Rockland Woods Open House
November 23, Saturday, 12-7 pm
Hutch Harris was born in New York City, raised in Silicon valley, and has resided in Portland, Oregon since 1998. Harris was the lead singer and primary songwriter of post-pop-punk legends The Thermals, and recently released his solo debut LP Only Water, an introspective and meditative collection of songs exploring love and loss. Harris will be touring the US and EU moderately in 2019 and 2020.
Florence Wiley is a band from Seattle/Tacoma. Musically they play moody, folksy pop music. Lyrics tend to be about people, relationships, dreams and absurd behavior. Influences include Beck, Fugazi and Barry Manilow.
Jodi Rockwell has been a potter, sculptor and installation artist for 30 years, consistently engaging the sensuality of form in her work as it relates to the body and landscape. Her work has been seen at Koplin Del Rio Gallery, KOBO Gallery and Shop, The Henry Art Gallery, Whatcom Museum, SOIL Art Gallery, and with Vital 5 Productions' Out of Sight. At this event, she will feature hanging outdoor lanterns and smaller functional work.
Mary Krochmalny makes sophisticated, yet humble pottery using rich, natural clay bodies and earthy matte glazes. Forms are wheel thrown and reference modern design with the warmth of human touch. Krochmalny holds a BFA in Textiles from Rhode Island School of Design. She is currently living at Rockland Woods as Caretaker, working with Shawn Landis on construction of facilities and expanding Rockland Outreach.
Coco Spadoni is a potter and ceramics artist based in Seattle. They use a library of abstracted symbols that reference the bodily to embrace dreams, the human experience of embarrassment and our own personal shortcomings, tributes to failed love, and re-imaginings of queerness. They love making work that can be held, hugged and sipped out of!
Danielle Blackwell is a multimedia Artist and Designer. She studied in the Apparel Design Program at SCCC and in the performance production department at Cornish College of Fine Art. Danielle has apprenticed with Mark Mitchell whose solo show BURIAL, was showcased at the FRYE museum in Seattle in 2013. In 2011 her work was shown in Z!NK magazine, in 2010 her costumes for the Offshore project made it to the AWARDS show at On The Boards in Seattle. Danielle maintains ongoing collaborations with, The Maureen Whiting Dance Co., The Offshore Project, HYPERNOVA, Peggy Piacenza, Ezra Dickinson and Paige Barnes.
Walk forest trails
Canoe Mission Lake
Try the potters wheel
Wood fire pizza (Suggested Donation)
Bring your own picnic (free)
PLEASE BRING CASH to support art sales, suggested donations for food and various offerings on site. NO INTERNET AVAILABLE to swipe cards.
All proceeds go to Rockland Residency programs.
Just added! We all know what this means! Thank you, Trophy, for joining the party and spreading cupcake love!
Newly Added! Selling ceramic bowls with text.
Ezra Dickinson has a kaleidoscopic vision as a highly generative visual artist and performance maker. His mediums include ceramics, graphic design, painting (murals and on canvas), sculpture, photography, costume construction and design, video, stop-motion animation, postering/activism, printmaking, woodworking, installation/spatial design, movement, dance, choreography, poetry, and acting. His prolific practices stem from his early formation as a creative person, instilled through his relationship with his mother, his first dance teacher and mentor.
Rockland Woods (View)
3467 N Mission Rd West
Bremerton, WA 98312
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