Stories tagged: visual art
Sat., Sept. 30, 2017
‘The Feels’ at Chase Gallery: Please do touch the art
“Making the work is very much about touch, so with this show, I get to sort of share that experience that I have with the viewers,” said participating artist Theresa …
Sat., June 3, 2017, 3 p.m.
Spark, SpIFF, Saranac among winners of arts grants
The total 2017 grant funding available to be awarded is $85,000, spread across four rounds of grants. The funding comes from the city’s admissions tax, a portion of which is …
UPDATED: Fri., June 2, 2017, 3:59 p.m.
Art school exhibit brings geography to life
Juried show at the Garland District Spokane Art School Gallery features watercolors from 12 top regional artists including Tom Quinn, Joe Guarisco, Karen Mobley and up-and-comer Megan Perkins.
Thu., June 1, 2017, 4:20 p.m.
The ‘Spring Table’ is set for a mixed media dinner party at Spokane’s Richmond Art Collective
Caitlin Pickall’s artwork is a communal audio visual experience centered around a blank white table with place settings and chairs beckoning viewers to take a seat. With each seating, a …
Thu., May 4, 2017, 6:30 a.m.
Artist Charlie Palmer continues to find inspiration for his colorful landscapes
Insulated and heated, Charlie Palmer’s studio has become a creative playground for the renowned landscape artist. His passions stretch beyond depicting the distinctive Northwest creeks, waterfalls and riverbanks for which …
Sat., April 22, 2017, 4 p.m.
Artist Shana Moulton’s alter ego inhabits surreal spaces with humor
Moulton’s performance and video series portrays a naïve Cynthia (Moulton with a wig) strutting and fretting within a “Twin Peaks”-like existence. Hilariously terrifying visions lurk underneath a pastel-painted world of …
Thu., April 20, 2017, 4 p.m.
Student art project ties historic Steam Plant facility to breast cancer awareness
Students from East Valley STEAM Magnet School in Newman Lake will have artwork on display in the downtown Spokane landmark “indefinitely.”
Thu., April 6, 2017, 5 p.m.
Water themed exhibit of works by Chris Tyllia, Lisa Nappa and others opens at Saranac
Local ceramicist Lisa Nappa is passionate about water. Any kind of water. From oceans and lakes to puddles and droplets. While discussing her upcoming water-themed show, “Displace” at Saranac Art …
Thu., April 6, 2017, 10:12 a.m.
For Spokane artist Robert Kraut, it’s time to be a little revolting
Kolva-Sullivan exhibit features works that are anything but “decorative” or “pretty.”
Tue., Jan. 3, 2017, 9:18 a.m.
George Lucas museum cliffhanger: LA or San Francisco?
SAN FRANCISCO – For nearly a decade, George Lucas has been trying to build a museum for his personal art collection. After several false starts, the filmmaker will decide in …
Sun., Jan. 24, 2016, 5 a.m.
Clarksville: Mel McCuddin still painting it out
Noted Spokane artist, who just celebrated his 83rd birthday, may paint menacing images, but that’s no reflection on his personal life.
Fri., May 31, 2013
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Thu., Nov. 10, 2011
Easily accessible Inland Crafts stays true to its roots
Good artists typically don’t make good business people. “That’s not how most of our brains work,” explains Spokane fiber artist Louise Kodis.
Fri., April 2, 2010
Enjoy sights, sounds of ‘New Originals’
Leave it to Patrick Kendrick to throw an art show coupled with live music in a boxing ring. “New Originals: Collections, Champs, Champagne” is not your typical First Friday fare, …
Thu., Nov. 5, 2009
Annual arts show features mix of high quality items
Why has Inland Crafts developed such a loyal following over the last 26 years? Here are a few reasons:
Thu., Oct. 1, 2009
Key word is ‘free’ at Visual Arts Tour
Spokane’s semiannual Visual Arts Tours are always lively, boisterous events, filling the streets and galleries of downtown and beyond. And this fall’s version, on Friday evening (continuing Saturday in many …
Thu., May 14, 2009
On the Wall
If you’ve been to Europe, you’ve likely seen laundry hanging out to dry, pinned onto clotheslines suspended from overhead balconies of apartment buildings – one atop another, zigzagging modern and …
Thu., May 7, 2009
On the Wall Jennifer Zurlini
When you think of digital age fashion photography, you quickly conjure up beautiful women digitally enhanced to the hilt, post-perfected until every freckle and pore of character is concealed and …
Sun., April 19, 2009
Master of abstract expressionism had Spokane, Pullman roots
The father of abstract expressionism, one of the most important of all American art movements, lived in Spokane and Pullman for half his life. And if that sounds unlikely, here’s …
Fri., April 10, 2009
Zone’s comics jump off page
Ray Zone, a California artist, takes comic book art to another dimension. Zone is the leading practitioner of stereoscopic art – comic books, posters, movies and other artwork that appears …
Thu., March 12, 2009
At Art, Music and More, light shines on artists
It’s been said that artists are dreamers. With enough imagination to fill the night’s sky – and pack the house at his first “official” First Friday art opening last week …
Thu., March 5, 2009
Into the Light
If only things were black and white, there would be no place for doubt. It’s the gray area where Spokane oil painter Stephen Rue’s vulnerable human forms take shape, filled …
Thu., Feb. 26, 2009
On the Wall: Expect big things at EWU’s small-scale ceramic show
Susan Clusener values the process of creating from clay as much as the end product. “With clay I find something I can’t find anywhere else in life. It has a …
Thu., Feb. 5, 2009
Visual Arts Tour turning winter blahs to ahhs
This is a weekend of color, light, beauty, metaphor, imagination and celebration. The winter Visual Arts Tour brings together more than 200 local and regional artists – from first-time exhibitors …