Patrick Stanton, putt putt hole in progress

Gallery One’s exhibits open on the first Friday of most months in conjunction with the Ellensburg Art Walk.
Click here for a full walking tour and map.

May 5-27, 2017

Opening Reception: May 5, 5-8pm

Exhibit Sponsors:
Kittitas Valley Healthcare

Main Gallery & Mezzanine:

Ball in Play: An Unconventional Putt Putt Experience

Featuring artist-designed putt putt holes by:
Natalie Dotzauer, Samantha and Jeff Fisher, John Graf, Brian Kooser, Scott Mayberry, PUNCH Projects, Buzz Ras, Patrick Stanton, and Merrily Tompkins

Play a round of putt putt at Gallery One during the month of May. Artists have designed unique and fun holes for your enjoyment including a lego dragon, a dilapidated shanty, a living room, and many more surprises. Don’t miss this unique and interactive show.

Eveleth Green Gallery:

Community School of the Arts Annual Exhibition

In sync with Washington State’s Arts Education Month Gallery One will also be showcasing the work of their Art After School and community programs. Join us for our annual show that allows our young students to shine. Each year we celebrate youth arts with a show dedicated to works created in our Art After School program. The Eveleth Green Gallery will be filled with fabulous paintings, sculpture and mixed media works. Help us support our young artists. Get three stamps on your Kids’ Art Walk stamp sheet during the Month of May and you’ll get a free ice cream cone at Winegars. Check at these participating locations for more information, or to get your stamps: 420 Loft Art Gallery , Catalyst, Clymer Museum, Cornerstone Pie, D & M Coffee, Edward Jones, Ellensburg Public Library, Evolve Jewelry, Fire & Smoke, Gallery One, Gard Vintner, Grapes & Crepes, Iron Horse Brewery, Kittitas County Historical Museum, The Porch, Sageland Properties, Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Steward & Williams
Tribute Center, Youth Services of Kitties County, Western Art Gallery/Goodey

Hallway Gallery:

CWU Student Art Club
Pulse Student Magazine

View a slideshow put together by PULSE. On view this month at Gallery One.