Archive for the ‘Gallery News’ Category
From 5-8pm during the Edmonds Art Walk on December 16, Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue in Edmonds, is having a special hot cider and champagne reception for Beth Flor’s show called “Winter Warmth.” Shown: Awaking to the Light.
Mavi Contemporary Art, 502 6th. Avenue in Tacoma opens “Holiday Mirth” featuring Alexis St. John in the Vault and new works by William Turner, William Quinn, Christopher Mathie, Bill Colby, Patricia Williamson & Henry Haneda. A special holiday reception for the show is December 16 from 5-9pm with French ginger cookies and hot buttered rum . Shown: Compassion by Christopher Mathie.
Port Orchard artists Christopher Mathie and Chuck Gumpert are sponsoring their annual “Mathie-Gumpert Winter Party & Open Studio” with a party on December 11 from 5-8pm and an Open Studio on Sunday, December 12 from 12-2pm. Mathie is represented by Gallery Mack in Seattle and Mavi Contemporary Art in Tacoma. Follow the Christopher Mathie Studio link for directions and a ferry schedule. Shown: Compassion II by Christopher Mathie.
Through December 24 ArtsWest Gallery , 4711 California Avenue SW in Seattle, features the national small works showcase Neo-Kitsch. Seattle-based artists displaying work in this exhibition include Charles Krafft, Kelly Lyles, Diem Chau, Patricia Ridenour, Marty Gordon, Theresa Neinas, and Deborah Scott. All works of art juried into this show fit the theme of “kitsch with a contemporary twist.” These small works with big attitudes incorporate various styles in unique ways. The artists’ materials range from vinyl records to PEZ® dispensers to recycled materials- turned- misfit dolls.
A holiday group show featuring a selection of gallery artists’ work previews in a special holiday celebration at the Gunnar Nordstrom Gallery, 800 Bellevue Way N.E., on December 8 from 6-8pm. On view are new encaustics by Holly Ballard Martz and Pat Tolle and new paintings by Arlon Rosenoff and Bob Allan with the extended exhibit of "Washington Wines" by Ray Pelley. The show runs through January 9. Located on the courtyard of the Hyatt Regency Bellevue (with free parking in the garage) the gallery has extended holiday hours through the end of the year to 9:30am to 9:30 pm Mon. – Saturday and from 11am-7pm on Sundays.
Anchor Art Space, 216 Commercial Avenue in Anacortes, opens from 6-9pm during the Anacortes Holiday Art Walk with “This is Us: Lindsey, Klamser, Roberts & Moe.” Included in the exhibit is work in painting, ceramics, cast and combined media bringing together a complimentary and broad focus in their subject and process.
Bainbridge Arts and Crafts, 151 Winslow Way, is featuring “The Play of Light,” opening in a reception from 6-8pm during the Bainbridge Art Walk. In this group show artists create light, manipulate light, and play with light. Shown at the right: River of Light by Barbara Wilson. Photo courtesy of the artist.
Blaubak Gallery of Modern Art, 168 Lake Street in Kirkland, opens from 6-8pm with newly-completed works by six local artists.
Gasworks Gallery, 3815 4th. Avenue, is having their celebrated holiday benefit for the Northwest Harvest from 8-10pm. The party is free, but the gallery would appreciate all contributions.
Olympic Gallery Custom Framing, 321 W. Railroad Avenue in Shelton, invites all to a holiday party from 5-8pm featuring new work from ten local atists in “Art That Touches the Soul.” The show continues through February 25.
Roby King Galleries, 176 Winslow Way in Winslow, introduces their annual Bainbridge Island Invitational Small Works Show in a reception from 6-8pm.
Scott-Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial Avenue in Anacortes, presents a variety of work featuring gallery artists including Diane Ainsworth, Jennifer Bowman, Joel Brock, Randy Dana, Dick Garvey, Amanda Houston, Lewis Jones and Eric Wiegardt. We also have many new tables, glass pieces, sculptures, purses, turned wood bowls and jewelry in stock. The opening reception with the artists is Friday, December 3 from 6 – 9 pm, in conjunction with the Anacortes Chamber Holiday Artwalk and a second reception on Friday, January 7 from 6 – 9 pm.
“Landed,” an exhibit of works by Bellingham painters James Lourie and Sharon Kingston & Skagit Valley painter and jewelry artist Kathleen Faulkner will be on display at Works on Canvas Gallery December 3 through January 1st. The opening reception with the artists is December 3rd, 6pm to 10 pm during downtown Bellingham’s First Friday Artwalk. The gallery is located at 301 W Holly Street, M5 in the Bay Street Village Building in downtown Bellingham.
ArtXchange Gallery, 512 First Avenue South, continues “Light!” illuminated sculpture and lighting designs, with five artists who explore the possibilities of light as a sculptural element. The show will be on view from 5-8pm on First Thursday and will continue through December 31. Shown at the left: Red Tiger Koi Chandelier by Elaine Hanowell.
A monumental exhibition by Northwest painter Linda Davidson opens at Catherine Person Gallery, 319 Third Avenue S. in Pioneer Square, in a reception from 6-8pm. In Davidson’s fourth solo show at the gallery, nearly 500 square paintings hang in a grid, creating a massive mosaic replete with a spectrum of luminous colors. The show is on view through January 22.
Flat Color Gallery, 528 First Avenue S., opens from 5-8pm with a reception for Baso Fibonacci’s solo exhibition. The show ends December 31.
Twenty-eight Foster/White Gallery, 220 Third Avenue S., artists respond to the title “Olive Branch” through drawing sculpture, painting, fiber and glass. This group show develops themes of green: sustainability, nature, hue, and peace. Over eighty works by these artists will be on exhibition through December 24. Shown at the right Flight of the Phoenix by Ben Darby.
In honor of the holiday shopping season, Gallery 110, 110 3rd. Avenue South, artists present a group exhibition of works no larger than 16 x 16 inches. Also on view is “Learning to Read Music,” a new body of work by Becky Frehse that explores connections between classical musical form and painting.
Gallery I|M|A, 123 S. Jackson Street is hosting an Annual Holiday Group Show featuring affordable fine art in honor of the holidays. The reception is from 6-8pm.
Lisa Harris Gallery, 1922 Pike Place, opens in a reception from 6-8pm with “Carpe Color recent work by Joel Brock. Brock’s work has been shown at the Museum of Northwest Art and Whatcom Museum and is included in the collections of numerous Pacific Northwest institutions. While electing to show his work primarily regionally, the artist is represented in private collections nationwide as well as in Tokyo. He has exhibited with the gallery since 1994. Shown at the left: Lone Poppy.
Northwest Fine Woodworking, 101 S. Jackson Street, stays open until 8pm with their Annual Box and Container Show featuring an array of wood “box” designs. All are invited to vote on the “People’s Choice Award” to be given at the December 2 art walk reception where prizes will be awarded by the Northwest Fine Woodworking jury for first, second and third place. Shown at the right: by Judith Ames.
Pratt Fine Arts Center’s Pioneer “ Square gallery located at 306 S Washington St, Suite 102, presents a group show featuring work from Pratt’s Sculpture Department. “Bronze Age” will showcase works in bronze by artists Dan Broxon, Laura Camp, Lee Campbell, Anne Lancaster, Kenneth Lewis, Rafael Ponce and Ed Thayer. All seven artists explore the medium through figurative and abstract sculpture.
Patricia Rovzar Gallery, 1225 Second Avenue, hosts their 18th Anniversary Group Exhibition from December 2nd through December 31st. The opening reception is on Thursday, December 3rd from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, in conjunction with Seattle’s First Thursday Art Walk. Featured is new work from all the gallery artists including Z.Z. Wei, Tyson Grumm, Stephanie Hargrave & Gregg Robinson. Also on view is the work of three new painters to the gallery roster: Larry Gray, Michael Zigmond and Bill Braun. Shown at the left: Chair with Red Coat, by. Michael Zigmond
Chosen from over 70 project submissions from across the US and beyond, Punch Gallery , 119 Prefontaine Place South, presents an installation of new media works by North Carolina-based artist Mark Koven. For his exhibition at PUNCH, he takes inspiration from the life of the French writer and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupery. “Falling into the Sky” focuses on the "essential" as experienced through the merging of a child and adult’s perspectives. The reception is from 5-8pm.
“Second Harvest,” a solo exhibition of cast glass vessels by New Zealand-based artist Layla Walter, opens at the Traver Gallery Seattle, 110 Union Street, in a reception from 5-8pm. Walter was awarded a scholarship to Pilchuck Glass School, and received the Saxe Award for best new artist. Since then she has boosted her international profile by taking part in exhibitions in Australia, Denmark, Japan, and the United States. The show runs through January 31.
The Annual Holiday show at Waterworks Gallery, 315 Argyle Street in Friday Harbor, features artwork by Jaime Ellsworth, Tom Small, Robin & John Gumaelius with contemporary artisan jewelry by Tana Acton, Lexi Bec, Dianne Coe, Kathleen Faulkner,Tina Finneran, Janis Miltenberger & James Minson. A special reception for the artists with holiday cheer takes place on November 27 between 4 and 8pm. Shown: Mare at Rest by Jaime Ellsworth.
The new kid on the block, the Dwyer Gallery, 1518 Western Avenue, one block west of Pike Place Market, debuts with artist/proprietor Franklin Dwyer’s solarized urban photographs. The exhibit runs through December.
University of Puget Sound’s Kittredge Gallery announces the 2010 Art Students Annual, on display from Nov. 22 to Dec. 11, 2010. The opening reception is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 1, from 5 to 7 p.m. Merit awards, donated by local art-related businesses and institutions, will be presented at 6 p.m. The reception is open to the university community, as well as the general public.
Open Door Gallery, just off WA-525 on Bayview Road on Whidbey Island, celebrates the holiday season with a group show featuring ceramics, clothing, fiber arts, glass, cookware, cutlery, handmade books and cards, jewelry, garden art, paintings and sculpture. The opening reception is November 20 from 5-7:30pm.
Lowell Art Works, 5205 South 2nd Avenue in Everett, is showcasing “The Breasts of the Northwest IV” until December 3. An opening reception is on Saturday, November 20 from 4-9pm. Their press release says, “Pendulous, perky, petite or prominent, we’ve got ‘em (un)covered, and they really are FABULOUS! Thirty-plus artists from around the region once again converge on our hallowed halls to share with us their unique interpretation of some of the most brilliant bits on the body!”
Bronze artist, Ann Fleming, will be at a reception from 5-8pm at fog|Fairhavens Original Gallery, 960 Harris Avenue in Bellingham, on November 19. The artist will share the inspirations behind her whimsical sculptures and answer questions. Shown: A Wild Hare.
“Cityscapes,” original pastel paintings by Marcel Schwarb, opens from 5-8pm at Autumn’s Framing & Gallery, 637 Main Street in Edmonds. The architect-turned-artist’s paintings journey from Edmonds to New York and across the Atlantic to Spain and Italy. Shown at the left: City Twilight.
Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue South in Edmonds, is featuring work by Micki Dyson Flatmo through December 16. Meet the artist at the show opening and champagne reception November 18 from 5-8pm. Shown at the right: Gazing Down.
Gallery North, 508 Main Street, opens for Third Thursday with “The Human Figure,” paintings and sculpture by Anne Moon and David Varnau. Shown at the left: Bronze sculpture by David Varnau.
An artist retrospective, “Visual Delights,” featuring Stacie Chappell opens from 5-8pm at the Artsnow Gallery in the Edmonds Conference Center, 201 4th. Avenue North, and runs through January 8.
Mavi Contemporary Art, 502 6th. Avenue in Tacoma, in collaboration with the City of Tacoma for the month of November, celebrates art with “2Artist 2 Visions.” Shown: Ice on the Road by Henry Haneda. Meet the artists and listen to a surprise musician entertain in a reception November 18 at 6pm.