Archive for the ‘Gallery News’ Category
ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery, 4711 California Avenue SW, is showing “Perennial Passages,” from June 29 – July 24. The exhibit features four Pacific Northwest artists: Yuko Ishii, Susan Miller, Suze Woolf and Jacqui Beck. The opening reception for a meet and greet and discussion is scheduled on July 8 from 6-9pm during the West Seattle Art Walk. Shown: Susan Miller, Hilltown.
A show commemorating the breast begins on June 26 at Ouch My Eye, 1022 1st. Avenue South in Seattle. Artists were encouraged to interpret not only the sinuous physical form but also the significance and transformation of its cultural representation throughout modern history, creatively and unabashed. (not recommended for children under 18). The opening reception is scheduled for June 26 from 7-11pm.
“Deep Blue Day, Recent Landscapes by Victoria Adams” opens at the Gordon Woodside/John Braseth Gallery, 2101 9th. Avenue at Lenora St. in Seattle, in a reception for the artist on June 24 from 5:30-8:30pm. The show runs through August 3. Adams’ work can also be seen in an exhibition at the Tacoma Art Museum, “Where Sky Meets Earth: The Luminous Landscapes of Victoria Adams,” through October 3. Shown: Riverine Variation.
Now on view at Fine Impressions Gallery, 8300 Fifth Avenue NE in Seattle, is “Art for Anglophiles,” all the fine prints in the gallery devoted to images from England. Not only are hundreds of fine antique prints from the British Isles – England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales available, but also a set of original lobby cards from Beatles concerts in 1968. Shown: Deep Speculation, Harper’s Weekly, 1865.
An evening with art, wine and food is planned at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue South in Edmonds, on June 19 from 6-8:30pm. The occasion showcases new works by the Edmonds Art Festival poster artist, Joe Mac Kechnie. The CIM Financial Group is sponsoring a drawing for a $200 gift certificate, and the drawing will take place during the reception at 7:30pm. Shown: Edmonds View.
On view from June 18 – July 14 at pun(c)tuation, 705 A East Pike Street in Seattle, is “Cry Me a River…Then Go Drown In It,” by Jay Clark aka Fankult.
fog|Fairhaven Originals Gallery, Bellingham’s newest art gallery, opens today in a reception from 5-8pm. The gallery is located at 960 Harris Avenue in the historic Fairhaven District and will feature artists such as Ann Fleming, Mary and Jacques Regat, Lea Kelley, Deborah Jang and Richard Bulman. Shown: Warrior Woman, Ann Fleming.
A solo exhibition featuring new work by Muranese glass artist Davide Salvadore is on view at the Traver Gallery Tacoma through July 3. An opening reception is scheduled for June 19 from 5-8pm. Throughout the years Salvadore has collaborated with many of the most prestigious glass houses on Murano and is currently part of the visiting artist series at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma. He is also a founding member of Centro Studio Vetro, a non-profit cultural association established in 1997 cultivate and promote the lifestyle and art of glass. Shown: Cocoe.
“Reflections,” paintings featuring former architect Nick Fennel’s love of water are showcased in an exhibition opening on June 17 from 5:30-7:30pm at C Art Gallery, 855 Hiawatha Place South in Seattle. The show is on view through June 27. Shown: Bracing Away Home.
Currently on view at Northwest Fine Woodworking, 101 S. Jackson in Pioneer Square is Stephen Hatcher’s “Out of the Woods.” After retiring from a long career in electronics, Hatcher returned to his first love: woodturning and stone carving reflecting his interest in Japanese art and Buddhist poetry. Shown: Spring Light.
“Family Album,” an exploration of generational transition by Seattle artist Amy Pleasant, opens at the Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center, 5511 Airport Way South in Seattle on June 11 and continues until July 12. The ideas for the paintings originated from the artist’s mother and aunt who entrusted her with family photos. A reception for the artist, which will include live music by Ken Curtiss, takes place June 12 from 6-9pm.
“Stamped Letters and Icons: The Fine Art of Sandro Tchikovani” is on view through June 30 at the Tether Design Gallery, 323 Occidental Avenue S. in Pioneer Square. Tchikovani, whose tag is Misk1, displays his three-dimensional style on two-dimensional surfaces encompassing over 20 years of experience and technique. Also featured at the gallery on June 10 from 3-8pm is a Western Washington Design Student Showcase and a book signing for Stanley Hainsworth,” Idea+ology. The Designer’s Journey: Turning Ideas into Inspired Designs from 6-8pm.
Tee off in the opening reception on Friday June 11 from 6-8:30 pm at the Kirkland Arts Center, 620 Market Street. The “KAC Links Invitational Exhibition” is comprised of 12 artists who have transformed the gallery into a playable, nine-hole miniature golf course to try to show the balance between art and entertainment. The show closes July 29.