“Abstract Connections,” a new exhibit on display during the Everett Art Walk on Saturday, features work by four local artists.
Artist Shari Osti presents her exuberant style on Plexiglas.
Her father, Dad Jon, will present several “experiments in abstraction,” according to press information about the show.
Beverly Torok-Storb, world renowned research scientist for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, whose works are inspired by Rothko, will also show her work, along with artist popular local artist Cheri O’Brien.
Visit the artists during the Everett Art Walk from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday at Red Door Gallery, 2829 Wetmore Ave, Everett.
The show is up through July 10.
Several new galleries have joined the Everett Art Walk, which takes place on the third Saturday of the month. The galleries are Tattoo Garden, 5205 S. Second Ave.; Lum’s Lapidary, 2914 Rucker Ave.; Pottery Loft Studio, 2829 Wetmore Ave.; and Irina’s Art Studio &Gallery, 2804 Grand Ave.
They are part of a group of 14 local galleries on the Everett Art Walk. For a complete list and a map of galleries on the art walk, go to www.everettartwalk.org.
Painter Viki Horat sees beauty and humor in everyday objects. In her work, she tries to convey these observations using color and light, according to her biography.
Horat is a juried member of Northwest Watercolor Society and her work has won many awards.
Her paintings are on display through July 30 at Edmonds Library, 650 Main St., Edmonds.
This art takes wing: Aviation-inspired artwork from kids and those who are kids at heart is on display at the Future of Flight Aviation Center as part of an aviation design and art show to celebrate new ideas in airplane design.
Each participant in the show received an i-4innovation window-cling badge.
The show is up through July 31 at the Future of Flight Aviation Center &Boeing Tour, 8415 Paine Field Blvd., Mukilteo. For more information call 425-438-8100 or go to www.futureofflight.org. Art on the wild side: The Burke Museum’s summer exhibit is an environmental photography show. One of the photo essays features the work of Snohomish County photographer Annie Marie Musselman, who documented the care given at Sarvey Wildlife Center in Arlington. The center rescues and rehabilitates orphaned, injured and sick wild animals from the Puget Sound area.
Musselman’s photo series is part of the International Conservation Photography Awards exhibition that features environmental photographers who were winners and runners-up of the biannual ICP awards.
The show opens Saturday and will be on display through Sept. 6 at Burke Museum on the University of Washington campus at 17th Avenue NE and NE 45th St., Seattle.
Theresa Goffredo: 425-339-3424; firstname.lastname@example.org.