SEATTLE ART FAIR
August 2-4, 2019
CenturyLink Field Event Center, Booth G03
Big news! Gallery 110 will be part of the 2019 Seattle Art Fair, with 13 of our members exhibiting in Booth G03. I will be showing twelve paintings from 80+ Views of Mount Baker, shown in Vancouver in September 2018, as well as selected works from 40 and 40+ Views of Mount Baker. In addition, in honor of the opportunity, I’ve painted three new large Mount Baker works. I have a few free VIP passes for anyone who would like to visit the Fair. Get back to me immediately if you are serious about attending!
ISLAND PAINTINGS – Landscapes of British Columbia
September 12 – 25, 2019
Visual Space Gallery, 3352 Dunbar Street, Vancouver
Exhibition Noon–5 PM daily
Reception: Saturday, September 14, 2019, 5-7 PM
Artist’s Talk: “Island Magic: Paintings and Poetry”, 10 AM Wednesday September 26, 2018
My mother’s mother came from the Greek island of Naxos. Perhaps this is why I love islands and deeply enjoy traveling the interstitial waters between them by ferry or small boat. Work on the British Columbia island paintings began over a decade ago, but I can trace their true origin to 1975, voyaging alone for the first time, free camping on a ridge overlooking the Aegean and its many islands, experiencing the joy and wonder of the dawn. With backpack and by bicycle I have explored most of the Greek islands, and I am working my way around those of British Columbia: Quadra Island in particular, but also Saturna, Mayne, Salt Spring, Galiano, Hornby, Denman and Read. View new paintings
CURRENTLY SHOWING: Gallery 110’s First Emerging Artist Scholarship Competition
July 4– 7, 2019
Reception and awards Friday, July 19, 5-7 PM, Gallery 110, Seattle
Please come! Gallery 110 is currently hosting an exhibition of the winners of our new Emerging Artist Program Scholarship Competition. The EASC offers full gallery membership to a Northwest artist in the early stages of their career. The goal is to develop a cadre of young artists through actual experience in helping with the running of a gallery: curation, promotion, installation, and operations, as well as a solo exhibition. These artists can then leverage that experience, and the prestige of winning the EASC, into a career as a fine artist. The exhibition of finalists’ work is on this July at Gallery 110. Please view artwork by the winners, which is for sale.
And if I may please ask your support of both these artists and of our independent non-profit artist-run gallery – a place where my colleagues and I are free to show difficult work. For example, my next series Angry White Men – The Puppet Masters will shown at Gallery 110 in Spring 2020. Such a space has great value to artists exhibiting non-commercial artwork.
DONATE to support the Gallery 110 Emerging Artist Program. All donations welcome!