Artist Nikki McClure returns to Land to share the original pieces from her 2019 calendar as well as paper-cuts from her new book with The Decemberists’ Colin Meloy about the legendary Pete Seeger “The Golden Thread.”
Using only an x-acto knife, Nikki transforms a single piece of black paper into something magical. Pulling inspiration from the world around her, she creates a strong, thoughtful, female-driven narrative of life in the Pacific Northwest through her paper-cuts.
Opening reception Saturday, November 10th from 2 to 4p.
Show runs daily from November 10 – December 2, 2018.
Don’t miss the opening of this tremendous collection of new work by acclaimed artist and New York Times best-selling author Emily Winfield Martin.
Thursday, October 11 from 6-9pm at Land Gallery.
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The inside of Land Gallery is now on Google Maps street view! You can even walk upstairs and see the fabulous show from this summer by Allison Cole.
The Kingdom of The Pearl is the latest show by acclaimed artist Emily Winfield Martin.
Emily has explored a life under the moon and travelled to the past with her latest collection of work. Snakes, pharaohs, and powerful women inhabit her canvases for this series.
The opening reception with the artist is on Thursday, October 11th from 6-9pm.
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We’re thrilled to have all of the originals from Allison Cole’s stunning show Lost Together now online for viewing.
Lost Together is a fantastic new body of work, a series of narrative paintings inspired by Allison Cole’s young son who is autistic.
Join us for a reception with the artist on Friday, August 10, 2018 from 6-9pm.
The show open to the public daily August 10 – September 23, 2018.
Allison Cole is an illustrator from Providence, Rhode Island who is constantly following her imagination, drawing and dreaming up new collections of work. Over the past fifteen years she has honed her artistic vision creating original art and illustrations for a wide variety of clients and patrons.
Colby Nichols of Creative Director at Jolby & Friends and the Father of Noodle Buddies is coming to our booth at the Mississippi Street Fair this Saturday, July 14th from 10am to 6 pm with a brand new project.
He’s created, drawn, named and signed over 100 different ramen illustrations and created a custom, human-powered vending machine booth to sell them out of.
Without giving away too many spoilers, you can see his sketches of this TARDIS-like device in these secret plans we obtained from Noodle Buddy HQ.
Yard Sale Time!
Not only are we hosting the fabulous Noodle Buddies, but we’re also doing our great annual Yard Sale. All year we collect all our seconds, our slightly damaged books, bent-eared cards and shirts and on Saturday of street fair we put ’em all on a table and sell them at HUGE DISCOUNTS.
We’ll be offering shirts for SEVEN DOLLARS each, or two for ten bucks! We’ve got books and journals all at least 50% off and some up to 80% off! We’ve got notecards and stickers as low as 50¢.
Here’s faithful Land Gallery staffer and artist extraordinaire Molly Mendoza pricing down books right now as I write this, going crazy with red dots and a sharpie. She can’t be stopped ladies and gentleman. She won’t be stopped. So come on out Saturday, July 14th from 10am to 6 pm and grab some Noodle Buddies and insane discounts.
Work from over fifty different artists is now available online as part of our fabulous Lebowskiland show. The show runs through July 22nd in the gallery. Come and check it out if you get a chance, or view most of it online.
Colby Nichols of local design firm Jolby & Friends fame has created a series of almost a hundred different “Noodle Buddies” illustrations. They’re adorable little illustrations of personified ramen.
He’ll be part of our booth for the Mississippi Street Fair on July 14th. He’s setting up a faux-vending machine and will be on-hand to dispense them.
Saturday, July 14th from 10:00a – 6:00p
This piece by Ryan Sprague of Pavlov Visuals will be part of the festivities this Thursday, June 28th from 6-9pm.
After a sold out screening at The Hollywood Theater earlier this week, we’re flying high on the love people are showing for the 20th Anniversary of The Big Lebowski.
We’ve got White Russians with vodka from New Deal Distillery and over 50 artists work that we’re stoked to share with you. So come on out!