Current and Upcoming Member Exhibitions
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Michelle Templeton, Recent Woodblock Prints
June 1st - June 30th
Mountlake Terrace Library
23300 58th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace
Kim Van Someren at SAM Rental Sales Gallery
Opening Reception Thursday May 9th, 5 - 7pm.
1220 Third Avenue, Seattle
(image) Outdoors with Castles, etching, monotype, screenprint, 22"x 18", 2013
Unframed: Five Artists
Opening Reception is this Saturday May 4th, 6 - 8pm.
May 4th - 31st
This month A Project Space presents the work-in-progress of five artists. The exhibit focuses on how ideas develop and the process of art making. Unframed brings together work by: Amanda Knowles, Barbara Robertson, Gene Gentry McMahon, Harriet Sanderson, and Ingrid Lahti. The pieces are at various stages of development for each artist.
A Project Space
1941 1st Ave S., Seattle
(1/2 block south of S.Holgate in SODO)
(image) detail: Gene Gentry McMahon
Li Turner in The OTHER Gun Show
Artist Reception and Talk Saturday, May 4th 5 - 8pm.
May 2nd - June 1st
Because gun control legislation continues to be unsuccessful, Gallery 110, a non-profit art gallery located in Seattle, is getting involved. In May, fourteen artists will join the national dialogue on gun control by putting their art to work. By using paintings, prints, and installations to stimulate conversation, the artists hope to help keep the gun control discussion in the news and in front of our legislators.
110 Third Avenue South, Seattle
Hours: Wednesday - Saturday, noon to 5pm.
(image) Li Turner, Stand-off, etching with Chine Collé, 17” x 22”.
Chris Papa at Storefronts Seattle
Through June 2013.
Chris Papa, a local printmaker and sculptor, has installed five sculptures at Second and Wall, featuring playful sewn wood sculptures conflating art, craft, and architecture. Interested in the connotations of sewing as domesticity and mending, Chris utilizes these mundane materials to link art and life and emphasize the connections between art and craft in minimalist forms.
As Chris explains, “I generate sculptural form using eccentric construction techniques such as the stitching together of wooden panels in this group of work. Simple geometric forms – boxes, a cylinder, a plane – are implied by the modular structure. My aim is to present a highly idiosyncratic sense of order full of contradictions that shifts between categories and interpretations.”
2505 Second Avenue, Seattle
1426 South Jackson Street Studios Annual Open House
Treat Your Mother to Art Sunday, May 12th, 2 - 7pm.
Once a year, 1426 S. Jackson Street Studios artists open their studios for public viewing. This is an opportunity to view and/or purchase the work of more than 25 artists — painters, sculptors, printmakers, woodworkers, video and sound artists in their studio settings.
Please join Christina Carlyle Reed at her studio to view her prints on paper, and hand-printed garlands and gift cards.
Marcia Douglas in Los Angeles Printmaking Society's and California Society of Printmaker's Exchange Exhibit
Opening Reception May 16th, 5:30 – 8:30pm.
May 16th – June 28th
Juried by Roxanne Sexauer.
LA Print Space at The Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles.
(image) Flights of Fancy, monotype with etching and chine colle, 16"H x 20"W
Suzan Fant, In: Arts & Letters a Group Show at 3231 Gallery
Artist Reception with Literary Readings, Saturday April 20th.
April 12 – June 1st
3231 Broadway, Everett
Rust Monoprints by Brian Fisher at Roby King Galleries
Opening Reception, Friday May 3rd, 6pm.
May 3rd - June 1st.
Roby King Galleries
176 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island
Gallery Hours: Tuesday thru Saturday, 10:00 - 5:30.
Read more about Brian's and Martha's show at brianfisherblog.com.
(image) Brian Fisher, Gift Horse, Rust Monoprint, 36 x 24 in.
Laura Thorne at SAM Gallery/SAM TASTE
February 13th- June 9th
1300 First Avenue, Seattle
(image) Birch Two, acrylic on wood, 36" X 30", 2012
Eva Isaksen has a paper installation in Storefronts Seattle
Sidewalk reception Thursday January 3rd, 5 - 7pm.
Through June 2013.
505 Fifth Ave S., Seattle