Japanese maple red and yellow fall foliage

2022 Art in the Woods Studio Tour + upcoming shows

It’s Fall! Finally, the rain and winds arrived and cleared out the awful wildfire smoke. It’s time to announce upcoming art events where I’m showing my work. 

TLDR: 2022 Upcoming shows

  • Art in the Woods (our place is on the tour!)
    Nov. 11-13, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
  • Indianola Holiday Art Fair, Nov. 19, 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
  • Bainbridge Island Winter Studio Tour, Dec. 2-4 

You’re invited to our open studio

2022 Art in the Woods

Tim and I will be showing our art together as part of the North Kitsap peninsula Art in the Woods Studio Tour. It’s a self-guided tour of 20 Artists’ studios, with over 50 participating local artists. 

Come on out to Fernwoods, that’s what we call our place in Indianola, Washington. It’s where my husband, Tim Celeski, and I live and work. It’s tucked up in the woods, and yes, it has a lot of ferns! 

Art in the Woods Studio Tour, Nov. 11-13

Fri., Sat., Sun., Nov. 11-13, 2022, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (Tour website)

What you’ll see at Fernwoods

My limited edition abstracts: expressive digital paintings, and the modern Shapemaking series, will be displayed and available for purchase. A selection of mixed media originals from my 2021 100-Day Project, Abstract Sketchbook, will also be shown. I’ll have my iPad handy and am happy to demo how I use it to create my digital paintings.

Flat color abstract composition in pink and green
A Gift, Shapemaking 2018, No. 89, available in several sizes.
Red Wrap from my new Glyph Series
Limited edition archival print, edition of 20
22 x 17 in. framed $475 (unframed $300)
Other sizes are available.
Posing with the Shapemaking series.
Limited edition archival prints, 2021 Art in the Woods
In Port, digital painting
Visitor, digital painting

My husband, Tim Celeski, will have his contemporary wood sculpture and other surprises on display and available for purchase. Maybe see a 3D printing or CNC demo. We’ll be set up in his spacious woodworking shop. Check out his Instagram @timcel@celeski.digital, and @woodworking.digital (yes, he has three accounts!).

Below are some fun pieces from Tim’s B Flat series.

Visitors at last year’s open studio.

Finding Fernwoods

From the Seattle side, hop on a ferry. Indianola is about 30 minutes north of the Bainbridge Island Ferry Terminal and 12 minutes south of the Kingston Terminal. Check the ferry schedule online, because it’s subject to change these days. Our address is 21072 Fern St NE, Indianola.

There will be lots of yellow “Art in the Woods” signs directing you to the studios. You can pick up a map/brochure along the way, view the map online, or download the Map PDF. We’re studio No. 6. So rest assured, if you make it to Indianola, you’ll see lots of signs pointing the way.  

There are two other studios very nearby. Meredith Chernik’s Fern Street Pottery (Studio 5 just down the street from us), and Sydni Sterling Studio (Studio 4).

Also coming up quick…

Indianola Holiday Art Fair, Sat. Nov. 19

9 am–3 pm at the IBIC Clubhouse, it’s always lively! Here’s the Google map.

Bainbridge Island Winter Studio Tour, Dec. 2-4

Like last year I’ll be at the Grange with friends Paula Gill and Sydni Sterling. Check the BIST website for the list of artists and the tour map.

Enjoy the change of season, and we hope to see you at Fernwoods for Art in the Woods Studio Tour