August 3 – September 2
Thirteen gallery and guest artists manifest diverse styles and approaches with a wide range of mediums including pastel, drawing, etching, collage, painting, mixed media, paper cut, and cyanotype. Participating artists include Terry Furchgott, Richard Hutter, Tessa Hulls, Lourdes Jackson, Karen Kosoglad, John Lysak, Tony Peters. Morgan Rosskopf, David W Simpson, Qin Tan, Wendy Thon, Kimberly Trowbridge, and Thomas Wood.
Cabin and a Dream
September 7 – 30
Turning simple forms into meaningful and enigmatic landscapes, Ed Kamuda’s new work continues the internally symbolic and reverential nature of his previous paintings, while continuing to explore and translate the quasi-spiritual experience of the Pacific Northwest landscape.
July 6 – 29
Seattle-area painter Christine Sharp melds abstraction with representation of the landscape in vivid oil paintings that interpret the topography of the Northwest. Sharp translates scenes with bold color and pattern. The effects are fragmented forms arranged into harmonious compositions resembling the land.