Kathryn Glowen works in fabric that she uses in place of paint. In this piece she remembers refugee children who lost their lives around the world. A previous artist of the year, Glowen’s work is displayed in the main gallery at the Schack Center for the Arts.

Kathryn Glowen works in fabric that she uses in place of paint. In this piece she remembers refugee children who lost their lives around the world. A previous artist of the year, Glowen’s work is displayed in the main gallery at the Schack Center for the Arts.

New Schack show celebrates Artist of the Year honorees

The exhibit’s opening reception is 5 to 8 p.m. Jan. 18 during the third Thursday Everett Art Walk.

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