Join Artists 12; Kellie Becker, Linda Coons, Laurel Baldwin, Lori Hill, Joetta Egan, Lyn Jackson, Vikki Jackson, Kevin Ledford, Kelcey Bates, Jacquie Hollingsworth, Nyssa Prowell, and Elaine McRory in celebrating their Pop-up Gallery’s one-year anniversary during Art Walk from 6pm to 9pm at 1415 Cornwall Ave (the old Dakota Art building.) New artwork, lively conversations, and refreshments will guarantee a fun evening!
The Lay of the Land: The vistas of Pacific Northwest have inspired artists for generations. Join us in April for an exhibition of scenic works by some of the finest artists from our region. Their styles range from abstract to photorealism and utilize a variety of mediums including acrylics, oils, pastels, and watercolors. You are invited to attend an artist reception during Art Walk on Friday, April 1, between 6 – 9pm. The show will hang in the gallery through April 30.
The Contemporary Figure Exhibition Opening: This exhibit features multiple regional artists with a shared creative vision and exemplary technical skills in rendering the human figure in new and often unexpected ways. Sharply executed in a variety of media, a pensive mood graces these forms that clearly celebrate the body and all its complex postures with unusual perspective and whimsical palettes. Francie Allen, Viven Chiu, Mary Coss, Ellen Kennelly, Crista Matteson and John Lucas delight the eyes with their often intimate, sometimes playful, versions of the contemporary figure.
Come celebrate the Grand Opening of Wandering Oaks Fine Arts Gallery and Glass Studio. Located at 126 W. Holly, Wandering Oaks features the photography and glass work of Sheri E. Ten Eyck, paintings by Toby A. Ten Eyck, and the bronze sculptures of William Baldwin. As a working studio, you will have the opportunity to learn how kiln-formed glass is made, and even sign up for a class. Meet the artists during the April 1 Art Walk for interesting discussions and light refreshments.
Tree Connection, an exhibition of Ken Speer's visual meditations at Whatcom Land Trust. Ken borrows from Eastern philosophies, neoplasticism, and the landscapes around his home in Wickersham to paint meditative tributes to trees and the creatures that live among them. Special pricing for WLT benefit.