The Gallery Space is accepting art submissions

Date posted: April 14, 2015
three views of the empty space showing how wall rotates

The Gallery Space is accepting art submissions for academic year 2015-16. All 2D and 3D, solo or group proposals will be accepted. The Gallery Space is pleased to accept proposals from group and/or solo fine art exhibitions each academic year.  The deadline for submission is 5 p.m. Friday June 5, 2014. Artists or groups working in any …more about The Gallery Space is accepting art submissions

Luke Blackstone Exhibition

Date posted: April 14, 2015

Join us for the public reception for Luke Blackstone on Thursday, April 30th from 4:00pm to 7:00pm at RM D271. Blackstone is a Vancouver based artist who makes kinetic sculpture for art galleries and public spaces. The exhibition will run from April, 28th to May, 22nd.

hot metal!

Date posted: June 3, 2014
foundry pour image

Wednesday, May 28, 2014 featured a foundry pour with Art faculty Ross Brown. This is always an exciting event for artists and audience alike — with whoosh and roar of the furnace, crackle of hot metal meeting plaster investments, and the whack as investments are broken open. A testament to the many steps and hours of hard work …more about hot metal!

robert maki: 1966-69 selected works

Date posted: April 16, 2014
Robert Maki Sculpture

On display in the gallery through May 21 is an exhibit by the public artist and sculptor Robert Maki. Maki received his BA from Western Washington University in 1962 and MFA from University Washington in 1966. Between 1962-69 his sculpture and drawings were exhibited nationally, and in galleries and museums in Los Angeles, San Francisco, …more about robert maki: 1966-69 selected works

pat de caro in “passing through”

Date posted: April 11, 2014
work by pat de caro

Art instructor Pat De Caro is one of the artists featured in a new exhibit at the Steele Gallery at the Gage Academy of Art. This exhibit runs from April 11-May 4 with an Artists’ Reception Friday April 11 from 6 – 8 pm. The pliable, shifting shapes of light and shadow make marks in surprising …more about pat de caro in “passing through”

grisaille paintings: david c kane

Date posted: February 5, 2014
David C Kane

Opening Wednesday February 26 is an exhibit by Seattle artist David C. Kane: “The Grisaille Paintings.” Join us from 3 – 7 pm in the gallery to meet the artist and hear him talk about this body of work. The exhibit will run through the month of March. The online resource Wikipedia defines “grisaille” as …more about grisaille paintings: david c kane

discernable goddess

Date posted: January 21, 2014
diana parthenon

Images of Women in Ancient Times Art History Faculty member Kate Casprowiak will offer an art history lecture at the Kirkland Art Center on Thursday, February 13, 2014 – 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. Goddesses, harpies, nymphs, amazons and the occasional beautiful mortal make up the majority of female characters represented in Classical Greek art.  …more about discernable goddess

patrick nagatani chromatherapy

Date posted: January 8, 2014
Patrick Nagatani poster

Opens Wednesday January 8: patrick nagatani: chromatherapy Nagatani’s Chromatherapy project embraces a topic the artist became interested in after being diagnosed with cancer some years ago. This huge series of color photographs relates to the subject of chromatherapy, or “color healing.” With roots in ancient Egypt and China, chromatherapy involves the belief that shining rays …more about patrick nagatani chromatherapy

it won’t budge

Date posted: December 13, 2013

Art Faculty Member Victor Sandblom recently had his paintings in the exhibit “WONDER” at the Simon Mace Gallery in Port Townsend, Washington. Sandblom’s artist statement is, “Wind on the water, tracks in the snow.” The series is a meditation on painting. Drawing from the spirit of great art, (European Masters, Northwest Coastal Haida, and others) …more about it won’t budge

crumbled, swallowed & transformed

Date posted: December 13, 2013

Art instructor Emily Gherard explores the idea that painting and drawing have the ability to present inanimate objects in ways that allow the viewer to empathize with them. In her paintings walls crumble, swallowed and transformed by the fog and rocks huddle together for shelter. There is a quiet conflict between the characters (walls and …more about crumbled, swallowed & transformed