Her latest works are a compilation of several large and small formats with winter blue themes in original oils on canvas
Artist Liz Pike will be the featured artist at Camas Gallery for the month of December. Area residents can see Pike’s latest works titled “Blue Winter” on display beginning Friday (Dec. 2) through the end of December. Her latest works are a compilation of several large and small formats with winter blue themes in original oils on canvas.
Pike is also showcasing an entire series of mini canvases with joyful Christmas themes. The small format canvases include a new series of Downtown Camas lamp posts and jolly pears decked out for the holidays.
“I’m thrilled to be the featured artist in December at Camas Gallery,” Pike said. “I’ve been honored to be represented by this gallery for the past eight years.”
Camas Gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. with extended hours until 8 p.m. on the First Friday of each month. Camas Gallery is hosting a public art reception for Liz Pike along with other gallery artists from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday (Dec. 2).
The downtown area is expected to come alive with its annual Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony and street performances. Pike’s Shangri-La Farm is sponsoring an array of delectable Christmas treats at the reception on First Friday inside Camas Gallery. Visitors are invited to stop by, share some Christmas cheer and see the latest works by more than a dozen local artists.
Pike participates in several regional shows throughout the year. She is the founder of Camas First Friday Art Walk and the Fern Prairie ART FEST. She is a member of the Battle Ground Art Alliance, Society of Washington Artists and the Artisans Guild of Camas. For the sixth year in a row, Pike was juried into the prestigious Clark County Open Studios Tour which takes place the first weekend in November each year.
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