July 2-31, 2021
First Friday Art Walk:
July 2, 5-9pm
Dick & Jane’s Spot
Main Gallery & Mezzanine:
The Writing’s on the Wall
curated by Jason Clifton
In July we feature an exciting collection of works by street and graffiti artists from up and down the West Coast. This exhibition curated by Jason Clifton brings together accomplished artists whose works range from full scale building murals to small scale city electrical box wraps. Mediums represented include wheat paste, stencils, and traditional wildstyle spray paint. The exhibiting artists will collaborate on a custom large-scale mural to be installed on Gallery One’s mezzanine for the duration of the show. With edgy content and punk rock aesthetics, the work is driven by socio-conscious imagery, blended with a taste of American gutter culture, and mixed with an appreciation for the inherent irony of it all. Exhibiting artists include A.CODD, CCStencil, CHARMSWON, DOZER, GABER, MODUMONE, TABS, and VOXX ROMANA.
Eveleth Green Gallery:
Works From Solitude
Mentally and physically demanding, Joshua thrives on the challenges that are ever present when working with clay. He works within an ever evolving catalog of forms that are designed to attractively serve food and drink. His pieces are designed to create an engaging visual landscape on the table. When his pots are at their best they appear strong but still retain a sense of softness and approachability. He sincerely hopes his work continues to get better and more true… That it is a honest reflection of himself.
Stop by the gallery in July and bid on gorgeous art from regional artists and beyond. This popular auction is an easy way to add new art to your collection at a great price. All works have been donated from private collections to benefit our programming.
Pam Simpson’s love and passion for art was inspired by her father. She grew up with the smells of paint and turpentine, while watching him paint for many hours each day. Her dad was always creating forest landscapes of beautiful fall colored trees, lakes, mountain snow scenes, and long walking trails, ultimately leading to a quite log cabin.
Most of her years growing up were in Southern California Coastal cities, where the vibrant colors of oceans surf, sunsets, and sunrises often show up in her paintings. Pam also finds so much natural beauty here in Washington, and one of her newest acrylic ink paintings, Washington’s Glory, is of her favorite place at Irene Rinehart Riverfront Park.