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Vicki Johnson Barn

From landscapes to whimsy, the members of Arlington Arts Council will display their art under the apple trees at the Yantis family farm near Oso Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 30.

Visitors to the 10th annual Art at the Barn will be entertained by the Old Time Fiddlers, 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday afternoon, June 29. Mike Nordine will also play guitar and sing some favorite old rock-n-roll tunes during the day. On Sunday Paul Nyenhuis will play his hand-crafted Native American flutes.

Featuring more than 20 AAC members and friends, the show includes paintings, photography, pastels, and a variety of crafts, such as dolls by Mary Jean Williams, fused glass by Lee Beitz and wire sculpture by Erika Bruss.

Painters include the host, Monica Yantis and her daughter Kristina Hebert, who both like to mix a bit of fantasy with their vision of the world. Abstracts and mountains by Larry Estep complement the colorful pastel landscapes of Vicki Johnson and Katherine Critchfield.

Phil Cortese, Robert Ruth and Rod Sylvester both dabble in a mixture of media, with pen and ink, paintings and prints with their photography. Members Roberta Baker, Mike Kinney and Sarah Arney will exhibit more traditional photography, while Fran Kaufman likes to mess around digitally with her photos.

Other participants are Karen Lyons, silk painting; Robin Miller, refurbished furniture; Kathleen Farkasosky, pottery; Jim Williams, stained glass; and Nyna Crary, jewelry.

The Yantis family farm is 12 miles east of Arlington, at 20412 SR 532 NE.

The show will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 29, and Sunday, June 30.

For information call Monica Yantis at 360-435-8815.

 

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