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Wish photographer ‘Sully’ well in retirement | GALLERIES

Whidbey Art Gallery will be celebrating the work of longtime member Craig “Sully” Sullivan, who is retiring. Sullivan’s photography will be featured for the month of March at the gallery, beginning with a reception Saturday, March 1 from 5 to 8 p.m.

Sullivan has been a resident of the island since 1997 and has photographed countless images of wildlife and landscapes on the island. His work has also been featured in the Whidbey Island Calendars by the Soroptimists International of South Whidbey.

Sullivan was instrumental in the art community, one of the longest active members of the gallery and helped with gallery operations.

Whidbey Art Gallery will also feature the work of four artists in March. Their work includes repurposed materials from whimsical birds to message-in-a-bottle creations.

The gallery is located at 220 Second St., Langley.

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