“Lost Edges” opens at Community Center

New art exhibit will run from Feb. 29 to April 15.

The Mercer Island Arts Council announced the opening of a new exhibit, “Lost Edges,” at the Mercer Island Community and Event Center gallery starting Feb. 29.

Meet the artists and enjoy refreshments and entertainment at an artists’ reception on Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m.

“Lost Edges” shows material by four woman artists – Seiko Koyna, Sandy Langford, Colleen Mohn, and Genny Rees – who have been painting together for the past 10 years in a program called Open Studio.

Back in 1998, Open Studio was started by five women artists who wanted a place to meet and make art from still life set-ups and photographs. The program continues to this day.

Open Studio is still open to anyone who wants to continue with their own art projects, no matter what the medium. The artists invite interested participants to drop in on Mondays from 1-4 p.m., September through June, except for holidays.



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