Arts and Entertainment

AAC presents ‘Art in the Barn’

ARLINGTON — The Arlington Arts Council is presenting the 10th annual “Art at the Barn” in Oso from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 29, and Sunday, June 30.

The Old Time Fiddlers will perform from 3-5 p.m. on June 29, after Mike Nordine plays guitar and sings old tunes that same Saturday, while Paul Nyenhuis will play his Native American flutes on June 30.

More than 20 members of the Arlington Arts Council, as well as their friends and associates, will present paintings, photographs and an assortment of other artworks on display under the apple trees of the Yantis family farmyard, 12 miles east of Arlington, at 20412 State Route 532 NE.

Larry Estep and Kristine Hebert will contribute oil paintings, while Vicki Johnson and Katherine Critchfield will contribute pastels. Photography will come courtesy of Sarah Arney, Berta Baker, Fran Kaufman and Mike Kinney.

Monica Yantis will be showcasing her oil painting, watercolor and pencil art, while Robert Ruth shows off his pen-and-ink art and photography, and Rod Sylvester offers oil paintings, photography and mixed media artwork.

Karen Lyons has created silk painting, Robin Miller has refurbished furniture, Kathleen Farkasosky has molded pottery, and Jim and Mary Jean Williams have crafted stained glass and dolls for this event.

In addition, Nyna Crary will be displaying her jewelry, Lee Beitz will be presenting fused glass artwork, Erika Bruss will have wire sculptures on site, and Phil Cortese will come armed with prints and photography.

For information, call 360-435-3778.


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