Tuesday, July 31, 2007

First Thursday Artwalk, August 2

This Thursday, August 2, is the Pioneer Square Artwalk - new and continuing shows at over 20 galleries and live music in Occidental Square by the Nicole Fournier Band.

Gallery IMA – A solo exhibition featuring John Franklin Koenig, Selected paintings from 1953 – 2003.

D'adamo/Woltz Gallery – Acrylic on stainless steel paintings by Simona Foggitt.

ArtXchange Gallery – “Hai & Thanh: New Work from Vietnam,” contemporary paintings by twin brothers from Hue and selections from NW photographer Cora Edmonds’ “Himalayan Faces” series.

William Traver Gallery – Stone and silver sculpture by John Marshall, ceramic work by Eric Nelsen and bamboo sculpture by Jiro Yonezawa.

Vetri International Glass – Blown glass artworks by Scott Benefield.

La Familia – “2 Year Anniversary Group Show,” Wire Sculptures by Jason Stauffer, Scenes in Oil by Michelle Anderst, and mixed media by Tom Albers.

Gallery OK - "Found Art Fashion & Things People Keep" - the garbage show.

Gallery 110 – “A Common Language: Seattle/Shenzhen” – A U.S./China print exhibition, in the Loft Gallery: Jennifer Nerad.

Shift Collaborative Studio
– “Double Vision,” a group exhibition curated by Elise Richman, featuring the collaborative work of three pairs of artists.

Patricia Rovzar Gallery – Encaustic work by Stephanie Hargrave

Lisa Harris Gallery – Oils on copper by Kent Lovelace and paintings by Lois Silver.

Some Space Gallery
- First Annual Photographers Showcase.

SOIL - "Groundtruthing," featuring work by artists from across the country, each with a different approach to the idea of going "on location."

Corridor Gallery - “Literal Reflections,” paintings by Jay Mason.

– “Lost in Translation,” new work by Diem Chau.

Wall Space
– “Rite of Passage,” Seattle’s first look at Tom Chambers’ vibrant, unpredictable photographs.

Punch Gallery - "Resistance," artwork by Andrew Kaufman and Donna Stack that mediates political currents into contemplative forms.

See individual gallery websites for more information.

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