il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show
Dec
15
6:00 PM18:00

il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show

  • Terrain Gallery in the Washington Cracker Buidling (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In "il·lu·mi·na·tion", The PORTAL Collective invites the viewer to step into a highly immersive site-specific installation. Using interactive projections and audio recordings, Shantell Jackson, Roin Morigeau, and Asia Porter have rendered their individual pen + ink work into imagined digital topographies. It is largely taken for granted how entrenched white hetero-patriarchy has become in our day-to-day lives. From the clothes we wear, the sidewalks we walk down, to the very buildings we inhabit. PORTAL’s "il·lu·mi·na·tion" answers the question, “What else?”. Wielding poetry, visual art, digital design, and contemporary storytelling methods as tools, we are not dismantling the master's house, we are building a home of our own. 

PORTAL is the antidote to creative isolation.

"Il·lu·mi·na·tion" is the threshold.

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il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show
Dec
20
6:00 PM18:00

il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show

  • Terrain Gallery in the Washington Cracker Buidling (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In "il·lu·mi·na·tion", The PORTAL Collective invites the viewer to step into a highly immersive site-specific installation. Using interactive projections and audio recordings, Shantell Jackson, Roin Morigeau, and Asia Porter have rendered their individual pen + ink work into imagined digital topographies. It is largely taken for granted how entrenched white hetero-patriarchy has become in our day-to-day lives. From the clothes we wear, the sidewalks we walk down, to the very buildings we inhabit. PORTAL’s "il·lu·mi·na·tion" answers the question, “What else?”. Wielding poetry, visual art, digital design, and contemporary storytelling methods as tools, we are not dismantling the master's house, we are building a home of our own. 

PORTAL is the antidote to creative isolation.

"Il·lu·mi·na·tion" is the threshold.

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il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show
Dec
21
6:00 PM18:00

il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show

  • Terrain Gallery in the Washington Cracker Buidling (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In "il·lu·mi·na·tion", The PORTAL Collective invites the viewer to step into a highly immersive site-specific installation. Using interactive projections and audio recordings, Shantell Jackson, Roin Morigeau, and Asia Porter have rendered their individual pen + ink work into imagined digital topographies. It is largely taken for granted how entrenched white hetero-patriarchy has become in our day-to-day lives. From the clothes we wear, the sidewalks we walk down, to the very buildings we inhabit. PORTAL’s "il·lu·mi·na·tion" answers the question, “What else?”. Wielding poetry, visual art, digital design, and contemporary storytelling methods as tools, we are not dismantling the master's house, we are building a home of our own. 

PORTAL is the antidote to creative isolation.

"Il·lu·mi·na·tion" is the threshold.

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il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show
Dec
22
6:00 PM18:00

il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show

  • Terrain Gallery in the Washington Cracker Buidling (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In "il·lu·mi·na·tion", The PORTAL Collective invites the viewer to step into a highly immersive site-specific installation. Using interactive projections and audio recordings, Shantell Jackson, Roin Morigeau, and Asia Porter have rendered their individual pen + ink work into imagined digital topographies. It is largely taken for granted how entrenched white hetero-patriarchy has become in our day-to-day lives. From the clothes we wear, the sidewalks we walk down, to the very buildings we inhabit. PORTAL’s "il·lu·mi·na·tion" answers the question, “What else?”. Wielding poetry, visual art, digital design, and contemporary storytelling methods as tools, we are not dismantling the master's house, we are building a home of our own. 

PORTAL is the antidote to creative isolation.

"Il·lu·mi·na·tion" is the threshold.

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il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show
Dec
22
6:00 PM18:00

il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show

  • Terrain Gallery in the Washington Cracker Buidling (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In "il·lu·mi·na·tion", The PORTAL Collective invites the viewer to step into a highly immersive site-specific installation. Using interactive projections and audio recordings, Shantell Jackson, Roin Morigeau, and Asia Porter have rendered their individual pen + ink work into imagined digital topographies. It is largely taken for granted how entrenched white hetero-patriarchy has become in our day-to-day lives. From the clothes we wear, the sidewalks we walk down, to the very buildings we inhabit. PORTAL’s "il·lu·mi·na·tion" answers the question, “What else?”. Wielding poetry, visual art, digital design, and contemporary storytelling methods as tools, we are not dismantling the master's house, we are building a home of our own. 

PORTAL is the antidote to creative isolation.

"Il·lu·mi·na·tion" is the threshold.

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Lauren Schubring - Terrain Day!
Dec
23
12:00 AM00:00

Lauren Schubring - Terrain Day!

Thank you to Lauren for sponsoring this day of Terrain! Lauren sponsored this day in her words, “To spread the Christmas Adam cheer! Christmas Adam is the day before Christmas Eve (Adam before Eve). It's a day right in all of the anticipation of Christmas, where you can make your own annual traditions and celebrate with friends! Join us in celebrating Christmas Adam this year :)”

Start a new tradition with Lauren and thank her for supporting Terrain!

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Jun
7
12:00 AM00:00

Hadley Morrow - Terrain Day!

Hadley Morrow sponsored this day of Terrain because it is her birthday as stated by Hadley she supports this day “Because I love art and this was the day I was born and obviously art is a part.”

Want to support your very own day of Terrain? Go to www.terrainspokane.com/terrainday to find out how.

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il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show
Dec
14
6:00 PM18:00

il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show

  • Terrain Gallery in the Washington Cracker Buidling (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In "il·lu·mi·na·tion", The PORTAL Collective invites the viewer to step into a highly immersive site-specific installation. Using interactive projections and audio recordings, Shantell Jackson, Roin Morigeau, and Asia Porter have rendered their individual pen + ink work into imagined digital topographies. It is largely taken for granted how entrenched white hetero-patriarchy has become in our day-to-day lives. From the clothes we wear, the sidewalks we walk down, to the very buildings we inhabit. PORTAL’s "il·lu·mi·na·tion" answers the question, “What else?”. Wielding poetry, visual art, digital design, and contemporary storytelling methods as tools, we are not dismantling the master's house, we are building a home of our own. 

PORTAL is the antidote to creative isolation.

"Il·lu·mi·na·tion" is the threshold.

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il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show
Dec
13
6:00 PM18:00

il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show

  • Terrain Gallery in the Washington Cracker Buidling (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In "il·lu·mi·na·tion", The PORTAL Collective invites the viewer to step into a highly immersive site-specific installation. Using interactive projections and audio recordings, Shantell Jackson, Roin Morigeau, and Asia Porter have rendered their individual pen + ink work into imagined digital topographies. It is largely taken for granted how entrenched white hetero-patriarchy has become in our day-to-day lives. From the clothes we wear, the sidewalks we walk down, to the very buildings we inhabit. PORTAL’s "il·lu·mi·na·tion" answers the question, “What else?”. Wielding poetry, visual art, digital design, and contemporary storytelling methods as tools, we are not dismantling the master's house, we are building a home of our own. 

PORTAL is the antidote to creative isolation.

"Il·lu·mi·na·tion" is the threshold.

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il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show
Dec
8
6:00 PM18:00

il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show

  • Terrain Gallery in the Washington Cracker Buidling (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In "il·lu·mi·na·tion", The PORTAL Collective invites the viewer to step into a highly immersive site-specific installation. Using interactive projections and audio recordings, Shantell Jackson, Roin Morigeau, and Asia Porter have rendered their individual pen + ink work into imagined digital topographies. It is largely taken for granted how entrenched white hetero-patriarchy has become in our day-to-day lives. From the clothes we wear, the sidewalks we walk down, to the very buildings we inhabit. PORTAL’s "il·lu·mi·na·tion" answers the question, “What else?”. Wielding poetry, visual art, digital design, and contemporary storytelling methods as tools, we are not dismantling the master's house, we are building a home of our own. 

PORTAL is the antidote to creative isolation.

"Il·lu·mi·na·tion" is the threshold.

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il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show
Dec
7
5:00 PM17:00

il-lu-mi-na-tion Gallery Show

  • Terrain Gallery in the Washington Cracker Buidling (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

In "il·lu·mi·na·tion", The PORTAL Collective invites the viewer to step into a highly immersive site-specific installation. Using interactive projections and audio recordings, Shantell Jackson, Roin Morigeau, and Asia Porter have rendered their individual pen + ink work into imagined digital topographies. It is largely taken for granted how entrenched white hetero-patriarchy has become in our day-to-day lives. From the clothes we wear, the sidewalks we walk down, to the very buildings we inhabit. PORTAL’s "il·lu·mi·na·tion" answers the question, “What else?”. Wielding poetry, visual art, digital design, and contemporary storytelling methods as tools, we are not dismantling the master's house, we are building a home of our own. 

PORTAL is the antidote to creative isolation.

"Il·lu·mi·na·tion" is the threshold.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
24
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Dark Wave Disco
Nov
23
7:00 PM19:00

Dark Wave Disco

Terrain's celebration of all things synthesizer. 

Featuring live music, hands-on interactive synthesis, drink specials, and DJs spinning all your favorite new wave and electronic hits.

PERFORMANCES BY:
Hoaxes
- Mini Murders
Water Monster
- DJ Drug Lord (Minneapolis, MN)

INTERACTIVE SYNTHESIS:
- Organisynth, a table-sized sequencer that allows you to create cosmic grooves with up to 8 friends or complete strangers
-Synthsizer workshop led by local nonprofit Technological Tax.



Thanks to our sponsor Icicle Brewing

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
23
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
17
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
17
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
16
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
15
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
10
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
9
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
8
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
8
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show
Nov
2
6:00 PM18:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Cage Doll Gallery Show - Opening Reception
Nov
2
5:00 PM17:00

Cage Doll Gallery Show - Opening Reception

The work in this exhibit explores two underlying themes - the barriers that we experience as women that have held us back as well as the personal power that we draw on as women when we flourish. Historically power has been associated with force but is now undergoing a transformation and is being seen as the ability to make a difference in the world by enhancing the lives of others. Artists Kimber Follevaag and Sylvia Darcy hope to promote conversations that further the definition of what it means to be powerful and what it means to be free of cages.

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Nov
1
8:00 AM08:00

Lucy DePaolo - Terrain Day!

Thank you to Lucy DePaolo for supporting this day of Terrain. As this is the Día de Muertos, Lucy chose this day “to commemorate all the artist I love who have passed away.”

Want to support your very own day of Terrain? Go to www.terrainspokane.com/terrainday to find out how.

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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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