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Three Women exhibits at C Art Gallery

New art by Nimira Walji, SaSa Kirkpatrick and Najma Lalji is on view at the C Art Gallery,  855 Hiawatha Place South in Seattle, from June 19 through June 26. The artists can be seen at work in the gallery on June 22 from 11AM-4PM.

Woodcuts of Mt. Rainier on view at Cullom Gallery

cullgeorge On view at Cullom Gallery,  603 Main Street in Seattle, through June 30th, and online here , is 36 Views of Rainier, a suite of thirty-six color woodcuts by artist Kristina Hagman.  In a nod to the famous 19th century Japanese woodblock series, Thirty-six Famous Views of Mt. Fuji by Katsushika Hokusai, Hagman’s series celebrates the Pacific Northwest’s most beloved peak with glimpses across the seasons of Mt. Rainier as seen from urban and rural locales in and around Seattle, the greater Puget Sound, and Eastern Washington. Shown: Georgetown Autumn.

Salute to science fiction at Lowell Art Works in Everett June 18

lowell Lowell Art Works, 5205 S. 2nd Avenue in Everett, examines the atomic age with their exhibit, “Hotel Lunar Lowell: Explorations in Atomicpunk.” This juried group show features art that celebrates science fiction, the atomic age, atomicpunk, steampunk, fantasy tech, radioactive monsters, and the optimistic aesthetic of mid-century design.  Featured artists include Rod Countryman, Jerry Whiting, Stephen LestatJenny Dayton, Joolz Anzleaux, Paula Rey, Lea Barozzi, Rita Bellanca and more. Shown: It Came From The Basement  by Rod Countryman.

Rip Caswell sculptures at Cole Gallery in Edmonds

cole Bronze sculptor,  Rip Caswell will be doing a demonstration and introduce a grouping of new sculptures at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. in Edmonds in a reception on June 18 from 2-6pm. The artist is featured in July’s issue of American Art Collector Magazine.

Rip Caswell sculptures at Cole Gallery in Edmonds

cole Bronze sculptor,  Rip Caswell will be doing a demonstration and introduce a grouping of new sculptures at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. in Edmonds in a reception on June 18 from 2-6pm. The artist is featured in July’s issue of American Art Collector Magazine.

Celebrate Summer Solstice at fog|Fairhaven Originals June 17

fog | Fairhaven Originals Gallery,  960 Harris Avenue in Bellingham, will be celebrating the Summer Solstice with the unveiling of their Summer show, Friday June 17th from 5 – 9 pm. Local artists such as Richard Bulman and Yvette Neumann will be stopping by to celebrate. Their work, as well as the work of artists from across the country will be featured in the gallery throughout the summer.

Exploring food through art at Fine Impressions

fineimpressions Food – a theme that has been used for centuries in art, is being featured this month at Fine Impressions Gallery, 8300 Fifth Avenue NE in Seattle. Some of the most beautiful and detailed depictions come from the botanical artists of the 19th  century. For  example, this one by Anne Pratt (1806-1893) shows “Bulbiferous Great Round-Headed Garlic” and other garlics. Pratt was one of the best known botanical artists of her time.

Troy Gua and Kate Protage open at Taste June 15

samgallery SAM Gallery Art Sales and Rental is showcasing an exhibit by Troy Guan and Kate Protage at the Taste Restaurant on June 15 from 5-6pm. The restaurant is located at 1300 First Avenue. The show runs through September 11.

Mavi Contemporary Art opens Nina Weiss exhibit June 16

mavi Opening Thursday, June 16 from 5-9pm at the Mavi Contemporary Art Gallery, 502 Sixth Avenue in Tacoma, is “Under Pink Skies,” new work by Nina Weiss. Also showing is “Intrepid Strokes,” featuring work by William Turner, Christopher Mathie and William Quinn. The shows are on view June 15 through July 17. Shown: Angler’s Stream by Nina Weiss.

Milan Heger exhibit at Trammell/Gagne Showroom June 14

trammell Trammell/Gagne Showroom in the Seattle Design Center , 5701 6th Ave S, Suite #105,  celebrates, “The Art of Freedom,”  the inaugural release of Milan Heger’s newest group of paintings. Milan will also have available for purchase and signing his novel….”The Art of Freedom”. The artist’s reception is June 14  from 4:30-7:30pm. Shown: Listening.

Howard/Mandville celebrates 21 years in Kirkland

howardmandville Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park  Lane, celebrates their 21st anniversary in Kirkland with a reception June 10 from 6-9pm. The show features new works from many of their regional  and nationally-known artists such as Anne Schreivogl. The Anacortes artist has been the subject of numerous media articles in the Northwest, most recently in American Art Collector, October 2009, and named Best of the West for the Northwest by Southwest Art Magazine, August 2006. She was also the featured poster artist for the Anacortes Jazz Festival (2004, 2005), the Anacortes Arts Festival (2006), among others. Her work can be found in public and private collections nationwide.Shown: Home Life by Anne Schreivogl.

Barnett and Sandvig at Francine Seders Gallery June 10 – July 10

Sandvig_Horses in the Mountains_72dpi_6w Paintings by Jacqueline Barnett and paintings and monoprints by Elizabeth Sandvig will share the main space at Francine Seders Gallery, 6701 Greenwood Avenue N.,  June 10 through July 10, Barnett’s  show is titled “Somewhere/somehow, ” and Sandvig’s show is called “Sentimental  Journey.” Barnett’s work was also included in TEN: Seattle Print Arts 2010 Anniversary Exhibition at the Kirkland Fine Arts Center in Kirkland, WA (2010) and Splash at the Harbor History Museum in Gig Harbor, WA (2011). Sandvig’s work has been included in The Secret Language of Animals at the Tacoma Art Museum (2010), Show of Hands: Northwest Women Artists 1890-2010 at the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham, WA (2010), and Seattle as Collector, Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs Turns 40 at the Seattle Art Museum (2011). A reception for the shows takes place June 12 from 2-4pm. Shown: Elizabeth Sandvig’s Horses.

Tyson Anthony Roberts opens at Ghost Gallery on June 9

ghost Seattle’s Ghost Gallery , 504 E. Denny Way at Summit, is featuring “PIXEL PUSHER” new work by Tyson Anthony Roberts, at a reception on  Thursday, June 9th from 5-8pm  DJ Darwin (Mad Rad) will be spinning  tunes during the reception! * Weather permitting, the reception will include a BBQ in the courtyard. Shown: Capitol Hill.

Clay and Fiber Fusion at Good Earth Pottery through June

goodearth “Clay and Fiber Fusion,” featuring Larry Richmond’s Pottery and Peggy Kondo’s weaving is on view through the month of June at Good Earth Potter in Bellingham, 1000 Harris Avenue. Both artists will make an appearance during the Gallery Walk on Friday, June 17th—and Peggy will demo her weaving.

Beyond Limitations on view at Oasis Art Gallery through July 10

oasis On view at the Oasis Art Gallery, 3644 Wallingford Avenue N. in Seattle, through July 10 is a group show called “Beyond Limitations.” Featured artists are Chris Lemmen, Debbie McLaughlin, Mark Olwick, Alex Strazzanti and Kim Weers. Also, the gallery says to save the date of the upcoming Wedgwood Art Festival on July 9th  and 10th. Shown: Rebound,  photograph on canvas by Alex Strazzanti.