Tag Archive: sculpture

Call for July: Artist in Residence

Open Call for Art

Open Call for Artist in Residence – A Public Arts Project Create an Installation using Recycled Materials

Proposals Due: April 9, 2017

Curator: Anna Macrae

artEAST is excited to partner with the City of Issaquah, Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park, and Recology CleanScapes to bring together art, recycling, and …

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Dive Into Creativity This Summer!

Summer Art Camps at artEAST We have art camps for kids & teens at artEAST in downtown Issaquah, morning & afternoon options in a variety or art forms.

Note: All camps are $120 for members and $130 for nonmembers. 

June 26–30 (ages 11–17) AM Printmaking Teen Camp Make your mark on the world by …

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Recycled Artist in Residence Summer Camp

Monday–Friday  9am–12pm or 1pm–4pm July 10–July 14 Ages 8-14

Instructor: Gabriele Phillips, Artist in Residence

We are pleased to announce our second Artist in Residence Gabriele Phillips who will be teaching a special camp this summer in conjunction with Friends of Lake Sammamish State Park, Recology Cleanscapes and Parkadilly!

Gabi is a Recycled Materials Artist and …

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Teen Mask Making Summer Camp

Monday–Friday 1-4pm, August 21–25 Ages 11–17

Instructor: Gail Baker

We live in a land of forests, mountains, lakes, and rivers.  The animals calling this place home are plentiful and beautiful. We can get to know them as we study their forms and build them in wearable, 3-dimensional headdresses.  The …

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Exhibit: 2nd Amendment BookClub

A poignant yet powerful exploration into gun culture, by Mary Coss at artEAST, March though May.

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Clay Night Out: Creative Clay Exploration

Fridays, 6:30–9:30pm April 28, May 26 or June 23

Instructor: Juliette Ripley-Dunkelberger

This is a fun and stress-free opportunity for the whole family to learn more about clay in a historic building with a gallery atmosphere.  Each session will begin with a demonstration of a featured project, then students are free …

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Permanent link to this article: http://arteast.org/2016/11/creative-clay-exploration-facilitated-ceramics-studio-3/

Spring Break Camps

April 10-14 9am–12pm Mixed Media Art 1-4pm Sculpture Art Ages 7-12

Instructors: Gail Baker & Benjamin Wills

Spend a week immersed in art on your school break! Register for morning, afternoon or all day camp.

 

Mixed Media allows you to mix it up: literally! While students experiment with various tools for applying …

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Permanent link to this article: http://arteast.org/2016/11/camps-for-kids-arteast/

Encaustic Sculpture

Saturday & Sunday, June 3–4, 10am–4pm (2 sessions)

Instructor: Deborah Kapoor

This workshop will explore the use of wire and plaster bandage to create simple sculptural forms, and treating the surface in encaustic. The application and heating of wax on a sculptural form as well as burnishing, incising, collaging and transferring onto …

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Exhibit: Illuminate & Candelabras

Larry Calkins: Dorn Becker babies

September 9–November 2, 2016, Blakely Hall Opening Reception Friday, September 9, 6–7:30 pm Family Preview, Saturday October 29, 1–4 pm, Blakely Hall Gala and Closing Reception, Saturday October 29, 6–8 pm, Blakely Hall

Curated by Karen Abel and Greg Bartol Juried by Anna Macrae and June Sekiguchi

 

As the fall sun moves lower across our …

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Exhibit: Roots

artEAST gallery artists Valaree Cox and Sandi Bransford exhibit work titled Roots, March 14 through April 16, at artEAST in Issaquah.

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Al Zold

Wood sculpture

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FALLing Exhibit

September 27– November 9, 2014 Opening Reception: Saturday, September 27, 6–8pm 

Curated by Donna Lindeman Porter

FALLing can be defined as an action (movement, music, feeling), a season (colors, temperature change) or an academic term (and all those things associated with school).  Artists were encouraged to capture the emotion of “Fall” …

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Rookery 2014 Nest Project

July 14–17, Village Green Park, 26th Ave and Park Drive, Issaquah Highlands

ArtEAST’s popular Rookery Project, an annual event featuring art inspired by Washington’s indigenous Great Blue Heron, was established to build community around art.

Now in it’s third year, the 2014 Rookery Project takes community building to a new level by involving local …

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Rookery Project

Opening Reception: October 18, 6pm Exhibition and Sale: October 19–November 2 Final Roost: artEAST Gala Auction, November 3, 6pm, Issaquah Hilton Garden Inn

What a great inaugural Rookery Project!  The herons have now all flown the nest, finding great homes.  Thank you, heron artists, for your time, talent and energy and thank you, community members who …

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Artist Talk: John Fisher, Stone Sculptor

Thursday, September 6, 7 pm

Join us for a special artist’s talk by stone sculptor John Fisher, in collaboration with Marenakos Rock Center & StoneFest VIII.

This amazing talent and Renaissance man has lived and worked in Carrara, Italy for 20 years, where he cultivated his love for carving classical figures in marble. Don’t …

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Guest Artist: K. C. Madsen

August 2012 Artist’s Talk: Thursday, August 30, 7:00 pm

We are pleased to present the work of K. C. Madsen for the month of August. Come meet her at Art Walk on August 3rd or attend her talk later in the month. Her new body of work is described below.

Dreams after Insomnia

The …

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Guest Artists: Nichole DeMent and Stephen Rock

September 2011 Artists Talk Thursday, September  22nd, 6:30–8:30pm

Stephen Rock and Nichole Dement explored the themes of art, society and technology and how information is accessed in their April 2011 exhibition, Access Point.

Components of that exhibition will be featured in our guest window during September, including encaustic on panel that lead to …

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Juliette Ripley-Dunkelberger

Ceramics

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Molly Hueffed

Ceramics and encaustic artist Molly Hueffed

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Joanne Bohannon

Ceramics

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