Rob Schouten Gallery presents Spring Mosaic

by Victory Schouten 22nd February 2021


Bruce Morrow - Main Man - oil on canvas 36" x 42"


March 1 - 31


With Spring around the corner, the Rob Schouten Gallery will be filled with work reflecting the reawakening earth and fresh new growth all around us. Our gallery artists have contributed new work in painting, sculpture, glass, jewelry, ceramics and woodwork.



Joan Govedare - City Scape - raku fired ceramic - 5.75" x $.75" diameter


Featured will be paintings by Bruce Morrow, Angèle Woolery, Anne Belov, Cary Loopuyt Jurriaans, Kathleen Frugé Brown and Rob Schouten. Participating sculptors include Georgia Gerber and Sharon Spencer. Glass by renowned glass artist Fritz Dreisbach, and new work by ceramic artist Joan Govedare and woodturner Don Wodjenski will also be on display.



Rob Schouten - After the Fall - oil on panel 20" x 16”


Rob Schouten Gallery, a premier showcase for Whidbey Island and Northwest artists, is located at 101 Anthes Avenue, Langley WA at the corner of First and Anthes. Winter gallery hours: Weekends 11 - 5; Tuesdays & Wednesdays by Appointment, and other Weekdays 11 - 4.


For further information, call 360.222.3070 or email

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
22nd February 2021 12:00 am.
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