December 6 – January 19
Harris Harvey Gallery is pleased to present Northwest Landscape Paintings and Early Prints, which brings together two spheres of Thomas Wood’s artistic production. Recent oil paintings of the Washington landscape are exhibited alongside a collection of prints from early in his artistic career. Intaglio printmaking and oil painting are pursuits that he maintains simultaneously, balancing the meticulous detail of copper plate etching with the looser touch of his painterly oils.
John Lysak & Kent Lovelace
January 24 – March 2
Harris Harvey Gallery presents Natural Dialogue, a dual artist exhibition celebrating the works of Northwest artists John Lysak and Kent Lovelace (1953-2017). Exploring the natural world through the media of printmaking and painting, the artists maintained a symbiotic relationship throughout their professional careers as both colleagues and friends.
November 1 – December 1
Sky, Field, and Shore showcases Emily Wood’s vibrant “colorist” landscape paintings of Eastern and Western Washington, Oregon’s coast line, as well as Montana’s vast terrain. Strikingly rendered in oil, these new works highlight the diverse topography of the West and the scenic variation within the region. From the thick forest groves of the Pacific Northwest and the sun-bleached hills of the Palouse, to the expansive skies of Idaho and Montana, Wood distinctly captures nature through a transformative compositional approach.