Healing Gallery Opening Reception Thursday March 19

Photo courtesy: Grays Harbor Community Hospital

Submitted by Grays Harbor Community Hospital

Grays Harbor Community Hospital in partnership with Our Aberdeen is proud to announce the artist opening reception at the Healing Gallery located in Grays Harbor Community Hospital. Now entering the 8th year of our collaboration we are excited to display many beautiful works from local artists.

A mix of established, emerging and student artists from our community, the spring show this year includes pieces from local artists: Judy Arbuckle, Jessica Barragan, Odette Brown, Kenzie Charles, Jax Eaton, Joshua Farrar, Jorja Halpin, Gay Hoffman, Terry Hosford, Loni LaQuill, Carrie Larson, Mariko Maita, Yoko Minkler, Abigail Parkhurst, David Rodriguez, Ed Schroll, Nayla Sengchan, Ken Slaughter, Matt Strom, Eren Swift, Judy Rowe Taylor, Cristal Venegas, Larry Walden, Vanessa Mondragon Williams, and Richards Woods. The show was curated by Jan Swan, the new Director of the Healing Gallery for Our Aberdeen.  Jan is an experienced curator and has her own gallery, The Rowan Tree Gallery, located in the Aberdeen Art Center.

“We hope the community will join us in celebrating the healing power of art and the tremendous talent of our community. We are very excited to continue our collaboration with Our Aberdeen, and look forward to seeing community members at the opening.” Chris Majors, Director of Marketing and Public Relations.

Event Located at: 915 Anderson Dr, Aberdeen, WA 98520

About Grays Harbor Community Hospital

Grays Harbor Community Hospital (GHCH) Aberdeen, Washington, is a comprehensive regional medical center providing quality care to a region of over 70,000 residents covering the 2,000 square miles of Grays Harbor County within Grays Harbor Public Hospital District II. Established in 1959, Grays Harbor Community Hospital is licensed for 140 beds; services including a level-three trauma designated emergency department, critical care unit, surgical services and Family Birth Center. GHCH’s outpatient services include diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation therapies, wound healing center, surgical services and physician clinics. Learn more at www.ghcares.org

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