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LIBERTY BAY GALLERY

Features New Wood Artists
Cheese Tray and Brie/Dip Bowl


Rick Rahman 
 
Rick is a native of Kitsap County, having grown up in the Illahee area and now residing in Silverdale.
A former acoustic physicist, he is now devoting his time to crafting fine furniture and objects of art. Working in multiple mediums he draws inspiration from the beauty of figured and spalted woods found in the Pacific Northwest. 

Tom Butler
 
Tom resides in Port Angeles and recently began teaching part-time at the community college which allows him more time in his little shop behind his house. Tom's favorite bird is the Wren so when he was trying to decide on a name for his business,
Wren Woodworking was a perfect fit.
When Tom is not out skiing or hiking you can find him making nature-inspired furniture from local PNW wood. 

Coming Up on
Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 5-8 pm.


Second Saturday Art Walk 
           
Liberty Bay Gallery will be welcoming back the musical talents of McKenzie Briar
Performing ancient celtic ballads, songs of the sea
and our favorite original songs.


Save the Date

Mixed Media Collage Workshop by Pamela Wickard

Saturday, April 21st, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Pam will discuss the collage process and how to get started as well as the  use of different materials and techniques. You will be able to create a small painting with an image that she chooses, or feel free to bring your own to use!

Price for class: $35, includes supplies. Refreshments provided.
Limited Seating so please call or email today to reserve your seat.
360-930-0756 or libertybaygallery@gmail.com

http://www.libertybaygallery.com.
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