“Wintery Reflections” by Angele Woolery. Oil on canvas at Rob Schouten Gallery, Langley.

“Wintery Reflections” by Angele Woolery. Oil on canvas at Rob Schouten Gallery, Langley.

February features various gallery openings and events

FIRST SATURDAY Langley Art Walk is 5-7 p.m, Saturday, Feb. 2. Galleries host receptions and showcase local artists.

FEBRUARY BRINGS MUSIC to MUSEO as it celebrates artists and the music that inspires them. More than two dozen artists in several different mediums will be presenting work created in response to their favorite song, band or type of music. Come see and hear at the reception 5-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2 at 215 First Street, Langley.

ROB SCHOUTEN GALLERY presents a group show to help drive away mid-winter blues. The gallery’s most talented artists bring in some of their most exquisite original pieces with fresh color and light. Included are handmade jewelry, fine sculptures in bronze, stone, wood and steel, original paintings in a variety of styles and mediums, and some extraordinary fine art glass including handblown, sculpted and fused glass. Opening reception 5-7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2.

WHIDBEY ART GALLERY presents a poem by DALLAS HUTH, “What the Island teaches me,” to inspire this month’s work by member artists. Guest artist Sydnee Elliot gives new life to the old with abstract art created from found pieces of bookbindings, discolored pages, and often includes a few lost words. Ceramic artist Kristine Mcinvaille is also featured. Meet the artists, 5-7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2 at 220 Second St., Langley.

SECOND SATURDAY ART WALK at Greenbank Farm is 2-5 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 9.

ARTWORKS GALLERY presents “The Colors of Love” with gallery artists including the theme in their work. Work for sale at the co-operative gallery includes a selection of wall art, usable pottery, wood art, glass art, jewelry and wearable fiber art. Join the artists at reception, 2-5 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, Greenbank Farm.

RAVEN ROCKS GALLERY is owned by its primary artists, Mary Jo Oxrieder and Windwalker Taibi. They specialize in weaving, fiber arts and sell their own hand-spun yarn. The public is invited to make ORGAMI PEACE CRANES 2-4 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2 at the gallery. Lessons provided. Monthly reception is 2-5 p.m., Saturday, Feb.9, Greenbank Farm.

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