Free Meet the Artist Reception in Lynnwood on September 14

LYNNWOOD, Wash., August 24, 2022—On Wednesday evening, September 14, the Lynnwood Convention Center will be hosting a free Meet the Artists Reception from 5-7 p.m. Attendees will browse the exhibit, meet the artists behind all the beautiful pieces, and enjoy complimentary in-house appetizers and a cash bar.

The 57 pieces of artwork of 13 talented local Northwest artists representing one of Lynnwood Convention Center’s most diverse collections yet, and constitute a variety of mediums, including acrylics, embroidery, watercolor, photography, metal print and glass mosaic. The show is organized as a series of ‘mini-exhibits’ of 2-6 works from each artist, all of whom currently reside within Snohomish County.

Check out the previous “Meet the Artists” reception on April 26, where patrons enjoyed complimentary house-made appetizers and a no-host bar, while meeting the artists behind the “Northwest Waters” exhibit running through June 2022.

Art is always better in-person, the Lynnwood Convention Center welcomes you to come see its free exhibit located at 3711 196th St SW, Lynnwood. Please RSVP at www.eventcreate.com/meet-the-artists.

Below are a few art pieces of art on display at the Lynnwood Convention Center

Oh Honey by Holli Alvarado
Taking Flight by Dave Govan.
Lynnwood Art
Tea Party by Teddy Kalonga Haight
Lynnwood Art
Waiting by Rhonda Shelford Jansen
Lynnwood Art
Open Sea Buoy by Lana VanHemert
Lynnwood Art
Curly by Robert Mitchell

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