The annual Fine Art Show, presented by the artists of the Northshore Senior Center in Bothell took place on May 3 and 4. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

The annual Fine Art Show, presented by the artists of the Northshore Senior Center in Bothell took place on May 3 and 4. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Northshore Senior Center hosts annual Fine Art Show

The show displayed pieces in colored pencil, watercolor, driftwood, woodcarving and more.

Around 100 people gathered for the annual Fine Art Show festivities at the Northshore Senior Center (NSC) on May 3 and 4.

The annual show, presented by the artists of the NSC in Bothell, displayed pieces including pieces in watercolor, color pencil, oil and acrylic, mixed media, acrylic, ceramics and driftwood. There was also woodcarvings. Some artist were also on hand to demonstrate their work. In addition, the annual show included the senior center’s homemade pie sale, jewelry sale and plant sale. Attendees also participated in a silent auction. All proceeds from the action supports the art programs offered by NSC.

Winners of the annual show included Margaret Trudeau as best of show. Sandy Mathewson received a people’s choice ribbon for her driftwood sculpture. Jean White received a people’s choice award for her oil/acrylic painting. Kathleen Flynn received a people’s choice award for acrylic pour piece and Donella Robbins received a people’s choice ribbon for her colored pencil/drawing.


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The show displayed 9 categories including watercolor, color pencil, oil and acrylic, mixed media, acrylic, ceramics, driftwood, and woodcarving. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

The show displayed 9 categories including watercolor, color pencil, oil and acrylic, mixed media, acrylic, ceramics, driftwood, and woodcarving. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

June Arnett carves driftwood at the Fine Art Show in Bothell. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photoe

June Arnett carves driftwood at the Fine Art Show in Bothell. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photoe

Attendees walk around voting for their favorite art pieces. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Attendees walk around voting for their favorite art pieces. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Alta Godwin from Mill Creek next to her displayed art. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Alta Godwin from Mill Creek next to her displayed art. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Judy Moritz, art teacher and event coordinator stands next to some of her art pieces. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

Judy Moritz, art teacher and event coordinator stands next to some of her art pieces. Stephanie Quiroz/staff photo

99 year old Sandy Mathewson with her daughter and teacher Alice Shuler, and her People’s choice ribbon for her Driftwood Sculpture titled “Otto the Octopus.” Courtesy photo of Northshore Senior Center

99 year old Sandy Mathewson with her daughter and teacher Alice Shuler, and her People’s choice ribbon for her Driftwood Sculpture titled “Otto the Octopus.” Courtesy photo of Northshore Senior Center

99-year-old Sandy Mathewson receives her people’s choice ribbon for her driftwood sculpture titled, “Otto the Octopus” from her daughter and teacher Alice Shuler. Courtesy photo of Northshore Senior Center

99-year-old Sandy Mathewson receives her people’s choice ribbon for her driftwood sculpture titled, “Otto the Octopus” from her daughter and teacher Alice Shuler. Courtesy photo of Northshore Senior Center

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