Parklane Gallery NewsletterFine Art for Every Space
Turn up the volume and view full screen to view a selectionof art from our July-August, 2021 Guest Artists.July - August, 2021 Guest Artists Barb Goodfellow Childs Barb stumbled into pottery at Central Washington University while earning a degree in Business...
Turn up the volume and view full screen to view the artat the front of the gallery in June, 2021August 4– September 5, 2021Piyush Arora presents acrylic pour and resin-based paintings inspired by the themes of ocean, waves and water. Lisa Marie Kostal presents images...
Lois Haskell presents a show of landscapes inspired by the misty beauty of the Northwest which inspire a sense of peace. Leanna Leitzke has painted all of her life and her approach to creating artwork takes on many eclectic styles.
Turn up the volume and view full screen to view the artat the front of the gallery in June, 2021June 10 – July 4, 2021Julia Goloshubin and Marcus Howell Painting primarily with oil because of the vibrancy of color and versatility of paint, Julia Goloshubin presents...
When you begin a trip to an unfamiliar destination, it’s good to have a roadmap handy (or GPS, Google map, etc.). Likewise, when you first see a painting or fine art photograph, a different kind of “roadmap” called composition has been used by the artist when creating the artwork to make a pathway for your eyes to travel into, around, and through the piece.
Parklane Gallery currently has eleven guest artists, including Ed Thayer, Susan Cohen Thompson, Angshuman Sarkar, Tracy Felix, Rohini Mathur, Lisa DeBaets, Steve Jensen, Ellen Kenny, Philip Carrico, Catherine James, and Jennifer Graves,
Turn up the volume and view full screen to view a selectionof art from the May, 2021 Featured Artist Shows.May, 2021 Kimberly Adams: Color Me HappyPresenting a collection of oil paintings by modern contemporary artist Kimberly Adams. While painting the artist’s mind...
Kimberly Leo presents “Crystal Layers and Light” using resin, mica, paint and glitter to create ethereal pieces. Gabrielle Le Calvez presents: “The Opposite Attracts”, highlighting differences between form, shapes and colors.
The late American artist Georgia O’Keeffe referred to the act of creating successful artwork as “filling a space in a beautiful way.” One of the ways that can take place is the unifying of color and design.
Parklane Gallery rings in the new year with a featured show of small works presented by the Kirkland Gallery’s forty local artists.
Parklane Gallery opens its 30th year in Kirkland with a Group Show including Joan Frey, Omar Torres Rivera & Forrest Goldade, a Spotlight Artist, Kimberly Leo, and a January Featured Artist, Aziza Saliev.
Award winners in both the Miniature as well as the Small Works category of this spectacular exhibit.
Let’s assume that you’d like to have a piece of artwork to enhance your home or office. Be it painting, photograph, glasswork, or sculpture (to name a few), how will you decide which one to choose?
Sculpture and pottery can cover an expansive range of artwork. At Parklane Gallery, our artists offer bronze casting and stone sculpture, as well as expressing themselves with artistic creations made of clay.
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.
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.
What kind of art do you like? We offer a brief overview of various art styles.