October 3 – November 2, 2013

First Thursday Artwalk Opening, October 3rd, 6 -8pm
Artist Reception: Friday, October 11, 5 – 8 pm

Front Gallery:

Perfect Families
Fab Rideti

In her new series of photographs titled Perfect Families, Fab Rideti underscores the multiplicity of the family face via the literary vehicle of the seven deadly sins.


Fab Rideti, Gluttony

The essence and richness of human nature resides in contrasts. Each of Rideti’s photographs offers two contrasting views of the same family. Merging disparate realities into what appear to be a single scene spotlights the all-too-human desire to appear as kinder, more generous, and generally “better” than we are.

It’s Arts Crush time again tpslogo

Arts Crush is a collaborative, month-long arts and cultural festival aimed at Engaging CommunityCreating AccessInspiring Creativity and Building Arts Participation. The festival takes place throughout the entire month of October and is managed by Theatre Puget Sound.

Gallery 110 is happy to partner with Theater Puget Sound for a third year to help build our Arts community.

Reveal Yourself
First Thursday October 3rd, 2013 6 to 9 pm

As part of Arts Crush, Fab Rideti will create a photographic installation made of dual portraits of Arts Crush participants on the theme of duplicity, Show us your two faces, the social you and the other really real you.  Humor and fun are guaranteed.  Portrait shootings will be onsite at Gallery 110 during First Thursday Artwalk. This exhibition is appropriate for adults and kids.

Creative Writing workshops
October 15th, 2013 French Workshop: 7:00 to 9:30 pm
October 29th, 2013 English Workshop: 7:00 to 9:30 pm

Want to experience the craft of narrative writing? Discover the pleasure and write for 50 minutes on a theme related to Fab Rideti’s exhibition, Perfect Families. This writing exercise will be followed by sharing your work with other participants. Two workshops will be offered, one in French, the other in English. Send an email for information and registration to writingatg110@hotmail.com.

Back Gallery:

Gallery 110 Artists

Portraits describe the likeness, personality, and the mood of a subject, usually an individual, in all media. Historically, politicians, royalty, and commoners were the subject matter. Today social networking sites are being used to define personal identities and self-portraits.

Ronald Hall, Satchel Paige

Ronald Hall, Satchel Paige

Sean Fansler, Self Portrait

Sean Fansler, Self Portrait

Nancy Coleman, Scanning Myself

Nancy Coleman, Scanning Myself

Curated by Ray Schutte Descriptions will present the exploration of portraiture by various Gallery 110 artists in all media and styles.