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Seattle-based Ginger Reinauer explored many forms of art including glass blowing, textile art, and making her own clothes.

Her piece Shirley, not a plane is part of the Juried Group Show in the Red Barn.

a collective of different artworks presented on a gallery wall.


Featuring flight-inspired works from 23 artists. Explore surprising expressions in glass sculptures, experimental textiles, prints, photographs, paintings, and multimedia creations.


“As an appreciator of color, patterns, and unusual mediums,” says Reinauer, “I try to make my art in a way that makes people think about it or at least walk away thinking ‘I didn’t know those patterns could match, or a plane could be soft and fluffy,’ so that’s always a fun aspect to my work.”

Although not originally from Seattle, Ginger has called it her home for over 15 years, “I’m passionate about spreading the word that you don’t have to have an art degree or be in a gallery to be an artist, still learning this myself. Having Autism and ADHD means I like to learn the history and trivia for as many interesting crafts as I have room in my house for.”