December 7 – 30
Richard Morhous returns to acrylic paintings of landscapes and urban life, employing colorful, deep and contrasted hues in works that, despite standing on their own, resonate with other works in the exhibition, almost like musical pairings.
The Artist’s View
January 4 – 28
The Artist’s View features works spanning across the late artist’s career, revealing his distinctive vision of his adopted region. Cole’s landscapes – forests, coastal waters, lakes, rivers and sweeping mountain vistas – convey the majesty of the Pacific Northwest through a varied, sometimes moody palette and bold forms that evince the artist’s affection and awareness of his subjects. Selected works will be paired with commentary from other gallery artists elaborating on their favorite pieces, providing insight into shared approaches and artistic sensibilities.
Inside and Out
November 2 – December 2
Seattle-based painter Lois Silver exhibits vivid oil paintings with arresting visuals
portraying interior and exterior scenes with the vibrancy and personality
characteristic of her oeuvre.