Posts Tagged ‘Poulsbo art galleries’
Front Street Gallery, 18881 Front Street in Poulsbo, presents “Travels With Diana,” a show of paintings inspired by Diana Kingsley’s trips to China, Cambodia, Italy and Paris. Opening reception is Saturday June 9 from 5-8 as part of Poulsbo Second Saturday Art Walk and runs through the month. Shown: Tang Dancer Woman.
During the month of May Front Street Gallery, 18881 Front Street in Poulsbo, is featuring “Wildlife,” the wire sculptures of Colleen Cotey, an artist dedicated to exploring and celebrating the diversity if wildlife in the Northwest, especially the endangered species. Opening reception is Saturday May 12 5-8 pm as part of Poulsbo Second Saturday Art Walk. Owls will be on display from West Sound Wildlife Shelter and 5% of sales from during the opening will go to this local non-profit. Call 360 598 6133 for details.
Front Street Gallery, located at 18881 Front Street in downtown Poulsbo, presents a group show in honor of Valentines Day featuring two new artists, painter Joanne Scott and the wire sculptures of Colleen Cotey. Opening reception is Saturday, February 11 5-8 pm as part of the Poulsbo Second Saturday Art Walk.
Blitz, Capitol Hill’s Art Walk from 5-8pm. More information and maps: www.blitzcapitolhill.com
West Seattle Art Walk, 6pm-9pm, Visit www.westseattleartwalk.blogspot.com.
Belltown Art Walk, 6pm until closing. Visit http://belltownartwalk.com/
Greenwood-Phinney Art Up Art Walk, 6pm-9pm, along Greenwood Ave. North from 67th-87th St. Visit http://artupgreenwood-phinneyblogspot.com/
Kirkland Art Walk 6-9pm
Ballard Art Walk, 6pm-9pm. Call Ballard Chamber of Commerce at 206.784.9705. www.centraldistrictartwalk.com/.
Central District Art Walk from 1pm-5pm. at various locations around 23rd Ave & E Cherry St.
Georgetown Art Attack, 6-9pm. Visit www.georgetownartattack.com
Port Angeles Art Walk, 1pm-5pm.
Poulsbo Art Walk from 5-8pm. http://poulsboartwalk.com/default.aspx
Art history Lecture Series Max’s Monkeys: Darwinism in Late Nineteenth-Century Art with Rebecca Albiani, art historian, at the Frye Art Museum at 7pm.
Curator-led tour: “The Digital Eye,” at the Henry Art Gallery from 7-8pm. Join Henry Director Sylvia Wolf, curator of the “The Digital Eye: Photographic Art in the Electronic Age” and author of the recent book by the same name, for a unique look at digital innovations in photographic practice.
Big family festival at the Seattle Art Museum Olympic Sculpture Park starts at 11am. Live music and all kinds of art activities for the whole family. Free and open to the public.
The Sammamish Arts Commission , 228th Ave. SE and SE 8th Street, Sammamish, will host an afternoon with Henk Pander, world-reknowned painter and his son Jacob Pander, filmmaker, in the Sammamish City Hall Council Chambers at 1:00pm
Front Street Gallery ,18881-A Front St. in Poulsbo presents the linear landscapes of painter Mark Stearney in May. Opening reception Saturday May 14 5-8pm as part of Poulsbo Second Saturday Art Walk. Also featuring wildlife art by gallery artists as benefit for West Sound Wildlife Shelter. Partial Proceeds of sales on Saturday go to support Wildlife Shelter so come in and get wild! Front Street Gallery is located in downtown Poulsbo at 18881 Front Street. Visit www.frontstreetgallerypoulsbo.com for more info or call 360 598 6133.