Tuesday, April 5, 2011

1st Thursday, April 2011

Studio Chairs 2, 2010 by Eric Elliott
Oil on canvas, 52" x 42" (image via JHG)

James Harris Gallery will be showing Residual Forms by Eric Elliott and Boys by Akio Takamori.

SOIL presents their 2nd annual invitational DUG where members each pick an artist for a group show. Artists include Jaimie Healy, Robert Yoder, Shaw Osha, Steven Miller and many more. Chris Buening presents Wasted Time in the Backspace.

Path with Art will be having their Spring Exhibit in the TK Community Room. These are great - don't miss!

Gallery4Culture will be showing tomb, new work by no touching ground, nko, and dan hawkins.

Flatcolor Gallery will be showing Diamond Minds by Jeff "Weirdo" Jacobson, along with Rusty Rails by Joey Nix in the loft.

Juan Alonso opens up his studio to celebrate his birthday with his annual fundraiser, benefiting Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest this year.

Catherine Person Gallery will be showing the work of Rumi Koshino, Maura Donegan, David Hytone
in the group exhibit, Presence.

MONKEY (Map), 2010 by Joe Biel (image via GKG)
Watercolor and latex on panel, 12 x 9 inches

Greg Kucera Gallery will be showing New Work by Joe Biel and Kingdom by Darren Waterston.

Cable Griffith will be showing Drawings and Paintings at OK Hotel.

The Topstache Project continues their philanthropic party at the Piranha Shop (formerly Ouch My Eye). Live painting by Narboo and Starhead Boy.

PUNCH Gallery will be showing embroidery by Ries Niem in That's Not How I Remember It. Ries also made a large sculpture out of blue tarps where he'll be available for conversations during opening weekend.

xom fine woodworking/Cassie Hibbert Design! will be showing pendant lamps and fine woodworking. They'll also be hosting the reception for the 2011 Spring Storefront Artists and at 6pm Vincent Kitch, the new director of the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, will say a few words. The hosted reception is open to the public but please rsvp here.

Marie Gagnon has been busy these past 4 weeks and will be opening up her studio to show her recent explorations and ideas.

I love Jennifer Beedon Snow's paintings of lawns and pools - this will be her 6th show with Linda Hodges Gallery. Also showing, Patrick LoCicero.

Ohio Pool, 2011 by Jennifer Beedon Snow
Oil on Panel, 12" x 16" (image via LHG)

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