WICA FINE ART EXHIBITS Committee Presents Artwork by Whidbey Island Artists

by Judith Burns 30th March 2016


Rally Coaster, photography by Steve Marts


There have been 4 Exhibits for the 2015-2016 Season, The 4th one is:



Opening Reception Friday, April 1

6 to 7 in the WICA Lobby

We hope this will add to your evenings enjoyment of WICA’s

“4000 Miles”

Additional information about the art and artists and pricing is available in the box office.The Exhibit will be open during the day through WICA office

(360) 221-8268





WICA Fine Art Exhibits Committee presents :



The opening reception for Transportation will take place in the Whidbey Island Center for the Arts Lobby on Friday, April 1 from 6:00 to 7 p.m. This reception is free and open to the public. The exhibit art by: Pat Brooks, Dan Burroughs, Nancy Duncan, Tom Hanify, Steve Marts,Deon Matzen, Barbara Mearing, Judy Nyerges, John Ursillo, Gaylen Whiteman And Jim Wills.


Chasing the Sun, Acrylic Painting by Gaylen Whiteman


Locomotive #7, Oil Painting by Dan Burroughs


The exhibit shows in connection with the Theatre Series production, “4000 Miles”  from April 1th  till the 18th. The Exhibit is open during the day through WICA office.

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Wednesday, 30th March 2016, 06:28pm.
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