Lisa Snow Lady
Urban Landscape: New Paintings and Collages
July 5 – 28
Lisa Snow Lady explores the urban landscape of Seattle, exploring the tranquil, expansive vistas in city parks, its dense downtown neighborhoods and the distinctive residential neighborhoods in between through a lush palette of colors, a painterly approach and a keen understanding of light.
August 2 – September 1
In his first show at Harris Harvey Gallery, Seattle artist Mark Mueller exhibits glass, ceramics and mixed media works on canvas and panel. Fascinated by a childhood memory of a man-made “waterfall” encountered in New York City, the artist uses that impression to guide his explorations of positive and negative space gleaned from the chaos of the urban environment.
Linda Jo Nazarenus
June 7 – 30
Using techniques influenced by Northern European masters of the Renaissance, and influenced by Swedish and American topography, Linda Jo Nazarenus presents a new series of exceptionally detailed oil paintings that communicate her reverence and respect for nature.
May 3 – June 2
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.