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Max Hayslette at Carrie Goller Gallery in Poulsbo

CaptureCarrie Goller Gallery, 18801 Front Street in Poulsbo, wants you to mark your calendar for Saturday, August 12, 5-8pm, Second Saturday Artwalk in Poulsbo.  Max Hayslette will be autographing complimentary posters of Woodland Pond #2 (image shown) and showing his latest work.  Join all the fine art galleries on Front Street for wine and fun. 

Steve Pulver’s Work Featured This Month at Artwood in Bellingham

artwoodgIn August, the turned bowls of Steve Pulver are showing at the Artwood Gallery, 1000 Harris Avenue in Bellingham.  Steve, a lifelong Whatcom County native, has been lathe-turning bowls, pens, goblets, for 12 years or more. A member of the Wood Turners Association, he loves to spend time in his shop.  See his work at the gallery walk on August 25. Artwood Gallery, 1000 Harris Avenue in Historic Fairhaven. 360-647-1628; www.artwoodgallery.com

J M King Exhibition at the Cloud Gallery

Thursday August 10,   from 5 – 9 PM, “J M King: Behind the Curtain: portraits of unusual living” opens at the Cloud Gallery, 901 E. Pike in Seattle. King’s portrait work is inspired from caught glimpses of what people see in their own minds as reflections of themselves.  These fleeting instances are recorded in this highly varied and diverse show.

Catherine Eaton Skinner Opens Show at Waterworks

waterWaterworks Gallery, 315 Argyle Avenue in Friday Harbor, opens with a reception for the artist, Friday August 4 from 4-7 pm to introduce Catherine Skinner’s new show, “Silence Without Echo.” The encaustic paintings place us in the shadows, allowing a quiet moment in ever-changing surroundings. This month’s total eclipse, the dissolution then rebirth of sunlight, reminds us that we remain a small part in our world of water, earth, sky and space. There will be an artist talk/walk of the show  Saturday, August 5th  11.30 – 1.30 pm. Image: Still Light IX Release, Encaustic, oil, Moab Entrada paper on panel, 24 x 24 x 2

Jody Bergsma Show at Scott Milo in Anacortes Opens Tonight in Conjunction with the Opening of Anacortes Arts Festival

scottScott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial Avenue in Anacortes, welcomes renowned Bellingham artist, Jody Bergsma to the gallery with her new genre of work in acrylic with mixed media metallic. Bergsma brings florals, birds and landscapes with metallic mixed media accents. Also showing are encaustic paintings by Marilee Holm, oils by Lorna Libert, acrylics by Cynthia Richardson and pastels by Jan Wall. Reception with the artists is Friday, August 4, 6-9pm, held in conjunction with the opening night of the Anacortes Arts Festival.Image: Hummertime, 30 x 30 Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas by Jody Bergsma

Visual and Emotional Reality Opens at Blue Whole in Sequim

bluewholeBlue Whole Gallery, 129 W. Washington in Sequim, opens “Visual and Emotional Reality in Depth” in a reception August 4 from 5-8pm. Featured artists of the month of August are Debbie Cain (gourd artist) and Karen Rozbicki Stringer (photographer).  Debbie and Karen, the two award winning artists known in their respective fields will showcase unique work in the front windows.  Their art will take viewers to the world of fine art filled with joy.  The exhibit will be on through the month of August. Image: Feathered Mask by Debbie Cain.

Seattle First Thursday New Shows

proKoplin Del Rio’s fifth solo exhibition by Einar and Jamex de la Torre, “Borders and Other Imaginary Fractals” opens from 6-8pm tonight at the Prographica/KDR Gallery, 313 Occidental Avenue S. The multiplicity of voices in the de la Torre Brothers’ work begins with their Mexican background, a combination of the Native Mexican, Spanish and Aztec ancestry, resulting in a rich Mestizo hybrid. The works featured in the current exhibition include new hand-blown glass works from their recent artist residency at the Museum of Glass, Tacoma, WA. Recognizable imagery with technically masterful glass elements, depicting various Mayan, Aztec and religious iconography is juxtaposed with historic icons embossed  with scores of trinkets and objects scoured from dollar stores around the world. Image: The Flaunting of Youth

travergThe Stonington Gallery, 125 S. Jackson Street opens from 6-8pm with Dan Friday’s “New Works in Glass.”  The Lummi glassblower is welcomed back to Stonington for his second solo show. Friday utilizes the medium of blown and hotsculpted glass to show reverence for his Lummi Nation heritage, and to honor specific Lummi artists who paved the way.Image: Hot-sculpted Glass Feathers by Dan Friday. Each sandblasted and pumiced

Pattern, Rhythm, Repetition Opens at Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery in a Reception Today From 5 – 6:30 PM

facereWhat do animal prints, chain mail, and nautiluses have in common? – Pattern, Rhythm, Repetition —  Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery, 1420 Fifth Avenue in Seattle,  presents an exhibition of ten jewelry artists exploring the organic, mathematical, and architectural—from texture to statement—from simple to complex. Represented in the exhibit are: Dan Adams & Cynthia Toops, Elisa Bongfeldt, Nancy Mēgan Corwin, Lucie Heskett-Brem, David Licata, Sarah Loertscher, Sharon Massey, Tiff Massey, and Carla Pennie McBride. Image: Dan Adams & Cynthia Toops, 2017, necklace, photo: Doug Yaple

Teresa Saia Show Opens Today at Howard/Mandville

howardOpening today at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, is a solo show of new works by Teresa Saia. Saia has a strong following in both private and corporate collections. Recognized by numerous national awards, her paintings embody a passion she feels for all her subject matter–believing it is necessary to continually develop, explore and grow, living a life devoted to art and bringing art to life. Image: Sunset on the Skagit

Crossing Borders Opens at Waterworks in Friday Harbor

July 21 – September 4

waterCROSSING BORDERS, an Invitational jewelry show featuring jewelers from America and Canada opens at Waterworks Gallery, 315 Argyle Avenue in Friday Harbor. Featured American Jewelers: Maru Almeida, Laurie Hall, Micki Lippe, Suzanne Osborn, Stephanie Tomczak and Myung Urso. Featured Canadian Jewelers: Lydia Buxton, Bridget Catchpole, Suzanne Nairne, Louise Perrone, and Susan Remmant . Each of the invited artist was asked to investigate the concept of a border and crossing a borders while looking at the similarities and differences that occur between people living "across the border".  This show hopes to demonstrate the parallels and contrast between nations and artists. Reception for the artists, Friday July 21 4-7 pm. Artists talk/walk of the show  Saturday, July 22nd 11.30 – 1.30 pm

Jane Hamilton Hovde On View at Fourth Corner in Bellingham

fourthPuget Sound native Jane Hamilton Hovde has a new exhibit at Fourth Corner Frames & Gallery, 311 W. Holly Street in Bellingham. known for semi-abstract painting, symbolism, and drawing. Hoyde’s mentor, Dr. Richard Fuller, the first Director of the Seattle Art Museum, said, “You have unquestionably won a position as one of the leading artists of the Northwest.” A reception for the artist will take place during the Bellingham Art Walk on August 2 from 6-9pm. Image: Maud.

Edmonds Art Walk Third Thursday from 5-8 PM

cascadiaCascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue,, is  featuring a selection of rare sculpture by major Northwest artists covering the decades of 1920’s-1960’s in an exhibition titled “Northwest Sculpture: Five Decades of Form and Innovation.”  Artists working in wood, plaster, marble and bronze include Everett DuPen, John Carl Ely, Marvin Herard, James FitzGerald, Phillip Levine, Ebba Rapp, and George Tsutakawa.

 

 

 

Currently showing at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. opens for the Edmonds Art Walk with Angela Bandurka & Ron Stocke in "Reflections." Both painters are acclaimed for their ability to capture reflections, in still life, city and waterscapes and much more.

 

 

galnorth“From the Earth, Of the Earth” with ceramic work by Melinda O’Malley and paintings by Leah Rene Welch are on view this month at Gallery North, 401 Main Street.The earth is integral to each of these artists, both as a material and a subject.Enjoy refreshments at Art Walk Edmonds on Thursday, July 20, 5-8pm. Be sure to participate in the silent auction for one of Leah’s paintings.

 

 

 

Join Zinc Art, 102 3rd Avenue S.,  this Thursday, July 20th, from 5 – 8pm
for the opening reception of “The Thought of Flying,” featuring new works by Artist
Michael Dickter.

Nancy Grigsby Featured Artist at Artwood in Bellingham

artwoodArtwood Gallery , located at 1000 Harris Avenuein Historic Fairhaven is  Bellingham’s  location for wood furniture and accessories designed and built by local artists.  Dining room sets, desks, chests, hand-made ukuleles,  and small tables are set off by jewelry boxes, bowls, kitchen ware, gifts, decorative items and sculpture in wood and other materials. Showcased this month is award-winning Whatcom County artist, Nancy Grigsby’s work. Meet the artist on July 28 from 2-4 pm.  Artwood will also be a part of Fairhaven’s  first occasion of the “Fourth Friday Art Walk” on July 28, from 5:00-8:30 pm.

Parklane Gallery in Kirkland Opens for Kirkland Art Walk 5-8pm

parklaneParklane Gallery, 130 Park Lane in Kirkland, opens during the Kirkland Art Walk tonight from 5-8pm with a show featuring Donna Wallace, Hilda Bordianu and CJ Peltz.

56th Annual Summer Group Exhibit at Woodside/Braseth

woodsideOpening tonight from 5:30-8:30 pm is “The Collectors’ Eye|56th Annual Group Exhibition” at Woodside/Braseth Gallery, 1201 Western Avenue in Seattle. Features are new & recently acquired works by Victoria Adams, Guy Anderson, William Cumming, Morris Graves, Paul Horiuchi, David Kroll, Jared Rue, Mark Tobey, & Gerard Tsutakawa. The show closes August 12.