My Edmonds News Reports on Gary Faigin Exhibition 'Scene nearby: Enjoying the work of Gary Faigin'

Edmonds art lovers were among those celebrating the Thursday opening of Gary Faigin’s “The Age of Steam” exhibit at the Harris/Harvey Gallery in Seattle. According to Edmonds attendee Marni Muir, Faigin has served on the board of directors for Cascadia Art Museum since its inception.  He has exhibited widely with solo exhibits throughout the greater Seattle area including Frye Art Museum. He has also been a generous donor with his portraiture art for the Cascadia Art Museum Galas over the years, Muir said.

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