Two Whatcom County artists present their art on Lopez at the Colin Goode Gallery, 95 Village Road, 5 to 7 p.m., June 3. The show runs through the end of June. in June. Tim Pattison, also a writer, entertained Lopezians last year with his art under the name of Mexican fictional artist, Leonid Tornillo. Pattison’s images are inspired by American jazz, giving the title “Ska Deet Deet” to his part of the show. Included this year are works on wood and paintings on vintage guitars. At the opening reception on June 3, you can Pattison play on one of his guitars.
‘Abstract Expressionist’ artist, David Milton, has shown his work around the world including the Caribbean where he has lived on his boat with his family during his sabbatical for the past year, working on some of the paintings at the upcoming show.
Colin Goode, co-owner of the gallery in Lopez Village, is excited about presenting the work of these two vibrant and energetic artists.
“We’re always glad to take the occasional opportunity of extending our art showings to those living and working outside of our own local pool of artists,” Goode said.
The show runs through the end of June.