Gallery One’s exhibits open on the first Friday of most months in conjunction with the Ellensburg Art Walk.
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March 2-31, 2018
All that Glitters
Juried by Keith Lewis and Tariqa Waters
GALLERY ONE VISUAL ARTS CENTER announces their fourth national juried exhibition. Celebrating their 50th golden anniversary year, entries of work in any medium that exemplifies the idea of gold were accepted from across the nation and juried by Keith Lewis and Tariqa Waters for inclusion in this month-long exhibition.
Congratulations to the award winners:
$400 – Most Innovative Artwork:
Rachel Lindsay-Snow, Tracking
$250 – Best Use of Traditional Processes:
Amelia Toelke, Hoops
$250 – Best Use of Non-traditional Processes:
Erin Elizabeth, Tit for Tat
$100 – Award of Merit
Brandy Gonzalez, Gold Tamales
$100 – Staff Pick
Rebecca Siemering, The Golden Shoes
$50 – Merit Award
Craig Roach, Dig
“We Buy GOLD… 24k magic, a mix of trash and class. This body of work shifts unapologetic opulence and redefines its’ attainability and purpose.” – Tariqa Waters
“Gold is dense and gold is malleable; which means it is always itself, but it is never quite the same. As the work in this show demonstrates, that makes it super-useful stuff. All hail element #79!” – Keith Lewis
Eveleth Green Gallery:
Do These Shoes Look Okay?
Through his work, Austin Harris explores the male’s false sense of identity, and the insecurities that arise from upbringing and surrounding members of society. Austin feels the male is viewed and thought to feel both powerful and invulnerable, while in reality our own sense of falsehood and molded identity masks our insecurities. Without asking for sympathy, he is attempting to unveil the male’s true identity, showing that in chaos we are just as vulnerable and just as weak.
CWU Student Art Club Exhibition
Works in a variety of mediums by CWU art students.