A new exhibit running from March 21 through May 12
UPDATE: Exhibit is extended through March 17, 2019
Artist Photographer: John Howland
This exhibit is about sunrises. It contains sixteen photographs of Tacoma sunrises showing the precise moments that made them interesting to my eye. Some are spectacular, some mysterious and some quite subtle, but hopefully they all inspire the same sense of peace, enjoyment and even excitement I felt as they revealed themselves to me.
Most of the photos were printed on aluminum sheets. One was digitally rendered as a watercolor in the “Painterly” style and printed on fine art, watercolor paper and another was digitally rendered as a detailed oil painting in the style of the “Hudson River School”. Another is a collage showing three photographs of the “Green Flash” that occurs when weather conditions are just right, as the sun breaks the horizon. The last picture in the collage is a mashup of the series that creates a new mountain range and an “Eye of the Green Flash”.
There will be a reception on February 21, 2019 in conjunction with the Third Thursday Art Walk. Please visit us for this event to meet some of our artists and enjoy our featured exhibit as well as another 100+ works by other artists in our collective.
“Home for the Holidays” reflects a sense of the Pacific Northwest through our artists’ personal interpretations of awe inspiring views, holiday cheer, whimsical themes and anything in-between. The show will be available to view through January 12, 2019.
UPDATE: “An Abstract Coupling” has been extended to view through December 15th!
The 253 Collective Art Gallery is proud to present this unique fine art show opening on Sunday, October 14th from 11am-5pm through November 10th.
There will be an Artist Reception during the Third Thursday Art Walk on October 18th from 4pm-8pm.
Here’s a little information on the featured artists…
Diana Carey developed a passion for the creation of metal forms while studying at the Academy of Art in San Francisco. Each piece is unique and is discovered as she dreams it, there is no direct path from one piece to the next. Once she starts working on the piece she moves with it as it starts taking shape. She wants the metal to flow, the pieces to be light and airy, counterbalancing the rigidity of the steel she is working with. As Diana works on her sculptures she continues expanding the artistic expression of her dream visions.
The sculptures are there to be touched and appreciated. Touching the sculptures can move a person along the same wavelength as the piece and the artist who created it.
Jonathon Gorman recieved his Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Painting And Drawing from The University of Washington, School of Art. His recent work examines the connection between our “sense of self” and our “sense of place”. Gorman constructs complexities in texture, form and color that convey emotional tensions transfixed in space and time.