Thursday, September 30, 2010

FIVE VIEWS and Lynnwood Exhibits are up!!!

Exhibit curated by Dayton K Knipher
Five Views
Bremerton WA
Collective Visions Gallery (CVG) in Bremerton now is showing an exhibit I curated featuring 4 other artists and myself.  "Five Views" showcases the art of Mark Lubich, Andrew Noel, Myra Gates, Steve Russell and 7 of my own pieces.
Artist reception; October 1st - during Bremerton's First Friday Artwalk and show will be up through the end of October.
Address: 331 Pacific Ave.  Bremerton WA - just two blocks from the ferry in downtown Bremerton
Hours: Tuesday - Sat 10-5 Sun 1 - 5
Here's what has been written about our show
"Five Views is an eclectic and exciting combination of photography and photographic art, fused glass, digital art and oil on canvas media to delight the eye and whet the palette for art.

Dayton K Knipher’s intriguing mirrored image photography and Myra Gates’ digital art trick the eye and beg closer examination, while Mark Lubich’s fused glass dazzles with mixed color and social commentary.

Photographer Steve Russell takes a plunge into the secret life of bugs and comes up with some amazing shots and Andrew Noel’s oils harken back to the impressionists but also bring a fresh and contemporary approach to landscapes of our region."

Hope you can join us in CVG’s October Boardroom exhibit and bask in each artist’s dynamic approach to both nature and human experience. All are unique, engaging and complimentary to the whole.

It's Not Easy Being Green

Lynnwood Arts Commission
Lynnwood, WA
Lynnwood Library Gallery
19200 44th Ave W.
September 27 - November 18
Artist Reception Saturday October 2nd from 11 to noon.

My piece titled "Intricate Fern" was juried in to this show.  Here's what I said about my piece:
"I love getting out in nature and photographing all her fascinating intricacies. I then use mirrored images of my original photo to create my abstract art. Intricate Fern shows such complex shadings of green, I felt it truly was a “study in green” as well as a gentle reminder of nature’s delicate balance and the need to preserve it."

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