Artist Keith N. Imus likes experimenting. The retired Everett Community College art instructor’s work ranges from sumi ink drawings to stainless steel sculptures. He creates with acrylics, marble, bronze, oil paint, metal and words – authoring six books. EvCC’s Russell Day Gallery is showing a variety of Imus’ artwork Feb. 21-March 17. The public is also invited to a reception with Imus 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 23 at the gallery. Imus, of Seattle, has had artwork exhibited in Seattle, Bellingham, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Japan and Iran. He’s the author of the memoir “Isn’t Life Fun,” “IMUS/Art” coffee table book and the westerns “Outrage,” “Zero Smith,” “Cheyenne Williams” and Galway.