Linda Shelton

Avery Longo

Robin Mayberry

May 5 – June 17, 2023

First Friday Opening Reception May 5 & June 2, 5-7pm

Exhibit Sponsors: Kelleher Motor Company

Main Gallery & Mezzanine:
Kittitas County Open Show – Juried by Linley Logan

We are pleased to again feature works of art by artists from Kittitas County in this annual all-media exhibition. This year’s juror, Linley Logan, selected 117 works and will distribute $3500 in awards donated by local businesses and individuals. Multiple awards totaling $3500 were given out by the juror including a purchase award by the City of Ellensburg and a residency award at Gallery One. Congratulations to our award winners! 

$500 Best in Show: Jeff Fisher, The Weirding Way
$400 Best use of Color: Carol Tufford, Flute Music & All That Jazz
$400 Mary Frances Dondelinger Award: Jacob Goettlicher, Transcendence to Nature
$400 Fourwinds Award: Stan Cozad, Pit Droid
$300 Peggy Schaake Award: Justin Gibbens, False Prophet II
$250 Innovation Award: Jeff Fisher, The Weirding Way
$250 Ona C. Solberg Veteran’s Award: Joel Thurston, Piercing Clarity
$200 Kitty Moe Award for 3D Works: Tom Saffle, Heron
$200 Eldean Adams Award for 2D Works: Kathleen Woodward, Living Water
$200 Gallery One Board Award: Alexandra Epstein-Solfield, San Juan Island
$200 Award of Merit – Honorable Mention: Dzeneta Arnautovic, Out of Time
$150 Kay Crimp Award: Erin Oostra, Surround
$100 CWU Alumni Award: Lorraine Barlow, The Time of My Birth and teh Day of My Death
$100 CWU Department of Art & Design Award: Jampa Dorje, Infinity Book
$100 Philip J. and Rachel H. Kirk Award: Samantha Lee, Intimacy
Gallery One Exhibition Award: Pucci, Cookies, Becky Hollenbeck, Come Fly with Me
Residency Award: Sofia Romero, Madonna and Child, and Roddy Taylor, Emberok Phoenix
City of Ellensburg Purchase Award: Michele Johnson, Notes on Reality

About the juror:

Linley is a multidisciplinary contemporary artist, arts program manager, cultural arts consultant, curator, and designer. He attended the Rochester Institute of Technology for Industrial Design and visual arts, and the Institute of American Indian Arts for visual arts and has made the Salish Sea his home for 23 years.

Over his 40-year history of exhibiting work, including exhibiting internationally, Linley has received numerous artist grants, fellowships and residencies, and curated six contemporary Native art exhibitions. Five of these exhibitions include International Indigenous artists Gatherings, where he presented on contemporary Native art, Indigenous art sovereignty, and his own contemporary art.

Linley’s branded artistic sign off is “I live a life of art in the art of life”.

Eveleth Green Gallery:
Community School of the Arts Annual Student Show

The Art After School classes have been abuzz again this year. This spring we are thrilled to feature works by our students in clay, mixed media, fiber, comics and more!