Alexandra Buxbaum

Cameron Tyzzer

Tara McBride

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

April 1-30, 2022
Opening Reception: Friday, April 1
, 5-7pm
Online Award Reception: Saturday, April 2, 10am, YouTube Live

Exhibit Sponsors:
Cashmere Valley Bank – Pam Wilson 
Cashmere Valley Mortgage – Kent Lester

360 Tours:
Main Gallery (view 1)
Main Gallery (view 2)
Mezzanine (view 1)
Mezzanine (view 2)
Stairwell (view 1)
Stairwell (view 2)
Eveleth Green Gallery

Main Gallery & Mezzanine:
juried by Jane Kim of Ink Dwell

For our eighth national juried call, we invited artists to submit works that include representations of any animal species in any medium. Awards totaling $800 will be distributed by the juror. Ten percent of all entry fees will be donated to KEEN (Kittitas Environmental Education Network), a nonprofit based in Ellensburg, WA whose mission is to cultivate an active awareness and understanding of the endangered shrub-steppe.

This year our juror, Jane Kim, selected 46 works from the 475 submissions received from across the US through the Cafe’ online call site. Scroll down for a slideshow of all the accepted works. Check back soon for 360 tours of the exhibition.

Most Innovative – Stacey Holloway, Hung out to Dry
Most Realistic – Jessie Rasche, Looking Over it All
Best Interpretation – Kelly Shipp, Otter Satisfaction, Otter Eating Fish
Award of Merit – Rebecca Spilecki, The Way of the Dodo

Eveleth Green Gallery:
Cameron Tyzzer
CWU Student Show Exhibit Award Winner

Each year we select one artist from the CWU Student Show to receive an award for a solo show in our gallery. We welcome Cameron this year who utilizes daily life as his subject matter. While commenting on disputing the division between the realm of memory and the realm of experience, Wilson touches on various overlapping themes
and strategies. Recurring subject matter in the work include his relation with popular culture and media, working with repetition, reminiscence and the investigation into the development of the slightly absurd everyday imagery. His paintings are based on formal associations which open a unique poetic vein. Multilayered images arise where he tries to develop forms that do not always follow logical criteria but are based only on subjective associations and formal parallels, which incite the viewer to make new and personal associations.

Hallway Gallery:
CWU Student Art Club Exhibition

The CWU Student Art Club has open membership for all art + design students at the university. This student-run organization hosts regular exhibitions of student art, plans and sponsors attendance at local, regional, and national art events including this annual show at Gallery One.

Artworks in the Undomesticated Exhibition juried by Jane Kim