April 6 – 29
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 6, 6 – 8 p.m.
Artist Talk: Saturday, April 15, 1 p.m.
Charles Emerson embraces color and process as the foundation of his paintings, which range from atmospheric compositions reminiscent of landscapes to non-representational color fields. Strongly engaged with color, texture, and movement, Emerson uses the emotional energy of a personal encounter, place, or philosophical question as a point of origin for his work. The results are experiential rather than referential – their dynamism lends to optical shifts with changing light and environments.
Wandering Down the Road
May 4 – 27
Emily Wood presents Wandering Down the Road, an exhibition featuring vibrant paintings of the West’s diverse terrain, strikingly rendered in oil. Over two decades, Wood has painted wild and rural areas of Washington, Montana, and Idaho. Her paintings shift with the transformative effects of season and light.
Birds and Wanderings
March 2 – April 1
Kent Lovelace presents a new body of oil paintings on copper with imagery central to his artistic identity: local landscapes, European vistas, and bird species native to the region. Lovelace wields the luminosity of the copper to produce radiant light in these atmospheric compositions.