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What's Up On The Old Town Art Walk

One of Anna Hoey
One of Anna Hoey's many unorthodox 'landscapes.'
— image credit: Courtesy Photo/Old Town Art Walk

Anna Hoey's 'Unexpected Landscapes' at Old Town Custom Framing, on the Old Town Art Walk, tonight from 6-8 p.m.

An artist’s inherent challenge, according to Bremerton native Anna Hoey, is “to constantly explore and evolve.”

And it’s a task which she readily accepts.

A formally trained professional artist, Hoey works in a wide variety of media in her art — watercolors to graphite, acrylics to gauche to pastel — and her subject matter is just as diverse. Her quest: to make the viewer wonder about the subject and the way it is interpreted through her work.

There should be plenty of wonderment to go around on the Old Town Art Walk as Old Town Custom Framing hosts Hoey’s newest work under the flag of “Unsuspecting Landscapes,” 6-8 p.m. June 12, 3255 NW Lowell St.

ALSO CHECK OUT: The boisterous and brightly colored abstraction of Gerald Mattoon matched with printwork from Dwain Morse at Monica’s, 3472 NW Byron St.; William Walcott’s deftly detailed work at Linda’s Knit and Stitch, 3382B NW Cartlon St.; and many, many more. Info:

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