Posts Tagged ‘Camano art galleries’
The gallery will be open regular operating hours (12:00 – 5:00 p.m.) and a grand opening celebration will take place from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. The evening event will have wine, hors d’oeuvres and occasional live music performances from Whitmore. Whitmore’s work can always be viewed online at www.windsingers.com.
In collaboration with Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Carkeek Park Advisory Council, the Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) will orchestrate an exhibition of temporary artwork in the forest of Carkeek Park for the fifth consecutive year, from July 13, 2013 through October 20. Opening Reception with artists in attendance is 2–5pm, Saturday, July 13 at the Environmental Learning Center, 1000 Carkeek Park Road, Seattle WA 98177.
Susan Cavanaugh’s solo show of new works opens July 13 in a reception at 5pm at the Global Bean Coffee Traders, 2021 Myhre NW in Silverdale.
Crackerjack Contemporary Crafts, 1815 North 45th in the Wallingford district, celebrates 27 years of exhibiting the handmade from July 13 – 28. Shown at the right: Tintin! It’s Too Hot for a Coat.
Matzke Fine Art Gallery, 2345 Blanche Way on Camano Island, introduces a group show called “Summer Moments from July 13 through September 8. The opening on July 13 from 4:30-9pm will be a potluck, BBQ and party. All are invited.
Opening July 13 and showing through October 6 in the North Galleria at 800 Convention Place in Seattle, is “Contemporary Arts of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska,” organized by the Stonington Gallery. Stonington Gallery teams up with the Washington State Convention Center to bring a comprehensive exhibition of contemporary Northwest Coast art to life. Coast Journeys takes the viewer on a thousand mile cultural road trip, from Seattle all the way north to Alaska, highlighting important artists and art styles along the way. Shown at the left: Fast Bird by Robert Davidson (Haida).
On view through April 8 at the Matzke Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Park, 2345 Blanche Way on Camano Island, is “Locally Grown: Thrown and Hand-built Clay Show.” Clay artists featured are Annette Bellamy, Charles Bigger, Roger Cocke, Julie Cline, Liza Halvorsen, Lars Husby, Jack Gunter, Pam Mummy, Ruth Pumphrey, Sue Roberts, Chris Theiss, Susan Cohen Thompson, Ruth Westra and Arno Zielke. Also on view is an installation by Aaron Haba and a selection of Regional Northwest Paintings. Shown: 3600 Flags by Aaron Haba