by Alan Ahtow.
Port Ludlow Art League
The Bay Club
120 Spinnaker Lane
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Black and white art often consists of only highlights, shadows, and shades of gray. By not using color, compositions can be seen more readily because structure and spatial relationships take precedence. Similarly, shapes, lines, textures, and contrast in black and white are prominent. As a result, black and white is often more likely than color to create an abstract visual.
The Bay Club’s art exhibit entitled Black & White is making an encore performance with all new artwork. The art exhibit is sponsored by the Port Ludlow Art League and will be on display during May and June. Be sure to stop by the Bay Club and vote for your favorite artwork.
For more information on art exhibits at the Bay Club, please email Alan Ahtow at portludlowart.org/contact.