Plymouth Church of Seattle celebrates the opening of their newly remodeled sanctuary. This beautiful renovation includes lighting, new paint, ceramic tile floors, acoustic wall configurations and an astonishing new ($2.4 million) pipe organ. Modeled after the Cavaille-coll organ at St. Francoise Church in Lyon, France, it will be the only purely authentic French Romantic organ in the Pacific Northwest. I look forward to the performances! The Sanctuary Improvement Project Committee, improvement donors and all who were involved will be acknowledged in the grand reopening on Sunday, May 3, at 4 PM. The Susan Pascal Trio and Plymouth Church Choir will perform in celebration. I am so honored that Janice Randal, Plymouth's Director of Communications, selected my steel and wood sculpture, "Oracle at Delphi" to be part of Plymouth Church's inaugural exhibition! The sanctuary and sculptural exhibit will be open on Seattle's First Thursday Ar
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It's a blue sky day! Great weather for a drive and some island hopping. That's what I am about to do because tonight is my opening at Roby King Galleries on Bainbridge Island. Here is a link to the images I will be exhibiting. Brian Fisher at Roby King Galleries I am very excited to be showing my Rust Monoprints and several new wall sculptures. The sculptures are a bit of a twist to what I have been doing with steel,(rusting.) Two of the sculptures are made from stainless and one of those combines stainless with carved and painted wood. It has been my intention to combine carved wood with cut steel and since the beginning of the year, sculpture, Elaine Hanowell has been teaching me to carve in wood. She is a wonderful artist and teacher and I am grateful for her instruction. "Okeanos," is the Titan who personified the world ocean encircling the "known world" in Greek Myth. My wall sculpture "Okeanos," at right, is 47.5 x 24 x 4.