July 7 – 30, 2022

Gallery 110 is excited to present Recommence, a collaborative seven member show serving as a continuation of our booth at the Seattle Art Fair.

Recommence represents that which begins again, a nod to the art fair returning as well as to the celebration of many of our members showing work together after many years – or for the very first time entirely. With an exciting mix of long term and brand new Gallery 110 members exhibiting together, Recommence is a joyous gathering among our artist community.

Matthew Behrend, who’s PhD research was in the first FDA approved retinal prosthesis for restoring sight, is a metal patina artist making work that connects to meditative or spiritual spaces beyond our senses and perceptions. Marie Okuma Johnston’s art is a safe space where she unpacks what it means to navigate a world where one is neither quite American nor Japanese, with many of her current pieces focusing on community healing, current events, and the presence of yōkai (spirits/ghosts) in modern society. Angshuman Sarkar tries to capture how landscape is shaped through forces of man or nature through time with his black and white landscape photographs. Nahom Ghirmay’s work explores identity and emotional experiences through different mediums; he’s always been fascinated with how we are able to convey countless emotions through facial expressions and body gestures. In its entirety, Recommence is a collection that acknowledges the necessity of natural cycles, reflection and community.

Participating artists:

Recommence will be on display at Gallery 110 from July 7 – 30. The gallery is open to the public from 12PM to 5PM on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays and by appointment. Or stop by during the Pioneer Square First Thursday Art Walk on July 7 from 4-8PM.

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About gallery110

Gallery 110’s mission is to provide dynamic opportunities to established and emerging professional artists in an environment that encourages creative expression, experimentation and collaboration. As a nonprofit organization, the gallery fosters artistic and professional connections between its associated artists and the arts community at large through creative dialogue, the presentation of challenging and enriching curated exhibitions, public opportunities and collaborative projects.