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Exhibitions

Current Exhibition

Richard Morhous

The Color of Light

March 7 – 30

Ever-inventive and experimental, Seattle artist Richard Morhous will be exhibiting a new collection of paintings within The Color of Light dominated by active line work informed by the process of drawing. A testament to the power of color and his ability to render dynamic light, the artist’s newest works are explorations of urban spaces and geometric forms which balance on the cusp of abstraction and minimalism.

Upcoming Exhibition

Christine Sharp

Wander

April 4 – 27

In Wander, Seattle-area artist Christine Sharp shows recent oil paintings that meld abstraction with representation of the landscape. Her vivid paintings interpret the topography of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Through use of bold color and pattern she translates her scenes. Fragmented forms are arranged into harmonious compositions, where unconventional shapes and colors that interlock to ultimately define the scene.

 

Previous Exhibition

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John Lysak & Kent Lovelace

Natural Dialogue

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.

Thomas Wood

Northwest Landscape Paintings and Early Prints

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.