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.
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
The 26th Annual International Juried Miniature Show
May 1 – June 3, 2018
A major show of miniature proportions featuring over 300 tiny masterpieces from around the world that will delight and amaze. Shop in the gallery or online. Awards, Artist Reception and Kirkland Art Walk May 11 – 5 to 8 pm.
Miniature paintings may be purchased online beginning April 29th. Sales of Miniature Art at Parklane Gallery are final and miniatures may not be returned or exchanged. Miniature Art purchased online or in the gallery will remain in the gallery until June 3rd and may be picked up or will be shipped the following week.
Parklane Gallery Featured Artists for March 2018:
Bob Franklin presents “Somewhere In Time” – Special human moments from artist Robert Franklin’s sketchbooks, photographs and memories, recorded during decades of travel as a pilot, are now engaging watercolor paintings.
Anne Waters presents “Water Rhythms” with paintings that capture the calm, dreamy strength and beauty of the sea.
This show runs from March 6th through April 1st. All are welcome to attend the artists’ reception & Kirkland Art Walk on Friday, March 9th, 5 to 8pm.
The gallery is located at 130 Park Lane, Kirkland, WA 98033 ph: 425.827.1462
Gallery art may also be viewed and purchased online at: parklanegallery.org/shopping
Very nice gallery - highly recommend
Gallery Artists' Show
January 9 - February 4, 2018
WE'VE TAKEN THE CHALLENGE!
Our six photographers have invited the gallery's fine artists to create an interpretation of their photos. The result is an exhibit that ranges from traditional landscapes to imaginative abstract art.
Stop by and see us, it's all here!
Open Tuesday through Sunday
Artists' Reception and Kirkland Art Walk
Friday, January 12, 5 to 8 p.m.
Free parking under the Kirkland Library
Gallery art may also be viewed and purchased online at
Parklane Gallery Winter Show of Small Works
Big things come in small packages. That's certainly true of the art in Parklane Gallery's National Juried Winter Show of Small Works in December. Surprise yourself or someone else with a gift of art. We have wonderful works from far and near. Stop by and see us, it's all here.
Opening on December 5, 2017 and will be on exhibit through January 7, 2018. Artists' Reception and Kirkland Art Walk on Friday, December 8, from 5 to 8 p.m. Gallery hours are Tuesday-Sunday: 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Fridays: 12 noon - 8 p.m.