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Thomas Wood – Publication

Seattle art critic Matthew Kangas reviewed Northwest Landscape Paintings and Early Prints by Thomas Wood, publishing an editorial in Preview magazine.

Read Matthew Kangas’ complete review of the show here.

Becoming a Collector – Collecting

Explore Sarra Scherb’s editorial series entitled Art Galleries: Etiquette for the Curious and Daunted within Vanguard Seattle for an inside perspective of art galleries and their purposes.

Read the third installment – Becoming a Collector – providing a guide on how to begin collecting art here.

Introduction to Art Galleries – Collecting

Explore Sarra Scherb’s editorial series entitled Art Galleries: Etiquette for the Curious and Daunted within Vanguard Seattle for an inside perspective of art galleries and their purposes.

Read the first installment – Getting in the Door – providing a general introduction to art galleries here.

Ed Kamuda – Publication

Crosscut has included Messengers from the North by Ed Kamuda in their list of 8 Things to do in Seattle.

Read the full list as well as Michael Upchurch’s complete description of the show here.

Charles Emerson – Museum Exhibition

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.

The show will be on view at the George Fox Univeristy’s Minthorne Gallery in Newber, Oregon from November 6 – December 5.

Making Our Mark – Museum Exhibition

In celebration of the Pratt Fine Art Center’s longstanding commitment to arts education, the Bellevue Arts Museum’s Making Our Mark: Art by Pratt Teaching Artists 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.

The exhibition will be on view at the Bellevue Art Museum November 10 – April 18.

For more information about the exhibition click here.

Peter de Lory – Museum Exhibition

Artwork by Peter De Lory will be exhibited at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art in Friday Harbor alongside printmaker and sculptor Jean Behnke and sculptor Michael Peterson as part of Dialogues of the Forest: From Rocky Outcroppings series. The exhibition examines the artists’ own relationship to the natural enviornment of the Pacific Northwest. The exhibition will be on view at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art in Friday Harbor, Washington from September 16 through November 6, 2017.

For more information visit the museum’s website 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, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.

Kent Lovelace – Workshop

Gallery artist Kent Lovelace teaches his signature technique of creating oil paintings on copper during a week-long workshop hosted by Gage Academy of Art. Lovelace will discuss and demonstrate his methods for applying transparent layers of colored oil paint onto specially prepared copper plates.

The workshop begins March 27 and concludes on March 31, 2017. Registration information and workshop details can be found on the Gage Academy of Art’s website here.

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Kim Osgood – Museum Acquisitions

The Portland Art Museum in Portland, Oregon has added a work by Kim Osgood to their Northwest Art Collection. The collection honors the region’s artistic history and tradition with works dating from the 19th century to present day.

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, Oregon has also acquired a piece from the artist for its permanent collection. The museum is part of the University of Oregon, and hold works by of national and international artists which are displayed in rotating exhibitions.