We had a fun opening weekend Sunnyshore Studio’s Dorsey Family second annual Christmas show, “Christmas on Camano.” Here are some of the highlights.
My brother Jed and I cut down our Christmas tree. Our plan is to “home grow” the Studio’s tree each year!
Jenny decorated it beautifully.
And, as she always does, mom made the space so beautiful with her gift of decorating and all the pretty things she has.
On Friday night Jenny led the “unveiling” of my Dad’s annual Christmas painting and cards.
It’s a lovely scene from the Cedarhome area.
There was art from every family member. Fairie’s by Fanny Y. Cory.
Watercolors by Jack Dorsey.
Ann Dorsey had her bright acrylic paintings on display, as well as her new Camano Island poster!
The siblings all had paintings too. Jason’s watercolors.
April’s acrylics and mixed media.
And Jed’s acrylics.
Jed had top sales for the opening (no surprise there!), which we were all very happy at as he makes his living as an artist. He has quite a fan base in Washington, and his art is prized by collectors.
Jed painted live on Saturday, and it was impressive to watch his painting take shape.
The finished product is really quite impressive. I can’t show it here. But it will be for sale on Saturday for a mere 900$.
Most special was seeing friends and artist colleagues from Camano. We are trying to build community through art, and it’s awesome to see that happening.
We’ll be open the follow five Saturdays from 10:00am-5:00pm. We’d love it if you would stop by, view the art, shop for gifts for friends and family, and enjoy one of Mom’s cinnamon rolls.