Zac Aquino presents his new collection, an intertwining of math, geometry, tessellations, and the concept of the infinite. Very much inspired by traditional Filipino tattoo patterns and motifs, Aquino creates his art to embrace his cultural roots; allowing him to reconnect to his identity and rich ancestral heritage and traditions.
Moses vibrantly captures images of the things that people enjoy putting them to canvas in this series of distinctive paintings. Staples composes intricately detailed images using thousands of pieces of hand-broken glass to illustrate and celebrate the beauty of birds..
Goldade’s “Northwest Eclectic” evokes a love for colors of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. His is a palimpsest of past work and new; creating imagery that evoke a love of place. Phyllis McDaniel presents “Our Natural World,” an exhibition of photographs showcasing local flora and fauna. Larey McDaniel presents “Time Travel,” a collection of steam train images photographed on film.
October 2022 Featured Artists
October 5 – November 6, 2022 Artists’ Reception: Saturday, October 12 from 5-7 PM
Poetry, like visual art, can evoke personal impressions. This unique show invites viewers to enjoy the visions of Lois Haskell and Donna Wallace, as they used the words of poets to inspire their individual expressions.
“Tweet, Chirp, Twitter, Hoot” is an exhibit of the numerous birds Sylvia Portillo has drawn to share her love of those she has seen or hopes to see while living in the Pacific Northwest. Sylvia says that the most interesting step towards making artwork about these beautiful, delicate creatures is the research required to turn intimate details into lifelike drawings.