Land/Escape Gallery Show
Oct
5
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Terrain 11
Oct
5
to Oct 6

Terrain 11

TERRAIN 11 | OCTOBER 5TH

FREE!! A celebration of new energy and fresh ideas from all over the artistic spectrum. 2D, 3D, multi-media & performance art. Bands, DJs, film, literary works, and more! 

Featuring hundreds of artists, dozens of performers, a full musical line-up and YOU, all in the beautiful Jensen-Byrd building.

Presenting Sponsor: STCU
Space Sponsor: WSU Spokane Health & Sciences
Event Sponsor: Guardian Life 
Print Sponsor: Pressworks
Literature Park Sponsor: Coordinated Care

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Terrain 11 - Preview Night
Oct
4
6:00 PM18:00

Terrain 11 - Preview Night

Last year, responding to artists and art lovers alike who wanted a more intimate night to view art, meet artists, and buy original works, we invited the public to our exclusive artist's reception for the first time.  

Terrain-ophiles like you responded like crazy:

  • Over 1,000 people got tickets.

  • We completely sold out, and way faster than we expected.

  • The night was magical as heck, fueled by people like you.

We expect this year to sell out even faster, so we're starting to sell tickets earlier:

Still on the fence? Here's a little detail about this year's event:
With over 250 artists, poets, filmmakers, musicians and other artists exhibiting and performing over 500 works across all media, this is already the biggest Terrain ever, with

  • Tons of new emerging artists making their first appearance

  • Lots of familiar favorites returning with stunning new work

Preview night is amazing because there's:

  • No line

  • Fewer people

  • More opportunity to buy art

  • More time to meet and talk with artists

  • An exclusive musical lineup (announced soon)

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
29
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
28
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
27
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
22
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
21
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
20
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
14
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
13
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
8
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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Land/Escape Gallery Show
Sep
7
5:00 PM17:00

Land/Escape Gallery Show

Touching off the Spokane River and environs, these works are based in nature, observations of streams, ponds, and creatures, architecture of plant, rock or building. The work is contemplative and subjective, not purely representational. While the work is diverse, there is a sympathy between us and the works we create.

Artists Featured in Show:

MARIAH BOYLE | mariahboyleart.com - Mariah Boyle holds an MFA in Painting & Drawing from Washington State University and a BA in Art, Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, OR.  Mariah has been an artist in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Vermont Studio Center and Centrum. She is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient.  She teaches at Spokane Falls Community College.

JOHN DeROULET | johnderoulet.com - John graduated from Gonzaga University with a BA in Fine Arts.   He has exhibited extensively including at Kolva Sullivan, Terrain, Dodson’s and at the Chase Gallery. His work was exhibited at the Music City Building with Window Dressing.  

KAREN MOBLEY | karenmobley.com - Karen holds an MFA from the University of Oklahoma and a BFA from the University of Wyoming.  She was artist in residence AIR Studio Paducah, Jentel Foundation, Brush Creek Foundation, and for the Spokane County Library District at the Lab.  She has participated in Spokane’s Window Dressing installation program, Terrain, and over 100 exhibitions throughout the US.

ROIN MORIGEAU | roinmorigeau.com - Roin graduated from Prescott College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Political Ecology. They exhibited at Emerge Gallery and Terrain.   They participated in the Window Dressing Creative Enterprise Program | Spokane, WA. They also participated in Terrain Bazaar.

ELLEN PICKEN | ellenpicken.com - Ellen has created murals in Spokane, Coeur D’Alene and Seattle.  Ellen is an Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) recipient. She has been a resident at Vermont Studio Center, St. Gertrude’s Monastery and GlogauAIR in Berlin, Germany.  She holds a BA in Visual Communications Design and a BFA in Printmaking from Eastern Washington University.

 

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
30
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
25
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
24
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
23
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
18
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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Copy of helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
17
5:00 PM17:00

Copy of helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
16
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
11
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
10
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show
Aug
9
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show - Closed Event
Aug
4
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show - Closed Event

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show - Closed Reception
Aug
3
5:00 PM17:00

helveticka's CX30 Gallery Show - Closed Reception

How does a creative firm celebrate 30 years in business? Creatively.

Curated, designed, written, and installed by CK Anderson and his team at helveticka, CX30 pays tribute to 30 talented collaborators the firm has worked with over the last three decades – and shares their unique perspectives on the creative experience.

Artists, photographers, illustrators, programmers, videographers, media buyers, printers, animators, fabricators, composers – even a cartoonist – share insights; recall interesting, funny, or challenging circumstances; reveal breakthrough moments in their careers; offer business philosophies; and, at times, describe poignant moments. Work from commercial visual artists will also be on display.

If you work in or around the creative industry, you’ll find these stories compelling and relatable. If you’re thinking about a career in the arts, or new to the creative profession, you’ll find them inspiring and informative. Even if you’re none of the above, you’ll still discover some amazing local talent – the sort of creativity most people just don’t realize is out there.

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Home Studies Gallery Show
Jul
27
5:00 PM17:00

Home Studies Gallery Show

In installations and photographs, Julie Gautier-Downes leads us on a journey through abandoned homes, creating both the visual and emotional experiences of the scenes she constructs. These mediums offer a unique angle of inquiry that feeds her pursuit of connection to absent figures.

Each installation represents a real or imagined trauma or failure and allows Gautier-Downes the ability to engage her audience in a multi-sensory, self-directed experience. These fractured environments become monuments to failed relationships, lifestyles, and dreams. In her work, she continues to question the seemingly inherent physical stability of a house and the different ways that houses decay over time.

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Home Studies Gallery Show
Jul
26
5:00 PM17:00

Home Studies Gallery Show

In installations and photographs, Julie Gautier-Downes leads us on a journey through abandoned homes, creating both the visual and emotional experiences of the scenes she constructs. These mediums offer a unique angle of inquiry that feeds her pursuit of connection to absent figures.

Each installation represents a real or imagined trauma or failure and allows Gautier-Downes the ability to engage her audience in a multi-sensory, self-directed experience. These fractured environments become monuments to failed relationships, lifestyles, and dreams. In her work, she continues to question the seemingly inherent physical stability of a house and the different ways that houses decay over time.

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Home Studies Gallery Show
Jul
21
5:00 PM17:00

Home Studies Gallery Show

In installations and photographs, Julie Gautier-Downes leads us on a journey through abandoned homes, creating both the visual and emotional experiences of the scenes she constructs. These mediums offer a unique angle of inquiry that feeds her pursuit of connection to absent figures.

Each installation represents a real or imagined trauma or failure and allows Gautier-Downes the ability to engage her audience in a multi-sensory, self-directed experience. These fractured environments become monuments to failed relationships, lifestyles, and dreams. In her work, she continues to question the seemingly inherent physical stability of a house and the different ways that houses decay over time.

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Home Studies Gallery Show
Jul
20
5:00 PM17:00

Home Studies Gallery Show

In installations and photographs, Julie Gautier-Downes leads us on a journey through abandoned homes, creating both the visual and emotional experiences of the scenes she constructs. These mediums offer a unique angle of inquiry that feeds her pursuit of connection to absent figures.

Each installation represents a real or imagined trauma or failure and allows Gautier-Downes the ability to engage her audience in a multi-sensory, self-directed experience. These fractured environments become monuments to failed relationships, lifestyles, and dreams. In her work, she continues to question the seemingly inherent physical stability of a house and the different ways that houses decay over time.

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Home Studies Gallery Show
Jul
19
5:00 PM17:00

Home Studies Gallery Show

In installations and photographs, Julie Gautier-Downes leads us on a journey through abandoned homes, creating both the visual and emotional experiences of the scenes she constructs. These mediums offer a unique angle of inquiry that feeds her pursuit of connection to absent figures.

Each installation represents a real or imagined trauma or failure and allows Gautier-Downes the ability to engage her audience in a multi-sensory, self-directed experience. These fractured environments become monuments to failed relationships, lifestyles, and dreams. In her work, she continues to question the seemingly inherent physical stability of a house and the different ways that houses decay over time.

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