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Eric Eschenbach is showing 19 new paintings at Museo Gallery, Langley on Whidbey Island
William G. Hook’s works have been the subject of an exhibition at MITHUN THRESHOLD GALLERY, beginning February 28, and ending April 9. Hours M-F 8AM-5PM.
MITHUN THRESHOLD GALLERY, Pier 56, 1201 Alaska Way #200, Seattle WA
Recent paintings by Portland OR based artist Bill Sharp have been added to the Artist Portfolio section of the Northwest Figurative Artists’ Alliance website. Bill Sharp was born in Philadelphia, raised in Delaware, and spent some time in New York before moving to Portland. His arresting colors and angular compositions depict primarily Portland subjects.
Eric Eschenbach will be having an open studio and sale Saturday, December 15, 2012. Hours are from 12:00 – 6:00. There will be a wide selection of encaustic, oils, watercolors and acrylics, including landscapes, figures and abstracts.
Maison Jaune Studio (West Seattle)
7324 30th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98126
These are photographs taken at a recent “vernissage” for the works of Vancouver B.C. artist and Northwest Figurative Artists’ Alliance member Suzo Hickey, exhibiting at Peter Borkowicz’ studio in Vancouver. Suzo Hickey does primarily urban landscapes that have a contemporary, transcendental look. Although there are distinct art historical references in her work (Emily Carr, Van Gogh, the Group of Seven,) the imagery is wholly her own.
“Vernissage” is a term that has come to mean either a gallery preview or private showing (as opposed to an opening,) or an event where an art patron presents the works of an artist to a select group of friends. In some cases the vernissage in a private loft/studio can be a viable alternative to a gallery showing, with considerably less overhead. The exhibition of Suzo Hickey’s works was the first such vernissage staged by Mr. Borkowicz, a Vancouver B.C. fine woodworker. His after-thoughts on the event were quite positive: “I had a great time doing it… the reaction that I had right after it was over; ‘got to have one of these again’.”
Sue Perry will is represented in a group show of paintings at Sisko Gallery in Seattle. The exhibition has been organized by fans of Charles Emerson, a prominent painter in the Pacific Northwest. The exhibition will also include work by Charles as well as Caroline Clarke-Ginsberg, Frankie Chapman, Roella McCoy. A reception will be held on September 26th and 27th from 5-8 PM. Sisko Gallery is located at 3120 Elliott Avenue in Seattle. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 11 AM to 5 PM. The exhibition will be up from September 26 through October 21.
Solo show of new paintings by Keven Furiya at Georgetown Art Walk. Saturday, July 14, 6-9 pm.
Vecta Photo Studio/Gallery
5790 Airport Way S. #280, Seattle 98108
Located next door to the Georgetown Sculpture Atelier.
Entrance on NE side of Rainier Brewery Bldg (Airport Way and Homer St.
William E. Elston will have several new paintings in the exhibition “Seattle Outside” at Davidson Galleries, 313 Occidental Ave S, Seattle WA 98104. Opening reception is First Thursday, July 5, 6-8 PM. The exhibition will continue until July 28.
o/c, 15.2cm x 15.2cm
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