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If you have been waiting, or have missed the other performance piece Bernadette has done this month,
is the last in the series, and the last of the show.
This is a combination of ideas gleaned from the past twenty five to forty five years of exploring what art can be.
Today, Bernadette is doing Eat It or Throw It.
The image is the chair Bernadette is going to be sitting in, and the candy on the floor suggest items offered for her to eat…….
The performance is from 2 to 6.
Bernadette is then sitting the gallery from six to closing at eight.
May 9, 2015 § Leave a comment
We have been a bit wrong about today’s performance. Only a bit, though.
Bernadette will be dancing and performing in response to the tones played on the Theremin, Not playing the instrument.
That is your place in the performance!
We would like you to engage the instrument, and through this we are looking forward to Bernadette’s interpretation of the tones.
On hand to help you navigate the ideas this afternoon is Dan McCann. He is fascinated by the possibilities of audio.
This will be very interesting!
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We have a reception on Friday, from 5-9pm.
Bernadette Vielbig has a dandy collection of works, a redirecting of materials and objects into new directions.
We would love to see you at the reception. It’s free of charge and open to the public.
Come see the work!
April 18, 2015 § Leave a comment
We have a grand, playful set of games in the gallery:
Jenny Hyde’s The Living Room, and
Tobe Harvey’s Phi.
Both works explore ideas, and enable you to look for links between experience.
Jenny’s work is a collection and construction of images from a living room. You can look over her construction as a way of looking and spinning through a space. She has constructed a large wall piece from images printed onto cloth. The cloth has been sew together to make a massive wall piece. The images have been knit together from views in the Living Room. Looking at the images you spin around , investigating the space, and what the room contains.
The images are not placed in a linear structure, but knit, one butting up against the other. They are panoramic images made through knitting. Sometimes we have a bit of vertigo as we look at the whole of the construction. But look at the shoes, and that has grounded us.
Jenny has also provided a set of post cards. These are playing cards to enable you to look at the image for specific objects. You can check off the objects, and Jenny has provided ribbons for you to win. As you fill-out and check off the items you find, you earn discounts on other images in the gallery. You can buy a segment of the larger construction, as an individual print, at a discounted cost.
It’s all great fun. Some of us have gotten a couple of great pieces.
Today we are open from noon to eight.
This afternoon, Carrie Scozzaro sits the space from noon to four.
This evening: Dan McCann is in the space from four to eight.
We know they would love to have folks visit. It’s going to be a delightful day, and warm.
We also know there are loads of folks from around the country and the state for a couple of meetings, and lots of conversations. We invite you to come by and visit our project space.
Come say hi.
April 1, 2015 § Leave a comment
Tobe Harvey: Phi
Phi is body of work created using the technique of collage
and direct painting. The materials I used are canvas, paper, oil paint,
photographs, watercolor, ink, and pencil. The work depicts unexpected
combinations of form on formats of circles, squares, and golden spirals.
Jenny Hyde: Living Room
The Living Room, an exhibition by Jenny Hyde is an art show
and interactive game all at once. For the past year, Hyde has been
documenting the house she grew up in, taking photographs of everything in
the individual rooms in a meticulous way. The multiple photographs are
stitched together digitally and then physically to create a large scale
immersive image that is close to life size. This work is part of an ongoing
investigation of American landscape.
And there is a game!
But you have to ask Jenny for an invitation to play the game! She has them printed out, and there are special places to have checked off if as you find things in the documentation.
Don’t miss out!
FREE OPENING RECEPTION Friday, April 3, 2015. 5-8 pm
Friday April 3, 2015 through Saturday April 25
March 19, 2015 § Leave a comment
This week is a nice period of time for us.
We have Kate Vita and Nancy Hathaway showing work in the gallery.
Here is one of Nancy’s pieces. They are layers of work. Some if the image seems to be obscured from, maybe drawing. Part of the whole is the hand made paper, with inclusions.
We love looking at them, and thinking about what is going on as Nancy ,makes the pieces. A recurring question is what the layers suggest. Sometimes, they seem like Chinese scroll paintings. The middle passages between dramatic scenes. Or maybe they are references to Turner’s paintings and his romantic quality. Maybe after the images have been filtered through our contemporary experience.
This week, we have some delightful folks sitting the gallery. You can muse with them as you look at Nancy’s images.
Thursday: Hannah sits from noon to five pm.
Friday: Dan McCann sits from noon to four, and is followed by Lance.
Saturday: Margo Casstevens and Kurt Madison sit the gallery.
Everyone would be great to visit with while you are in the gallery.
Tell us what you see in Nancy’s paper constructions!
And just across the hall is the Saranac Pub, too.
March 12, 2015 § Leave a comment
There is a subtlety to working that comes out, only after the work has been done. Our two current shows deliver on the idea of practicing and daily work. Kate Vita set a goal of a painting a day, and the work involved in the task shows itself in the paintings in the gallery. They are delightful works engaging the light we have here. Kate is looking at the segments on the world we see. They are isolated parts, but they are the quick glimpses of light, color, and form that are a daily delight.
Nancy Hathaway has been casting and working with paper a while. These are fascinating. They have a delicate coloring. The paper itself frames the soft yellow of the core. But the core also holds threads of red and yellows. Nancy writes about them as drawings. They have a nice drawing quality to them. The surfaces are a fascinating texture.
February 25, 2015 § Leave a comment
It’s been a very short month. Many of us seem to be just waking from the winter, and here is a set of images to welcome you into the spring.
You can see the work in the gallery, but this is the last week.
Yes! that means Thursday, Friday and Saturday are the last times for these pieces in the gallery!
Many have sold! Our members talked about what a delightful time they have had sitting the show, and looking at the delicate pieces, poised to lift into another land. They seem like monumental forms, isolated in their places. We have been lost in reflection on the pieces. Very nice!
We also dip back and forth into the video space, drawn by the quiet music calling to us. The images of lines are mesmerizing. In our conversations with Margo, we can see her floating in the water, wondering and delighted by the floating of air up from below her.
Such a wonderful show of work. Come by!
Thursday: Cory Sits,
Friday: Ryan Desmond starts the day, noon to 4; and Jenny Hyde is in for the evening, 4-8pm.
Saturday: Hannah sits from noon to 4, and Bradd finishes the week and show from 4-8.
Come on in. We’d love to talk with you, or just sit and listen to the music as it plays through the space.
January 29, 2015 § Leave a comment
We had a very nice conversation with folks as they passed through the space this afternoon. The Feminist Club from Lewis and Clark High School stopped in after they were at KYRS. We had a delightful conversation with them about the work, working, and art.
Another couple came through as they were thinking about going to the movies this weekend at the Magic Lantern. They were excited to see Kurt’s paintings, and gave us some insights into how they are painted. Milk as a mild mask in some of the paintings.
Some backed goods floated through the space, as another visitor walked through and looked.
All in all, a very nice day.
More on Friday this week, and Saturday too!
January 29, 2015 § Leave a comment
We have had a long month, but it’s coming to a close.
We’d like to remind you of the show in the space now, before it leads. This is the last weekend for Kurt Madison’s and Roger Ralston’s show.
The sumi works and mobiles leave the space after Saturday.
Lisa Nappa is sitting on Thursday until five.
Ryan Desmond sits from Noon to Four on Friday.
CArrie sits Saturday from Noon to four, and then,
Nancy is in the space to close out the show.
Come see the work.
We’d love to visit.
January 23, 2015 § Leave a comment
January 23, 2015 § Leave a comment
We love this image from Kurt!
It makes us think of going skiing. This weekend we think we are going to se some of that! Some of us are alpine and some are nordic skiers.
Some like to stay here in town and look at the frosting on the mountains as it piles up, awaiting for the spring, and summer.
We are welcoming the snow,
In the right places.
You can see the paintings today from noon to eight.
Jenny is in today from noon to four.
Bradd sits from four to six, and then
Hannah is in from six to eight.
Come and take a look.
January 22, 2015 § Leave a comment
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We have extra days for the Small Works Sale!
December 23rd and 24th are extra days!
Bernadette is sitting the 23rd, from noon to sometime later (after 5 be are sure)
Roger and Lisa are sitting the gallery from noon to 5 on Christmas eve.
That’s next week though.
Jenny Hyde is sitting Thursday from Noon to Five, then
Nancy Hathaway is in on Friday, Noon to Four, and
Jeff Huston is in from Four to Eight, Friday.
Saturday has Carrie Scozzaro in the afternoon, from Noon to Four, and
Hannah finishes the week from Four to Eight.
Eat you veggies!
December 6, 2014 § Leave a comment
We had a slue of folks in the space last night, and then today, folks swept through on their way to the movies at the Magic Lantern. It’s been a steady stream of interested folks.
We are open a bit more for this month. Those working in the colleges are signing up for more time in the gallery.
Coma by and see the work.
Bradd dropped off some new work today. Roger has a couple of new things in the space as well.
But, if you wanted Bernadette’s Walking Totem/ Cane Shoe last and nails, it’s too late. Should have gotten that last night!
November 26, 2014 § Leave a comment
We send you an enthusiastic Thanksgiving offering of a day filled with what you need:
Family, or none;
Excitement and loads of energy, or quiet and reflection;
And grand resolve as we move into the formal holidays of celebrating light and life, renewal and energy.
This week we are open on Friday and Saturday.
Friday: Kurt Madison and Margo Casstevens are in the gallery from noon to eight.
Friday, Bernadette Y Vielbig sits the space from noon to four, then
Bradd Skubinna sits from four to eight.
It’s a great show, and if you are out in the neighborhood, Stop in and have a visit with the work.
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October 25, 2014 § Leave a comment
Masks are the thing for this Saturday, October 25th
If you have some interest, we have a mask workshop for this Saturday, from 1-3 pm.
Lance and Hannah will be helping with the mask, and solving problems as you articulate what you would like to be, other than yourself, of course. Imaginations are opne, and so is the possibility of what can be done.
Come and see the excitement. Join in! Bring the little people to enable us to see their vision of the world.
We love that part.
It’s the best!
We look forward to seeing you this afternoon!
October 8, 2014 § Leave a comment
Join Tobe Harvey for a free workshop on Saturday October 11th at the Saranac Art Projects Gallery.
From 1-3 PM Harvey will demonstrate his watercolors on matchboxes for the public. The first 8 participants will get supplies to make one to keep for themselves.
All materials will be provided, the public is welcome to watch even if not participating.
This is free & open to the public, no pre-registration, but rather a first come, first served workshop open to ages 8 & up.
August 28, 2014 § 4 Comments
We are looking for new members.
If you are interested in working with a group of artists in the Spokane area,
Interested in Contemporary Art, and the directions Contemporary Art can move in the Spokane area:
We’d love to have a conversation.
Take a look at our application package.
Or come and visit us and we can fill in some details.
June 20, 2015 § Leave a comment
At Jo’s paintings, and take a little time to reflect on her paintings.
Then you can come in next week and look again!
Next week this is over.
Come and look. We would love to have a conversation about the work. Both Jo’s and the One show.
June 6, 2015 § Leave a comment
This month we have art to be touched and explored.
Jo has some books out on the table for you to look at and to explore. They are collections of images, and constructions that are a nice opening to narrative investigation.
This is something you have to touch, but enable yo to investigate a space you can’t touch. You have to wear the eye piece, and it’s best to wear the headphones. But it’s amazing.
June 3, 2015 § Leave a comment
First Friday! Our new Exhibit: Jo Questsch and Sabrina Barrios, Yang Wang, Zhenzhen Qi and Alan Chatham: Residence from Labatory
June 3, 2015 § Leave a comment
Jo Questsch: Pealing of layers
Laboratory residence: Sabrina Barrios, Yang Wang, Zhenzhen Qi and Alan Chatham
New work; A New Project;
We would like to say how thrilled we are to have Jo as one of our members. We are looking forward to the new work in the space.
We are also thrilled with the exhibit of work from the residence from Laboratory. This project has been around for short time. We have seen some of the work a couple of weeks ago, at the Laboratory space, and in the space by the Bartlett. We are delighted to have the work in the gallery. It’s going to be vary interesting.