July 3 through August 5
Ginger Carter and Larey & Phyllis McDaniel
In "Double Take", Ginger Carter creates paintings and glass mosaics in pairs alive with vibrant colors and textures, as each medium offers a different feel to the same subject matter.
Larey & Phyllis McDaniel present "A Blaze of Color", focusing on floral photographs on aluminum, canvas and metallic paper fused to acrylic.
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July 3 through August 5
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“H2O - The Element of Water” by Heidi Barnett
"I love painting water; it is reflective, moving, and often colorful. This body of work represents water in its many forms, such as ocean, fog, and rain. Many of the H2O series also includes the animals and the life that happens in water. Living in the Seattle area, we are so blessed to be surrounded by water and this has been a heavy influence on my work."
“A View of the Pacific Northwest” by Ryan Bagley
"My show this month is an accumulation of my life experiences in the PNW. From the golden wheat fields of Montana to Seattle's skyscrapers, my work speaks to those who are familiar with these sights through their life. Happy 2019! And all glory to God"
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.