Driftwood sculpture display returns to city hall

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

A number of unique sculptures created from found, weathered wood are currently on exhibit at Woodinville City Hall.

The display also includes some smaller, wearable art pieces.The driftwood artists whose work is on view are part of the driftwood sculpture class sponsored by Northshore Senior Center. The LuRon method of finishing driftwood sculptures is unique to the Pacific Northwest and is taught at eight area senior centers under the auspices of Northwest Driftwood Artists.

Anyone is welcome to try their hand at this engaging art form by joining the ongoing Thursday morning class at Greenbrier Community Center. For further information, call Jo Marsh, instructor, at (425) 883-7141.

This special exhibit will be on view at Woodinville City Hall through January during business hours, Monday through Thursday 7:30-5:00, Friday 7:30-4:00.

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