Allied Arts presents The Artist’s Eye, this show features bright colors, cartoons, and other forms of illustration. Artworks are by Erin Libby, Margaux Jacobs, and George Jartos. All of us at Allied Arts are deeply saddened to learn of George's passing. We so enjoyed his visits to the gallery, humorous artwork and warm friendship. George was looking forward to being part of the November exhibit at Allied Arts. We plan to have some of his work on display.
Distinct work for all tastes. The Allery is pleased to present local and regional artists in an intimate and professional space. New artists include Keith Gilyard and Chris Thompson.
Hosting the beautiful work by talented siblings Dylan and Lilly Jones.While both have definitely uniquely different styles, a common thread running through their work is an attention to detail and fascination with black line work, as well as a fascination with natural science and storytelling.
The Atomic Kitten is a new Vintage Midcentury furniture home and accessories store. Check out some fantastic Midcentruy artwork as well as a few pieces by Art of Donna Mibus who designed The Atomic Kitten logo.
Featuring La Selva - Into the Jungle We Go by Dylan Green. This collection of photos represents a perspective, these selections give the viewer a glimpse into the north east part of Peru. Beautiful, rugged, and real.
The Bellingham Modern Quilt Guild presents Lightning Quilts - a one night quilt show featuring a wonderfully eclectic selection of modern and traditional quilts from Bellingham’s newest quilt guild.
Bellingham native, Aldin Huff, presents his unique glass creations at Bellingham Music. This show features musically-inspired creations and other signature pieces. Join us for an evening of unique art and music.
Nasty Woman T-Shirt Party at The Bureau - Featuring empowering political t-shirts by Erin Boyd of Red Boots Design. Take a piece of election history home just in time for Election Day.
Artisans include Nicola Noetic, Julia Martin, David Waugh, Mark Hanson and featuring music by Laurie and Dennis as "Raveis Kole."
Featuring a combination of abstraction, realism, mixed media, scratchboard, and sculpture by Linda Coons plus abstractions by Jim Wheeler. Performances by cabaret performer, musician, and circus-minded rabble-rouser, Strangely. Tasty tidbits including Pumpkin Cheesecake from the Co-op bakery.
"Familiar Hindsight" New work by Hannah L. Rivers and Bonnie Smerdon.
Joules Martin creates landscape paintings using nontraditional objects to apply acrylic paint to canvas. Her technique of short groupings of impasto stokes has been compared to Pointillism.
The premise for this diabolically clever show is mystery and intrigue, “Elementary …My Dear Watson!” There are riddles to be solved and prizes to be awarded, runs through Nov 12.
Arrow Woodworks is a collaborative woodworking business focused on skillfully crafted fine woodworking products including jewelry, kitchen wares, and heirloom quality gifts. Handmade in Bellingham with passion and dedication.
This month's featured artist is landscape photographer, John D'Onofrio.
ReMade: Kitchen - Join us for this annual showcase of products designed and made by WWU Industrial Design students using recycled materials. Designers will be available to discuss their products. Don't miss your chance to buy a well-designed gift while supporting up-and-coming designers at the same time!
We will be hosting multiple artists throughout our lobbies.
Leave It Behind, recent images of our natural world by local photographer extraordinaire Jeff Aspnes. Will also be unveiling his new Wonders of Bellingham 2017 calendar. Come by and meet Jeff as well.
Make.Shift Gallery presents the large, narrative woodblock prints of Seattle artist and educator, Bradley Taylor. Taylor’s artist statement reveals his flair for satire and storytelling: “Labeled a fraud by many, Bradley Taylor recognizes himself as one of the world’s foremost scientific researchers. Taylor's more outlandish claims—that squirrels govern gravity for example—have garnered heavy skepticism. Yet Taylor assures the scientific community that his information is collected from carefully selected sources such as the internet, talk radio, and men's room stalls.”
Encore of Karie Jane's October show.
Come upstairs and visit working artists' studios - painting, textiles, design, video and sound in the unique architecture of our historic building. Make Pickford Art Studios a highlight of your Art Walk trek!
Kendra Norton - Bellingham artist, nature lover, wife, and mother - presents a new body of work, "The Grey Area." "From my vantage, the world is messy and perfection exists in all things. Everything is related and there are no absolutes. I live in the grey area, which for me, is the most colorful. That's what I paint."
Come for the art, stay for the wine and cocktail specials!
Fundraiser for A Sacred Passing:Death Midwifery Service will be hosting: Honoring our Dead; a tribute to Day of the Dead & an Irish Wake. Art, music, wine and cheer.
Sculpture Northwest Gallery is delighted to welcome The Sculptors' Society of British Columbia to Bellingham. In the exhibition titled Clay, Wood, Stone and Beyond, eleven artists with differing art practices, united through sculpture, will present their work. Feast your eyes on a wide range of contemporary sculpture from the bizarre to the exquisite, from the classical to interactive automata, in bronze, stone, ceramic, welded steel and other mixed media.
Art Show created by the staff at Social Fabric.
Come upstairs in the Bay Street Village building to see Kelcey Bates' beautiful ocean inspired jewelry and paintings. Other artists are Beth Roberson, Anita Thompson, Caroline Schauer and Celia Clarke. All are welcome.
Peaceful, colorful, surrealistic, and free, Francia’s art draws from her Mexican cultural heritage, life experiences and the pain and suffering this world sometimes puts all of humanity through. Come see a little of what she sees.
New glass, fused glass classes, and local art. Always something new, always something fun, and always something exciting.