Archive for the ‘Gallery News’ Category
“Canopies,“ new work by Kimberly Clark, Eric Elliott, Tamblyn Gawley, and Evelyn Woods is showing at Prographica Gallery, 3419 East Denny Way, from June 27 – August 26. The show opens Saturday June 27 with a reception from 2 to 4 pm. “Canopy” connotes a covering, like an awning or a blind. Evelyn Woods presents a very complete description of her subject; it is her intention to evoke the presence of trees with such clarity that you can almost smell them. But in the work of Eric Elliott you need to really look for a moment to see the foliage. Then the sense of space, volume, and “breathable air” makes itself known. It is the sense of an “abstract whole” that appeals in the work of Tamblyn Gawley. She assembles multiple small panels, each with a minutely rendered portion of a tree, to form a whole allowing the viewer to see the “abstraction” prior to the tree. For Kimberly Clark, the canopy is of less interest than the volume of space it encloses. She makes “looking up” tangible and invites the viewer to appreciate the space and breathe the air. Shown: Kimberly Clark, First Fall
Good Earth Pottery, 1000 Harris Avenue in the Fairhaven District of Bellingham, is currently featuring the work of avid sketch artist Debra Stern. She takes her drawings from the page to the kiln with functional and sculptural ceramic wares. Her show will be on view for the month of June.
“Summer’s Palette”, an exhibit of acrylic paintings by award-winning artist Lyn Linder, is currently showing through June 30 at Gallery North, 401 Main Street in Edmonds. The show will include many of her latest works featuring scenic landscapes and local wildlife. Meet her at the Edmonds Art Walk on June 18 from 5-8pm. Shown: Golden Reflection.
,Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue in Edmonds will present a multi-artist show titled “Northwest Waters” running through July 13 headlining Austin Dwyer with an artist reception on June from 5-8pm. The show will feature over thirty-five paintings of ships, marinas, marine life, and waterways specific to our region. Dwyer will also be conducting a visual presentation on “Ships to Remember” at Cole Gallery on June 20 from 6:30-8:30pm during the run of the show. There he will tell the stories on vessels ranging from the 9th century to present day with a Q&A at the end.
The Fine Impressions Gallery, 8300 5th. Avenue NE in Seattle, celebrates Father’s Day during June with fine prints they might like. June also marks the kick off of Seafair with one of the Greenwood Car Show. Running all day on Saturday June 27, it features over a mile and a half of classic cars. You can see one of these 1908 Rolls Royces, perfectly captured by artist George A. Oliver as part of his “Early Motor-Cars: 1904 – 1915” series currently showing at the gallery. .
“Marked, Stitched and Mended: Featured Artist Jan Smith,” is on view from June 15 – July 15 at the Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery, 1420 Fifth Avenue in Seattle. Canadian metalsmith, printmaker and ceramicist Jan Smith, investigates surface as a medium through which to communicate ideas of healing and memory. Smith handles enamel in a non-traditional manner, creating unique surfaces combined with thoughtful illustration.
On June 14, 1997, the Blue Whole Gallery , 129 W. Washington Street in Sequim, an artists’ co-op with 26 members, opened its doors. What started as "an experiment in excellence, a fine art gallery of professional artists pursuing creative originality" has continued and thrived to this day. The gallery currently has 30 artists working with oil, acrylic and watercolor, mixed media, assemblage, photography, fused glass, metal sculpture, ceramics, wood sculpture and turning, and jewelry. As they begin their 18th year, they’re still thriving with quality and originality. Shown: Three Presidents (from left Barbara Boerigter, Margo Hankel, and Brian Buntain). Photo by Larry Barnes
“By Land or By Sea” opens at the Mainframe Shop, 5628 Airport Way S. #110, June 13 with a reception for the artist’s from 6-9 pm and continues through July 4th with viewing hours by appt. during the week, Friday 11am- 7pm. and Saturday 10am-3pm. The exhibit, featuring works by Ed Bopp and Kelly Johnston, reexamines the old genres of landscape and seascape painting from divergent contemporary perspectives.
Plein air artist extraordinaire, Robin Weiss’s work is on view at the Carrie Goller Gallery , 18801 Front Street, Poulsbo, in a reception held during the Second Saturday Art Walks in Historic Downtown Poulsbo on June 13 from 5-8pm. Original works by Carrie Goller and regional artists are also showcased. throughout the year. Image: Skagit Valley Farm, by Robin Weiss,
Showing through July 3 at the Gunnar Nordstrom Gallery, 800 Bellevue Way NE, is “Draw Cowboy,” new work by famed cowboy artist Thom Ross. The opening for his show is June 10 from 6-8pm. Ross is best known for his accurate and extremely whimsical portrayal of events taken from the Wild West era. His paintings, accurate in their history, show little-known events or happenings transformed into whimsical stories. Ross is a master researcher of the period and thrives on finding little known events and adventures of the Wild West to revisit as paintings. He is frequently asked to speak at colleges on the history of the Wild West, is used often as an expert on wild west documentaries and even acts in a variety of made-for-TV movies dealing with the west. Shown: Three Gunmen
Ryan James Fine Arts, 11905 124th Avenue NE in Kirkland, invites all to a reception for “Urban Sprawl” opening June 11 from 5-10pm. The exhibit, showing through July 3, is the work of French photographer and plastic artist Emmanuel Monzon. Now living in Seattle Monzon has exhibited his works mainly in France, Singapore, USA, China, and has also participated in several arts fairs and collective exhibitions. He graduated from the Beaux Arts in Paris, with honors.
On view through November 8 at the Northwest African American Museum, located at 2300 South Massachusetts Street, is Deborah Moore’s “Glass Orchidarium.” Moore creates sculpted glass orchids that are inspired by her distant travels and immersion in nature. She has been captivated by tropical Jamaican blooms, Olympic forest nurse logs, Thai bamboo, and Antarctic lichen. Her glass orchids are sometimes treated as isolated specimens, pinned to the wall, suspended in air, or arranged as in Japanese ikebana.The owner of the Fiori Glass Studio, she has taught at the Pilchuck Glass School, Pratt Fine Arts Center, Hilltop Artist-in-Residence Program and studied under Lino Taglieapietra and Dale Chihuly. She is represented locally by the Traver Gallery.
“Studies in Light and Space, The Art of Jen Till” opens tonight from 6-8pm at The Island Gallery, 400 Winslow on Bainbridge Island. Her exhibit, showing through June 28, includes new oil paintings on canvas, wood and paper. Also featured art summer collections from Carol Lee Shanks, Katrin Noon and the estate jewelry of Lou Zeldis. The Ranger and the Re-Arrangers Gypsy Jazz Band will entertain during the opening. Shown: Water…Prayer by Jen Till.
Waterworks Gallery, 315 Argyle Avenue in Friday Harbor, showcases Melinda Hannigan’s “Boxing the Compass” through June 27. The partial plimsoll marker, the depth lines and the pock-marked hulls–all these marks are the icons Melinda translates into paintings–some real and some created. These are the marks translated from the freighters, tankers and tugs of the working maritime world. The reception for the show is on Saturday, June 6 from 4:30-7:30pm. Shown: American President Line: President Kennedy.
Special Women Painters of Washington Show on view June and July at Scott Milo Gallery in Anacortes opening tonight
Scott Milo Gallery , 420 Commercial in Anacortes , welcomes back to the gallery, the Women Painters of Washington for June and July. The exhibit presents the artwork of 49 women whose work was juried into the show by Anacortes artist Anne Schreivogl. Schreivogl says, "This body of work showcases an incredibly diverse range of expression from ultra-realism to abstraction. In this show artists took creative risks with subject matter, color harmonies, or application of paint, resulting in vivid ‘Summer Impressions." Also showing at the gallery is a selection of jewelry, glass work, sculptures and tables, Come meet the artists and Anne Schreivogl at the opening reception on Friday, June 5 from 6-9pm. Shown: Awaken by Denise Cormier Mahoney.