall at the Larson Gallery, located at the Yakima Valley Community College Yakima campus, are (L-R) “Dear Daughter” by West Richland’s Jan Nilsson, “Torn Paper” by Kathryn Kaye of Richland and two sculptures created by Carolyn Nelson of Yakima. The sculptures are “Borderland” and “Breathing In.”

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This whimsical art piece, created by Renee Adams of Thorp, is “Toadstool.” It was the winner of the Director’s Choice Award at the 58th annual Central Washington Artists Exhibition.

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Ellensburg’s Kimie Fujimoto and Carla Kaatz (L-R) look at the many paintings and photographs on display at the Larson Gallery in Yakima.

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Sculptures, pottery, jewelry, paintings and mixed media art pieces all make up the works on display at the 58th annual Central Washington Artists Exhibition at the Larson Gallery in Yakima. The exhibit is open through Saturday, Dec. 7.

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Wall-to-wall art designed by artists throughout Central Washington can be enjoyed at the Larson Gallery in Yakima. There are 70 pieces on display from among more than 200 entries in the juried show.

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The Award of Excellence was last Saturday presented to Yakima artist Rachel Dorn for “Cyclical Adaptations.”

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