For the first time ever Warren Knapp Gallery has opened it's doors to a variety of up and coming artists from the Northwest and it's surrounding areas. We scoured the Puget Sound for emerging artists, giving you access to a wide variety of quality original artwork. Whether you like abstract art, landscape–painting, or metal sculpture you'll find affordable art for your home or office at our March event.
PARKLANE GALLERY, Kirkland, WA
Parklane Gallery is the only artist-owned gallery in the Kirkland, Washington arts community. Its more than 35 members share responsibility for all aspects of managing the gallery. Each of us volunteers our time to staff the gallery’s daily shifts, and to serve on the Board of Directors and the committees that keep the gallery running efficiently. All of our events, such as the Kirkland Art Walk and artist receptions, are volunteer activities.
Sammamish Valley Art Center Hollywood Artwalk
Every fourth Thursday each month from 5 pm - 8 pm
The Hollywood District in Woodinville Wine Country is a destination for visitors from northwest Washington and out of town tourists that visit the 20+ wine tasting rooms, unique retail shops and restaurants. Venues participating in the Art Walk include Gallery 113, wine tasting rooms, restaurants, salons, antique shops, unique boutiques and coffee shops.
For Immediate Release
C Art Gallery Announces
Dr. Mona Lake Jones appearance for "A Room Full of Sisters" Reception
Seattle, WA - February 18, 2010 - Celebrate Women's History Month with "A Room Full of Sisters" art exhibit and reception Thursday, March 4, 2010, 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the C Art Gallery with special guest Seattle Poet Laureate and author Mona Lake Jones whose poem, "A Room Full of Sisters" inspired the exhibit.
"A room full of sisters like jewels in a crown
Vanilla, Cinnamon, and Dark Chocolate Brown..."
"A Room Full of Sisters" recognizes the diversity of women and celebrates Women's History Month with the work of 17 artists in various mediums.
Featured artists include: Beverly Shaw Starkovich, Sue Gill Rose, Jacqui Beck, Esperanza Grundy, Eric D. Salisbury, Shirley Rudolf, Mary Mac Dahlke, Cheryl Richey, Jennifer Tucker, Jane Mayer, Mimi Boothby, Deborah Espinosa, Karen Champion, Noura El-Kordy, Lita Kenyan, Judith Smith and Reagan Jackson.
The exhibit is on display from February 21 - March 28, 2010.
About C Art Gallery
C Art Gallery is located at 855 Hiawatha Place South, Seattle.
The mission of the gallery is to expose and promote artists of different
cultural backgrounds to diverse audiences.
Gallery hours are Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 3pm-7pm,
Mona Lake Jones is a writer, orator, and educator. She served as Poet Laureate for the City of Seattle for five years and presently serves for Washington State's King County. Her books include The Color of Culture I, II and IIIand her most recent release Unleashing the Power of a Sister. For more information about Mona Lake Jones http://www.monalakejones.com/.
C Art Gallery
If you would like more information or to schedule an interview with an artist, contact Sonya Green, Art Curator at 303-818-0746 or 206-322-9374 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image above from corner right and on the bottom from left to right: Tribes by Karen Champion,
Sisters by Beverly Shaw Starkovich, Sisters Dance by Jacqui Beck, Sisters 2 by Shirley Rudolph,
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Esperanza Grundy.
Copyright 2006 by Shirley Rudolf's Watercolors. Artwork may not be used without permission of the Artist. All Rights Reserved. Last Updated December 2007.