26 Mar. 2013|
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Northwest Woodworkers Gallery has been showcasing the furniture and woodworking of independent Northwest artisans for 35 years. Mainframe Gallery’s, 5628 Airport Way South #110 in Seattle, second annual group show include works in a wide variety of mediums by established and emerging contemporary artists from LA and Seattle. The Carrie Goller Gallery, 18801 Front Street, regularly features work by gallery artists as well as her own.
Magal & Louis Gallery, 18961 Front Street, the newest gallery in town, features painting, photography and drawing throughout the year. Another co-op, Verksted Gallery, 18937 Front Street, has gone to the dogs during the month of August with the 11th Annual Pawsbo’s Dog Days of August. Sarah Kaye marks the conclusion of her residency at Pottery Northwest, 226 First Avenue in Seattle, with an exhibit of new” work entitled welcome, more than a feeling. The Gallery Walk is Friday, August 7 from 6 – 9 pm, in conjunction with the opening night of the Anacortes Arts Festival taking place August 7-9. Lisa Harris Gallery, 1922 Pike Place is showing a selection of oils, monotypes, and watercolors by the late Pacific Northwest artist, Royal Nebeker, in a tribute exhibition on view through August 30. Downtown Museum and Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park are free all day on First Thursdays.
Lisa Harris Gallery, 1922 Pike Place is showing a selection of oils, monotypes, and watercolors by the late Pacific Northwest artist, Royal Nebeker, in a tribute exhibition beginning July 30.
Concurrent with the inaugural Seattle Art Fair, Artist Trust, Art of The City, Hilliard’s Beer and Galvanize , are sponsoring FEAT2015. Facere Jewelry Art Gallery, 1420 Fifth Avenue in Seattle, presents “Matter of Material,” a group exhibition opening in a special reception and artist lectures on July 22 at 4pm.
Master glass artist Jeff Ballard will speak at Pilchuck Glass School’s Seattle exhibition space at 240 2nd Ave S, Seattle on July 24 from 6 – 8 pm as part of the Conversations on Glass et al. A special show featuring wearable art and contemporary jewelry, curated by Micki Lippe, is showing at Waterworks Gallery, 315 Argyle Avenue in Friday Harbor, through July 31.
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Since 2005, Matthew Richter has been custom-designing and hand-building fine furniture for private clients including Lawrimore Project, On the Boards, and 4Culture. The dog photo contest encourages all to come in the gallery through August 15 with photos of a dog and then come back to vote between August 16 – 31. The gallery opens on December 2, and features the original furniture designs of Matthew Richter and the turnings of his father, Morton Richter. The exhibition is a satellite venue of the Art of the City Street Fest at the TK Lofts, and an affiliate of Satellite Seattle. This is the first opportunity to see the work, meet the artists, and enjoy the unique waterfront gallery.
In addition to the vendor booths the festival also features an art gallery and wine reception, a wine and beer garden, a hands-on children’s activity area, a food court and live entertainment. As this gallery is part of the “pop-up” Storefronts Seattle program, it will run for three months and then disappear. Art of the City features live music on multiple stages, staged and impromptu performances, visual arts exhibitions, interactive installations, and live painting, over 25 open galleries, artist studios, and residential lofts, booths and activities by local arts organizations, food by local restaurants, and a Roof Deck Saloon.
He founded and was executive director of the much-loved Consolidated Works contemporary arts center in Seattle. He lectures on the state of the arts at the University of Washington, Seattle University, and Cornish College of the Arts.
Art in America magazine called him an “arts visionary.”Matthew learned woodworking from his father, Morton Richter, an avid hobbyist (who, in turn, learned old-world woodworking from two gruff, alcoholic, German craftsmen in New York City in the 1950s).