Opening Thursday, November 5, 2020. 6-9pm: Priyanka Parmanand – Hope

| October 27, 2020

Floral Paintings by Priyanka Parmanand
Opening Thursday, November 5, 2020 6-9pm 

What is Hope?
“There’s something magical about hope! If you have hope, you can witness life sprouting from barren lands. You just need to take the first step of planting the seeds even when positive outcome seems unlikely. My body of work is a celebration of the indomitable human spirit and represents expectations of positive outcome. It signifies hope for a better tomorrow!” 
— Priyanka Parmanand, artist.

 “Though I do not believe that a plant will spring up where no seed has been, I have great faith in a seed. Convince me that you have a seed there, and I am prepared to expect wonders.” — Henry David Thoreau

About Priyanka:
Priyanka is a self-taught artist living in Issaquah. While growing up, she frequently captured the world around her in sketches and paintings that spanned across various art forms. Little did she know that she would ultimately pursue her passion as a profession. She finally answered her calling in 2008 and immersed herself in studying different art forms. This process solidified her liking for abstract form that gave her the freedom to reflect her thoughts and emotions which is not bound by the visual reality.
Priyanka has carved out a unique abstract style that is bold and vibrant. Her art is full of exciting colors and textures which represents positive energy and spirit towards life. Her paintings are created mostly with palette knives and bare hands. She is a prolific artist in local exhibitions and loves being an art instructor in schools, local art galleries and senior centers.
Priyanka is the founder of Crimson Canvas Arts, a company that mentors budding artists. She believes that every child is an artist in their own unique way. If given the right guidance and opportunity, they will discover their creative world and experience the joy of making art. In today’s busy world where art has taken a back seat, her goal is to provide children with age-appropriate skills to nurture their artistic experiences. She believes “Kids NEED Art” to be future creative thinkers and problem solvers!


Hours: Thursdays: 6-9pm, Saturday/Sunday: 1-6pm
and by appointment. The artist is often here other times and this show is fully viewable from outside the windows 24/7. (hours may change due to Covid restrictions)

We will be having Socially Distant Artwalk on traditional second Thursday, November 12, 2020 from 5-9pm

We will allow 1-2 people into the gallery at a time or up to 5 people from the same family. Masks are MANDATORY. Please maintain social distancing guidelines of 6 feet apart both inside and outside the gallery. NO BAR SERVICE AT THIS TIME

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