Davidson Galleries artist Alice Leora Briggs is showing in New Mexico through May 25!
University of New Mexico Art Museum
one block north of Central Ave, between Cornell and Harvard Drives
Albuquerque, NM v: 505-277-4001 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tues – Sat: 10am-4pm; closed major holidays
Current exhibition at:
THE MUSEUM OF NORTHWEST ART
Black and White Color Study from the Permanent Collection:
January 12, 2013 – March 13, 2013
What is your favorite color? Is it black, white, or another color on the spectrum? This color study presents black, a symbol for sophistication and authority, and, white, which suggests purity and neutrality. The exhibition will offer an atypical look at the Northwest palette from the diversity of artworks in the collection. Plus, excerpts from studies that tackle the question, “Are black and white colors?,” with the science and history behind the color of black and white.
Artists: Guy Anderson, Jim Ball, Harold Balazs, Kenneth Callahan, Doris Chase, Bill Colby, William Ivey, Clayton James, John-Franklin Koenig, Verne Mittelstadt, Ann Morris, Mark Mueller, Virginia Paquette, Tracy Powell, Kathleen Rabel, Mark Tobey, Dale Travous, Gerard Tsutakawa, and Thomas T. Wilson.
MONA, La Connor, WA
As always, January brings the Seattle Print Arts Annual Membership Meeting and Party held this year on Friday, January 25th, at the Tashiro Kaplan Building in Pioneer Square.
The party begins at 7pm, the Membership Meeting will start at 8pm.
- Join us as we review the events of 2012, celebrate the grant recipients and look forward to the programming planned in the new year.
- Introduce a friend to Seattle Print Arts or ask a lapsed member to the party.
- Bring a print to pin up and share for the evening.
- The raffle is back with chances to win art supply store gift certificates.
Come be a part of this fun annual wintertime social event for Seattle Print Arts members.
Tashiro Kaplan Building 115 Prefontaine Pl. S., Seattle
Thursday, January 24, 2013 / 07:00pm – 08:00pm
MOHAI – Microsoft Lakeview Pavilion
To be guaranteed a seat, please register here.
Artist Lecture: Etsuko Ichikawa
Friday, February 8; 12:00 – 1:00 pm
MSCC – Building 33/Sonora (Directions)
Etsuko Ichikawa will speak about her unique ability to paint with fire and smoke to create her ethereal drawings! The artist will show video of her artwork and be available for question and answer.
To R.S.V.P. for this event, email: email@example.com.