Join Grace Ashford and Sara Ashford at Culler Studio on the TwispWorks Campus for a first look at new work, light refreshments and to try on new pieces.
Sara’s paintings and wearable art celebrate the colors of the world by highlighting the natural color palette of the Methow Valley. She uses earth pigments, locally grown plant dyes and natural ochers to bring the beautiful colors of nature to life in her work.
Grace creates unique mixed-metal jewelry inspired by nature, architecture and symbolism. Her work features intricate piercework; riveted layers of silver, copper and bronze, and the incorporation of precious and semi-precious stones.
DATES: Mar 15, 3pm-8pm; Mar. 16, 10am-5pm. LOCATION: TwispWorks, 502 S. Glover Street, Twisp, WA. INFO/CONTACT: 509-997-3300, twispworks.org.