Issaquah and its surrounding community has become a destination for art, not just for the eastside, but for the entire Seattle-area.
Issaquah, WA (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
Friends & Neighbors, a new exhibit composed exclusively of works created by artists from Issaquah and Sammamish, including several residents of University House Issaquah, opens Tuesday, March 11th with a reception from 4pm – 6pm at University House Issaquah, located at 22975 S.E. Black Nugget Road in Issaquah. A special ensemble from the Sammamish Symphony Orchestra will play during the reception, while guests enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres prepared with local ingredients, making it a truly, all-local event for the senses.
Exhibit focal pieces include works in ceramic and fused glass from artEAST Executive Director and recipient of the City of Issaquah Business Leader Award, Karen Able, a 40” x 35” acrylic on canvas painting of Ruby Beach at the Olympic National Park by Sammamish Artist, Carol Ross and a large, carved wood statue by colorful Sammamish Art Fair Participant, Al Zold.
“Issaquah and its surrounding community has become a destination for art, not just for the eastside, but for the entire Seattle-area,” said Able. “To share our art in a forum like University House Issaquah, where life-long learning is encouraged and the residents are excited by what they see, is a benefit to all.”
Friends & Neighbors is part of the University House Issaquah, and parent company Era Living, commitment to lifelong learning, art and culture. The exhibit is free and open to the public. To attend the opening reception, RSVP by calling 425-557-4200.
University House Issaquah, one of Era Living’s eight premier retirement communities, offers a warm, vibrant lifestyle, a vast array of amenities, rich programming, and exceptional Independent Living and Assisted Living care.