San Juan Islands Museum of art holds workshop on how to show art

  • Tue Aug 21st, 2018 2:46pm
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Contributed photo/San Juan Islands Museum of Art Work by Ray Pfortner.

Contributed photo/San Juan Islands Museum of Art Work by Ray Pfortner.

Submitted by San Juan Islands Museum of Art

A special workshop will be held at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art for anyone who wants to take advantage of one of the hottest ways to show art today — no matter the medium, or whether it’s two-dimensional or three-dimensional art.

Join Ray Pfortner from 1-5 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 26 at the museum in Friday Harbor. Artists will leave with their own samples on wood panels, travertine and a selection of slate stone tiles. People of all skill levels are welcome.

The class size is limited, and registration is on a first-come-first-served basis. The fee is $75 and $65 for museum members, and all materials are provided. There is a $15 materials fee collected at the workshop.

Working in professional photography for over 20 years, Pfortner is an educator, agent, editor, consultant and photographer. He has been the director of education at Seattle’s Photographic Center Northwest. His primary interest is in coaching new talent.

 

Contributed photo/San Juan Islands Museum of Art Work by Ray Pfortner.

Contributed photo/San Juan Islands Museum of Art Work by Ray Pfortner.

Contributed photo/San Juan Islands Museum of Art Work by Don Milgate.

Contributed photo/San Juan Islands Museum of Art Work by Don Milgate.