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EvCC art gallery showcases work of retired instructor Keith N. Imus Feb. 21-March 17

Press Release

Release Date: Feb. 21, 2017

Contact: Greg Kammer, EvCC Russell Day Gallery Director, 425-388-9439; gkammer@everettcc.edu

Retired EvCC art instructor Keith N. Imus’ work on display Feb. 21-March 17 at the Russell Day Gallery

“Tahitian Nocturne #2,” painting by Keith N. Imus.

EVERETT, Wash. – Artist Keith N. Imus likes experimenting. 

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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. 

Photographer Craig J. Barber’s work on display Jan. 17 to Feb. 10 at EvCC

Press Release

Release Date: Jan. 5, 2017

Contacts: Greg Kammer, EvCC Russell Day Gallery Director, 425-388-9439; gkammer@everettcc.edu

Photographer Craig J. Barber’s work on display Jan. 17 to Feb. 10 at EvCC

Photos: “Temple of Literature,” photo by Craig J. Barber, picture of Craig J. Barber.

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Photography by Everett Community College graduate Craig J. Barber will be on display Jan. 17 to Feb. 10 at EvCC’s Russell Day Gallery.  Barber, of Seattle, is known for his use of antiquated photography processes, including pictures shot with a homemade cardboard pinhole camera. His platinum prints, made by a monochrome printing process, appear deeper and richer than modern photo development.  Visitors are invited to meet Barber at a public reception 12:30-2:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 19. Barber has had more than 60 solo exhibitions worldwide in his 20-year career and credits his EvCC art instructors in 1976 with giving him the courage to pursue his artistic dreams.