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Richard Morhous – Publication

Richard Morhous’ “Duets” was reviewed this month by Matthew Kangas in Visual Art Source, where he describes the work as “hovering abstractions of light and color.”

Read the full review here.

Charles Emerson – About Beauty

About Beauty at the George Fox University’s Minthorne Gallery, Newberg, OR
November 6 – December 5

Harris Harvey Gallery’s Charles Emerson will be featured in About Beauty, an exhibition at the George Fox University’s Minthorne Gallery curated by Luke Zimmerman and Seth Tichenor.

Making Our Mark – Museum Exhibition

Making Our Mark: Art by Pratt Teaching Artists at the Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, WA
November 10 – April 18


In celebration of the Pratt Fine Art Center’s longstanding commitment to arts education, the Bellevue Arts Museum’s Making Our Mark will exhibit work by many of Pratt’s finest instructors, including  Harris Harvey Gallery’s John Lysak and David W Simpson, as well as the gallery’s previous assistant (2015-2017), Sofya Belinskaya. Click here for more information on the exhibition.

Harris Harvey Gallery Artists on View at the Skagit County Historical Museum

Work by Joel BrockJohn ColeEd Kamuda and Thomas Wood will be on view at the Skagit County Historical Museum from October 28, 2017 – February 4, 2018. The exhibition, In the Valley of Mystic Light “explores the unique and diverse history of artists [and writers] who found their inspiration in Skagit Valley and how a small community became a place that fostered art and creativity.”

Learn more about the exhibition here.

Lois Silver on view at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Lois Silver’s work will be a featured at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, as part of a month-long jazz-inspired art exhibition in conjunction with the Within/Earshot Jazz Festival, on view through October 28.

Read more about the festival, including a calendar of events here.

Ed Kamuda Cabin and a Dream – Publication

Michael Upchurch selected Ed Kamuda’s “Cabin and a Dream” as part of the Seattle Times September “Gallery Highlights”. In Kamuda’s work, Upchurch sees “a fanciful shorthand at work that calls to mind the work of Arthur Dove and Paul Klee.”

Read the full review here.


Peter de Lory – Museum Exhibition

Dialogues of the Forest: From Rocky Outcroppings at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art, Friday Harbor, Washington
September 16 – November 6, 2017

Peter de Lory’s artwork will be exhibited at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art in Friday Harbor alongside printmaker/sculptor Jean Behnke and sculptor Michael Peterson as part of the museum’s ongoing “Dialogues of the Forest” series. This museum exhibition examines the artists’ own relationship to the natural environment of the Pacific Northwest. For more information, visit the San Juan Islands Museum of Art website.

Kathryn Altus and David W Simpson – Publication

Michael Upchurch reviewed David W Simpson‘s ‘The West: A Fragment,’ and Kathryn Altus‘ “New Paintings’ for the Seattle Times. Upchurch writes, “these two contrasting exhibits at Harris/Harvey Gallery show that landscape artistry can stretch to something well beyond the pictorial.”

Read the full review here.

Kent Lovelace – In Memoriam

It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Harris Harvey Gallery artist Kent Lovelace has passed away. Kent Lovelace painted remarkable, luminous works with oil on copper, reviving a technique dating back to the Renaissance Era. He was a master lithographer, a pioneer in the Seattle gallery scene, a father, grandfather and friend. A tribute to Kent’s life and achievements can be found here.

Charles Emerson – Artist Talk

Charles Emerson will be giving an artist talk about his new body of richly hued abstract paintings featured in ‘Color Meditations.’ Emerson embraces color and process as the foundation of his artworks, which range from atmospheric compositions reminiscent of landscapes to non-representational color fields. Join us for this event in conjunction with Emerson’s first exhibition at Harris Harvey Gallery on Saturday, April 15, 1:00 p.m.