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Friday’s Gallery Walk features historical photos at the Depot and new works by Diane Ainsworth of Port Townsend at Scott-Milo. Several shows open during Gallery Walk on Friday, from 6-9 pm.

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Hint of Autumn by Diane Ainsworth

Friday’s Gallery Walk features historical photos at the Depot and new works by Diane Ainsworth of Port Townsend at Scott-Milo.

Remember the way it was when trains use to stop at the Great Northern Railway Station at 611 R Avenue in Old Town Anacortes?  Maybe not, but you will be able to get a glimpse at what once was a functioning train terminal and telegraph office through photographs at Depot Arts Center’s gallery this month. For Gallery Walk, enjoy music by the Backyard Band.

Scott-Milo presents a great collection of new work in oil by Diane Ainsworth of Port Townsend. It has been a year since they’ve have had so many new landscapes and floral  by Ainsworth. Also showing will be pastels by Sandy Byers, oils and acrylics by Don de Llamas, color photographs by Randy Dana and watercolors by Joanne Shellan.

Meanwhile, Insights Gallery will present their “Petit Pieces” show, featuring a wide selection of works on a small scale by outstanding artists, including Alfred Currier, Ann Schreivogl, LeAnn Adams and Michael Moe. 

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