Local ‘Roving Gallery’ Artists Stop Roving, Find Permanent Location in Georgetown

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Four local Artists – Keli Sim DeRitis, Denise Chandler Smith, Roxanne Fawcett and Janet S. Crawley – of ‘The Roving Gallery’ have settled into a permanent location in the original Rainier Bottling Plant in Georgetown.

Their new gallery/studio space, on Airport Way South, will feature the art of these four, and they’re holding a reception this Saturday night, May 12.

Tasty snacks and beverages will be offered at The Roving Gallery, which is located at 5628 Airport Way South, #250 (around the back, but worth the journey) in Georgetown.

“Keli, Denise, Roxanne and Janet would like to invite you personally to come to Georgetown this Saturday evening and check out their new digs!” reads an announcement. “Georgetown hosts a monthly art walk, aptly called the Georgetown Art Attack, the second Saturday of each month from 6 to 9 pm. Most of the local artists, studios, restaurants and bars are open and hosting local art. The Roving Gallery will be featuring the art of these four artists.”

More info available here: www.therovinggallery.com.

Here are some examples of their art – click images to see larger versions:

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