Four members of the same Kennewick family share more than DNA.
Joseph Rastovich and his parents, LuAnn Ostergaard and Michael Rastovich, are accomplished artists. So is LuAnn's mother, Salle Ostergaard.
"My mother has always been supportive and very interested in my art endeavors," LuAnn said. "But I truly think her seeing Joseph develop and grow as a young artist and begin to flourish as one has inspired her in new ways with her own art!
"So with her creating art again, the three of us have decided to start showing together ... with one good husband thrown into the mix!"
The work of this three-generation family will be shown at T & L Office Supply during the next ArtWalk event Dec. 2 in downtown Kennewick.
Joseph, a 2009 Kennewick High grad, will show various sizes of his steel wall sculptures. All have Celtic designs.
LuAnn will show a mixture of her eye-catching abstract work that blends photography and painting.
Michael, who is known for his large sculpture pieces, will present a selection of his digital paintings, along with etchings and pastel pieces.
Salle will exhibit her watercolors.
The ArtWalk is from 6 to 9 p.m., with 17 businesses in a four-block radius in the downtown area taking part. There will balloons along the sidewalks pinpointing the various venues.
Here's a list of other local artists also being featured:
-- You & I Framing and Gallery, 214 W. First Ave., features oil paintings by Michelle Fayant and Bridget Rodasky, as well as drawings by Kennewick High School junior Sydney Langlois.
-- Splash, 11 S. Dayton St., will exhibit a swath of holiday treasures and ornaments as well as beaded creations.
-- Lisa McGee Decor, 9 S. Dayton St., will feature hand-crafted holiday quilts and stylish jackets.
-- Cupcakes Bakery & Deli, 308 W. Kennewick Ave., will feature the artistry of Carol Doenges.
-- Thomas Kinkade Art Gallery, 19 N. Cascade St., features Kinkade's fine art reproductions and other gift items.
-- Muse-A-Salon, 6 N. Cascade St., features a collection of Maui landscapes from various photographers.
-- Sagebrush Old West, 10 N. Cascade St., features a display of original and reproduction late 1800s period clothing.
-- Chell Design, 11 S. Benton St., Suite A, features jewelry design by Wendy Lee and creative faux sample artwork by Michelle Allgaier.
-- T&L Office Supply, 203 W. Kennewick Ave., features the Ostergaard-Rastovich family of artists.
-- The Bridge, 127 W. Kennewick Ave., features the work of John Bagriel and friends.
-- Zinful, 114 W. Kennewick Ave., features the art work of Melinda Meiojas of Goju Art.
-- Roxy Antiques, 101 W. Kennewick Ave., features beaded accessories and garments by Debbie Bon Harris as well as holiday decor, vintage jewelry.
-- Kennewick Coffee Co., 101 W. Kennewick Ave., features the paintings of Cameron T. Mills.
-- Roxy Wine Bar, 101 W. Kennewick Ave., features artists Angie Barness, Malia Graves and Jennifer Hutchison, all from Seattle.
-- Edward D. Jones, 16 W. Kennewick Ave., features the watercolor artists Chris Walling and acrylic/watercolor artist John Fabian.
-- Laura Gable Studio, 17 N. Auburn St., features fused glass jewelry and accessories by Linda Andrews.
-- B&G House of Style, 123 W. First Ave., will feature the work of Malia Graves, Melitta and Marcia Wyatt.
There is no admission fee to participating businesses.
*Dori O'Neal: 582-1514; email@example.com