Parklane Gallery NewsletterFine Art for Every Space
Rachel Muller presents “Marine Life”.
Aziza Saliev presents “In Her World”.
Geraldine Le Calvez celebrates 49 with Fruits, Lichen and Memories of France. Hilda Bordianu presents Earth, Sky and Water.
Parklane Gallery features new and exciting local artists throughout the year. Our guests include some of the area’s finest sculptors, painters, and jewelers.
Photographer Rob Tillley presents Colors of the Pacific Northwest.
Kimberly Leo presents In Search of Heart, a Pop Heart Series.
Parklane Gallery presents new featured artists every month. In January, 2022, Jeanette S Stofleth presents “Rebirth” and Kimberly Adams featured show is “Exploration of Color. Their shows run through February 6.
Juror Angela Bandurka lets us in on how she selected the award winners for the Miniatures category in Parklane Gallery’s Winter Show of Miniatures and Small Works.
Juror Angela Bandurka lets us in on how she selected the award winners for the Small Works category in Parklane Gallery’s Winter Show of Miniatures and Small Works.
Parklane Gallery’s “Winter Show of Miniatures and Small Works” features hundreds of pieces of original artwork created by artists from all around the world. This must-see show runs from November 4, 2021 – January 2, 2022. Shop for the perfect holiday gift of fine art in person or online.
When Parklane artists Nancy Bradley, Jean Burnett and Donna Wallace ventured together through Iceland, they came away with three uniquely individual impressions of a land filled with spectacular waterfalls, glaciers, volcanos, vast open spaces, and isolated homesteads.
Glass artists Ginger Carter and Sandi Staples present a featured show full of colorful and vibrant mosaics.
The Great Annual NW Art Exhibition 2021 presented by the Puget Sound Group Northwest Artists and hosted by Parklane Gallery features fine art from nationally and internationally recognized northwest painters. Show Dates: Sept 9 – Oct 3
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.
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.
Award winners in both the Miniature as well as the Small Works category of this spectacular exhibit.