Head out for July’s First Friday gallery walk, taking place in downtown and beyond.
The cover art promoting Myesha Callahan Freet’s new exhibit, “You’d Look Better With a Smile,” is equal parts eye-catching and powerful. However, the idea behind the art, and the process that produced it, proves to show just how compelling Callahan Freet’s work is.
Attendees can paint “Purple Mountains Majesty” on Thursday at Pinot’s Palette.
A captivating white, arcing sculpture fills the center of the room, abstract shapes reminiscent of lanterns cover the ceiling, one wall is dotted with three-dimensional koi, the wall running parallel features several apparently pixelated images of a hand. All these works of art are made from the same material: paper. “Above the Fold: New Expressions in Origami” reimagines and breathes new life into the ancient Japanese art of folding paper. The exhibit, on display at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture through July 15, features nine artists showcasing a variety of works with themes ranging from the personal to the political.
“Sayaka Ganz: Reclaimed Creations” opens at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture on Saturday and runs through Aug. 26.
Most artists’ opening receptions are this Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., but the art stays on the walls at venues all month long.
The 2018 fair will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center.
The First Inland Northwest Juried Landscape Art Exhibit is part of the museum’s recurring summer series, Close In.
Artist who created the iconic cover for Tom Robbins’ novel “Still Life With Woodpecker” is holding his first show since 2013 in his hometown of Harrington.
Even if you don’t run Bloomsday, Spokane residents agree that First Friday Arts Walk is the best downtown warm-up for both body and mind. And it’s free.
Almost one year ago, artists Jeffrey Loyd and Christina Deubel rolled their sleeves up to renovate the building that has become the Perry District’s newest art gallery, Tsuga Northwest Arts.
Jim Hodges’ ability to infuse emotion into the objects of daily life has brought him international fame in the art world.
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