Allied Arts Annual Member’s Show featuring work from nearly 100 Allied Arts members, including professional artists, students, and new or emerging artists. Works presented will range from traditional paintings to photography to contemporary sculptures and everything in between.
Mike is the perfect blend of artist, technician, journalist, comedian and workhorse. In this way his images are at times beautiful, haunting, informative, poignant, personal, and hilarious. Mike is an artist living his subject matter, quickly understanding the meaning of a situation and exactly where the magic moment is going to happen and what he has to do to capture it. He's a machine, he's a guru, he's a friend, he's a snowboarder. Mike Yoshida, is a champion.
The portraiture, event, and landscape photography of Bellingham, Washington based photographer and retoucher Patrick Beggan.
History: The Texture of Industry by Marie Duckworth.
There are three new and exciting artists up at Casa Que Pasa through January! Alex Hennig's paintings of old school video game characters, Aaron Perkin's silly and light-hearted caricatures, and Darbie Richard's dark and cryptic paintings and drawings. Come stop by during Art Walk!
Join us as we celebrate our 3rd birthday and Culture Café’s official Grand Opening! The restaurant will open at 11am, enjoy our Happy Hour from 4-6pm and full dinner menu. Bite into delicious, healthy meals such as our Citrus-Herb Chicken, Candied Beet Salad or Kombucha Town Poke with Ahi Tuna. Our menu will fit every Bellinghamster's style. Sip on specialty cocktails mixed with Kombucha, pitchers of local beer, and rich wines. Dance to live, local music in the evening and enjoy the work of local artists. All ages welcome till 10pm! Grab your friends and join the party this Friday!
Photography by David Valdez.
“Poptics” our new word to describe the fusion of color, line, optical illusion, and geometry that renowned Bellingham artist Rob Gischer has meshed into each one of a collection of amazing acrylic paintings. Join us Friday for an artist reception from 6-9pm.
Annnnnd we're back! After successfully planting Social Fabric in 1302 Commercial St. we've moved into another vacancy – help us bring it to life on the first Art Walk of 2016! We'll be showcasing local art, our beloved Hatchlings, community speakers, and libations. Come by and be a part of the change in our city. We will be hosting art from Brad Lockhart of Lariat Creative. See you there! 221 Prospect St, 6:30-9PM
The next exhibit Make.Shift's award winning gallery will feature is Between the Lines. Make.Shift's gallery committee invited artists to submit new works of art incorporating books in any form. This exhibit was inspired by and in partner with the Whatcom Museum's exhibit, Unhinged: Book Art on the Cutting Edge. Local artists for this exhibit include Christen Mattix, Cale Burr, Casey Miller, Wayne Stoner, Kristin Siemion, Denise Snyder, Rachel Ivancic, Coral Black, Jeff Lefferts, Amy Armitage, Karl Severin, Nicole Denning, Anita K. Boyle, James Mey and Steeb Russell.
dis·so·nance - New collection of works by local acrylic & latex paint artist, Melissa Broersma.
Come upstairs and tour our historic building: 13 art studios and 18 working artist tenants in a wide range of pursuits.
The Racket Bar and Pinball Lounge is proud to welcome a collection of fabric works from local artist Jess Flegel. Large-scale, handmade, one-of-a kind quilts have been Flegel's medium for over 10 years. Her designs, from the familiar to wildly abstract, take on extra depth and texture when portrayed in cloth and stitching, and viewers often feel a deep intimacy when presented with these archetypal objects of warmth and comfort. The Racket serves a full menu until 11pm, and offers 14 taps, creative cocktails, and a full floor of pinball machines.
Photography by Evan Whitehead.
Forging Reflection: Three artists display radically different work but with something in common despite their various approaches. Jason Brown employs traditional Northwest Coast imagery as a starting point but uses a totally different media- forged steel. His reflections are an internal communication with the viewer. Paul Rand uses wood and light in a thoroughly contemporary way that has an architectural quality and actually uses reflected light. Wayne Kangas produces exuberant pieces of collected metal scraps that glitter and seem to move: it sparkles with reflected light.
Social Fabric, a business where we can celebrate textile arts, sewing arts, and fashion and style! We have taken over the beloved Hatch location at 1302 Commercial Street. Be sure to stop by!