Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Port Angeles, WA
The museum, designed by architect Paul Hayden-Kirk, was built in 1951 as a private home for Charles and Esther Webster. Among the center’s archives are a series of photographs by noted architectural photographer Art Hupy which showed the house as it appeared in 1951. Using these pictures as source material, I set out to re-furnish the public areas of the house with furniture, light fixtures, drawings and paintings of my own design inspired the Webster's furnishings and collections.
The show's title reflects this triad of the artist(s) Esther Webster and myself, the architect, Paul Hayden-Kirk, and the collector, Esther Webster.