March 22, 2021

Lily Herrington
Hotel Bellwether

David Syre’s Art Can Now be Enjoyed at Hotel Bellwether

David Syre, a Bellingham local, inspired by his travels, subconscious mind, and nature, brings his imagination to life through his large-scale acrylic paintings, sculptures, and art installations. His bold lines and bright colors can now be seen hanging throughout the corridors, lobby, and dining room of Hotel Bellwether, and Lighthouse Grill, where guests can divulge in his craft.

The exhibition will be kicked-off on Friday, April 9th, with some of Syre’s closest friends and loved ones and will be available for public enjoyment and purchase into spring & summer. We invite you to wander the halls to grasp his methods and dialogues. Please visit David Syre’s website, or visit his gallery here in Bellingham at 465 W Stuart Rd. for more insight and information.

David Syre Whatcom County Artist

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