Art at the Schoolhouse on the grounds of Christianson’s Nursery, 15806 Best Road, Mount Vernon, features artist Candi Martin Baker in action Sunday and April 20. A diverse artist who paints in many mediums including acrylic, oil, tempera, pastel and watercolor, Baker will demonstrate her art in miniature both days.
As a member of the Stanwood-Camano Arts Guild, Baker received multiple accolades at the fifth annual Spring Art Show in 2007.
The Art at the Schoolhouse show is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily throughout the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. Twenty-three artists are showing and selling work at the 1888 schoolhouse on the grounds of Christianson’s Nursery.
Mountlake Terrace: The Chris Fuller Exhibit is on view through April 30 at Mountlake Terrace Library, 23300 58th Ave. W., Mountlake Terrace. An avid photographer, Chris Fuller is a student at Madrona Middle School in Edmonds. Three of his photos were shown at the Arts of the Terrace Juried Art Show in 2007.
Cole Gallery: “Designing Women,” new works in watercolor by Jill Ingram, opens Thursday at Cole Gallery &Artists’ Supplies, 107 Fifth Ave. S., Edmonds; 425-697-2787, www.ColeGallery.net. The exhibit continues through May 11.
Insights Gallery: “Skagit Legacy” is the April show at Insights Gallery, 516 Commercial Ave., Anacortes. Featured artists include Alfred Currier and John Simon.
“Where Is Home?”: An opening reception is set for 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday for the “Where Is Home?” exhibit at exPressive Arts Studio &Gallery, 3710 W. Mukilteo Blvd., Everett; 206-200-8258, www.exPRESSiveArtsStudio.com.
A visual response to the question “Where is home?” is represented in various media, exploring where we live, how we live, homelessness, transition, relocation, how we feel about where we live, our physical space, city, community, state and country.
“What Does Compassion Look Like?”: Friesen Gallery in Seattle announced that the entire exhibition “What Does Compassion Look Like?” has been acquired by Seattle University. The exhibition will soon be on permanent display on the Seattle University campus and be used as a teaching tool in the university’s interreligious dialogue program.
The artwork is on display through April 26 at Friesen Gallery, 1200/1210 Second Ave., Seattle; 206-628-9501.
“What Does Compassion Look Like?” brings together artists working in various styles and media all seeking to answer the same question. More than 40 renowned Northwest artists are included in the exhibition.
The gallery also is showing “Entropy,” work by Pacific Northwest artist Jeff Fontaine, with 16 mixed media paintings on steel.