Parklane Gallery NewsletterFine Art for Every Space
Parklane Gallery has glass artwork and jewelry that dazzles! Our glass artists design and produce an array that glitters and glows and is guaranteed to fascinate. Our jewelers offer one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted creations you will love to wear.
Featured in August: Forrest Goldade, Joan Frey, Jean Burnett, Aziza Saliev, Geraldine Le Calvez, Ilona Brustad, Irena Jablonski, John Cannon, Rob Tilley and Phyllis McDaniel.
CALL FOR ARTISTS:
WINTER SHOW OF MINIATURES AND SMALL WORKS — November 1, 2020 – January 2, 2021
Marne Jensen works with a variety of painting media including acrylic, collage, and colored pencil.
Digital art involves a computer, it may or may not involve a camera, and it is a relative newcomer to the art scene.
At Parklane Gallery we have artists who use a camera instead of a brush as a means of creative expression.
We are pleased to announce that Parklane Gallery will be opening starting Thursday, June 18, from 1 until 5. Going forward, we will be open every Thursday through Sunday from 1 until 5. We welcome visitors and are following State health guidelines. To keep everyone safe, masks will be required. We invite you to stop by and enjoy our distinctive contemporary art created by Northwest artists. Free parking at the Kirkland Public Library.
What kind of art do you like? We offer a brief overview of various art styles.
One of the joys that makes Parklane Gallery special is the opportunity for you to experience and appreciate art from a variety of cultures.
Jeff Lane travels the world to capture wildlife, panoramic landscapes and floral photographs.
Once upon a time a small group of talented artists got together and decided to open a sweet little fine art gallery in downtown Kirkland.
This month our gallery would usually be very busy with our annual Miniature show – now postponed to November. We wish we were all coming together to view some amazing art at this time, but we hope you are all well and enjoying your time at home as much as possible.
Daffodils and Tulips, A virtual tour with paintings and photographs by Parklane Artists.
When life gets tough, people throughout time have always leaned on the arts and each other to lift their spirits and sustain their hope.
For the last 30 years Parklane Gallery, located in the heart of downtown Kirkland, has given our community a peaceful area of respite.
A little drama, a bit of humor, a dash of magic, and loads of creativity … all this goes into Julia Goloshubin’s paintings on canvas.
Heidi Barnett loves the circular shapes from various items. The circular shape breaks away the lines and gives you a sense of movement.
A play of color, an embracing of the monochrome, reality colliding with a dream. This show manifests itself as a deeply intense collusion of the norm with a psychedelic taste.
March, 2020 Spotlight Artist Lois Haskell grew up in a small New England town with a large artist community.