Providence Marianwood exhibit features local artists
June 26, 2012
Local artists Jan Tervonen and Molly Hueffed are featured in the Providence Marianwood art gallery in the exhibit “Color Chaos with Primordial Fragments.”
Hueffed is a professional artist and art educator living in Issaquah. She works out of her home studio creating encaustic paintings and functional ceramics.
Her work continually evolves using new tools, expanding mediums and combining concepts.
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‘Color Chaos with Primordial Fragments’
Tervonen is a self-taught artist with a minimalistic abstract style exhibiting a wry sense of humor representative of her Finnish-American roots.
Jan was the recipient of the Vascovitz Family Scholarship for Drawing and Painting at the Pratt Fine Arts Center where she studied.
“The residents of Marianwood are grateful to have this wonderful art hanging in our hallways,” Colleen Hardy, director of Clinical Services at Marianwood, said. “Many of our residents can no longer go to museums and galleries, so it adds immeasurably to their enjoyment of life to have the opportunity right here to experience new, exciting and inspiring works of art.”
All of the art works are available for sale with 25 percent of the proceeds donated to support the residents and programs of Providence Marianwood. The show ends July 31.