Terrain 12
Oct
4
to Oct 5

Terrain 12

TERRAIN 12 is just around the corner and it’s going to be one of the biggest and best and most beautiful barrages of local artistic talent to date!

MUSICAL LINE-UP (order and times TBD):
Jango
DJ Donuts
Mountains in the Sea
Cristoper Lucas
Jenny Anne Mannan and Her Angel Band
Bad Motivator
Colton Panter
T.S. The Solution
Heat Speak
BaLonely
the EMILYS
Kung Fu Vinyl
Yiel Wuol

LITERATURE PARK LINE UP: TBD

DESIGN: Maker and Made

#weallbuildthis

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Terrain 12 - Preview Night
Oct
3
6:00 PM18:00

Terrain 12 - Preview Night

All of the magic of Terrain, just a bit more relaxed. 

Since opening up our exclusive Artist Reception to the public a couple years back, Preview Night has quickly become a coveted staple to our annual Terrain event.

Limiting tickets to only 1,000, this is an opportunity to experience Terrain at a much slower pace. You'll get the opportunity to purchase artwork before anyone else, introduce yourself to and ask questions of the artists, and have the convenience of skipping the lines.

With over 250 artists, poets, filmmakers, musicians, etc. exhibiting and performing over 450 works, this is the BIGGEST Terrain ever. There is also:

  • A ton of new artists making their very first Terrain appearance

  • And of course, a lot of familiar favorites returning with stunning new work

meet the artists • buy art first • beat the crowds

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September Gallery Show | Things Change
Sep
26
to Sep 28

September Gallery Show | Things Change

The Jacob’s Ladder was a toy we forgot. We flipped it, watched its cascading blocks fall as if they could forever, then we threw it in a box and left it for decades. It was a puzzle we couldn’t solve - a simple mystery and an unanswered question.

As adults, we were confident we could comprehend it - reverse engineer and calculate the coefficients, deconstruct it and build it over-sized, watch it closely in slow motion. We thought we would understand, and yet it has left us equally bewildered.

Things Change is a brand new collection of work by Spokane based Factory Town.

It consists of over-sized Jacob’s Ladders and is inspired by the nostalgia of childhood and the modern world’s constant reminder that things are forever changing and forever the same.

Gallery open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 6 - 8pm

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September Gallery Show | Things Change
Sep
19
to Sep 21

September Gallery Show | Things Change

The Jacob’s Ladder was a toy we forgot. We flipped it, watched its cascading blocks fall as if they could forever, then we threw it in a box and left it for decades. It was a puzzle we couldn’t solve - a simple mystery and an unanswered question.

As adults, we were confident we could comprehend it - reverse engineer and calculate the coefficients, deconstruct it and build it over-sized, watch it closely in slow motion. We thought we would understand, and yet it has left us equally bewildered.

Things Change is a brand new collection of work by Spokane based Factory Town.

It consists of over-sized Jacob’s Ladders and is inspired by the nostalgia of childhood and the modern world’s constant reminder that things are forever changing and forever the same.

Gallery open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 6 - 8pm

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September Gallery Show | Things Change
Sep
13
to Sep 14

September Gallery Show | Things Change

The Jacob’s Ladder was a toy we forgot. We flipped it, watched its cascading blocks fall as if they could forever, then we threw it in a box and left it for decades. It was a puzzle we couldn’t solve - a simple mystery and an unanswered question.

As adults, we were confident we could comprehend it - reverse engineer and calculate the coefficients, deconstruct it and build it over-sized, watch it closely in slow motion. We thought we would understand, and yet it has left us equally bewildered.

Things Change is a brand new collection of work by Spokane based Factory Town.

It consists of over-sized Jacob’s Ladders and is inspired by the nostalgia of childhood and the modern world’s constant reminder that things are forever changing and forever the same.

Open Friday and Saturday from 6 - 8pm

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September Gallery Show | Things Change
Sep
12
6:00 PM18:00

September Gallery Show | Things Change

The Jacob’s Ladder was a toy we forgot. We flipped it, watched its cascading blocks fall as if they could forever, then we threw it in a box and left it for decades. It was a puzzle we couldn’t solve - a simple mystery and an unanswered question.

As adults, we were confident we could comprehend it - reverse engineer and calculate the coefficients, deconstruct it and build it over-sized, watch it closely in slow motion. We thought we would understand, and yet it has left us equally bewildered.

Things Change is a brand new collection of work by Spokane based Factory Town.

It consists of over-sized Jacob’s Ladders and is inspired by the nostalgia of childhood and the modern world’s constant reminder that things are forever changing and forever the same.

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September Gallery Show | Things Change
Sep
7
6:00 PM18:00

September Gallery Show | Things Change

The Jacob’s Ladder was a toy we forgot. We flipped it, watched its cascading blocks fall as if they could forever, then we threw it in a box and left it for decades. It was a puzzle we couldn’t solve - a simple mystery and an unanswered question.

As adults, we were confident we could comprehend it - reverse engineer and calculate the coefficients, deconstruct it and build it over-sized, watch it closely in slow motion. We thought we would understand, and yet it has left us equally bewildered.

Things Change is a brand new collection of work by Spokane based Factory Town.

It consists of over-sized Jacob’s Ladders and is inspired by the nostalgia of childhood and the modern world’s constant reminder that things are forever changing and forever the same.

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September Gallery Show | Things Change
Sep
6
5:00 PM17:00

September Gallery Show | Things Change

The Jacob’s Ladder was a toy we forgot. We flipped it, watched its cascading blocks fall as if they could forever, then we threw it in a box and left it for decades. It was a puzzle we couldn’t solve - a simple mystery and an unanswered question.

As adults, we were confident we could comprehend it - reverse engineer and calculate the coefficients, deconstruct it and build it over-sized, watch it closely in slow motion. We thought we would understand, and yet it has left us equally bewildered.

Things Change is a brand new collection of work by Spokane based Factory Town.

It consists of over-sized Jacob’s Ladders and is inspired by the nostalgia of childhood and the modern world’s constant reminder that things are forever changing and forever the same.

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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
31
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
30
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
24
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
23
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
22
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
17
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
16
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
15
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
10
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
9
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
8
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
3
6:00 PM18:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe
Aug
2
5:00 PM17:00

August Gallery Show | Worrisome exhibition by James Gouldthorpe

The Terrain Gallery proudly presents Worrisome: Short Stories, an exhibition of new work by Bay Area artist James Gouldthorpe. Operating at the intersection of literature and visual art, Worrisome is an immersive installation of narrative paintings. Inspired by old photos, vintage magazines, and film, Gouldthorpe tells stories through his carefully edited collection of original works on paper. Viewers are invited to make connections within the densely pinned and layered drawings, following narratives that are rich in character and setting.

Worrisome: Short Stories features narratives that invoke a rural noir. With titles like The Night Susan Krueger Disappeared, Busted Knuckles, and Breakfast at Wildwood Trailer Park, these visual tales have a cinematic quality in their comprehensive vision, suspenseful mini-dramas, and tightly executed moments. Gouldthorpe creates immersive graphic novels through a process he describes as “writing a painting.” The exhibition includes a wall of “edits” which feature characters and scenes that were cut from the short stories’ primary narratives.  



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July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling
Jul
27
6:00 PM18:00

July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling

July’s gallery show is a solo exhibit of Katharine Spilker.

Signs of Feeling is a gathering of the artist’s recent work that explores the relationships that occur among different materials, the forms they take, and the emotional resonances that these new bodies can imbue. Katharine’s sculptures attempt to hold up and navigate the contentions found in human feeling—our desire for connection, as well as the forces both within us and outside of us that complicate that desire. She is interested in exploring this “in-between” space in physical form in order to better understand how relating these polarities can signal to the emergence of new ways of being. Within her practice she uses natural and found materials that are mutable in nature and can visually inform this duality, something hovering between fragility and density. Form is intuitively built by combining materials and observing the way they react and influence one another, until an undoing approaches. Reaching this point of balance between surviving and unraveling is where we learn to let go.


#weallbuidthis #spokavore

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July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling
Jul
26
6:00 PM18:00

July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling

July’s gallery show is a solo exhibit of Katharine Spilker.

Signs of Feeling is a gathering of the artist’s recent work that explores the relationships that occur among different materials, the forms they take, and the emotional resonances that these new bodies can imbue. Katharine’s sculptures attempt to hold up and navigate the contentions found in human feeling—our desire for connection, as well as the forces both within us and outside of us that complicate that desire. She is interested in exploring this “in-between” space in physical form in order to better understand how relating these polarities can signal to the emergence of new ways of being. Within her practice she uses natural and found materials that are mutable in nature and can visually inform this duality, something hovering between fragility and density. Form is intuitively built by combining materials and observing the way they react and influence one another, until an undoing approaches. Reaching this point of balance between surviving and unraveling is where we learn to let go.


#weallbuidthis #spokavore

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July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling
Jul
25
6:00 PM18:00

July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling

July’s gallery show is a solo exhibit of Katharine Spilker.

Signs of Feeling is a gathering of the artist’s recent work that explores the relationships that occur among different materials, the forms they take, and the emotional resonances that these new bodies can imbue. Katharine’s sculptures attempt to hold up and navigate the contentions found in human feeling—our desire for connection, as well as the forces both within us and outside of us that complicate that desire. She is interested in exploring this “in-between” space in physical form in order to better understand how relating these polarities can signal to the emergence of new ways of being. Within her practice she uses natural and found materials that are mutable in nature and can visually inform this duality, something hovering between fragility and density. Form is intuitively built by combining materials and observing the way they react and influence one another, until an undoing approaches. Reaching this point of balance between surviving and unraveling is where we learn to let go.


#weallbuidthis #spokavore

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July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling
Jul
20
6:00 PM18:00

July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling

July’s gallery show is a solo exhibit of Katharine Spilker.

Signs of Feeling is a gathering of the artist’s recent work that explores the relationships that occur among different materials, the forms they take, and the emotional resonances that these new bodies can imbue. Katharine’s sculptures attempt to hold up and navigate the contentions found in human feeling—our desire for connection, as well as the forces both within us and outside of us that complicate that desire. She is interested in exploring this “in-between” space in physical form in order to better understand how relating these polarities can signal to the emergence of new ways of being. Within her practice she uses natural and found materials that are mutable in nature and can visually inform this duality, something hovering between fragility and density. Form is intuitively built by combining materials and observing the way they react and influence one another, until an undoing approaches. Reaching this point of balance between surviving and unraveling is where we learn to let go.


#weallbuidthis #spokavore

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July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling
Jul
19
6:00 PM18:00

July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling

July’s gallery show is a solo exhibit of Katharine Spilker.

Signs of Feeling is a gathering of the artist’s recent work that explores the relationships that occur among different materials, the forms they take, and the emotional resonances that these new bodies can imbue. Katharine’s sculptures attempt to hold up and navigate the contentions found in human feeling—our desire for connection, as well as the forces both within us and outside of us that complicate that desire. She is interested in exploring this “in-between” space in physical form in order to better understand how relating these polarities can signal to the emergence of new ways of being. Within her practice she uses natural and found materials that are mutable in nature and can visually inform this duality, something hovering between fragility and density. Form is intuitively built by combining materials and observing the way they react and influence one another, until an undoing approaches. Reaching this point of balance between surviving and unraveling is where we learn to let go.


#weallbuidthis #spokavore

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July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling
Jul
18
6:00 PM18:00

July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling

July’s gallery show is a solo exhibit of Katharine Spilker.

Signs of Feeling is a gathering of the artist’s recent work that explores the relationships that occur among different materials, the forms they take, and the emotional resonances that these new bodies can imbue. Katharine’s sculptures attempt to hold up and navigate the contentions found in human feeling—our desire for connection, as well as the forces both within us and outside of us that complicate that desire. She is interested in exploring this “in-between” space in physical form in order to better understand how relating these polarities can signal to the emergence of new ways of being. Within her practice she uses natural and found materials that are mutable in nature and can visually inform this duality, something hovering between fragility and density. Form is intuitively built by combining materials and observing the way they react and influence one another, until an undoing approaches. Reaching this point of balance between surviving and unraveling is where we learn to let go.


#weallbuidthis #spokavore

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July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling
Jul
13
6:00 PM18:00

July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling

July’s gallery show is a solo exhibit of Katharine Spilker.

Signs of Feeling is a gathering of the artist’s recent work that explores the relationships that occur among different materials, the forms they take, and the emotional resonances that these new bodies can imbue. Katharine’s sculptures attempt to hold up and navigate the contentions found in human feeling—our desire for connection, as well as the forces both within us and outside of us that complicate that desire. She is interested in exploring this “in-between” space in physical form in order to better understand how relating these polarities can signal to the emergence of new ways of being. Within her practice she uses natural and found materials that are mutable in nature and can visually inform this duality, something hovering between fragility and density. Form is intuitively built by combining materials and observing the way they react and influence one another, until an undoing approaches. Reaching this point of balance between surviving and unraveling is where we learn to let go.


#weallbuidthis #spokavore

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July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling
Jul
12
6:00 PM18:00

July Gallery Show | Signs of Feeling

July’s gallery show is a solo exhibit of Katharine Spilker.

Signs of Feeling is a gathering of the artist’s recent work that explores the relationships that occur among different materials, the forms they take, and the emotional resonances that these new bodies can imbue. Katharine’s sculptures attempt to hold up and navigate the contentions found in human feeling—our desire for connection, as well as the forces both within us and outside of us that complicate that desire. She is interested in exploring this “in-between” space in physical form in order to better understand how relating these polarities can signal to the emergence of new ways of being. Within her practice she uses natural and found materials that are mutable in nature and can visually inform this duality, something hovering between fragility and density. Form is intuitively built by combining materials and observing the way they react and influence one another, until an undoing approaches. Reaching this point of balance between surviving and unraveling is where we learn to let go.


#weallbuidthis #spokavore

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