Camano Island artist Jack Gunter and his Russian friend Valeryan Ivanchenko continue their quest to have Gunter’s paintings released for shipping back to Camano Island. The documentary about the the paintings premieres April 21 at the Historic Everett Theatre.

Artist’s documentary about lost paintings worth the wait

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