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Clemens uses sepia to create an almost ethereal image.  - Contributed photos/Kimberly Clemens
Clemens uses sepia to create an almost ethereal image.
— image credit: Contributed photos/Kimberly Clemens

Interior designer Kimberly Clemens has the first of a series of photographs on exhibit at Cellar 46 this month. “Sacred Spring,” inspired by Gustav Klimt’s “Ver Sacrum,” captures Washington’s six sculpture parks with an artistic eye. The first in Clemens’ series are photographs of the Olympic Sculpture Park, near the Seattle waterfront. Clemens has also photographed the Sculpture Park on the Lid.

Islanders can meet Clemens and view her work during a “meet the artist” reception from 2-5 p.m. this Friday, Feb. 26, at Cellar 46. Wine and appetizers will be available.

Visit www.flickr.com/photos/clemensdesign for more “Sacred Spring” photos.

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