The Line and the Figure
April 5 – 28
Opening Reception: First Thursday, April 5, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Working primarily from live models, Kosoglad’s work centers on abstracted representations of the female figure, emphasizing presence over individual identity. As the title suggests, line is a commanding presence in her work, which fluctuates between bold and fluid, delicate and weighty, in order to capture mass, movement and gesture.
May 3 – June 2
Opening Reception: First Thursday, May 3, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Osgood incorporates a new dimension to the conventional still-life in her work, integrating the changing seasons’ flora and fauna into her vibrant new monotypes and acrylic paintings. By incorporating small remnants of nature into her work the artist draws directly from the semi-urban environments referred to as edgelands.
Peter de Lory
A Silent Way
March 1 – 31
Featuring a selection of works by Seattle-based photographer Peter de Lory recently exhibited at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art, A Silent Way presents black and white photography that uncovers the distinct, rugged beauty of the San Juan Islands. The exhibition is also accompanied by works from other gallery artists depicting or inspired by island imagery.