Archive for the ‘Gallery News’ Category
“Mountain to Ocean,” northwest-themed functional stoneware by Todd Stephens, is on view at Good Earth Pottery, 1000 Harris Avenue in Bellingham, for the month of May.
C Art Gallery, 855 Hiawatha Place South, has invited artists in all mediums to share the gospel through art to be shown from May 1 through May 29. A reception is scheduled for May 8 from 3-5pm. The gallery says the works produced are “soul-stirring” and will appeal to all whether religious or not. Shown: Longing by Kathleen Gray.
“Sometimes Things Are Not What They Seem,” Micheal Becker’s first show in the Northwest and at Waterworks Gallery, 315 Argyle Street, opens May 1 and is on view through May 10. The color photographs are based on the artist’s extensive travels around the world. He does minimal digital enhancement, preferring to capture the image’s location sense on site. Michael does manipulate his color for maximum effect. Shown: Craftsman House.
Tonight from 5-8pm, celebrate the last Friday of the month at the Gunnar Nordstrom Gallery, 800 Bellevue Way NE. Meet designers, Martin Kneeland and Brit-Simone Sutter as they introduce their newest collection of locally hand crafted jewelry in Gold, Silver, Pearls, Gems and Diamonds.
An opening reception on April 27 from 6-8pm introduces “Arrangements,” Betsy Eby’s exhibition at Winston Wachter Fine Art, 203 Dexter Avenue North in Seattle. As the title suggests, Eby’s newest body of work focuses on the musical aspects within her work. Each painting serves as a visual documentation of specific classical music pieces, fusing her musical experience with a visual form.The show runs through June 16. Shown: Liebestramme.
“The Time Between Memories” featuring artists Emily Cooper, Rebecca Deren, and Zanetka Kralova Gawronski is on view at the ArtsWest Gallery, 4711 California Avenue SW, from April 26 through May 21. An artists’ reception is scheduled for May 12 from 6-7:30 pm during the Second Thursday ArtWalk. Lively conversation and light hors d’oeuvres will be provided courtesy of the gallery.
fog | Fairhaven Originals Gallery, 960 Harris Avenue in the Fairhaven District of Bellingham, is hosting a rare appearance by sculptors Mary and Jacques Regat on April 22 from 5-9pm. Many of their sculptures are included in public and private collections throughout the world. Shown: Playmates JR.
Mavi Contemporary Art. 502 Sixth Avenue in Tacoma, is featuring Lisa Creed, all the way from North Carolina, through May 15. The opening reception is scheduled for April 21 from 5-9pm. Also showing are new works by Christopher Mathie, Michael Croman and William Quinn. Shown: Ley Lines by Lisa Creed.
"Ursa Major and The Slow Decline", a solo exhibit featuring Kit Larson’s latest videos, stills, and precious small sculptures, opens tonight from 8-11pm at Pun( c )tuation , 705A East Pike Street. The show runs through May 1.
Twilight Artist Collective, 4306 SW Alaska Street in Seattle, opens from 6-9pm April 14 with “The Birds,” curated by Bherd Studios. The exhibit features eleven Seattle urban contemporary artists who consider the darker side of birds, inspired loosely on Alfred Hitchcock’s classic movie "The Birds". Featuring the works of: Zach Bohnenkamp, CASH, Ego, Mary Enslow, Laura Louise Hines, Tessa Hulls, John Osgood, Sensei23, Chris Sheridan, Erin Staffeld and Joe Vollan. The show is on view through May 7.
Fine Impressions Gallery, 8300 5th. Avenue NE in Seattle, remembers the 150th anniversary of the civil war with many vintage images from “Harper’s Weekly” and Frank Leslie’s Famous Leaders and Battle Scenes of the Civil War. Shown: The Battle of White Oak Swamp Bridge, June 30, 1862, a photogravure from the Leslie book.
“Revisited,” a group exhibit at the Gunnar Nordstrom Gallery, 800 Bellevue Way NE, opens tonight, April 13, in a reception from 6-8pm. Introduced at the exhibit is the work of new gallery artist Francis Mastrangelo. Gunnar says, “ Come see refreshing artwork, enjoy cocktails and great networking .” Shown: Friday Night at Bernies.
“Passion” – Patty Forte Linna paints the world around couture designer Luly Yang opens April 9 in a champagne and hors d’oeuvres reception from 6-9pm at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue in Edmonds. Through May 19 the gallery will sell raffle tickets for the chance to win one of Linna’s paintings, the proceeds of which will be 100% donated by the artist to benefit Art with Heart’s programs. Art with Heart is a local nonprofit organization that helps children in crisis through creativity. Their mission is to improve the mental health and well-being of high-risk youth through therapeutic books and trainings. Both Linna and Yang will attend the reception. Shown: Ocean Lady.
“Variations on a Theme,” new work in mixed media by Sharon Strauss opens April 9 in a reception at 6pm at the Arts Studio Gallery, 7869 Fletcher Bay Road on Bainbridge Island. A talk with the artist is scheduled for April 20 at 7pm. Shown: Transitions.
Northwest Fine Woodworking, 101 S. Jackson, is featuring 17 original drawings in pencil and graphite by Bainbridge Island resident, Matthew X. Curry through May 31. The show opens during the Seattle First Thursday Art Walk in Pioneer Square on April 7. Matthew’s work has appeared in several periodicals, galleries on both coasts and on TV/Cable with a feature on HGTV’s "Generation Renovation," on several HBO programs and in films.Shown: Parallel