Reinaldo Gil Zambrano

Lisa Myers Bulmash

George Dial

Jan Dial-Jones

View a 360 virtual tour of the exhibit:
Main Floor
Mezzanine 1
Mezzanine 2
Community Gallery
Eveleth Green Gallery

Main Gallery & Mezzanine:

Reinaldo Gil Zambrano
Diablos de Nane / Devils of Nane: Inspired by the dancing devils of Corpus Christi in Venezuela

Gallery One welcomes two uniquely talented voices in the visual arts this June in our Main Gallery. Reinaldo Gil Zambrano is an award-winning printmaking artist based in Spokane, WA. Reinaldo has built this body of work incorporating unique interpretations from his younger self (nickname: Nane) and memories from a fascinating cultural celebration from his home. He has created seven woodcut prints of masks inspired by the traditional handmade masks worn by the Dancing Devils of Corpus Christi, a traditional celebration and festival from Yare, Venezuela.

Lisa Myers Bulmash
New Works

Lisa Myers Bulmash is a collage and book artist who works primarily in acrylics, paper and found objects. Informally trained, Myers Bulmash began her career making handmade cards. Questions of identity, trust and the imperfect memory drive most of her work. The artist aims to nudge the viewer into recognizing our shared stories, especially those narratives that are usually experienced in isolation. Through her work, Myers Bulmash chooses to center African American and female experiences, to expand the classical practice of using an individual narrative, and to illuminate the general human condition. Her hope is that the symbolic language in her work can create a much-needed magic for the viewer — especially those who experience a daily sense of erasure or isolation.

Picasso Gallery:
Voyage: Traditional Peruvian Textiles From the collection of Fabiola Fuertes Serra

Hallway Gallery:
George Dial & Jan Dial-Jones
Brother & Sister

Jan Dial-Jones remains open to visual inspiration every day, finding inspiration in nature and especially wildlife.  To her they serve as a reminder of our deep human connection to a natural world undergoing fundamental change.  There’s no telling where or when inspiration will appear for George Dial. Sometimes brutal eastern Washington landscape, a dream or even a smell might spark an idea. Both brother and sister have also been influenced in art by the mid-century graphic design that was favored by their father, George L. Dial.