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Bayside Gallery is here to benefit Bayside Housing & Services. When you purchase art in the gallery or the Gift Shop you are directly contributing to our mission: Strengthening our community through housing, advocacy, and human services supporting social and economic independence. From all of the staff at OAP and Bayside, THANK YOU!

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Show opening Sunday, April 23, 2023, from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm.
The show runs through Thursday, June 22, 2023

Harry Goldstrom

Harry has had an interest in photography from a young age, using a Kodak brownie camera to record his
first photographs at age 8 and learning darkroom techniques during college. He has studied with master
black and white photographers Bruce Barnbaum, Jay Dusard, and Don Kirby. He has had 3 solo exhibits
and more than 7 two person exhibitions in Washington State, and his work is included in numerous
commercial and private collections in the US and Japan. Harry has also co-taught photographic workshops
throughout the Western US, and his work is included in gallery permanent collections in La Conner WA
and has affiliation with galleries in Port Townsend WA.


Hallway Gallery

Sherry Scharschmidt

Sequim, WA

My work features slightly demented cats and dogs, vintage sign letters, and bits of other stuff in happy combinations. Some are cautionary tales, some are functional (i.e. they have hooks for your keys or leash), and some are simply joyful.

I studied fine art at U.C. Berkeley but graduated from the Art Center College of Design with a combo major in illustration and advertising.

I spent 35 years as an art director at advertising agencies from NY to Tokyo to Chicago. Being surrounded by talented and hilarious people left me with a love of design, typography, and problem-solving. Plus the ability to chat with pretty much anyone.

I picked up painting again while living/working in Tokyo, and have been painting full-time since 2015.

I also illustrate children's books with my very first copywriter partner - Dean Hacohen. “Tuck Me In” which has been translated into 8 languages and the follow-up - is “Who’s Hungry?” Our board book “Who Needs A Hug?” is finally out now!

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