Josh Kenyon’s Shapey Seas takes inspiration from the Ocean, and his body of work depicts him trying to find hope in a grim future of the Earth’s dying coral reefs.
Josh Kenyon’s proceeds from the show will be donated to the The Coral Reef Alliance.
Most of the show has been sold, but there are still a few choice pieces left. The show is up in the gallery through April 8, 2018.
Jason has been a friend of the gallery since before we opened, so it’s always great to see new work from him. These fun enamel pins (and a bunch of similar patches) are now available in the gift shop or online.
Josh Kenyon’s first-ever solo show is shaping up to be amazing.
He’s come up with twenty-eight pieces, including this fabulous piece made with a piece of driftwood he found while at the coast.
RSVP on Facebook for the Artist Reception — Free & Open To The Public
A bear sat on our porch and won’t go away!
Immerse yourself in the world of artist Rilla Alexander with an exhibition that brings to life the characters of her new picture book A Bear Sat On My Porch Today.
Created in collaboration with author Jane Yolen, it is a book for all ages about reluctant hospitality and generous inclusivity.
Join us for a reception with Rilla on Saturday April 21 from 1pm-3pm and a reading at 2pm.
The show is open daily, free and open to the public from April 21 until May 20.
First solo art show from Josh Kenyon, Shapey Seas is a collection of drawings and sculptures inspired by coral.
Join us for a reception with the artist on Friday, March 9, 2018 at 6pm.
The show is free and open to the public daily March 9 — April 8, 2018.
We’re thrilled to be working with the talented students of the Pacific Northwest College of Art on a group print show. Join us Friday, January 26th from 6-9pm. The show runs through February 25th.
We’re open daily 10am – 6pm beginning Tuesday, December 26th.
Want to learn how to make your own adorable plush toys?
Join us for Mikey Anderson’s Slothie Yarnie Sewing Workshop! Bring a friend or fly solo and meet fun people. Come in empty handed and leave with your very own handmade plush sloth! No sewing experience necessary. Kids and adults welcome!
Your entry fee includes all materials needed to make your very own plush Slothie plus instruction by Yarnies creator Mikey Anderson.
Mikey creates quirky little characters for the enjoyment of being immersed in his own imaginative world. These characters range from adorable foxes to little hipster dudes who come in the form of plush toys, zines, and key-chains he calls “Yarnies.” They are silly, colorful, and googly-eyed creature that wear plaid shirts and bow ties that are reminiscent of the retro cartoons his generation grew up with.
Grab your ticket today!
We’ve re-stocked our selection of framed prints in the gallery. Unlike most of our shows, this one is grab-and-go. See one you like? Great, take it downstairs, pay for it, and leave with some great art. We’ll be continually adding new pieces and restocking throughout the season, so swing by.