Posts relating to "Exhibitions"

February at Fine Impressions Gallery Preview Image

February at Fine Impressions Gallery

We are thrilled to share some new aquatints from local artist Stephen McMillan. This print is entitled "Inside Passage" from a recent visit to the Fiordland Conservancy in British Columbia. What a perfect example of his mastery of water and waves - you can almost see the water rippling and moving.

 

8300 Fifth Ave. NE,
Seattle, WA 

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The Inkgarden Exhibition Preview Image

The Inkgarden Exhibition

The Inkgarden Exhibition will include pieces from some of the many printmakers and artists that have worked at Wendy Orville's Inkgarden Studio. Please join us to celebrate with this wonderful and talented community.

Opening Reception:
Friday, March 3, from 5:30-8:00 PM
Wine & light hors d'oeuvres
Bainbridge Performing Arts Gallery
200 Madison Ave

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Craig Cornwall Printmaking Retrospective Exhibition Preview Image

Craig Cornwall Printmaking Retrospective Exhibition

The University Gallery in Ingram Hall at Pacific Lutheran University
Show runs February 15 -  March 8th.  Open Mon - Fri, 8 - 4pm.

There will be a reception on Friday Feb. 24th, 5 - 8pm.

Craig Cornwall has been involved in printmaking for nearly 40 years, having just recently retired from teaching printmaking at PLU.  Trained as a master printe

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Deanne Belinoff at Gallery 4Culture Preview Image

Deanne Belinoff at Gallery 4Culture

Deanne Belinoff’s abstract drawings and paintings express ideas about reality and its underpinnings, the vast rotations of solar systems, and the implicit connection of all things in the universe. Her exhibition, *Space:Inside/Out*, features recent work inspired by infinity, gravity and time, revealing a personal relationship with the cosmos.

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Kelda Martensen in Pratt Window Gallery Preview Image

Kelda Martensen in Pratt Window Gallery

Kelda Martensen has an installation in the Pratt Window Gallery March 2nd - April 2nd. The Pratt Window Gallery is located at ground level near Shift Gallery on the S. Washington Street side of the Tashiro Kaplan building.

​www.keldamartensen.com

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Thomas Wood, Flowers: Prints and Paintings Preview Image

Thomas Wood, Flowers: Prints and Paintings

Harris/Harvey Gallery
1915 First Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
Hours:
Tuesday-Saturday 11:00-6:00
Monday by appointment

January 26 - February 25

 

Thomas Wood unveils a body of new floral paintings with a fantastical twist - flowers in landscapes inhabited by unlikely creatures. Birds, fish, elephants, dinosaurs, and human figures emerge from clusters

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MalPina Chan, “LIKE MOTHER” Preview Image

MalPina Chan, “LIKE MOTHER”

I am excited to have prints included in the "LIKE MOTHER" exhibition at ArtXchange Gallery in Seattle. Twenty regional artists working in a broad range of mediums will be exhibiting in this group exhibition that features diverse interpretations of the profound bond between mother and child. 

The exhibit will run from February 2-25th.

ArtXchange G

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Kathryn Lesh in 25th Parkside National Small Print Exhibition Preview Image

Kathryn Lesh in 25th Parkside National Small Print Exhibition

January 30 - March 30, 2017
Opening reception February 23

Fine Arts Gallery, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
900 Wood Road, Kenosha, WI  53144

Founded in 1987 by Doug DeVinny, Professor Emeritus of Printmaking at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, the Parkside National Small Print Exhibition has shown the finest examples of small-format origi

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February at Davidson Galleries, John Grade, “Middle Fork Extended” Preview Image

February at Davidson Galleries, John Grade, “Middle Fork Extended”

Davidson Galleries
313 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
Exhibition runs, February 17 - March 25, 2017
​Open Hours: Tues - Sat, 10:00am - 5:30pm

This exhibition celebrates the return of "Middle Fork" from the Renwick Gallery at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C. for installation in its final form at the Seattle Art Museum. Th

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