A poignant yet powerful exploration into gun culture, by Mary Coss at artEAST, March though May.
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Events for the nationally acclaimed exhibit, The Incredible Intensity of Just Being Human, in the Issaquah area
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The nationally acclaimed exhibit, The Incredible Intensity of Just Being Human, arrives in Issaquah Friday, April 22!
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Wednesday, April 22, 7–9pm
Members, join us for an interactive workshop with gallery artist Jacqui Beck. In “Title Your Artwork: What’s in a Name?” Jacqui will be sharing information about the purpose of titles, what makes a good title, and a variety of ways to come up with great titles for your work.
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Sunday, March 15, 1–3pm
Gallery artist Vikram Madan will share the influences, experiences and philosophies that helped him make what was otherwise a logically indefensible decision, to leave his chosen career and become a full-time artist instead.
Here is Vikram, left, with his mural installed at Redmond Town Center.
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Wednesday, January 21, 7–9 pm
Members, and guests, join us for a presentation by Ray Miles, manager of Phoenix Art Restoration in Issaquah.
Ray has 29 years in this profession including gallery ownership, retail framing sales, and manufacturing sales rep. Needless to say, he has a lot of information to share that is of interest …
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December 9, 7–9 pm
Shabbir came into the gallery, introduced himself, showed us his work, and we wanted to hear more! He is a self-taught artist whose prime motivation is to share and evoke creativity in everyone, …
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November 19, 7–9 pm
Members, and guests, join us for a presentation by Elizabeth K. Mauro, owner of Art Installation.
Learn the shortcuts to make art installation easier, faster and safer. Attendees will learn how to assess what hanging hardware is appropriate for each individual artwork and gain instruction on a variety of …
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Exclusively for artEAST Members!
Sunday, September 7, 1–3:30pm
Barbara De Pirro will sift through a mountain of valuable information, guiding you through the basics, while opening up new possibilities. Get a grasp on the many gels, mediums, grounds and how they can change the texture, saturation …
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Community Art Programs Spring and Summer 2014
artEAST strives to develop community programming that promotes participation and dialog through innovative visual arts education workshops, exhibitions and events. We believe that art brings people together and creates vibrant communities in which we all want to live. In 2013 artEAST launched Art-Together-Time, family-friendly workshops …
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Exhibition: May 30 – July 12 Opening Reception: Friday, May 30, 6–8pm, artEAST Art Center Opening Reception: Sunday, June 8, 4–6pm, Blakely Hall
“To know the crow is to know ourselves,” writes John Marzluff, award-winning author of In the Company of Crows and Ravens. The strange familiarity …
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January 3 – February 28, 2014, Blakely Hall Artist Talk: Friday, January 31st, 7 pm
Anna Macrae is a third generation artist – born and educated in England, and now living in Sammamish. She is an abstract expressionist and generates color and surface interest in her paintings by embedding multiple layers of pigment, …
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October–November 2013, Blakely Hall
artEAST Exhibitions at Blakely Hall is pleased to feature an exhibit of pieces by artEAST member Julia Christensen Rackley. The Italian Dreams series is inspired by the artist’s trips to one of her favorite places, Italy. As part of the exhibit, Julie will be giving a talk about her …
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Thursday, March 28, 6:30-8:30 pm
We are honored to present curator Kelly Noel Morrison, from our current show, Touch! along with an extraordinarily talented panel of artists, who despite their vision disability, create masterful art. artEAST members and their guests are welcome. Refreshments provided.
Tony Brown (Facilitator)
I wear many different hats, having a …
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Salon Thursday January 24, 2013, 6:30–8:30 pm
Please join us for a talk by Layne Goldsmith on “Tradition and Creativity: Innovations in Fiber Work” in conjunction with our first show of 2013, Stitch. artEAST members and their guests are welcome. This promises to be a fascinating presentation on fiber trends and expansion of …
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February 2013 Artist’s Talk: Thursday, January 24, 7:00 pm
artEAST is pleased to announce that our guest artist for February will be Layne Goldsmith, our special guest juror and co-curator for Stitch. Ms Goldsmith’s work will be on display in our front window from January 24th through the end of the Stitch show.
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Artist’s Talk: Thursday, October 25, 7:00 pm
Ellen Hochberg will talk about her experiences studying and exhibiting abroad, including attending “Supermarket 12”, an international, independent artists’ fair in Stockholm, Sweden, and how those experiences have influenced the recent show she curated entitled “Who does she think she is?” which brought together 35 artists …
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