Alki Bathhouse Art Studio and Gallery, September Artists Elizabeth Anderson, Pete Vincent Borboa, and Vera Ponomareva
Elizabeth Anderson’s photography feeds her love of detail. Each picture captures a new miniature world that might otherwise go unnoticed. Her paintings come from a place of joy and intuition. “When I am creating, I feel a total freedom from time and place. It is the ultimate escape.” Find out more about Elizabeth Anderson at http://www.circlesaregood.com.
Pete Vincent Borboa’s dedication to capturing the essence of the unusual through the flight of the imagination shows through his digital photography. “A photographer is like a chef, except instead of food and spices, your ingredients are the things and people around you.”
Vera Ponomareva’s oil and acrylic paintings show her enjoyment of bright color and nature. A resident of Kent, she came to the U.S. from Kazakhstan in 1993. When not at her easel, she might be found hiking in the mountains.
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