The White Bird Gallery will host their Robin and John Gumaelius exhibit: ceramic and mixed media sculpture from Friday, March 20, through Sunday, April 26. The reception is cancelled.

The gallery is open regular hours to a limited number of people throughout the weekend. Private and virtual viewings are available.

Robin and John Gumaelius combine steel, ceramic and wood to create animated human and bird-like sculptures. The highly detailed works incorporate imagery of plants and animals, houses, boats, wheels, masks and other symbolic motifs that reflect on the journeys of traveling through life. The husband and wife team work together on each piece. Their artworks that reveal intricate stories fathomed by a creative couple and told through of a singular vision of their world.

The Gumaelius’ live an imaginative life, raising their four children in a coastal region of Washington State where they have built their home, studios, barns and gardens. They have a fluid working relationship, trading roles constantly in their artwork as well as their home life. In this environment Robin and John record their stories onto the beautiful and unique sculptural works they create, breathing life and conversation into these clay and metal sculptures.

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