Posts Tagged ‘Edmonds art galleries’
Broadway Market Gallery, 401 Broadway East in Seattle, is showing the work of Jessica Jorgensen through June 23.
Crackerjack Contemporary Crafts, 1815 N. 45th #212 in Seattle, showcases Extasia’s jewelry in a trunk show on view through June 3.
Stunningly Strange Gallery, 407 Main Street in Edmonds, recently opened a circus-inspired innstallment in her on-going “Family Strange” series. Goodey has shown in the Washington State University Museum of Art, CUB Gallery, Gallery II, Reidenbach Gallery, Art Not Terminal, Twilight Artist Collective, Gallery III, Tasty Delectable Collectables and internationally at Dollirium Art Doll Emporium along with showing her work at Seattle art fairs and the Fremont market. Shown: Clown.
Suyama Space, 2324 Second Avenue in Seattle, is currently showing “AXIS INDEX: Installation by Damien Gilley” through August 9. The exhibit is an immersive installation combining sculpture and drawing intended to transform the architecture of the gallery through physical and visual methods. Gilley’s work has been shown nationally and internationally at such venues as Tetem Kunstruimte (Enschede, Netherlands); EastWestProject (Berlin, DE), Arthouse (Austin, TX), Art Museum of South Texas (Corpus Christi, TX) and numerous locations in Portland, OR, including the Portland 2010 Biennial.
Showing at the Christopher Gallery, 537 Main Street in Edmonds, is Pacific Northwest photographer and artist Ian Morrison. Before moving to Washington, Ian taught photography, drawing and electronic arts courses at Grand Canyon University and Glendale Community College, in Arizona.
Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. opens for Third Thursday from 5-8pm with a show featuring the watercolor and acrylic paintings of Bev Jozwiak. Jozwiak’s skill as a painter has garnered her national acclaim as one of America’s premier watercolorists. Shown: First Street Hotel.
Gallery North, 508 Main Street, presents the art work of Eve Ingraham who will be showing both paintings and jewelry in the Featured Artist Room. Ingraham shares her travel adventures from a recent trip to Europe.
The Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Street South, brings back the work of Ilene Gienger-Stanfield in a champagne reception from 5-8pm. The impressionist artist has been recognized nationally as a highly accomplished painter in both pastels and oils. The exhibit will be on view through May 13. Shown at the left: Distracted.
Gallery North, 508 Main Street in Edmonds, and the Seattle League of Arts presents a juried show exhibiting paintings created by its member artists in a variety of mediums. The juried artists include Betty Bartlett, Beth Betker, Susan Bloch, Clifford Burkey, Carol Castaneda, Elaine Cohn, Lynn Kerr, and Eunice Smith.G. The artists will also attend the Edmonds Third Thursday Art Walk on April 18th from 5-8pm.
Stunningly Strange Gallery, 407 Main Street, opens during the art walk from 5-8pm with artist Justin Hillgrove of Imps and Monsters will be participating in a live painting demonstration. Hillgrove has been seen at Tasty Gallery, the Bellevue Festival of Arts, Edmonds Art Festival, Folklife Festival and various other festivals and galleries around the nation. Shown at the right: Uprooted.
The Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. in Edmonds, introduces Angela Bandurka in a champagne reception from 5-8pm. The artist’s paintings present every day objects from an artistic point of view. Shown at the left: Pick Me!
The Annual Small Paintings and Miniature Show is currently running at Gallery North, 508 Main Street in Edmonds. A reception for the artists will take place during the Edmonds Art Walk from 5-8pm.
Stunningly Strange Gallery, 407 Main Street in Edmonds, opens during the Edmonds Art walk with the artist Hasenpfeffer Inc. who has merged modernism style with traditional craftsmanship.The creator and designer behind Hasenpfeffer Inc. is Daniela Shelton whose dolls are handcrafted and made of recycled materials. The fabric comes from old textiles, either from thrift stores or vendors that deal in dead stock textiles, and the dolls are stuffed with hypoallergenic fiberfill made from non-toxic soda bottles.
The Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. in Edmonds, opens finger art painter Iris Scott’s “The Thailand Collection” at an artist’s reception March 16 from 6:30-8:30pm. On view through April 16, the artist’s show unveils her most recent collection of original paintings inspired by an excursion to Thailand this past winter. Shown: My Thai Sunbrella.
Allied Arts of Whatcom County, 1418 Cornwall Avenue in Bellingham, partners with the ceramics group Cascade Clay Artists on their art exhibit this March. The show features the contemporary and traditional clay work of the members of Cascade Clay. The opening reception is from 6-9pm.
Anchor Art Space, 216 Commercial Avenue in Anacortes, opens from 6-9pm during the Anacortes Art Walk, with “Ours,” a show about people taking up spaces, staking their claim, and making themselves heard through art.
Childhood’s End Gallery, 222 4th. Avenue W. in Olympia, is featuring new works from “Women Painters of Washington” through April 21. Women Painters of Washington is a professional organization of female artists founded in 1930. The artists’ reception is March 1 from 5-7pm during the Olympia Art Walk.
Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. in Edmonds, is featuring new-to-the-gallery artist Angela Bandurka for the month of March. A reception for the artist will be held during the Edmonds Art Walk on March 21 from 5-8pm.
Gallery North, 508 Main Street in Edmonds, their annual Miniature and Small Paintings Show for the month of March. The public invited to meet many of the artists at the awards reception on March 3 from 1-3pm. Another reception is planned during the Edmonds Art Walk on March 21.
A group show called “Human+Nature” opens from 6-8:30pm at Kirkland Arts Center, 620 Market Street in Kirkland. Among the artists is well-know northwest artist Karen Hackenberg.
Ornamental Arts Gallery, 13805 Smokey Point Blvd. Suite 105 in Marysville, will feature Vicki Johnson’s pastel paintings, in a reception on Friday, March 1 from 4-7:00pm. Vicki, an Arlington resident, has two degrees in Fine Arts (University of California at Chico and from Nanyang University in Singapore). She has lived and traveled extensively showing her work in Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Paris, Hong Kong, Singapore, as well as, numerous US states. She is currently working in pastels with landscapes, architecture, and still life subjects. Shown: Monterey in May.
Roby King Galleries, 176 Winslow Way on Bainbridge Island, opens from 6-8pm with a solo exhibition featuring Raenell Doyle’s classical still life paintings. The show runs through March 30.
Scott Milo Gallery, 420 Commercial Avenue in Anacortes, presents northwest pastels by Sandy Byers of Whidbey Island. Byers will do a pastel demonstration during opening reception on March 1 6-9pm. Also showing are acrylics by Jacqui Beck, photography by Dick Garvey, abstract oils by Donna Nevitt and acrylics and watercolors by Eric Wiegardt. Shown at the right: Stand Beside Her by Sandy Byers.
The Island Gallery, 400 Winslow Way E on Bainbridge Island, opens from 6-8pm with “Bonnets, Baskets and Beads,” hints of spring. Shown: Felted Wool Basket with Speckled Feathers, Doriane Neiburgs.
ARTspot, 408 Main Street, is featuring Wendy Lee Lynds in a special demo during the art walk from 5-8pm. Lynds will also conduct workshops during the month.
“Northwest Landscapes,,” paintings by northwest artist Judith Perry are on view at Christopher Framing & Gallery, 537 Main Street, through March 19.
Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue South, opens for a special champagne reception from 5-8pm celebrating “Northwest Light.” The show features the work of Sandy Byers and Barbara Benedetti Newton, both of whom will attend the opening. Shown at the left: Golden Gardens Pond by Barbara Benedetti Newton.
“Mosaic Love,” new mosaics by Christy Rommel, is on view during February at Gallery North, 508 Main Street in Edmonds. The public is invited to a reception for the artist from 5-8pm.. At 51, Gallery North is one of the oldest artist-run, cooperative galleries in the United States.
C Art Gallery, 855 Hiawatha Place S. in Seattle, is sponsoring an all-day celebration of three women artists from 10am-8pm. Najma, SaSa and Mimira will be on hand to share their art and well as their stories throughout the day.
“Mosaic Love,” new mosaics by Christy Rommel, is on view during February at Gallery North, 508 Main Street in Edmonds. The public is invited to a reception for the artist on February 9 from 1-4pm where Rommel will talk about her creative process. At 51, Gallery North is one of the oldest artist-run, cooperative galleries in the United States
Christopher Gallery, 537 Main Street, is showing “NORTHWEST LANDSCAPES,” paintings by northwest artist Judith Perry in an artist’s reception from 5-8pm Thursday. The show is on view through March 19.
Celebrate Cole Gallery’s sixth anniversary through February 18 with an Artist Invitational Show with over 40 participating artists featuring more than 85 works of art. The gallery is located at 107 5th. Avenue S. in Edmonds, just north of Seattle. Shown Sicilian Fishing Boats by David Marty.
Gallery North, 508 Main Street, seeks to brighten up the new year with “Illuminations,” a group show featuring a variety of mediums in a reception during the art walk from 5-8pm. Also on view is the work of ironworker Scott Szloch. Shown at the right is one off the pieces by an artist in the group show.
Kaitlin Phillips Goodey, owner and artist of Stunningly Strange Gallery, 407 Main Street, will be showing her new body of work titled “The Family Strange.” Goodey as shown in the Washington State University Museum of Art, CUB Gallery, Gallery II, Reidenbach Gallery, Art Not Terminal, Twilight Artist Collective, Gallery III, Tasty Delectable Collectables and internationally at Dollirium Art Doll Emporium. Shown at the left is one off her pieces.
Celebrate Cole Gallery’s sixth anniversary through January 19 with an Artist Invitational Show with over 40 participating artists featuring more than 85 works of art. The gallery is located at 107 5th. Avenue S. in Edmonds, just north of Seattle. Shown Sicilian Fishing Boats by David Marty and a picture of gallery owner Denise Cole.
Christopher Gallery, 537 Main Street, opens from 5-8pm with a reception for northwest artist Andrea Gabriel. In addition to her works on canvas, Andrea has illustrated a variety of successful trade and educational books, and is the author of one – My Favorite Bear (Charlesbridge 2003.)
Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. is showing Diana Shyne’s “Birds of a Feather, Sing Together,” in a reception from 5-8pm. Shyne will attend the opening which features holiday cheer and music by Acoustic Cadence. Shown at the left: 100 Happiness I.
Gallery North, 508 Main Street, steps into the wild this month with an exhibition of paintings and jewelry from artist JR Hawse titled, "Call of the Wild and Wonderful." Each painting is based on animals and places observed by the artist. Shown at the right: Wolf—Making a Connection.
Christopher Gallery (formerly known as Autumn’s) 537 Main Street, is showing plein-air paintings by northwest artist Autumn Kegley through December 18 and will be open from 5-8pm during the artwalk.
Cole Gallery, 107 5th Avenue S., opens for the Edmonds Art Walk with the first glance feature, “Animated Still Life,” by Michelle Waldele-Dick. On view through November 30, Waldele-Dick’s work captures the wit and whimsy of a bi-gone era. Shown at the left: Fortune Teller.
Gallery North, 508 Main Street, opens with “Mysterious Realms: Beneath and Beyond,” underwater photography by Mary Bess Johnson. Also on view are the “Spacetime Watercolor” paintings by Darlene Lucas.
Stunningly Strange Gallery, debuts in Edmonds on the night of the Edmonds Third Thursday Art Walk and the annual Edmonds “First Dibs” holiday merchant open house on November 15 from 5-8pm. The location of the gallery is 407 Main Street, next door to Manya Vee Selects. Owner Kaitlin Phillips Goodey aims to bring a bit of whimsy to the art scene in Edmonds. Goodey, an MFA graduated of Washington State University, has shown her work in the Washington State University Museum of Art, CUB Gallery, Art Not Terminal, Twilight Artist Collective, and Tasty Delectable. Shown at the left: Forever at Sea by Kaitlin Phillips Goodey.
The Christopher Gallery, formerly Autumn’s, 537 Main Street in Edmonds, is showing the landscape paintings of Paulette Johnson. She is a Signature Artist with the Northwest Pastel Society (NPS) and is also a member of Plein Air Washington Artists. She has exhibited throughout the Pacific Northwest and has won numerous awards in juried art exhibits. The artist is a contributing artist to Washington “En Plein Air,” volumes I and II. A contributing artist to Gary Greene’s book “Textures, Reflections and Backgrounds” and Prisca Ko’s book “Artworks,” she was also selected as the poster artist for the “Woodinville Tour of Gardens” and the “Secret Gardens of Lake Forest Park.” Shown at the right and above: Early Autumn at River Run.
Gallery North, 508 Main Street in Edmonds, features, “Curiosity: feather and flow,” an exhibition of the work of contemporary sumi-e artist, Karen Dedrickson. The public is invited to meet the artist during the Edmonds Art Walk from 5-8pm or at a reception for the artist on October 20 from 1-4pm.
The Cole Art Studio, located in the lower level of the Cole Gallery, presents their first “Student Spotlight” hosted at the Edward Jones office in Edmonds at 313 Main Street #101. A reception and opportunity to meet the student artists is September 20 from 5-8pm during the Edmonds Art Walk. Shown: Hot Air Ride by Vicki Blair.
The Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue South in Edmonds, invites all to a preview party with champagne and refreshments tonight from 6:30-8:30pm. The reception is for a new show, on view through October 14, with works by nationally-acclaimed Portland artists Jennifer Diehl and Terrence Gasca. Also on view are pieces by Michael Fitzpatrick. Shown: Reservations by Jennifer Diehl.