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.
October 14, 2016 § Leave a comment
Bradd Skubinna and Megan Atwood Cherry in the Gallery
Megan has asked her sister and her mother to join her in an investigation of materials, relationships, and place.
Bradd Skubinna has brought in a delightful collection of gouache paintings and an amazing collection of items.
His collection makes a wonderful comment on the beauty of the common, and looking at our daily lives.
August 12, 2016 § Leave a comment
Jeff Huston invited an artist: Mimi Solum. It’s an amazing collection of works in the space, filing the large wall and there are pieces, the lids, on walls flanking the back wall.
These are fascinating drawings, and we are looking at the delightful multiplicity of the forms. The wall is great!
It just won’t go to bed!
The drawings follow in Kolbo’s style, documenting their research in issues of surveillance and drone work.
They had a periscope project they did last weekend. We watched.
It’s an election season so we are sure how we feel.
Come and see what they are doing. The work is better than what we have been seeing in Seattle!
It’s funny and interesting.
July 28, 2016 § Leave a comment
We have the last week for Margo and Aryn’s show.
This week, the last time to see all this work in one place, and at your leisure, we are open for you to come by and visit.
Thursday: Kurt Madison and Margo Casstevens sit from 2–6 pm.
Friday: Ellen Picken sits from noon to four, and
Mariah Boyle sits from four to eight.
Saturday: Mariah sits again from noon to four.
Come and see the work.
July 2, 2016 § Leave a comment
Open Today: Margo Casstevens and Aryn Fields
We are open today from noon to eight.
We have new work in the space, by Margo Casstevens and Aryn Fields.
Margo has a stop motion animation with a long audio loop. They are a development of what Margo had shown last time, but now she has a figure moving through space. Margo’s figure is walking slowly. And she has chosen to project the image on a set of her cast paper segments.
Aryn has a set of figures she has built in clay. Aryn has added elements to help the viewer to engage in constructing a narrative. Aryn has also linked her figures with drawings to explore what the figure might include.
We are open today from Noon to Eight.
Lisa Nappa is in the gallery from noon to four, and then
Roger Ralston sits from Four to Eight.