Paper artist Kerry Nagel is marking a turning point in her life by returning to Whitefish and producing an intriguing collection of work both in theme and in materials. Kerry is exploring themes of shelter, protection, and emergence; her use of non-traditional materials, ranging from seaweed and wasp paper, to bones and feathers makes the viewer question what has been fabricated by the artist, and how much of the material has been created by nature. This exhibition is sure to provoke thoughtful dialogue and keep you thinking about the work long after leaving the gallery. Opening reception Thursday, September 1st 6-9pm in conjunction with Whitefish Gallery Nights, at Whitefish Pottery/Stillwater Gallery 240 Central Ave. The show will run through the month of September.