Opening on Saturday August 4th with an artists' reception, Museo will exhibit new works by David Price and Deloss Webber.
David Price is a partner in the architectural firm of Flat Rock Productions in Langley, Washington. His love of drawing and design led naturally to a second career as a painter. In this latest body of work he uses the ancient technique of encaustic, the process of layering beeswax and pigment. These soft luminous landscapes focus on color and texture to evoke the spirit of a pleasantly familiar place. The effect of layers of wax and color, catches light and reflects it on the surface, allowing each viewer to experience the pieces in different ways, just as a scene changes with the time of day. Click here to view more of David Price's work.
Webber is a second generation rattan weaver, having learned many of
his techniques from his mother Pat over the past 30 years. Together they
have run a successful business weaving in cane, rush, cord, rattan, bamboo
and reed, to name a few. In the late 1990's Del went in a new direction by
wrapping stones with fiber in the style of Japanese and Native American
basketry and knotting. Each carefully selected stone is wrapped with a
unique design made of various natural materials. These marvelous sculptures
have an unexpected exuberant quality and express a real love of nature. They
unite the organic with the inorganic to create a whole new form.
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view more of Deloss Webber's
A selection of work by various gallery artists is always on display during our monthly exhibitions.