Thanks to all who participated in the TWAA 2019 Juried Art Show. We had 16 participants this year that included all styles of art; Watercolor, acrylic and mixed media. Please visit the Key Peninsula library through April 30th to see these wonderful pieces on display.
Robin was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and works in her studio located near Vaughn. Her background is in veterinary medicine and she has been a full time painter and illustrator since 1993. She enjoys creating environmental portraits of birds, animals or people within their own particular landscapes. The painting in the TWAA library show was made with several layers of acrylic paint and medium. Lifelong study of animals and the natural world informs and inspired the painting.
3rd place – P. Arnold Thompson “Dangerous Passage” Collage.
Pat Thompson started painting when he was 12 with oils later changing to acrylics. He went thru a phase of Surrealism, then gradually changing his style to abstract and nonobjective during the last 20 years. Pat’s bold use of color and complex compositions are exciting and filled with action. His upbeat personality is reflected in his paintings. Pat studied at University of Washington, and Green River Community College. Pat goes by P. Arnold Thompson, as his artist name.
Anna Brones “It Always Rains” Papercut
Marcia Horan “Up, Up and Away”
Patti Nebel “Safe Harbor Bound” Acrylic
All artwork is now on display at the Key Center library through April. Please visit and see all the talent on the Key Pen!