Alchemy Art Center Hosts Artist Talk Series


||| BY GLENN HENDRICK for ALCHEMY ART CENTER |||


Alchemy Art Center, in partnership with the San Juan Islands Museum of Art, is hosting an Artist Talk Series featuring local and guest artists. Lectures are held in the upstairs workshop area of ​​SJIMA (located at 540 Spring St) from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. select Sundays, May through September. These lectures are now also offered via zoom (visit https://alchemyartcenter.com/events for more information).

On August 28, join local artists Marsha McAllister and Glenn Hendrick for a glimpse into their respective artistic journeys.

Marsha McAllister is a longtime resident of San Juan Island and an accomplished artist. She travels fluidly between sculpture and painting, always seeking to innovate in her materials. However, his work is always rooted in his concern and love for the environment. Family travels as a child “inspired a lifelong fascination with the natural world and the magnified experiences of divided space/divided people/what remains.” You can read more about Marsha’s work on her website, https://zephyrisland.com/.

Glenn Hendrick was born in Los Angeles, raised in the Midwest, and has lived on San Juan Island since 2013. She graduated with a degree in painting, drawing, and printmaking from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2006 and creates works in a variety of media including ceramics, printmaking, textiles, painting, drawing and photography. Glenn is also co-director of the Alchemy Art Center (with Maria Michaelson) and also teaches classes there. You can learn more about Glenn’s art on his website, https://www.glennhendrick.com/.

This event is part of Artists in Community, which is supported by the NEA, ArtsWA, the San Juan Island Community Foundation, the Tulalip Charitable Fund, and generous donations from members of our community.

For more information on Alchemy, please visit www.alchemyartcenter.com.


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