Category Archives: Past Exhibitions

9th Annual Juried Exhibition

9th Annual Juried Exhibition
States of Becoming
February 7 – March 2, 2019

Juror: Carrie Dedon, Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art for the Seattle Art Museum

Juror Carrie Dedon, Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art for the Seattle Art Museum, has carefully chosen an outstanding collection of work from over 1,600 entries worldwide. Continue reading

What The Constitution?!

Nancy Coleman
West Gallery
January 2 – February 2, 2019

What The Constitution?! Cultural shifts are often driven by politics, which itself is based on assumptions and interpretations of our US Constitution. Coleman’s exhibit presents visually dramatic expressions of the current upsets engendered by ongoing misapplications of this important document.

The Holiday Show

Member Artists
December 6 – 22, 2018
All Galleries

The Holiday Show is back and better than ever! Join us this holiday season in support of our member artists by purchasing art at a discounted price. This is an ideal time to begin investing in your personal art collection or gifting an original artwork for the holidays. Continue reading

Auschwitz Interiors

David Beckley
November 1 – December 1, 2018
North Gallery

Beckley’s stark black and white photographs both disorient and reveal.

The Ghosts of Future Past

George Brandt
November 1 – December 1, 2018
East Gallery

Looking back at the many years of making images I found that there are a few that stand out and resonate – like visitors from another space and time, their mystery has only grown and deepened with the passage of time. At the time of their appearance these images felt like the harbingers of the future, full of intimations of what lay ahead, but now, years after I’ve made them, they seem at once very strange and familiar. I see them now as ghosts of future past.


Water Water Everywhere

Mimi Cernyar Fox
November 1 – December 1, 2018
West Gallery

“At Sea, the endless horizon is constant but moves like our boat cutting through the waves day and night with a steady hum.” Expressionist Artist Mimi Cernyar Fox’s paintings explode from her canvases with an intense energy, not unlike the experience of spending time with the water’s rhythm. Fox’s illusionistic paintings and a reference to the poem “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” bring the viewer into the grandeur and mystery of the sea. “There was a ship,” said he. Just as you might feel lost and overwhelmed after many days at sea, one can become lost in Coleridge’s tale and, perhaps, in these paintings.

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Water, Water Everywhere
Hatfield Marine Science Center Exhibition Gallery in South Beach, OR
April, May, June 2019


Susan Gans
October 4 – 27, 2018
North Gallery

Street Photography gives value to everyday life coming from chance public encounters. The focus on people observed in passing or on the remnants of their presence without them actually being there. An emotion, gesture or behavior tells a story worth remembering.

Visions of Global influence

Leonardo Lanzolla
October 4 – 27, 2018
West Gallery

Colorful visionary characters and creatures tracing intuitively Mankind’s spirit and personalities with quotes, signs and symbols of global influence.

The Optimist

Imaginary Friends

Susan Christensen
October 4 – 27, 2018
East Gallery

Christensen’s colorful imagination is joyfully enshrined in tiny mixed-media paintings evoking the fantastic creatures inhabiting fairy tales and fantasy.