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If You're in Seattle, See Michelle Anderst at True Love Gallery

We just can’t help it – once we make a dear friend, she’s a friend even if she moves away, and that’s the case with Michelle Anderst. Her work is just so innovative, unique, beautifully biological and…well…cool! Check out the Natural Science exhibition now through July 7, give Michelle a big We Miss You from southern Oregon and bring home some of her hybrid scientific illustration/fine art oils!

True Love Art Gallery

presents

Natural Science

Opening reception on Thursday, June 13th 6-10pm during Capitol Hill Artwalk This month we are excited to feature paintings and drawings from six artists. Each draws their inspiration from the many branches of the natural sciences, examining the physical world through entomology, biology, and zoology. Artists: Cory Benhatzel Michelle Anderst Scott Dalrymple Levi Hastings Brian Britigan Timothy Dice Entomology by Don Ehlan Opening night music by Jimi Jaxon (Decibel, Bottom Forty) Show runs through July 7th

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Where the Magic Happens: Bandon Arts & Culture Club

Bandon Arts and Culture Club. Photo by Geneva Miller.

Bandon Arts and Culture Club offers after school enrichment for Bandon’s middle school students. Now in its third year, the program is filled to capacity with students on a waiting list. The club is supported financially by grants and donations and benefits from dedicated volunteers. Harbor Lights Principal Deborah Greenfield encouraged Affatati to launch the program for students who were not interested in sports or other extracurricular activities then offered at the school.

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Where the Magic Happens: Bandon Arts & Culture Club

Bandon Arts and Culture Club offers after school enrichment for Bandon’s middle school students. Now in its third year, the program is filled to capacity with students on a waiting list. The club is supported financially by grants and donations and benefits from dedicated volunteers. Harbor Lights Principal Deborah Greenfield encouraged Affatati to launch the program for students who were not interested in sports or other extracurricular activities then offered at the school.

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