Natura, a large group exhibition of Pacific Northwest artists whose works provoke a sense of nature. Subjects ranging from landscape to wild life illustrations and a few abstract, and fun interpretations.
Sensorium is a tech-art show themed to bring awareness of the phenomenological and sensory experience of new age technologies. Works that are likely to be featured are moving projections on 2D works, florescent and neon fine art works, pop art, human/industrial setting landscape paintings, digital glitch art, interactive electricity pieces and infinity light mirrors.
Gallery Pegasus is celebrating our 1 year anniversary, and presenting an exciting new show! Elemental: Metal Glass and Wood, runs through the months of March and April, and brings together many different forms and disciplines of hard-form sculptures, wall fixtures, figurines, glassware, and elegant wood fabrications.
Unfold: Nude Form and Concept is a group exhibition that explores a variety of artist's take on the nude figure and ideas surrounding the display and viewership of the body.
This show is a collective of abstract artists from the northwest who showcase contemporary applications of Expressionism, Cubism, Liquid Abstract, Ceramic Vessels, and Mixedmedia Sculpture.
New Whatcom is a collaborative exhibition, featuring over 15 local artists from Western Washington University and the surrounding area. From traditional methods of oil on canvas, to conceptual post-modern assemblages, New Whatcom is a platform for emerging creatives to display their large variety of skill sets and art forms. Included in the show are six murals — inspired by the beautiful landscapes of the Pacific Northwest – which were painted at Summer's End Music + Arts Festival. These large canvases will be sold via silent auction through the month of October. 35% of the sale price of each mural will be donated to a charity of the artist’s choosing.
Dennis Ansell creates in a DADA influenced, quasi-surrealistic-symbolic style. His work is an attempt to chronicle some events and issues of our time. Though his artwork is not always easy to understand, it allows us to spend time using our critical eye.
The artists of this show have on display fragments of inner realms found under layers of consciousness only the dream state has access to. This is a view of the sudden transgression when the playful experiences of artificial paradises turn to aberrations from the unknown. Reality influences the subjects of our dreams, and the whims of our subconscious mutates them into fleeting ganders of the subliminal.