Current Exhibitions

Marine Birds in Decline

Mimi Cernyar-Fox
July 5 - 28, 2018 July 14 at 2pm: Artist talk. Please RSVP to
July 21 at 2pm: Presentation and discussion by Joseph Karl Gaydos of the SeaDoc Society, with a reception for the artist. Living near the mudflats on the Washington coast, Mimi is immersed in the poetry of marine life. "Marine Birds in Decline," a story from 2014 in the Seattle Times, prompted Mimi to use art to bring attention to the plight of beautiful shorebirds. Read the story that inspired the exhibition here:  Seattle Times news story by Craig Welch, Seattle Times staff reporter ... Read More

Skagit Palette: Color + Motion, Abstract Tulip-Field Photography

Phil Eidenberg-Noppe July 5-28, 2018 Artist statement: The area surrounding the mouth of the Skagit River, where it enters into Puget Sound in northwest Washington State is a fertile farming region called the Skagit Valley. It is probably best known for one particular crop which is typically grown in the spring of each year – tulips. Typically during April of each year large swaths of land in the Skagit Valley bloom forth with a riotous bonanza of color. While the locations, colors and timing of the tulips vary from year to year, one thing does not – the draw for ... Read More