Opening Reception: Thursday, October 6, 6 – 8 p.m. in our new location on 1915 First Avenue.
This exhibition features vibrant acrylic paintings by Seattle-based artist Lisa Snow Lady. Scenes of familiar streets and neighborhoods are transformed into bright architectural examinations that embrace limited palettes. The artist’s interest in architecture, born from her art historical training, guides her sensitive treatment of urban place.
November 3- 26
Established artist Richard Morhous, long known for his acrylic paintings, explores the possibilities of new technology with a series of digital paintings created with an iPad. Bold colors and forms characterize city scenes and landscapes.
Clues and Fragments
September 8 – October 1
Based in Northern California, John McCormick has been nationally lauded for his glowing, tonalist landscapes. In this new body of work, he expands beyond his usual subject matter by introducing figures diving and playing at the water’s edge, as well as the subtle geometries of brilliant blue swimming pools that counterbalance richly rendered forms.