Join us on the evening of Art Walk Edmonds for a chance to meeting Sam Scott, a renowned local potter who has been perfecting his craft over the past 50 years. You’ve probably noticed some of his incredible work in our store before, and we’re thrilled to have Sam as our featured artist. Here’s a little bit from Sam on his influences:
“It is my belief that artists do not spring from nowhere. They are the result of their teachers, mentors and peers. Over the years I have been very fortunate to have had great influences and role models. Beginning in high school with Bob Gee. When I went to the UW in the early 1970s, my professors were Bob Sperry, Patti Warashina and Howard Kottler. They all had a huge impact on my future, but it was Bob Sperry who left an indelible imprint on my work that continues today.”
To discover more about Sam and his incredible work, follow this link to his artist website.
We also offer free admission to the museum between 5:00 and 8:00 pm, and you’re not going to want to miss our incredible featured exhibition The Lavender Palette: Gay Culture and the Art of Washington State! Also now on display is our annual holiday exhibition Vintage Christmas Cards by Northwest Artists: 1909-1990, now for the first time ever with a catalogue compiled by our Curator with all of our favorites!