Posts Tagged ‘Kirkland art galleries’
Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Parklane, presents “A Contemporary Showcase,” on view from March 11 – April 2. Meet the artists on Saturday, March 11 from 1-4pm. Showing are new works by Quincy Anderson, Susan Faust, Melanie Ferguson, Chuck Gumpert, Tracey Lane, Christipher Mathie & Leo Osborne. Shown: Butterfly Effect VII by Chuck Gumpert
Kirkland Arts Center, 620 Market Street opens from 6-8:30pm on Friday, March 10 for their new show (Dis)Connected. Featured artists are Humaira Abid, Jonathan Wakuda Fischer, Troy Gua, Leslie Harriel, and many more.
Parklane Gallery, 130 Park Lane, opens Friday, March 10 from 5-8pm with Heidi Barnett’s “Symphony of Color.” Barnett, affectionately dubbed the “Q-Tip Artist” by her fans, experiments with palette knives, fingers, and a variety of eclectic tools to create a unique pointillist style. Also showing is “Spring Impressions,” floral paintings by Anne Waters. Waters represents flowers in the bold and soft color palettes.. Also showing are rock sculptures by guest artist Nicky Oberholtzer Shown at the right by Heidi Barnett.
Recently opened at Ryan James Fine Arts, 11905 124th. Ave. NE, is “4.2/NO.” Featured are four contemporary emerging Seattle artists; Kimberly Balla, Bonnie Smerdon, Qin Tan, & Laura Viola Preciado.
Parklane Gallery, 130 Park Lane in Kirkland, presents featured artists in a show called “Art from the heART” February 7 through March 5. Showing are Lois Haskell “Views From the Easel,” and Ruby Lindner, “"The view through an abstract kaleidoscope". Gallery artists will present a special showing of Valentines Day art with an accompanying holiday table for small gifts of art. Shown: by Lois Haskell.
Opening tonight from 6-8pm at the Kirkland Arts Center, 621 Market Street in Kirkland, is an exhibition of artists’ collections. In their press release the center says, “Despite big flashy headlines about expensive sales of art and news about billionaire collectors and dealers, collecting art is not just for the very rich. There are a myriad of small collections in private homes, by individuals with different means, who do not collect for the investment but for how it touches their soul, what pleasure the piece brings: for their love of art. Among those smaller collectors are artists, whose collections may be seen as an expression of their aesthetics and of their intellectual exploration.”
Featured artists through December 4 at the Parklane Gallery, 130 Park Lane in Kirkland are: Marne Jensen, "A Sense of Place," and Rachel Mueller’s, “From My Collection.” Jensen’s palette ranges from tranquil to vibrant, as she shares her journey between impressionism and abstraction inspired by the colors and shapes of nature Mueller’s show is a retrospective that combines oil paintings and sculptures, reflecting her respect for animals and the human form.
Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, hosts a reception November 19 from 5:30-7pm for the 26th Annual Small Works Invitational on view through December 4. The show features a selection of small format paintings by over 50 regional and nationally known artists. Shown: Simone by Zhaoming Wu
Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, shows the playful side of art featuring the art of Connie Townsend. Aside from her own original art, she also does pet portraits. Connie supports animal rescue/adoption centers, including but not limited to: 2nd Chance Center For Animals | Border Collie Rescue of Arizona | Red Rose Inspirations | Paw Placement. Shown: Sunglass Mutt by Connie Townsend
Opening September 29 at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland is the 17th Annual American Impressionist Society National Juried Exhibition. AIS Master, Calvin Liang, will be the judge of awards this year. Opening reception and awards presentation will be held on Thursday, September 29 from 5 to 8pm. Calvin will also present a free painting demonstration on Friday, September 30th from 6 to 8pm. The exhibition runs through October 30. In conjunction with this event, on Saturday, October 1, an all member plein air paint out will take place along the shores of Lake Washington in downtown Kirkland. Members will spend the day creating works en plein air. The pieces will then be displayed and offered for sale back at the gallery from 2-4pm. Shown: Knitters Gift by Adam Clague
Opening in a reception on August 12 from 5-8pm at Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, is “A Contemporary Showcase.” Showing are new works from familiar gallery artists Quincy Anderson, Leslie Balleweg, Rich Bowman, Melanie Ferguson, Chuck Gumpert, Craig Kosak, Tracey Lane, Christopher Mathie, Steve Reinmuth and Sharon Spencer plus new gallery artists Corinne Geertsen and Agnieszka Pilat. The show runs through September 4.
Join the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, for a two-person show featuring new works by Ezra Suko and Lindsey Kustusch. Both artists will be attending the opening night preview on July 23 from 5-7pm and would love to meet you and discuss their work. The show runs through August 7. Shown: As the day Drew On by Lindsey Kustusch
Wallingford Art Walk starts at 6pm each month. Visit www.Wallingford.org
Gig Harbor Art Walk along the waterfront in the summer until 8pm. www.gigharborguide.com
Blitz, Capitol Hill’s Art Walk is from 5 – 8pm.capitolhillartwalk.com
West Seattle Art Walk is from 6 – 9pm.westseattleartwalk.blogspot.com
July 15 – 17
Kirkland Uncorked, Kirkland’s Waterfront Art Festival. Visit www.kirklanduncorked.com.
Sequim Arts Studio Tour, in conjunction with the Sequim Lavender Festival features a dynamic group of North Olympic Peninsula artists. Visit www.sequimarts.org.
Art Jam 2016. Art show and sale happening at the Rock Hollow Farm, 10am – 5pm. Part of the Sequim Lavender Festival. For location visit www.rockhollowarts.com. A “gathering” of artists sharing their creativity, techniques & enthusiasm….all happening in the barn….at: Rock Hollow Farm!
July 16 – 17
Gig Harbor Summer Art Festival on historic waterfront combines sunshine with art and music. Visit www.peninsulaartleague.com.
Skagit Artists Together Annual Studio Tour from Sedro-Wooley to Conway, La Conner, Mt. Vernon, and Anacortes. Visit www.skagitartiststogether.com.
Opening June 11 from 5-7pm at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, is “Expressions of Nature,” new paintings by Renato Muccillo. A member of the Federation of Canadian Artists (FCA), he received three awards in 2003 at juried shows hosted by the organization. At the Changing Light show, he was awarded both a People’s Choice Award and an Award of Excellence. The artist also won an Award of Excellence at Altered States, the federation’s abstract art exhibit. The show runs through July 10. Shown: Valley Fires.
A two-person show featuring new paintings by Fred Calleri and Teresa Saia opens in a reception from 5-7pm today at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland. Teresa Saia is an established member of the Seattle art community and has developed a strong following with both private and corporate collectors as she has won many competitions. Calleri’s studies of masters such as Zorn, Sargent, Vermeer, Sorolla as well as living masters has inspired him to create classic and romantic images using the master’s palette and mood for an emotional reaction. The historical or ‘period’ nature of the work lends itself to a style and palette that he enjoys and reaches back to a seemingly simpler time. Shown: Autumn Begins by Teresa Saia.
“A Sense of Place,” featuring new works by Diane Ainsworth, Marc Bohne, Mark Boyle, Alfred Currier, Michael Ferguson, Kim Matthews Wheaton and Romona Youngquist, opens tonight from 5-7pm at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland. Each artist will present a selection of five to seven new paintings reflecting his/her connection to the land and will be in attendance at the opening night reception. Shown: Skagit Blooms by Alfred Currier.
Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, introduces Kent Lovelace’s newest work, which gives an intimate view of his Whidbey Island surroundings, revealing his reverence for the natural world. This collection focuses on the many species of birds that frequent his property as well as landscapes from around Whidbey and neighboring Skagit Valley. Kent’s unique medium of oil on copper dates back to classical 15th C. Renaissance techniques. The artist’s reception is on Saturday evening, March 19 from 5-7pm. Shown: Cameron Morning, oil on copper.