Marble crosses that were former grave markers are loosely piled together. Cross + Over
Michael Creger + Shelly Donohoe + Carole Duree + Jessi Eaton + Larry Lawlor + Kim Lewis + Benjamin C. […] Posted January 15, 2019
Charcoal and pastel drawing of dead dog laying in street. For Who You Are
Song Dog, 2016, charcoal and pastel on paper, 38″ x 50″ Artist: Debra Beers Dates: November 8 to December 15, […] Posted November 7, 2018
The work continues The Work Continues
Dates: October 6 to November 3, 2018 Opening celebration: Saturday, October 6, 2-5pm Gallery talk and reception: Wednesday, October 24, […] Posted October 5, 2018
Conkle Sketchbook It’s Always Dusty Because Everything is Falling Apart
Bruce Conkle Summer Residency at the North View Gallery Primal Foundations, 2018, oil, metal leaf, diamonds on panel, 24″ x 18.5″ Portland […] Posted July 11, 2018
View of some artwork Student Art Show: Flourish
Dates: May 29 – June 11, 2018 Awards reception: Thursday, May 31, 2-4pm Participating students JoAnn Albrecht Kylee Andersen Tania […] Posted June 8, 2018
Timberline Timberline
Dates: April 5 to May 18 Artist talk followed by reception: Thursday April 5, 4-7pm Gallery hours: Monday through Friday […] Posted April 5, 2018
Artwork Joshua West Smith
Southern California-based artist Joshua West Smith will be exhibiting a series of recent photographs and sculptures. The suite of photographs explore nature, beauty, harshness and sympathetic alien bodies. Posted February 20, 2018
Artwork A Good Pink
In A Good Pink, a collective of six artists join forces to explore the ambiguity and power of pink's many diverging identities, participating in an inquisitive dialogue around these idiosyncratic relationships. Posted January 10, 2018
Artwork GlitchScape
An exploration of the intersection between painting, photography, and digital imagery. Commingling abstraction and representation, artist Ruth Lantz approaches her painted works through a series of filtration systems: perceptual, process driven, and painterly. Posted November 1, 2017
Artwork Old Powerhouse
An experimental artwork by Michelle Weinstein that centers upon two architectural forms: the pyramids of Ancient Egypt, and an electrical powerhouse located on the University of British Columbia campus. Posted August 30, 2017