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MARCH GALLERY HIGHLIGHTS
Neighborly Appreciation - the Pacific Northwest
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How lovely to see such bright, sunny northwest days. Fresh air, sunglasses and boats in the harbor...just the right mix for sightseeing, social gatherings and yes, gallery hopping in the nine galleries and additional venues in Historic Downtown Poulsbo.
Creatively capturing the world we live in today through art can be compared to our ancient relatives recording their cultural history using fingertips, sticks & natural pigment. Interestingly enough, those same tools & natural materials are still used to tell the visual stories unique to our time in history. Carrie Goller's documentation of the natural beauty surrounding the Puget Sound emphasizes the moody, diffused encaustic paintings of the Hood Canal, impressionist pieces reflecting small town life, and still-life paintings of the fruit, feathers and friends that happen to cross her path.
Some of our favorite originals are collected. However, we have many images available in limited edition giclee prints on paper or gallery wrap canvas. Available in specific sizes, as well as with additional texturing by the artist. We work with local professionals to ensure a quality product made to order.
Pacific Northwest mother and artist. I work from two studios, one at an old farm house in the Scandanavian village of Poulsbo for encaustic and the other -- a beach house overlooking Hood Canal for oil and sculpture.