Archive for the ‘Gallery News’ Category
ArtsWest Gallery, 4711 California Avenue SW, explores that enigmatic creative spark with artists Martha Brouwer, Dr. Mark Morgan, Mindy Barker, Anita West and Lukas Allenbaugh in the exhibition Inexplicable Allusions running July 27 through August 21. An artists’ reception takes place August 12 6-7:30pm. Shown: Martha Brouwer, Protected.
Inscape Gallery of Washington Seminary is showing Deborah Anderson and her icon art exhibit, Images of Grace: A Journey Into the Visual Language of Iconography, until October 29. The public is invited to attend an artist reception from 7 to 9 pm on Friday, July 23, at Inscape Gallery, 12300 Woodinville-Redmond Road NE, Redmond, WA. Events of the evening include conversation, icon education, and art walk with Deborah Anderson; and opportunity to view the extensive personal icon collection of Dr Mark Soliman of St George Coptic Orthodox Church.
Art of Borneo at Honeychurch Antiques, Glenn Richards and Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park
Edric Ong and the 2010 Sarawak USA Cultural Tour to Seattle ,with events and demonstrations at Honeychurch Antiques, Glenn Richards, and the Seattle Art Museum, opens July 22 and continues through August 21. An opening reception is scheduled on July 21 from 6-8pm at Honeychurch Antiques, 411 Westlake Avenue North in Seattle. The exhibition includes basketry, masks and sculpture from Borneo. Demonstrations of Borneo Isat weaving, song and dance will be on July 22 from 11am to 5pm at Glenn Richards, 954 Denny Way. The Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park is featuring the “Mystic arts of Sarawak, Borneo,” on July 24 from 1-4pm.
Opening in a reception on July 17 from 6-8pm at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue South in Edmonds, is new work by Deborah Deonigi. Deonigi was selected to participate in the 2004 Edmonds Art Festival juried show and is a past first-place winner in the oil category at the Puyallup Fair. Shown: Joe and Jeannette.
A juried show consisting of 20 new studio furniture designs from the region’s next generation of wood artists begins at Northwest Fine Woodworking, 101 S. Jackson Street in Pioneer Square, on July 15 and runs through August 31. The opening reception is scheduled on July 15 from 5-8pm. Northwest Fine Woodworking is a co-operative woodworking gallery celebrating thirty years in business.
Today is Bastille Day in France, a celebration akin to our Fourth of July. In Paris, a grand parade marches down the Camps Elysees to commemorate July 14, 1789, the fall of the Bastille, or, as they say in France, “La Fete Nationale.” Fine Impressions Gallery, 8300 Fifth Avenue NE in Seattle, is joining their celebration this month with a selection of fine French prints. Shown: detal of Cuirassiers Francais, 1830 wood engraving from Image de Gangel.
On view through August 27 at Winston Wächter Fine Art, 203 Dexter Ave North, is "My Summer Vacation," a group exhibition with artwork by Bo Bartlett (Seattle), Zack Bent (Seattle), Charis Brice (Seattle), Buddy Bunting (Seattle), Peter Dayton (New York), Rachel Denny (Portland), Zaria Forman (New York), Mayme Kratz (Santa Fe), and Erich Woll (Seattle). The show features a variety of media, examining various aspects of summer vacation. A special exhibition party is scheduled for July 21, from 6 – 8:00 pm with artists in attendance, DJ, and summer fare.
Jaime Ellsworth’s exhibition, “New Paintings,” opens at the Gunnar Nordstrom Gallery, 800 Bellevue Way NE #111, in a reception on July 14 from 6-8pm and continues through August 8. Gunnar Nordstrom says, “Please join us for a Vernissage & artist reception.”
Jointly organized by the Jacob Lawrence Gallery at the University of Washington School of Art and SOIL , “NOW/THEN” is a selective overview of past and present works by eighteen SOIL artists; including sculpture, photography, painting, and installation. Opening on Tuesday, July 13 from 4-7pm, the exhibition will remain on view until Saturday, July 24. The opening and exhibit are at the School of Art, University of Washington, on Stevens Way.
“Natural Progression,” an exhibit by glass artist Benjamin Cobb, opens at Traver Gallery Tacoma, 1821 E. Dock Street #100, on July 10 from 5-8pm. The show continues through August 8. Cobb’s work is in many collections, and he has exhibited extensively throughout the country.
Featuring the work of Anne Schreivogl, Suzanne Anderson, and Sarah Bildsoe-Swietzer, an exhibition titled “Animation” opens at Insights Gallery, 604 Commercial Avenue in Anacortes, on July 10 from 5-8pm. The gallery is now operating under the new ownership of Katrine A. Eagline and Mark A. Nilson. The show runs through August 13. Shown: a piece by Anne Schreivogl.
Matt Jone’s paint dancing at Gasworks Gallery, 3815 4th. Avenue NE, was featured on King 5 news last night. Matt is also known for helping to feed the hungry with his infamous Mashed Potatoes campaign and encourages artists and the general public to bring potatoes and canned goods to the gallery to be distributed to local food banks. Paint dancing takes place every second Friday from 8-10pm. If you want to view the King 5 video: http://www.king5.com/on-tv/Dancings-latest-trend-98069359.html
Opening July 9 from 6-10pm at Bherd Studios Gallery, 8537 Greenwood Avenue N., is “Character Development,” an urban contemporary show featuring the art of Augie Pagan, Chris Brett, Nose, and Wilky. The artists have been influenced by cartoon, comic and video game culture and through their work, have developed their own characters – each with their own traits and urban art inspired style. The show runs through August 27. Shown: by Natasha Wilky.