June 21, 2017 § Leave a comment
Meliane Lieb Taylor‘s installation: Echo
continues this week.
We are thrill by the weather this week. And welcome you to come by the gallery this week to look at Melanie Lieb Taylor‘s installation. She has put together a collection of images and objects to reflect on the Holocaust. Melanie has put a human twist to help engage you in thinking about the 30’s and 40’s in Germany. We have a collection of teath she has moodeled and covered some of the surfaces with gold leaf.
This is an illustration from a children’s book. It’s a cautionary story that the worst thing you could become is a Jew. It draws a link between Jews and fungus, growing off a host.
Thursday: Yaro Shon Neils is in the gallery from two to six.
Friday: Lisa Nappa is in the Gallery from Noon to four, then Melanie sits from four to eight.
Saturday: Roger Ralston sits from noon to four.
There are also fascinating figure forms made with flowers in the small gallery.
Come by and take a look!
April 22, 2017 § Leave a comment
Come celebrate Earth Day with ceramics investigating water
Come in from and expand your Earth Day celebration with a visit to see our ceramic exhibition on water.
Five artists from around the country investigate how water feels, looks, and affects us.
We have a number of pieces that suggest water’s place in our lives and or experience. The show is a fascinating investigation, and beautifully intricate.
We are open today until eight. A perfect place to visit after visiting the Earth Day events in the park!
Come in and take a look.
December 30, 2016 § Leave a comment
Last two days for Ellen Picken’s Friends Saturday is the last day, and then the plants that have not found a new home, are out in the cold.
Come and see how many of the plants have made it.
Who needs more care than was able to be delivered.
Melanie Lieb’s Fuzzy Hot Dogs are still in the space as well as many other objects from the Small Works Sale.
Other pieces from the Camp Glasses, Prints by Margo Casstevens, and jewelry by Kurt Madison remains in the gallery.
We are open Friday from 12 to 4.
Saturday: 12 to 4 also.
June 9, 2016 § Leave a comment
Jo K. Quetsch and Mariah Boyle exhibiting in our space
Silver Linings: Jo K. Quetsch
Mixed media paintings of optimism and decisions toward good and bad new paths- looking for a silver lining. Her art journals will show development of process, content and colors.
Unchartered Territory: Mariah Boyle
A series of large-scale, mixed media drawings on paper, loosely based in NW landscape, ecology and transitions across new terrain.
We are open this week:
Thursday: Dan McCann sits from 2 to 6.
Friday: Katie Creyts sits from noon to four, then
Bradd Skubinna sits from four to eight.
Saturday: Lisa Nappa sits from noon to four, then
Louise Kodis sits from four to eight.
May 28, 2016 § Leave a comment
We are having a closing reception tonight from 6-8.
YELP! is helping to put this on, and Jenny Hyde, Juventino Aranda, Lisa Nappa, and Rachel Smith are all going to be there.
We are excited, and if you have questions as you have been coming by this month, tonight is a time to ask and clear up those questions.
Come on by!
May 19, 2016 § Leave a comment
Our exhibit of Rachel Smith, Juventino Aranda, Lisa Nappa, and Jenny Hyde continues this week.
The theme of lines and movement investigated by these four artists has made our space an interesting place to think about what lines imply and how they are used daily.
This week we are open.
Louise Kodis is in the space Thursday from 2 to 6pm.
Katie Creyts sits the gallery Friday from noon to 4, followed by
Aryn Fields from 4 to 8pm.
Saturday, Kurt Madison and Margo Cassteven sit the gallery from Noon to 8pm.
May 6, 2016 § Leave a comment
Border Lines opens Tonight
We have a reception this evening from 5-9.
Come and see the new pieces by Lisa and Jenny.
They have asked Rachel and Juventino to bring works up from Walla Walla.
This exhibition explores the fragility within the concepts we fabricate to construct our realities. Juventino Aranda’s sculptures and drawings substantiate the fickleness of social and political divisions. Rachel Smith’s works on paper remind us how memories provide a questionable framework of experiences. Lisa Nappa’s works in clay and photo collage evoke the subtleties of perception. Jenny Hyde’s prints question the lines between physical and digital reality. Though varied in media, the artists employ meticulousness to their process, the work shares attention to detail and obsessive execution of one’s craft.