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Happy New Year! Splash Newsletter

January 7, 2018

 

Happy New Year from Splash Gallery of Olympia! 2017 was our best year to date, and that's thanks to all of you!

 

Highlights of 2017 included: being voted "Best Art Gallery of Western Washington" through the King 5 contest, a spectacular Spring Unveiling, chocolate tasting, and the Holiday Boat parade party. Thank you from all of us at Splash Gallery - it was a wonderful year with all of you!

 

We are looking forward to an even better 2018. We took a few days off to spruce up the gallery (it looks pretty fantastic, if we may say so). We re-opened January 4, with regular hours. We are open Tuesday - Sunday on the boardwalk. We look forward to seeing you. Oh, and be sure to check out our upcoming events! Lots of fun activities are on the way.

 

January: SALE SALE SALE

Looking to brighten your dark winter days? Join us for our annual Studio Sale January 4th-28th. Find great prices on wonderful, local art, directly from our artists!

 

February:  Valentines Day Party

Looking for that  one of a kind Valentine gift for your special sweetheart? Join us for Valentines Day festivities on February 10th, from 12:00-3:00pm. Plans include card making and yummy chocolates from our friends at HoneyLove Chocolates. (More details will be posted soon!)

 

March: Annual Spring Unveiling

The spring equinox brings new beginnings, and new art work, to the gallery. Our Artists will be showing and talking about their new creations at our Spring unveiling.

 

 

 

 

New for 2018: Splash @ HOCM

 

This year, Splash Gallery Artists are teaming up with the Hands on Children’s Museum in 2018 to bring art to all ages.  Throughout the year, Splash artists will be displaying artwork at the museum. We're thrilled to explore this new partnership, and can't wait to collaborate!

 

First up in January: textile artist Judy Cook will be displaying her story art, inspired by memories of childhood.  Judy creates colorful, whimsical images of  family stories on silk. Enjoy memories of climbing trees, riding a pretend trick pony in a parade, and simple pleasures of summer afternoons.

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