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Artist joins Garry Oak Gallery

Garry Oak Gallery in downtown Oak Harbor announces their newest artist, Kim Tinuviel.

Tinuviel’s artwork reflects the abstract textures and colors of her everyday world. She artfully orchestrates a complex interplay of cameras, computers, traditional art-making processes and found objects to create her distinct imagery, and prefers to work in three dimensions, or expand the depth of her two-dimensional work.

Alternative surfaces and processes such as printing and painting on metal and stone are of particular interest. Her artistic goal is to find the extraordinary within the ordinary.

In 2008, Tinuviel’s photographic work was first exhibited in a Whidbey Island group show called “MaKiDa: Lenses On The World.” In 2011, she was featured in the Albuquerque inaugural exhibit of a national 32-artist collaborative encaustic project tour called “Harmony.”

Since 1997, Tinuviel has lived in Langley.

Garry Oak Gallery, a cooperative run by the artists, is located at 830 SE Pioneer Way # 101, Oak Harbor. For more, call 240-0222.

 

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