Elemental Sculpture at Confluence Gallery

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I'm thrilled to have sculptures in a show opening at Confluence Gallery this weekend!

I'm also excited because it's a great excuse to explore the Methow Valley, a gorgeous part of Washington State - I hear the wildflowers are spectacular this time of year.

If you're in Twisp over Memorial Day weekend, I hope to see you at the opening!

Manifest One - Copper - 5.5” x 4.75” x 3.25"

Manifest One - Copper - 5.5” x 4.75” x 3.25"


Elemental Sculpture is a celebration of works in wood, metal, glass, ceramic and stone that connect artist and viewer to earth, sky, sea and wind.

May 27 - June 24
Opening Reception: May 27th, 4-8:00pm

Confluence Gallery - 104 Glover Street, Twisp, WA

This sweet space is also now carrying my jewelry in their gift shop! Be sure to stop by for a fantastic selection of handmade goodies - a great reminder of your time in this beautiful part of the country.

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Hope you all have a fun Memorial Day Weekend! 

Catherine Grisez


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