August 12 – October 8, 2017 at the Might Tieton Warehouse in Tieton, WA
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 12 from 12 noon – 3pm
Arts at the Port Juried Exhibition
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 29, 6-9pm
The exhibition continues July 31 – August 3, from 9-5 and during Festival hours August 4-6.
Location: Port Transit Shed, at the foot of Commercial Avenue in Downtown Anacortes, overlooking Guemes Channel.
About the Juror: Pablo Schugurensky has over 30 years public and private art management experience. He is the founder of META ARTE, a consultancy that works with private collectors, philanthropists and public art collections. His background includes Director of Collections for Vulcan, Inc, Director of the Microsoft Art Collection, lead for the Washington State Arts Commission Art in Public Places program, and presenter and panelist for national and international artist selection and award programs. He currently serves as the President of the Board of Artist Trust, a non-profit organization serving individual artists in Washington State.
the eye has its reasons: photographs by Jane Alynn and M R McDonald
616 Maple Street
April 1 – 29, 2017
Opening Reception: April 1
Creative Coffee: April 12, noon to 2pm
40th National Juried Photography Exhibition
Yakima Valley College
1025 S 16th Avenue
March 9 – April 15, 2017
Opening Reception: March 9, 5 to 7pm
Might Tieton Warehouse
608 Wisconson Avenue
August 12 – October 8, 2017
Opening Reception: August 12, 12 noon
ART ACROSS THE WATER IN SIDNEY, BC
Opening & Artists Reception: Thursday, April 21st • 5-7pm
T-Th: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
F: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
226 East Main Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362
In this exhibition, eighteen women artists of the Skagit Valley have come together to celebrate the nature of the place they love. Their work reflects the bond of infinity for the land in their various methods of print.
Jules Remedios Faye
Kathryn A. Glowen
Ellen Jane Michael
Kris Ekstrand Molesworth
Ann Chadwick Reid
Twila Johnson Tate
Kristin Koffer Theiss
The 18 contributors to Skagit Women Print include printmakers and painters, as well as poets, photographers, and ceramic artists. Each artist produced an edition of 25 prints, drawing from a range of printmaking methods, including linoleum block, wood block, solar plate etching, vitreograph, mezzotint, chine collé and serigraph.
In this suite of original prints the theme reflects on how the Skagit Valley influences each artist’s work or life. This collaboration is a first-time endeavor that began in the Summer of 2013 and concluded a year later. Participating artists worked together throughout the year to explore and refine methods and processes.
The project was conceived by artists Natalie Niblack and Jules Remedios Faye, who helped facilitate skill sharing workshops and access to print facilities.
“Half-remembered Dreams,” an exhibition of black and white photographs into toned gelatin silver prints from film negatives, evoke memories and half-remembered dreams, a sense of the fragile, fleeting, ephemeral. Ambiguous, nudging toward abstraction, these lensless images tempt the imagination to see beyond the literal.
A.C.M.E. Creative Space, Anacortes, WA
Exhibit runs through the month of February
Opening reception: February 5, 2016
Skagit Women Print
“Skagit Women Print” opens at Schack Arts Center, Everett
January 7, 2016