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September 2014:

A River Runs Through It

New Paintings by Jeff Olson

Opens Friday September 3 through Saturday September 27


First Friday Gallery Walk -  Friday September 5, 6-9PM


Private Artist Reception - Saturday September 6, 6-10PM

A River Runs Through It: New Paintings by Jeff Olson

The central theme of my work has always lain within the primacy of the brushstroke in the process of painting. It is in essence the evidence of the physical interaction of the artist with the “stuff of this world,” an evidence of life.


The structure of these paintings is taken from the landscape, both the natural and man-made occurrences: ancient stream beds, worn paths, stone fences, and canyon walls.


At a fundamental level it is about transformation. The process of painting becomes an echo of the traces left from a story of living imprinted on the land.

“Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it.” Norman Maclean, A River Runs Through It and Other Stories

Forest for the Trees

New Work by Sara Everett

September 3rd - 27th, 2014


Opening on Friday, September 5th from 6 - 9pm


(*PLEASE NOTE - Pioneer Square Arts Walk will be on First FRIDAY in September.)


Houses constructed from torn paintings and paintings constructed from torn houses. 


Sara Everett has been engaging in color play and teasing the limits of creation versus destruction. Rich layers of stain on reclaimed wood have been carved into, and paintings on canvas have been shredded to transform into sculpture. Each stands alone, but there is strength in the groupings.

Toys R Us Cat Laser Collar Cat Toy


May 2014:

April 30 - May 31, 2014

First Thursday, May 1, 6-8 pm


My paintings are reflections on nature and life:
on the storms that rage around us, the vortexes that we find ourselves in and upheavals, natural and political, that impact our day to day experience.

John Smither

I'm Just Here to See Bigfoot
 musings of an invasive species

April 30th - May 31

First Thursday opening May 1, 6-9 PM


This exhibit is the culmination of John’s many years of focusing on our local environment and our interaction with it on many different levels.


This show features paintings, woodcuts, video (what did that person see?) and other items focusing on the area around the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River in the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest.



August 2014:
Garage Work: New & Old

 A selection of mixed medium surreal city-scapes exploring organic elements within man-made structures





July 30 to August 30, 2014


First Thursday Reception, August 7th, 6-9pm




 MANIFEST includes new paintings, drawings, and installations by Ryan Finnerty. This show deals with illusionism, history, land-use, the miraculous, and the literary- happening somewhere between playful irony and total sincerity.


July 30 to August 30, 2014


First Thursday Reception, August 7th, 6-9pm



Steve Gawronski

June 2014:

June 4- 29 2014

Biomimicry is a chimerical series of acrylic paintings on paper that look at the interplay between the worlds of nature and technology.


First Thursday reception on June 5 2014 ​from 6-9 pm. 


Scott Mayberry





June 4- 29 2014

A show of sculptures and images exploring a widely applicable verb, fueled by specific invisible power.



First Thursday reception on June 5 2014 from 6-9 pm. 



July 2014:

Scott Mansfield


July 2–26th, 2014

pedals and patch cords cast in glass.


First Thursday reception July 3rd, 6-9 pm
Artist Reception Saturday July 12, 5-7 pm



Dopamine's Garden

July 2–26th, 2014

Dopamine’s Garden is a series of paintings exploring the lushness of our brain chemistry and how strange electrical impulses can propel us into intense pleasure seeking activities. The paintings are delicately hand drawn with ink and and a superfine brush, multi-layered, containing luscious floating worlds thick with unfurling dendritic vines harboring hidden creatures and the fragments of forgotten stories that inhabit our synaptic clefts and glial forests. They whisper tales of voodoo, addiction and the bonds of love.


First Thursday reception July 3rd, 6-9 pm
Artist Reception Saturday July 12, 5-7 pm


March 2014:
Mapping Chaos

February 26 - March 29

Reception Thursday, March 6 5:00-8:00 pm


New works on canvas, paint and collage pushed out to the edges, holding a place of play and beauty for the viewer.

Therese Kunzi-Clark


Memories of a Swiss Childhood

February 26 - March 29

Reception Thursday, March 6 6:00-9:00 pm



April 2014:
what is left after the object is removed

Keunae Song


April 2-26

Reception First Thursday Art Walk



An installation utilizing the waste or excess material in the act of making. It is the result of the subtractive (material removing) processthis is the product of work, the byproduct of effort.this is a document of my time, the material and process I employ.

April 2nd - 26th, 2014
Artist Reception: Thursday, April 3rd, 6-9PM



This exhibition explores the contrasting qualities of wire, tempered glass and studio glass to illustrate its delicate juxtaposition through various forms.

February 2014:

Mary T. Enslow

Rise With the Lark

Kalindi Thompson

Harmony and Socks
A natural abstraction

Kalindi Thompson’s paintings explore the harmony between nature and organic abstraction, exploiting an array of media within the image.

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