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The Roving Gallery settles in: Grand Opening celebration in its new permanent space in Georgetown
The Roving Gallery is hosting their grand opening celebration January 7, 2011, 3-7pm feature live entertainment, libations and wood-fired pizza courtesy of Roving Pizzaioli.
The Roving Gallery artists Janet Crawley, Denise Chandler Smith, Roxanne Fawcett, and Keli Sim DeRitis have been creating and showing their work together for over three years at various venues in the greater Seattle area. They are very excited to be part of the vibrant art culture in Georgetown.
The Roving Gallery artists teach monthy “ARTgasm” classes at their studio and in various eateries around the Seattle area. Their definition of “ARTgasm” is the experience of unleashing your sensuous, wild side for an evening out with friends creating a truly fabulous piece of art, with a great glass of wine in one hand and a paintbrush in the other.” These classes are designed to celebrate the joy of the creative process and serve as an escape from the stresses of everyday life.
About The Roving Gallery:
The Roving Gallery artists Janet Crawley, Denise Chandler Smith, Roxanne Fawcett, and Keli Sim DeRitis work in Sculpture, Mixed Media and Acrylic Painting and explore color, contrast and texture in a whimsical style that has a wide appeal. Our artists believe that art should nurture the soul. There is a common theme with these artists in their use of bright, vibrant color and well-defined contrast to communicate form and movement. The use of varying degrees of texture add depth and a structural component to their work. Subject matter tends to be organic, personal to the artists and evocative of that whimsical side of their nature. The Roving Gallery is located at 5628 Airport Way S, Suite 250 in the old Rainier Bottling Plant in Georgetown, the gallery’s website is www.therovinggallery.com.
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Art gallery, studio and classroom which hosts monthly "ARTgasm" classes designed to celebrate the joy of the creative process and serve as an escape from the stresses of everyday life.