Meloy Gallery: Laura Hamje Sea & Land Paintings

Following Laura Hamje's highly publicized paintings of Seattle's Alaskan Way viaduct before its destruction in 2019, Laura makes her Bellingham gallery debut with seven landscapes executed in oil and oil pastel. 

The subjects are tightly cropped scenes of nature, captured along the Pacific Northwest coast. Tangled webs of ferns and leaves interact with elegantly daubed spatters of pebbles and salt and freshwater rivulets. A book of Laura's viaduct paintings well also be available for sale. 

May 5 - 28, 2023: recurring event for 4 weeks. Each week in May on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday - noon to 4 pm.

By appointment, please call Rebecca at 360-201-9038; or shop online at Any of Laura's paintings can be shipped, call to arrange.

Starts: May 05, 2023

Occurs: Every week on Sunday Friday, Saturday, until May 28, 2023
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Admission: Free!

Location: Meloy Gallery - Bay Street Village (Downstairs)
301 W. Holly St, Bellingham, WA 98225

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Produced By: Meloy Gallery

Contact Person: Rebecca Meloy

Phone: 360-201-9038


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