Jewelry, encaustic art at Lynnwood Library

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  • Monday, March 3, 2008 11:56am

Artists Jane Fleshman and John Vandebrooke share an exhibit through the end of May at the Lynnwood Library Gallery.

Fleshman, a jewelry artist and resident of LaConner, will have her neckpieces, cuffs and mixed collage on display. All exquisite in detail, each piece is embroidered using beads, stones and other natural elements such as shells, wood, and feathers. Born and raised in the Skagit Valley, she uses the beautiful landscapes and rolling hills of color as inspire for the detail and delicacy of her jewelry.

Edmonds artist John Vandebrooke uses wax as a medium for his beautiful and flowing encaustic paintings. Self taught in the European method using hot tools to create fluid works of art, Vandebrooke spends time teaching others this very ancient art at Gallery North in Edmonds and throughout the Puget Sound area. Vandebrooke will have his work on exhibit in Lynnwood throughout the month of May.

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