Posts tagged with "landscape"
Joan Stuart Ross in Landscape as Perception
Joan Stuart Ross will exhibit several recent paintings in Landscape as Perception at the Cannon Beach Gallery, Cannon Beach, OR, from June 11, to July 10, 2016. The opening reception will be Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 6:00-8:00 PM, and an artists' talk is scheduled for the morning of June 18, 2016, 10:30-12:00 noon. More info can be found here....Continue reading
Please join artists Brian Lane and M.R. McDonald as they give a walk through tour and talk of their respective shows at Gallery 110 in the month of July.
Richard Hutter has an artwork in a group exhibition of works on paper at the Harris Harvey Gallery.
Leslee Currie will have two pieces included in the 2017 Juried Summer Show of the Northwest Collage Society at the Seattle City Hal, Anne Flocke Galleries.
Sheila will share stories about the artists that she has worked with and have inspired her over the span of her long career as a printmaker, collaborator, master printer and witness to so much of Seattle's print history.
There will be barbequing, and print sharing.
We are celebrating the summer sun and our wonderful print community once again by gathering at Sidereal Press in Tukwila. It will be an evening of food, friends, and prints. Kids, friends, and significant others are all welcome. Join the fun!
Sidereal Press is located 20 minutes from downtown Seattle, and 10 blocks from the Tukwila Link Light Rail Station at:4261 South 144th StreetTukwila, WA 98168
Take I-5 South, exit 154B for Southcenter Blvd. and Mall/WA-518 toward Burien/Sea-Tac/Airport. Keep right at the fork; follow signs for Southcenter Blvd. and Mall. Turn right at Southcenter Blvd. Turn right at 42nd Ave S. Turn right at S. 144th St. Sidereal press (red building) is on the right side, across from Foster High School. There is plenty of parking either at Sheila’s or across the street at the high school.
We’ll picnic from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Bring what you want to grill and a salad or side dish to share. There are grills for cooking. Also, bring lawn chairs or blankets for sitting. Kids, friends, and significant others are all welcome; dogs can come too, the property is fenced; you need to pick up after them. Seattle Print Arts will provide plates, napkins, cups, utensils, ice, beverages, and charcoal.
Bring a print to share what you’ve been working on since the annual meeting.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the picnic for what is sure to be a festive celebration!