‘New Year, New Art’ show open

  • Tue Jan 12th, 2010 8:46pm

Enterprise staff

Gallery North’s resident artists present “New Year, New Art,” a collection of fresh art works ranging from paintings to pottery created specifically for this show. The original paintings include color pencil, watercolor, oil, and acrylic while the three dimensional pieces include wood carving, pottery, fused glass, and jewelry. There will also be a selection of new photographic prints.

This is the first of the year’s featured shows and celebrates the 49th birthday of Gallery North, one of the oldest artist cooperative galleries in the United States. The gallery currently represents a select group of local Pacific Northwest artists who provide the community with a wide range of artwork and one-of-a-kind treasures.

Member artists include Bonnie AuBuchon, painting, jewelry; Kim Caldwell, painting; Joyeanna Chaudiere, paper, basketry; Cecile Disenhouse, painting; Gayle Franklin, glass fusing, jewelry; Gary Georger, pottery; Brenda Hall, painting; Ruth Handewith, painting; Delores Haugland, painting; J.R. Hawse, painting, jewelry; Peggy Jacobs, painting; Phil Kollen, photography; June McCallum, watercolor, acrylic and mixed media; Christine Meshew, painting; Anne Moon, painting; Thomas A. Olson, painting; Shirley Palm, painting, collage; Paula Parks, colored pencil; John Patterson, oil painting; Cheryl Richey, painting; Stan Rust, woodworking; Mara Sparks, pottery; Sam Spencer, photography; Dinah Steveni, pottery; Karen Towey, Raku pottery; David Varnau, bronze sculpture; John Vandebrooke, encaustic; Kathy Walker, painting.