Meet The Artists: Digital Artist Marilynn Evans and Joyce Volmut (sculptor)
July 7, 2017 –
Blue Whole Gallery Press Release for July 2017
Digital Expressions and Sculptures
Featured artists of the month of July are Marilynn Evans (digital artist) and Joyce Volmut (sculptor). They will showcase unique work in the front windows. Marilynn and Joyce create what they see and imagine, taking viewers to the world of fine art filled with joy.
What: Digital Expressions and Sculptures, new exhibit in July 2017
When: Meet the Artists on Fri., 7, 5:00-8:00 pm
Where: 129 W Washington St., Sequim
Photo files attached
(1) “Lavender Sunset” by Marilynn Evans
(2) “The Unicorn” by Marilynn Evans
(3) “A Visit with Fairies” by Marilynn Evans
(4) “Arctic Stomp” (Running Snowy Owl) by Joyce Volmut
(5) “Oh Beautiful” (American Bald Eagle) by Joyce Volmut
(6) “Kissing the Light” (Rufous Hummingbird) by Joyce Volmut
(7) “And so I dream” (Sea Otter with Cub) by Joyce Volmut
Marilynn Evans (360-461-5822) welcomes your contact, including interviews.
Marilynn Evans is an accomplished digital artist honing her skills in Sequim for the past 17 years. How do you do “digital artistry?” For Marilynn it is uploading her photographs onto her computer and using specific software to manipulate and add interest to create works of art. The image she finishes with is the expression of what the original could be with a little imaginative help. One of these is “Lavender Sunset,” which is an original photo taken a few years ago at Jardin du Soleil Lavender Farm in Sequim, resulting in a 24” x 16” print on aluminum. Another delve into fantasy, because you can use your imagination and it’s fun, resulted in “The Unicorn.” The original image taken in the Olympic National Forest, seemed mystical and made for a unicorn and a fairy. The peacock in the background is another of her photos. An exciting opportunity came last year when she was asked to illustrate a children’s book, “Sugar Plum Fairy Tales” by author Connie Miller. Marilynn will have books and prints available at the gallery during the month of July. email@example.com
Joyce Volmut (785-554-6379) welcomes your contact, including interviews.
I started carving 13 years ago. My favorite carving wood is basswood. When I first started carving, my intention was to carve the saints, Saint Anthony, St. Francis but I was quickly pointed toward the direction of the animals and birds, the expression in their faces, their posture, just trying to capture them in a moment in time. They are truly the heavenly creatures with whom we share our lives. firstname.lastname@example.org