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June 4 through 30 - Ebb Pate and Rachel Muller -
Rachel Muller presents “Inspired by Ancient Egypt” with pieces reminiscent of the surviving art from tombs and monuments.
Ebb Pate
states In “A Vision Beyond”,” Since coming to the Northwest 30 years ago, I have been continually inspired by the natural beauty of where we live, and strive to express my awe through my landscapes.”

June through September - Robert E Gigliotti, Guest Sculptor.
Art is a yearning for immortality and, as such, can become a method to challenge people’s paradigms and reveal that All Is One. Art is bigger than the sum of it’s parts. The great American philosopher, Ken Wilber, said that the goal of great art is the revelation of non dual spirit. Non dual spirit means that not only are we connected but we are literally One. Quantum physics can demonstrate this. My art is an attempt to illustrate this visually. By removing elements from a scene that the mind expects to be there creates space for new insights.  www.parklanegallery.org

Parklane Gallery October Featured Artists

Adrienne Anderson-Smith, digital artist of the Northwest, Emmy nominated, shows “Let’s Rock the World!” featuring whimsical “walls” of rock faces, displaying a wonderful mélange of our culture. Her art is created with the sculpted texture of acrylic molding and crackling pastes or digitally created with ProCreate(r) and finished with Adobe Photoshop.

Forrest Goldade presents “Northwest Impressions” His work in both acrylic and watercolor is loose and colorful. His style evokes “realistic Impressionism” that explores themes of northwest animals and landscapes. A graduate of Western Washington, Bellingham, his work is influenced by the paintings of Morris Graves and other Northwest artists.

“All Creatures Great and Small” Art Exhibition runs from Sep 4th – 30th, 2018.
Birds and Bunnies and Butterflies - Parklane Gallery in Kirkland has them all!
Artwork includes a fascinating mix of subtle creatures hidden in landscapes and florals as well as artistic interpretations of domestic pets and wildlife. It’s a very cool show – fun for the whole family!
The downtown Kirkland Artwalk is on Friday, September 14th, from 5 to 8pm.

Parklane Gallery August Featured Artists

Heidi Barnett presents "Organic Pointillism". Affectionately dubbed the “Q-tip Artist” by her fans and colleagues, Heidi paints with palette knives, fingers, and a variety of eclectic tools – including Q-tips. Raw, dynamic, and vibrant, her work hints at the fundamentals of Pointillism while pushing her creations in new, captivating directions.

Lena Leitzke presents: " Space... Ocean... Earth.. " We are particles of Space and Ocean and Earth.. We are all connected together. Energy is a link to our connection. Lena wants people to see it and feel it. And to appreciate the great beauty of the entire Universe, our home. Not to abuse it, but maintain it and support it.

The August show will run from August 7th until September 2nd
Parklane Gallery is open Tuesday-Sunday 11am ‘til 7pm (8pm Fri-Sat)

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