Two artists and former students of the photography program at Everett Community College will be exhibiting their work starting Wednesday in Seattle.
Regan Scheiber, Snohomish County’s Woman of the Year in Sports in 2001, and Craig Barber will be featured at Benham Gallery, 1216 First Ave., Seattle. A reception is planned from 6 to 8 p.m. April 10.
For more information, call 206-622-2480 or visit www.benhamgallery.com. The show runs through May 12.
Scheiber created “cyanotype photograms” from her first-born’s clothing. These are like blueprints and the vintage children’s clothing images appear in a ghostly impression. See her work at www.reganscheiber.com.
Scheiber concluded a 20-year swimming career with a solo swim across the English Channel in 2001 while three months pregnant.
Barber is a Vietnam veteran who used photography to help him recover from his tour of duty. His moody pictures capture an exotic landscape. His work can be seen at www.craigbarber.com.
Small-scale complexity: Artist Frederic Wong’s exhibit “Non Action Painting” begins Monday and runs through April 27 at the Edmonds Community College Art Gallery.
A reception is planned from 5 to 7 p.m. April 20 with violinist Rachel Wong and refreshments prepared by College Culinary Arts. The free event is at the gallery at Lynnwood Hall, 20000 68th Ave. W., Lynnwood.
Wong’s work is created by letting tea or another pigment stain ceramic tiles. These works look as if nature has created them because the artist has stepped aside to let the tea flow across the tile. The paintings are small, with complex levels of details.
Following his dream: A former lawyer turned restaurant owner turned artist, Zuolie Deng now devotes his time to painting, calligraphy, carving and poetry and will present his work during an April exhibition.
The exhibit begins Tuesday and runs through April 30 at the Edmonds Arts Festival Museum. Deng will also demonstrate his painting techniques from 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 19 at the museum, 700 Main St., Edmonds. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, call 425-771-1984 or 425-771-0228.
Deng, owner of Lo Ya Chai Studio in Seattle, uses mainly ink, color and rice paper and is influenced by music when he paints. His paintings include landscapes, flowers, birds, animals, figurative motifs and bamboo.
Spring has sprung: The Arts of Snohomish Gallery’s April exhibit is “Weave-N-Paint – The Art of Spring.”
The exhibit opens Tuesday and runs through April 30 at the gallery, 105 Cedar Ave., Snohomish. A reception is scheduled from 5 to 7:30 p.m. April 14. Reservations are required. Call 360-568-8648. Parking and admission are free.
On tap for the exhibit:
* Beth Preston of Snohomish molds organic materials and other fibers to form vessels and sculpture into works of art.
* Jeff Preston of Snohomish paints impressions of local landscapes and whimsy. The Orange Series on display is from his stint in Southern California.
* Cecelia Venolia of Lake Stevens creates watercolor and acrylic paintings and collage art work. She is a member of the Northwest Collage Society.
* Art Dujardin of Marysville creates impressionistic watercolor paintings that capture the Northwest’s water and landscapes.
I adorn you: “Rainment,” an art show that celebrates adornments, embellishments and the world, imagined and otherwise, of clothing and garments, opens Saturday with a reception planned from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Museum of Northwest Art, 121 S. First St., La Conner.
This is a figurative show, with the figure not always clearly defined. The garments can range from Asian to Egyptian to contemporary culture and American handicraft.
For more information, call 360-466-4446. General admission is $5, $4 for seniors and $2 for students.
“Untitled,” tea stains on ceramic, Frederic Wong
“Untitled,” pigment stains on ceramic, Frederic Wong
ABOVE: “Daisies Cheer the Heart,” Cecelia Venolia
LEFT: “Orange Vice,” Jeff Preston