Posts Tagged ‘Anacortes art galleries’

Northwest Pastel Society Exhibition at Scott Milo in Anacortes Opens September 1

scottThe Scott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial in Anacortes, welcomes back the Signature Member Group of the NW Pastel Society. Over 30 distinguished members will exhibit work in various styles, including landscape, seascape, animals and birds, etc. Juror, Craig Lemley, from Dakota Art will give awards for the show. Please join us and see all the new work for Fall 2017. Also showing are new glass, jewelry, tables and a selection of new sculptures. Reception with the Artists is Friday, September 1, 6 – 9pm, on Labor Day Weekend. Image: Social Club, 18 x 24 Pastel by Caroline Garland.

Jody Bergsma Show at Scott Milo in Anacortes Opens Tonight in Conjunction with the Opening of Anacortes Arts Festival

scottScott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial Avenue in Anacortes, welcomes renowned Bellingham artist, Jody Bergsma to the gallery with her new genre of work in acrylic with mixed media metallic. Bergsma brings florals, birds and landscapes with metallic mixed media accents. Also showing are encaustic paintings by Marilee Holm, oils by Lorna Libert, acrylics by Cynthia Richardson and pastels by Jan Wall. Reception with the artists is Friday, August 4, 6-9pm, held in conjunction with the opening night of the Anacortes Arts Festival.Image: Hummertime, 30 x 30 Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas by Jody Bergsma

Special Events July 23–August 6

July 28 – 30

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It’s the standout of the Bellevue Arts Fair Weekend,  by artists, for artists, and gives back to the community around it! Announcing the 2017 Bellevue Festival of the Arts! As one of the Eastside’s leading arts festivals and now in its 33rd triumphant year, the BFoA returns July 28-30, 2017 in downtown Bellevue, Washington. Presented by the Craft Cooperative of the Northwest, the BFoA curates an award-winning show of rich and diverse multiple mediums, with artists hailing from the Pacific Northwest, U.S., and beyond each year.

The BFoA offers  rich and diverse works of art in a variety of mediums, showcased in an inviting urban setting, with tree-lined paths of art in a rare open-air venue. Attendees who visit the BFoA have the unique opportunity to view and purchase lovely works of art, as well as to meet and talk with the artists who create them firsthand. This year’s acclaimed local talents include Gunter Reimnitz, Justin Hillgrove, Sharrey Doré, Bob Wilfong, Juli Adams, Francisco Bautista, Pepe Moscoso, Kate Larsson, Ashmita Gulati, David Lutrick, Michelle Aitken, and more.

 

July 29

Arts at the Port in the waterfront Port Transit Shed in Anacortes, is the crown jewel of the Anacortes Arts Festival.   It consists of three unique juried exhibitions centered around the theme "Resonance". The pieces were selected by Pablo Schugurensky, the former Director of Collections at Microsoft and Vulcan Inc, Founder of META ARTE and Board President of Artist Trust.  This show includes work from 39 regional artists, representing a wide range of styles and mediums.The Opening is the first opportunity to see the work, meet the artists, and enjoy the unique waterfront gallery from 6-9pm.

 

August 3 – 6

Seattle Art Fair at the Century Link Field Event Center. — ​The third edition of Seattle Art Fair, presented by AIG, ​returns with dynamic programming spread throughout the neighborhood, with large-scale works by local and international artists, and daily artist dialogues. This year, the installations and experiences will examine the many ways today’s artists engage with architecture and design, public space, and the histories and conditions of social activism.

 

August 4 – 6

Magnolia Summerfest celebrates along with Seafair since 1985. 10:30am – 6pm. Craft booths open, Magnolia Central Village.

 

Anacortes Arts Festival – The 56th annual Anacortes Arts Festival is one of the oldest and largest arts festivals in the Northwest.  2017 dates are August 4 – 6.   Filling historic downtown Anacortes, it consists of ten blocks of booth artisans from around the country, three stages with live music, and a regional Fine Art Exhibition.  Also included are a Working Studios area including sand sculpting, chainsaw carving and more.  Food trucks and vendors offer culinary treats including seafood, regional and ethnic dishes, and goodies.

First Friday Artwalk in Anacortes

The First Friday Artwalk is Friday, July 7 from 6 – 9 pm.

705 Commercial Ave., ACME Creative 

ACME Creative continues their exhibition Landscape in the Anthropocene curated by Natalie Niblack. Natural and cultural environments can no longer be separated, and nature is now shaped by culture. More often than not, landscape painting reflects the desires and romantic ideal of the culture that produces it, rather than the reality outside the front door. This exhibition asks the viewer to recognize the consequences of our relationship with the environment.

 

604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts 

THE GOOD STUFF ARTS GALLERY presents its NW Artists in our NEW SHOW for the Summer:  “SUNSHINE & RAINBOWS” – a celebration of light and color that only the NW can achieve.  We are happy to include 2 NEW Artists:  Steve Hill, Pastels; and Ralph Bladt, Watercolors; in addition to new works by Ellen Dale, Fused Glass;  Randy Emmons, Watercolors; Caroline Garland, Oils; Jan Gellatly, Watercolors; Greg Dugan, Watercolors & Pen & Ink;  Peggie Hunnicutt, Acrylics; Terry Mac Donald, Acrylics;  Suzanne Powers, Oils;  Cynthia Richardson, Acrylics, Maria Wickwire, Sculpture;  Ron Moore, Wood Sculpture; and Peggy Woods, Watercolor and many more.  New Jewelry by Gail Thein and Annette Tamm whose hand beveled pendants are one-of-a-kind treasures.  Our featured Artist Demo will be by Terry Mac Donald with her bright & colorful acrylics, collage & mixed media painting. 

 

913 6th Street, Salt & Vine  (New Merchant)

Salt & Vine offers a fine selection of wine, meats and cheeses in a cozy bistro environment.  We have Sky Island Cooperative presenting new wood, metal, tile – mixed media pieces for your walls.

 

scottmilo420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery 

Join us for our 2nd Annual “Little Gems” show featuring a juried exhibit of 70 small works of art in a variety of mediums. Member artists throughout the state of Washington are showcased with many genre and the awards were given by Lois Griffel, director of Cape Cod School of Arts.   Best of Show awarded to Joy S. Olney for “Research Men”, oil.  First Place awarded to Jane Wallis for “Docked at Port Angeles”, oil. Also, come see new glass, jewelry, tables and an outstanding selection of new sculptures!

 

419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa 

Lois Judd, our July artist, will return to the Majestic Inn with her paintings and mosaics.  Both mediums share similar subjects: people, landscapes, and everyday objects.  A dynamic contrast in surfaces can be seen in the glitter of glass and the layering of paint.

Little Gems Exhibition Opens at Scott Milo in Anacortes

scottmiloScott Milo Gallery, 604 Commercial in Anacortes, presents their second Annual “Little Gems” show featuring a juried exhibit of 70 small works of art in a variety of mediums. Member artists throughout the state of Washington are showcased with many genre and the awards were given by Lois Griffel, director of Cape Cod School of Arts.   Also, come see new glass, jewelry, tables and an outstanding selection of new sculptures.Reception with the Artists is Friday, June 2, 6-9pm. Image:  “A Glimmer on the Marsh”, 11 x 14  by Alejandra Gos

First Friday Art Walk in Anacortes

The First Friday Artwalk is Friday, May 5 from 6 – 9 pm.

705 Commercial Ave., ACME Creative  

In a show titled, Discoveries, Seattle based artist Mary Molyneaux’s figurative paintings are about the mystery of what lies beneath multiple layers of paper, paint and, ink and the artist’s struggle to realize the final images. 

 

620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers 

Burton Jewelers continues the show of “Two Perspectives”, Linda Henley & James Keul (Mother & Son) floral themed watercolor and landscape oil paintings.  Burton Jewelers will also feature a collection of fine emeralds, the May birthstone, including a stunning 2.16 carat gem as well as Mother’s Day rings and pendants that  can be personalized with the birthstones of your family.  Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.

 

604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts 

THE GOOD STUFF ARTS will feature local artists specializing in the NW flora, fauna, wildlife and scenic beauty in ocean, mountains and valleys of the NW.    New jewelry, cards & prints.  7 pm is a FREE DEMO by Textile Artist:  Ruth Owen.  Refreshments will be served.

 

913 6th Street, Salt & Vine (New Merchant)

Salt & Vine offers a fine selection of wine, meats and cheeses in a cozy bistro environment.  The featured artist for May is Gerald Baron with his oil paintings.  Also showing are a variety of mixed media work and photography by local artists.

 

scottmilo420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery  

Now showing a new collection paintings and sculptures by Leo Osborne.  Osborne brings NW paintings on panel with gold leaf and acrylic, in addition to new sculptures.  Also showing are acrylics by Anne Martin McCool, oils by Sandy Byers, hand pulled monoprints by Marie Powell and pastels by Amanda Houston. Come see new glass, jewelry, tables and sculptures! Image:  “Lesser Luminary”, 40 x 30 Gold Leaf and Acrylic on Canvas by Leo Osborne

 

419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa 

The Majestic is showing impressionistic watercolors and oils by Suzanne Powers. Powers does both plein air and studio paintings and concentrates on showing an emotional response to light, form and color.

 

611 R Ave, The Depot 

The Anacortes Arts Commission presents the 2017 Dual Challenge exhibit: “One by Two”.  This project started with a photo provided by 9 fabric artists. The guidelines were simple: use the photo as inspiration in any way you choose to produce a small wall hanging size quilt. No side of the quilt can exceed 50 inches. From there it was up to each artist to go it alone on their quilt.  Come see the results on Friday, May 5 from 6-9 pm and Saturday, May 6 from 10 am to 2:00 pm.

First Friday Artwalk in Anacortes from 6-9pm

The First Friday Artwalk is Friday, April 7 from 6 – 9 pm.

705 Commercial Ave., ACME Creative 

April brings artists Steve Klein and Meg Holgate to the ACME Gallery. Klein’s distinctive kiln-formed work and Holgate’s paintings, drawings and glass sculpture are a marriage of quiet balance and gentle movement.

 

620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers 

Burton Jewelers will feature an expanded show of “Two Perspectives”, Linda Henley & James Keul (Mother & Son) floral themed watercolor and landscape oil paintings.  The show will be much enhanced with new works coming out of their show in North Carolina.  Complimenting the painting wills be a special new selection of Lundberg art glass from California. The April Birthstone is diamond and a special selection of impressive and interesting diamonds will be shown.  Refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be offered.

604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts 

“SPRING HAS SPRUNG”.  This showing features many new local artists including Jan Gellatly, Watercolor & Prints; Susan Specht-Oram, “Cats & Tulips”; Nancy Hammer, Mixed Media; and Paul Lewing, Acrylics & NW tile designs.  The Gallery also presents new works by Ellen Dale, Fused Glass; Greg Dugan, Watercolor, Pen & Ink; Randy Emmons, Watercolor; Peggie Hunnicutt, Acrylic;  Linde Husk, Acrylic; Michael Laboon, Clay Murals; Jesse Link, Prints on Canvas;  Terry MacDonald, Acrylic;  Jill McDougall, Mixed Media;  Ron Moore, Wood Sculptures;  Ruth Owen, Textiles;  Suzanne Powers Oil, Cynthia Richardson, Acrylics, Carla Seaton, Mixed Media; Annette Tamm, Fused Glass;  Gail Thein, Bead Jewelry; Maria Wickwire, Sculptures; Peggy Woods, Watercolor & Prints.  A SPECIAL TREAT:  Greg Dugan will be demonstrating at 7pm his watercolor & drawing techniques.

Capture420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery 

Scott Milo Gallery’s “Tulip Poster Artists, Past and Present” will feature the oils on metal by 2017 poster artist, Trish Harding, watercolors by 2016 artist Sandy Haight, vibrant oil pastels by 2005 artist Brett Varney and color photographs by 2000 and 2003 artist Randy Dana.  All artists will be at the reception signing posters from their various years.  Also showing are quilts by Fidalgo Island Quilt Group, in addition to new jewelry, sculptures, and glass work. Image: “Mt. Vernon”, 12 x 28 Oil on Metal by Trish Harding

419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa 

The Majestic features art from Tom Krowl during the month of April. Tom was born and raised in New York City. Although he has had no formal training, Tom discovered a love for the arts at a young age and is self-taught. Tom also restores paintings, including the enormous “Lady in the Woods” piece at The Majestic which originated in 1889 from Manchester, England.

611 R Ave, The Depot 

Join the Anacortes First Friday Artwalk for Tulips and Literature. Open from 6-9 pm on First Friday, April 7th and Saturday, April 8th from 10 am to 2 pm. Presented by the Anacortes Arts Commission.  Featuring local artists in photography, painting and sculpture in honor of the Tulip. And featuring local authors and their stories to tell (fiction and non-fiction.)

Anacortes First Friday Artwalk

The First Friday Artwalk is Friday, March 3 from 6 – 9 pm.

705 Commercial Ave., ACME Creative

Cut paper artist Ann Reid will join ACME Gallery in March. Her detailed paper work garners inspiration from the environmental challenges particular to the rural landscape of Skagit County, the Cascade Mountains and the Salish Sea.

 

620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers

For the March Artwalk, Burton Jewelers, will open a new show titled “Two Perspectives.” This show is an exhibit of wildflower and landscape paintings by mother-and-son artists Linda Henley and James Keul, in watercolor and oil paintings.  March is Burton Jewelers anniversary month celebrating 87 years of serving Anacortes with custom Jewelry and fine table and giftware!  Specials will be offered throughout the store during the Artwalk and all month long.  Refreshments will be served during the Artwalk.

 

604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts 

“SPRING HAS SPRUNG”.  This  showing features many new local artists including Jan Gellatly, Watercolor & Prints; Susan Specht-Oram, “Cats & Tulips”; Nancy Hammer, Mixed Media; and Paul Lewing, Acrylics & NW tile designs.  The Gallery also presents new works by Ellen Dale, Fused Glass; Greg Dugan, Watercolor, Pen & Ink; Randy Emmons, Watercolor; Peggie Hunnicutt, Acrylic;  Linde Husk, Acrylic; Michael Laboon, Clay Murals; Jesse Link, Prints on Canvas;  Terry MacDonald, Acrylic;  Jill McDougall, Mixed Media;  Ron Moore, Wood Sculptures;  Ruth Owen, Textiles;  Suzanne Powers Oil, Cynthia Richardson, Acrylics, Carla Seaton, Mixed Media; Annette Tamm, Fused Glass;  Gail Thein, Bead Jewelry; Maria Wickwire, Sculptures; Peggy Woods, Watercolor & Prints. 

 

scottm420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery 

Scott Milo Gallery presents a collection of Dederick Ward’s paintings from 1990 to Present.  The early paintings draw on Ward’s geological background, the internal and external landscapes of his adopted Washington State. Next was a long period of abstracted landscape and many plein air works executed in the field with fellow artists. The mountains, rivers, wetlands and agriculture were his passion and his subject matter. Also showing are oils by Brooke Borcherding, Damon Brown, Matt Dollahite and Melissa Jander. Image: Catalyst, 55 x  50 Acrylic on Canvas by Dederick Ward, 1992

 

419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa 

The Majestic Inn and Spa presents paintings by Pien Ellis.  Ellis works in a variety of mediums and specializes in images that represent the Skagit Valley.

Anacortes First Friday Art Walk 6-9 PM

Friday, February 3 from 6 – 9 pm.

705 Commercial Ave., ACME Creative   

ACME Creative will have guest Curator, Rita James Creative Manager of the Anacortes Arts Festival, developing an engaging exhibition of artist Rachel Denny’s work. Denny’s work is an exploration of the seductive beauty of our natural world and the imprint that human intervention has made on its flora and fauna.

 

620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers 

The February “Valentine” ArtWalk at Burton Jewelers will feature the last artwalk evening of the current show, Richard Nash, floral and contemporary acrylic paintings and modern steel sculpture.  Also, introducing the Burton Love Collection of heart themed jewelry designed and made in house that can be personalized by adding the gemstones of your choice, including the innovative “pair of pear” shaped gems that form a heart.  Refreshments will be served!

 

604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts 

The Good Stuff Arts Gallery continues to get new art works by our Local Artists – Greg Dugan, Pen & Ink and Pencil Drawings, Randy Emmons, Watercolor; Caroline Garland, Acrylic & Oil; Abi Gomez, Acrylic Abstract; Linde Husk, Acrylic;  Peggie Hunnicutt, Acrylic; Shannon Kirby, Clay; Jesse Link, Whimsical Prints on canvas; Terry Mac Donald, Acrylic, Jill McDougall, Oil & Acrylic Mixed Media; Ron Moore, Wood Sculpture; Ruth Owens, Textiles; Suzanne Powers, Oil; Susan Raymond, Clay Sculpture; Cynthia Richardson, Acrylic; Carla Seaton, Mixed Media; Gail Thein, Bead Jewelry; & Peggy Woods, Watercolor.  7 pm is a FREE Demo by Caroline Garland, Acrylic Artist and Teacher who will also have a 2-day Workshop Feb 17 & 18.

 

420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery 

scottmiloScott Milo Gallery welcomes Dianna Shyne and a new collection of acrylics. Shyne brings a variety of landscapes, floral and animal pieces.  Also showing are acrylics by Jim Walsh from British Columbia, oils by Karen Bakke, Jan Jewell and Sue Evans.  We will have a new collection of sculptures, custom tables, glass and jewelry. Image at the left: Horse Power by Dianna Shyne.

 

419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa 

The Majestic Inn and Spa presents oils and pastels by Peggy Olson of Mount Vernon.  Come see an assortment of representation landscapes inspired by her regional hiking trips.

 

611 R Ave., The Depot 

The Anacortes Arts Commission presents, local Mount Vernon artist, Mary Maue.  The show entitled "An Artist’s Perspective," featuring impressionistic oil and pastel paintings of the Northwest, will also continue on Saturday, February 4 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. To learn more about Mary visit her website at www.marymaue.com.

First Friday Anacortes Artwalk January 2017

The First Friday Artwalk is Friday, January 6 from 6 – 9 pm.

 

705 Commercial Ave., A.C.M.E. Creative Spaces 

Continuing in January, ACME Creative welcomes local favorite Kathleen Faulkner and Bellingham ceramic artist AnnMarie DeCollibus. Faulkner’s beautiful northwest scenes are an interesting pairing with DeCollibus’ functional water inspired vessels.

 

620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers 

For Epiphany Artwalk, Burton Jewelers continues their art show with the work of Richard Nash, a regional NW artist, featuring his unique and nuanced compositional approach to botanical and non-representational acrylic paintings and his contemporary sculpture from his Conical Etude Series in Cor-ten and stainless steel. Special New Year Values will be offered on giftware and jewelry to those who attend.  Refreshments will be served.

 

604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts 

THE GOOD STUFF ARTS GALLERY presents a new showing of Local Artists in bright, BOLD colors to keep the winter darkness at bay.  Included are local NW Artists:  Pat Collins, Stylized Hardwood Sculptures; Greg Dugan, Whimsical Art;  Randy Emmons, Watercolor Scenes;  Peggie Hunnicutt, Watercolor on Canvas;  Terry MacDonald, Acrylics;  Ron Moore, Segmented Wood Vessels; Ruth Owen, Textiles; Suzanne Powers, Oil;  Susan Raymond, Clay Critters;  Cynthia Richardson, Acrylics;  Carla Seaton, Mixed Media “Funky Art”; Gail Thein, Jewelry; Peggy Woods, Watercolor. 

 

scottmilo420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery 

Scott Milo Gallery continues the show with pastels by Amanda Houston, color photographs by Randy Dana and Lewis Jones, acrylics by Jennifer Bowman and photo encaustics by Kathy Hastings.  We will have a new collection of sculptures, custom tables, glass and jewelry for the holidays. Shown:  Sunflower Sunrise, 33 x 29 Color Photograph by Randy Dana.

 

419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa 

The Majestic is showing work by two Anacortes artists, Caroline Garland and Donna Nevitt Radtke.  Caroline Garland is an award-winning artist who creates works in oil, acrylic and pastel that reflect her appreciation of beauty in the landscape. Donna Nevitt-Radtke’s primary medium is oil using an impasto, impressionistic, abstract style.   The inspiring Northwest Landscape gets filtered through her artist’s eye blurring the lines between representation and abstraction.

Scott Milo New Show Opens During the Anacortes Chamber of Commerce Holiday Art Walk December 2 6-9pm

scottScott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial in Anacortes,  presents new pastels by Amanda Houston, acrylics by Jennifer Bowman, color photographs by Randy Dana and Lewis Jones, photo encaustics by Kathy Hastings and flame painted wire mesh by Lanny Bergner.  Also, welcoming new jewelry by Melanie Brauner and new sculptures, custom tables, glass and jewelry for the holiday season. Image: Tree Whispers, 18 x 24  Pastel by Amanda Houston. Kathy, owner of Scott Milo, wants you to remember the Chamber of Commerce Holiday Artwalk on Friday, December 2 from 6 – 9pm, after the Chamber’s tree lighting ceremony and Saturday, December 3 from 10 am to 5pm.  More than 20 merchants in Old Town Anacortes will show the work of local artists.  There will be paintings, sculptures, jewelry, photography, music, treats and other grand creations to fulfill your needs.  Come shop for the holidays and enjoy the event.   Friday night’s event will be in conjunction with the First Friday Art Walk. 

Jeanne Levasseur Opens at Scott Milo in Anacortes

scottScott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial in Anacortes,  presents a new landscape series in oil by Jeanne Levasseur.  Levasseur brings a  selection of trees, rolling hills and billowing clouds.  Also showing are oils by Ramona Hammerly, pastels by Christine Troyer, oils by Keith Sorenson and oils by the late, Don deLlamas. Also on view are new sculptures, custom tables, glass and jewelry for the holiday season. Image: “Seasons Change”, 24  x  36  Oil on Panel by Jeanne Levasseur. The opening reception is November 4 during the Anacortes Art Walk from 6-9pm.

Jennifer Bowman Show at Scott Milo in Anacortes First Friday

scottScott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial in Anacortes,  presents new acrylics in brilliant colors by Jennifer Bowman during the Anacortes First Friday Art Walk from 6-9pm October 7. The show closes November 1. Also showing are acrylics by Jacqui Beck, oils by Cynthia Richardson, monoprints by Marie Powell and acrylics by Brooke Borcherding. Image: Black Line Birch Trees, 30 x 40 Acrylic by Jennifer Bowman

Dederick Ward Featured at Scott Milo Gallery in Anacortes

scottScott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial Avenue in Anacortes,  presents a new series of mountains, clouds and mist in oil by Dederick Ward of Anacortes. Dedy’s paintings show the mystery behind the mist. Also showing are encaustic paintings by Marilee Holm, oils by Anne Martin McCool, pastels by Janice Wall and watercolors by Peggy Woods. The reception for the show is September 2 from 6-9pm during the Anacortes Art Walk. Shown: Becoming by Dederick Ward.

First Friday Artwalk in Anacortes from 6-9 PM and Opening of the Anacortes Arts Festival August 5 – 7

The First Friday Artwalk is Friday, August 5 from 6 – 9 pm, in conjunction with opening night of the Anacortes Arts Festival.

705 Commercial Ave., A.C.M.E. Creative Spaces 

ACME Creative welcomes artist Ora Mae Petersen’s exhibit:  Flirting the Whirlpool. This evocative work looks into the Vortex as a potent human symbol in art & myth; as a warning sign of life being pulled away; and as an infinite pattern in Nature. The artwork includes paintings, textiles and sculpture.

 

620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers 

Burton Jewelers is celebrating Philip McCracken’s recent exhibit at the Whatcom County Museum, “Faith & The Seed”.  The show is an appreciation of McCracken’s art and his life. Come see the collection for yourself.

 

611 R Ave., The Depot Art Center 

The Anacortes Arts Commission presents, Artists Northwest featuring mixed media, photography, 3D, decorative art, and jewelry by local artists. The show is open August 5, 10 am – 9 pm, August 6, 10 am – 6 pm, and August 7, 10 am to 4 pm.  All art will be for sale. Come support the local arts.

 

604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts  (New Location)

Enjoy our NEW Artists, new works and a much larger gallery and art supplies space. Featuring art by Ebba Krarup, Fused Glass;  Gus Gusanko, Drawings & Prints of Loki – Viking humor;  Sue Raymond, Ceramic Critters;  Cynthia Richardson, Acrylics;  Suzanne Powers, Oils, Jacqueline DeGavia, Oils, Watercolors;  and many more.  It will be a celebration of ART! 

 

505 O Ave., Anacortes Arts Festival 

The Anacortes Arts Festival Arts at the Port in the Port Transit Shed includes 45 artists from around the country, juried by Barbara Shaiman, former Director of the Seattle Art Museum SAM Gallery.  The work includes both 2D & 3D, encompassing a variety of mediums.   Represented in the Allen Family Focus Gallery are artists Anne Schreivogl, Sue Roberts & Graham Schodda, with work relating to the theme “Levity”.   Our  K-12 youth art exhibit rounds out Arts at the Port.   We will be open until 9 that evening, and will also have entertainment on our Port Stage – plus the Waterfront Pub on the Port dock open.

 

420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery 

scottmiloScott Milo Gallery presents an installation exhibition titled "Celestial Core Samples” by Lanny Bergner. Art pieces are made out of flame treated stainless steel mesh with aluminum and brass mesh inside the forms. Bergner will also have his flame painted tables and vessels.  Also showing are acrylics by Dianna Shyne, photo encaustics by Kathy Hastings, color photographs by Randy Dana, oils by Donna Nevitt Radtke and a new selection of glass, sculptures and jewelry. Shown:  Celestial Core Samples, 36” x 4” each piece, flame treated wire mesh by Lanny Bergner.

 

419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa 

The Majestic Inn and Spa features paintings by Lyn Linder.  During her years of custom design work, Lyn developed her unique style as an interior designer, combining light, shadow and color to bring an emotional connection to each room. She has carried that style into her artwork as she has emerged as a painter worth watching.