STANWOOD — Organic Metamorphosis is Camano Island artist David Taber’s latest sculpture, inspired by the natural world he surrounds himself in. Previous works saw him create a giant wooden octopus, and a turtle made from stone.

His latest work borrows from birds, featuring carved wooden feathers up to 6 feet in length with light boxes setting the ambiance for the work as a whole.

The opening reception will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. today, June 13, at Cassera Gallery at Designs NW Architects, 26915 102nd Drive NW Suite 102-103, Stanwood. designsnw.com/gallery.

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