Feb 7-23 JAMES MARTIN: RIDING THE MOON TRAIN. To anyone familiar with James Martin, these pieces illuminate his evolution as an artist. To newcomers, they provide a strange and wondrous introduction to a man whose work and story is integral to the artistic tradition of the Pacific Northwest.
Mar 7-23 CAMERON ANNE MASON: FIELDS. Cameron Anne Mason introduces a new body of work rooted in the changing landscape of the Pacific Northwest. Utilizing textiles to create a conversation between the natural and the cultivated, Mason’s works are highly textured, lending an intrinsic warmth to her sculptures. By incorporating grasses and grains into her printing practice, Mason references familiar patterns within the larger context of her abstractions. Opening Reception: Mar 7, 6-8pm.
A focus on contemporary paintings, photography, sculpture and glass from some of the most recognized artists in the US and Canada.
Close-Up: Phen Huang, Director of Seattle’s Foster/White Gallery, Reveals Passion for Art