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Join fiber artist Evette Allerdings for a vibrant drop-in silk kerchief painting experience! Create your own unique 10×10-inch masterpiece using luxurious silk fabric and a variety of colorful nontoxic paints. No prior experience needed—just bring your creativity and enjoy a fun, hands-on session of artistic expression guided by Evette’s expert tips and inspiring techniques. Materials are provided and there is no cost to participate.

This is a drop-in Art Walk experience; no RSVP or registration is required. The Waterfront Coffee Bar at Field Hall will be open from 5-8PM during Second Saturday Art Walk.

Field Hall is excited to be a part of Port Angeles Second Saturday Artwalk. To see all participating galleries and locations, visit https://www.portangelesartscouncil.org

Evette Allerdings is currently featured in the Field Hall Gallery exhibit COLORS OF NATURE. For more information visit www.fieldhallevents.org/gallery

Evette Allerdings was taught to sew by her mother when she was eight. She began sewing her clothes as well as clothes for her various Barbie and Ken dolls. Every summer she and several of her friends that lived on the same block put on fashion shows for the neighborhood until she went to middle school.

At age 13 she saw a high school production of Don Quixote and dreamed of being a costumer. Too shy to get involved in the theater, she often walked by the high school drama class peeking in the door but not having the courage to walk in. She graduated with a BS in Fashion Design from the University of Hawaii but chose to become a medical assistant for her lifetime career. In her mid-30’s she finally took a theater course at her local community college and later became a costumer at Windward Community College for 27 years. Winning multiple awards for best costumer, the last being for Phantom of the Opera.

As a costumer, Evette was often frustrated in her search for the perfect fabric and yearned to design her own. This led her to silk painting and she now uses silk painting to express herself. Yearning to sew again, her next challenge will be incorporating her silk paintings into garments.

Evette won First Price in the 2D division for last year’s Silk Painter’s International competition for her painting Solace. She has participated in recent exhibitions in Washington, and you can see some of her continuing work in the Fiber Habit window in Port Townsend.

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