Tuesday, September 4, 2007

First Thursday September 6

So many shows, so little time. Find a map here, if you need one.

ArtXchange Gallery – Opening reception for an educational art exhibit featuring photography by “Michael Wang,” staff photographer for global health non-profit PATH.

Photography by Michael Wang, at ArtXchange

Benham Gallery – Continuing show featuring the photography of Nikolas Muray & Tod Gangler.

Corridor Gallery - “Rodentia Punatus Lylesae,” mixed media paintings and assemblage by art car queen and Seattle art maven Kelly Lyles.

D'adamo/Woltz Gallery
– Abstract, mixed-media works by Gregory Deane.

Gallery 110 – Opening reception for “Mechanica,” mixed media work by Benito Rangel de Maria, and “Suspended Chambers,” paintings by Rosemary Powelson.

Paintings by Rosemary Powelson, opening at Gallery 110

Gallery I|M|A
– “Lotus Fire,” new work by Galen Garwood, and “Apophenia,” abstract paintings by Dale Witherow.

Gallery OK – Opening for new solo show featuring "Jody Joldersma," painting, sculpture, assemblage.

Lisa Harris Gallery – “Venezia,” featuring new paintings, prints and glass by representational artist Thomas Wood.

Patricia Rovzar Gallery – Opening reception for oil paintings by Z.Z. Wei.

Platform Gallery - Scott Fife extends his exploration and presentation of cultural personalities in the form of sculptural portraiture with "True Grit," a collection of unabashedly mythic figures masterfully rendered in cardboard, glue, and screws.

"Billy the Kid" by Scott Fife, now showing at Platform Gallery

Punch Gallery - Continuing with his ongoing investigation into the dichotomy between urban and rural cultures and stereotypes, Justin Colt Beckman’s multi-media installation, Homestead, explores the banality of daily life and the contrast of private space and public experience.

Homestead, work by Justin Colt Beckman, opening at Punch Gallery.

Shift Collaborative Studio – “Crossover/Cruce de Vias” features collaborative work created between the US and Mexico with Cara Jaye working in Washington State, and Miguel Angel Rivera who is located in the historic city of Guanajuato, Mexico.

SOIL – Opening reception for “Leather and Lace,” a collaboration between studio mates Allison Manch and Ariana Page Russell, consisting of photographs and collage.

"Leather and Lace" at SOIL

Some Space Gallery - New Work by Harold Hollingsworth.

Wall Space
– “Primordial Seas,” photography by Douglas Ethridge.

Photography by Douglas Ethridge at Wall Space

William Traver Gallery - Mixed-media artwork by Therman Statom and work in glass by Sean Albert.

First Thursday Late Night!

Lawrimore Project - "Drinks and Discussion" with artists from Lawrimore Project's current shows. View continuing shows "Perfect Landscape" and "Moses Lake.' 8-10 pm, between 5th and 6th Aves on Airport Way in the International District.

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