Studio TWOZEROTWO showcases local Walla Walla area artists. We present some as resident artists for a year or longer, with new artwork added regularly. We also host a guest artist which rotates quarterly. There’s always something new at Studio TWOZEROTWO
Guest Artist: Colleen Monette
Colleen is a salvage artist, drawn to the ancient, the used. Her style, her aesthetic is much like a historian or archaeologist, preserving what she unearths: beautiful penmanship, an old love letter, a workman's tool.
View Colleen's work on display in the Studio through December 2017.
Resident Artist: Squire Broel
Over the past few years, while artist Squire Broel completed and installed large-scale commissioned sculptures, he made an intentional decision to hold off on publicly exhibiting his personal studio work. During that time he continued to explore the ideas and aesthetics that he had engaged in over the past two decades. Embracing a new reality he began to question the validity of a creative career that focused solely on a linear and specific trajectory. “Creativity–much like life–is chaotic, mysterious and often misunderstood. But also like life, it is spontaneous, exhilarating and ever-changing.” That line of thinking formed much of the motivation behind the curated selection of works in Studio TWOZEROTWO.
Resident Artist: Penny Michel
For the past 15 years, Penny Michel, a ceramic artist, has specialized in sculptures, bowls, and platters. Her glazing techniques are unique and inspiring. Her work is inspired by the ancient cultures of Mesopotamia and others in the Middle East.
View her work in the Studio, or online at www.PennyMichel.com