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Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, offers a diverse collection of paintings in mediums and subject matter by both emerging and nationally-renowned artists in their “22nd Annual Invitational Small Works Show.” The smaller size allows collectors to acquire leading artists at more affordable prices. This year’s show offers a collection of approximately 200 paintings 11 x 14 or smaller by over 90 leading artists. Show preview begins November 15 with the reception & set price sale: Nov. 17 from 5:30-8pm. Shown: Shout! by Eric Bowman
On view through September 30 at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, are new works by Richard Boyer. Boyer has two of his paintings in the Arts for the Parks Top 100. Boyer’s work has been displayed in the Oil Painters of America show several times and was featured on the cover of American Artist (December 2004) and in the August 1999 issue of Southwest Art as an “Artist to Watch”. He has also received the “Art Times Award” from the Salmagundi Club in New York and the Stobart Foundation Award at the 23rd. Annual Mustic International. Shown: Shop in Bonnieux.
Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, opens “Seasons,” a solo show of new works by Jhenna Quinn Lewis, in a reception August 9 from 6-8pm. The artist says her inspiration comes from Japanese masters such as Utagawa Hiroshige, Uta Maro, and Hasegawa Tohaku. Shown: Balancing Act.
A special preview party for Teresa Saia takes place tonight from 6-8pm at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland. The artist is offering collectors a special opportunity to preview the new works she has prepared for the upcoming Bellevue Arts Fair. Shown: Golden Light.
A member’s exhibition, juried by Bellevue gallery owner Gunnar Nordstrom, is on view at the Kirkland Arts Center 630 Market Street in Kirkland, through August 20. Media include painting, mixed media, ceramics, photography, and sculpture. Shown at the left: Pieces #3 (detail) by Joanne Bohannon from the Kirkland Arts Center member exhibition.
Matzke Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Park, 2345 Blanche Way on Camano Island, is showing “Summer Moments,” an exhibition featuring glass, metal, stone and a selection of northwest paintings.
Pottery Northwest is currently showing “The End Is Nothing, The Road Is All,” a solo exhibition of work by Adam Helenske. The show will run through August 3. Pottery Northwest is located at 226 First Avenue North (between Thomas and John), just one block south of the Key Arena at the Seattle Center.
The Seattle City Hall Gallery, 600 Fourth Ave, celebrates Seattle’s Somali population, which is the second largest in the United States, with an exhibition called, “Our Children, Our Voices,” on view through September 5. An opening reception will be held 3 to 5, Tuesday,pm July 24, at City Hall’s Boards and Commissions Conference Room L280.
On view at the Twilight Artist Collective, 4306 SW Alaska St. in West Seattle, is “Summer Lovein’,’ a show inspired by the life and work of John Travolta. The show, curated by Cheryl Robinson, runs through August 3.
The Wing Luke Museum, is showing “George Nakashima: A Master’s Furniture and Philosophy.” Through his vintage furniture, architectural drawings and sketches, the exhibtion explores how Nakashima’s life experiences shaped his work and the legacy he left behind.
The featured artist at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, this month is Quincy Anderson. Anderson’s nature-inspired large-scale abstract paintings are richly textured canvases of acrylic paint, oil ink and silk tissue. The former art instructor has shown her work in a number of galleries in the Pacific Northwest and in California. Shown: Luminary.
And that’s not easy to do in the gallery business, particularly these days. In honor of their 22 years, the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, is having a special party from 6-9pm on June 8 featuring new works by 50 gallery artists. One of the artists represented is Richard Boyer who has two of his paintings in the Arts for the Parks Top 100 ( Gundeck of the USS Constitution and Early Start in the Grand Canyon ) and another painting in the Second 100 ( Crossing the Stream ) . He received the Judge’s Choice Award in the Arts for the Parks competition in both 2000 and 2001. He also also received the “Art Times Award” from the Salmagundi Club in New York and the Stobart Foundation Award at the Twenty-third Annual Mystic International. Shown: Sunbathed by Richard Boyer.
Opening May 11th at a reception from 6-8pm at Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland, is a show featuring oil on copper paintings by Kent Lovelace, “la Bonne Terre…The Good Earth,” travels in France. Lovelace will also give an informal talk about his art at 7pm. The Pondera Winery will unveil a new wine featuring a painting by the artist, “Danse Study” on the label. Shown: St. Jean de Luz.
“Expressions of Light,” a solo show of new works by Teresa Saia, opens on April 21 from 6-8pm at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland. Saia is firmly established in the Seattle art community and has garnered a strong following among private and corporate collectors alike. A native of Washington, she has studied with leading artists throughout the US and abroad. She works in both oil and pastel. Shown: Afternoon Meditations.
New works by Martha Brouwer and Anne Schreivogl open March 31 at Howard/Mandville Gallery in Kirkland
Meet Martha Brouwer and Anne Schreivogl on March 31 at 6pm for the preview of their new show, “Simple Pleasures and Fanciful Daydreams” at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland. Shown: Buzz of Activity by Anne Schreivogl.
Kirkland Arts Center, 620 Market Street, presents the fourth installment of its biennial contemporary ceramics exhibition, “Clay? IV”, in conjunction with the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) 46th annual conference in Seattle. The exhibition explores the versatility of clay as a medium of expression. Showcasing a range of sizes, scales, subject matter, and techniques, the artwork is both a testament to the enduring legacy of clay and to the future of the field. Includes are works by artists residing in Korea and twelve US states, including California, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin. Jurors are Doug Jeck, Akio Takamori and Jamie Walker. The reception for the artists is March 30 from 5-9pm.
A solo exhibition of new works by Renato Muccillo opens Friday, March 9 in a reception with the artist from 6-8pm at Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane in Kirkland. The show runs through March 30. Muccillo was recently featured in an article in Southwest Art. Shown: Summer Oak by Renato Muccillo .
“Contained,” an exhibition curated by Katie Phelps, opens at the Kirkland Arts Center, 620 Market Street, on February 17 in a reception from 5-8:30pm. On view through March 22, “Contained” looks at the containers in our lives and examines the ways that objects shape us, and how we use them to ground our ideas and memories. Featured artists are: Michelle Anderst, Mark Bennett, Zack Bent, Joshua Bloch, Eduardo Calderon, Karen Hackenberg, Elizabeth Halfacre, Amy Hamblin, Victoria Haven, Terry Leness, Colin Tuis Nesbit . Shown: Amphorae by Karen Hackenberg.
Alfred Currier’s latest show, “Glacier National Park 101” opens at the Howard/Mandville Gallery, 120 Park Lane, in a reception from 6-8pm. A visual chapbook, "Alfred Currier: Glacier National Park 101", is being released to coincide with the show, with a preface by Amy Marquis, Associate Editor for National Parks magazine. A complimentary copy will be included with the purchase of a painting. During the reception, the artist will share stories from his experiences in the park as well as his philosophy of life as an artist. The University of Washington Press, in association with Marquand Books, published Alfred Currier: Impasto, a book written by Ted Lindberg, former Curator for the Vancouver Art Gallery. Currier was the cover artist for American Artist Magazine as well as the subject of numerous newspaper and magazine articles over the years. His works can be found in numerous private and corporate collections throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan. He maintains his studio and residence in Anacortes, Washington with his partner, artist, Anne Schreivogl. Shown: Glacier Park Series #22.
Gallery Cygnus, 109 Commercial in LaConner, is showing “Natural and Supernatural: Contemporary Northwest Coast Art” through February 26. The show is part of the ever-evolving tradition of representing the history, mythology, identity and ownership for the people of the coast. Individual artists in this show work within this context, but they also exhibit a wide range of style and expression. Shown at the left: one of the pieces from the show.
On view through February 11, Seattle artist Neal Fryett presents new photographic, video, and sculptural work in the Kirkland Arts Center Gallery’s first exhibition of 2012. The tangram, a dissection puzzle comprised of seven parts, serves as the foundation for Fryett’s studio compositions, basic geometric shapes crafted from walnut that when arranged and rearranged become a study in still life, balance, and history. The gallery is located at 620 Market Street in Kirkland.
The Kittredge Gallery, University of Puget Sound, N. 15th St. at N. Lawrence St. in Tacoma, showcases contemporary works in tempera by Nathan DiPietro through February 11. DiPietro works in egg tempera, a centuries-old painting medium created by mixing powdered pigments with egg yolk and water. The resulting paints dry quickly to a matte finish and allow for thin, smooth layers of color and tight control of details. DiPietro will offer a demonstration of this technique following a gallery talk on his work on Feb. 2, at 4 p.m.. An opening reception will be January 25 from 5-7pm at the gallery. Concurrently showing is the work of photographer Eirik Johnson.
The SAM Gallery Art Sales and Rental, 1220 Third Avenue in Seattle, is featuring a group of artists whose work has been impacted by relocation or travel. In connection with the show, which is influenced by the upcoming SAM exhibit, “Gauguin & Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise,” is an installation in the gallery’s University Street window by Dan Hawkins. The show is on view through February `11.
The Island Gallery, 400 Winslow Way on Bainbridge Island, is showcasing a special collection of Lynn Mizono’s wearable art through February 15.