Debra Goldman's Weaving the Invisible is a body of work consisting of five 20”x 24” photographic prints that have been manipulated with silk, inks and silver pigment or leaf. Music by DJ Tru-ah. Snacks provided. Veritas Massage will be offering free massage. Doors open at 7pm, due to class time ending at that time.
Proudly presenting works by local artist Claudia Bernal, Illustrator & Creator at Claudia Art Studio. Her works represent wildlife scenes from a dream world where all animals are free and at peace.
Join us in December! We have gift certificates and affordable art for all your giving needs. Jewelry, ceramics, and small works! New artists include Katherine Erickson, Skylar Fleming and more!
4th Annual Art on Tap Holiday Event - Featuring the works of over 25 artists including sculpture, paintings, photography, woodwork, ceramics, holiday portraits, holiday goods, live music, live performances, and other festivities.
Allied Arts of Whatcom County’s 2016 Gallery Series continues with Love of Land, this show features beautiful landscapes and the objects within them. Love of Land features art by Joanne Plucy, Lori Hill, Ginny Baker, and various metal artists from the Bellingham area.
Children of the Setting Sun - Exhibit Photographs from Lummi Photographer Beau Garreau and Artwork from Lummi artist Glen Parker.
The Atomic Kitten specializes in vintage restored vintage Danish, American, European and Asian Midcentury modern furniture, focusing on functional pieces such as refinished rosewood, walnut and teak credenzas, dining tables, wall units, desks ,coffee tables, as well as reupholstered sleek contemporary and funky sofas and chairs. The Atomic Kitten also sells lighting, clocks, glass and barware, art and accessories and a variety of items that blend well with MCM style, Hollywood Regency, Lucite, Glam, Oriental, Atomic, Retro, Jetson, Mad Men ,Industrial furniture that is high style. There is also a variety of "cat" related items for all cat lovers! Come Live Midcentury Modern at The Atomic Kitten!
Featuring abstract and landscape photography by Felicia Andreotta, displayed throughout the store.
Featuring local artist, Melissa Broersma.
"Legends of the Sky" by Linda Jane Schmid - Acrylic paintings of nests, leaves, birds in flight, mythic figures in swirls of stars and wind-blown skies. Also, colourful "musical instrument" sculptures.
Here at Boundary Bay Brewery we are lucky to employ a staff with a wide range of artistic abilities. Our December show focuses on employees who have submitted their artwork for display in a unique array of mediums.
Featuring Jessica Swindoll: “As my portfolio develops, I'd like to create several pieces of political and social commentary that will recognize demographics usually silenced in the realm of visual art. My work is here to yield a response. I want people to look at it and find empathy through conversations with other viewers that pull our experiences together. Art is essential for creating social change because it speaks to people individually yet exists in accessible spaces. It facilitates permanent change--from within. Ultimately, my work is for all of us.”
Sarah Goodin will serenade the last Art Walk at The Bureau. While the shop is closing, the historic walking tours live on and in celebration of the Holiday's Buy a Gift Certificate for 2 to any downtown tour for 2017 and receive $5 off.
Featuring artist Kellie Becker - “In my paintings, I don’t set out to produce art about one subject or another. With no formal training, my influences are first and foremost everything I see, feel, and experience. Different mediums allow me to express different ideas. My work is included in private collections throughout the United States.” Music by Orb Trio - Urban Funkenjazz for the Modern World. Adrian Clarke on guitar, Roger Yamashita on bass, and Joel Litwin on drums. Tasty tidbits and sips throughout the store including Gingerbread Cloud Cake from the Co-op bakery.
6 x 6 Dakota Gallery's annual fundraiser exhibition showcases works made by the community of Bellingham, all completed on a 6 x 6 inch surface. All artwork is priced at $25. A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Allied Arts Education Project.
The Partnership is hosting a Bellingham Flag Pop-Up Shop. This is a great opportunity to get your own flag swag and meet the people behind your favorite Bellingham Events!
Thru December: If you missed our Splendid Sunsets exhibit at the Allied Arts Gallery, catch a smaller version of it featuring work from Pam Heward, David Eisenhower, Jeanne McGee and Heidi Wood.
PAPO Retrospective, celebrating 11 years of PAPO. A show that has brought public awareness and appreciation of plein air painting to Whatcom county.
Mountainmind artist Erica Kutz is showing a series of watercolor illustrations and multimedia works, inspired by the connection between people and nature. Mountainmind is a holistic identity for art and design.
Join us at Garcia Jewelers for amazing artistic displays from local Blown Glass artists Steve Hitt and Cameron Towers, beautiful Oil Paintings from Pat and Bill Brown, and exquisite Wine Barrel sculptures from David Acker. Holiday refreshments will be provided.
This month's featured artist is watercolor painter, Nikki Frumkin.
This December Honey Salon presents The Flood, a collaborative art showcase featuring new work from Bellingham artists Jess Flegel and Michelle Schutte on reflections and predictions of disaster and home. Each artist takes a turn at interpreting and reflecting similar Bellingham landmarks, as well as some personal locations dear to each artist, on canvas and quilt. With each piece, Flegel and Schutte seek to find semblance and order in a world seemingly immersed in water and flooded emotion. Flood themed cocktails, artist meet and greet, and corresponding flood-themed ambiance will accompany the showcase opening December 2nd from 6-10PM.
Join us for our annual holiday open house. Enjoy refreshments, good cheer, and a fully decked-out shop!
Featuring work by Taylor Rae's "A fine place" collection specializing in graphic style acrylic cityscapes. Highlighting the seemingly background of our lives and finding the attachment we share with our surroundings.
Featuring engravings on stone by Richard Bulman, paintings by Heidi V. Wood, and "scapes" by Lorraine Day.
"Wreaths With Aretha!” our annual "the wreath as an art form" featuring a dozen local crafters. Also, artist, author Janet Bergstrom releasing her new illustrated book, "Three Passions: Art, Adventure, Words!"
For the Past 5 years Make.Shift Art Space (306 Flora Bellingham, WA) has hosted the only DIY craft Bazaar in the subdued city. Need a Bellingham Flag for the perfect stocking stuffer? How about some independently published comic books? Or perhaps you need a beautiful photo or painting by one of the dozens of artists who work in Make.Shift? Local vendors new and old will come set up show in the gallery and venue space, and many of our tenants will open their studios to share their wares. Please come Friday evening and Saturday afternoon to shop and meet some talented local makers!
The Max Higbee Center provides recreational programs to people with developmental disabilities. All art is made by our members. come find some great handmade gifts for your family and friends!
Bethany Drake - Our first featured artist in the brand new gallery is WWU student Bethany Drake, showcasing her love of PNW landscapes.
Ormolulu (inside Bay Street Village at 301 W. Holly) will be joining the festivities for Art Walk until 8:30 PM. If you haven’t shopped this amazing vintage store, be prepared for an awesome array of treasures for your holiday shopping!!!
Spectacular Northwest Nature Photography! Rich color and breathtaking moments, floating off the wall on high-gloss Metal Prints. Tonight, Peter James is unveiling his 2016 collection with live music and refreshments!
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!
The Racket presents recent works by Jess Bonin and Kelly Sorbel. Bonin's explorations of memory, ephemera, and symbolism are juxtaposed with Sorbel's experiment in repetition - creating permutations of the same painting for 30 consecutive days.
HOME COMING- New work by Rebecca Ogden, Andrea Tjoelker, and Michelle Schutte. Photography, paintings, and collage on the theme of home, memory, and belonging.
Sculpture Northwest Gallery is delighted to welcome The Sculptors' Society of British Columbia to Bellingham, October 7th to December 17th, 2016. 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.
It’s our One Year Anniversary! We'll be serving up champagne and cake while featuring the working of amazing local artist, Cynthia Stentz.
Pacific Northwest fine art prints and modern photo gifts by Jennifer Morrow. Fog, trees and water landscapes printed on a 5x5 matte finish paper. Copper Photo Stand + Photo Print. Clipboard + Photo Print Set.
Be inspired by the ocean. Visit us upstairs in the Bay Street Village Building. In U-7 Kelcey Bates' jewelry and paintings will take you to the water. In U-9 Jess Levine's Kelp Forest Installation will take you under the water. Come and see.
Ray Sebren is a Washington born and raised artist, specializing in acrylic paintings. Raiden Tolentino is a painter, graphic designer, photographer, and musician.
Gallowglass will be entertaining with contemporary and traditional Irish and folk music. Music starts at 6pm, and there is no cover. We are so excited to have these folks join us, we hope you will too.
Come and enjoy local art in a working glass studio. Always something new and fun.
Artists will fling open their studio doors in celebration of the oncoming Winter Season. Enter in and enjoy the varied ways creativity manifests itself through the hands of these uniquely talented artists. Acoustic guitar and violin music for evening will be provided by Elizabeth Elton and Jean Rogers.
Western City Center welcomes our local alums and community members to stop by our office during the Downtown Bellingham Art Walk. Check out our space, enjoy some goodies and beverages and enjoy the art on display from Western students, alumni and community members.
Visit the WM's Lightcatcher Building (250 Flora St) to see two, powerful, traveling photograph exhibitions: Susan Middleton's Spineless: Portraits of Marine Invertebrates and National Geographic's 50 Greatest Photographs.