Ann Morris: Crossing Through
Lisa Harris Gallery
Let your mind drift gently in the artistic waters of Crossing Through. Using organic materials (twigs, seaweed, leaves, flower petals, etc.), Ann Morris crafts elegantly delicate and natural boat sculptures that breathe a springtime air into Lisa Harris Gallery. Opening reception at 6.
Buster Simpson: Double Bound
Greg Kucera Gallery
The man who helped create Seattle’s eco-art movement heads to Greg Kucera Gallery to present his latest collection of sculptures. Whether crafting pieces from salvaged wood or creating unusual material studies out of ceramic glazes and wire mesh, Simpson always strives for work that’s simultaneously challenging and interesting. Opening reception at 6.
Ceramics Invitational: NW Clay
In the hands of regional artists, clay becomes floral arrangements, contemplative human busts, twisting gourdes, simple pipes, humorous figurines, pottery (of course), and more. Traver Gallery's Ceramics Invitational: NW Clay brings together 15 artists for a diverse celebration of molded ingenuity. Opening reception at 5.
Claire Johnson: Cordillera
The paintings of Claire Johnson have always captured landscapes in a direct and honest way without striving for any sense of photorealism. The bold colors and soft strokes she employs tap into the spirits of the locales she commits to her large canvases. Cordillera takes a look at the topographic extremes of the the Sierra Nevadas. Opening reception at 6.
Art in True Fashion
Abmeyer + Wood
It's no secret that there's plenty of cross-pollination between the world of fine art and fashion. Recent years have seen fashion focused exhibits gracing the Seattle Art Museum, Frye Art Museum, and Tacoma Art Museum, among others. Abmeyer + Wood interweaves the two worlds with its latest ensemble exhibition, Art in True Fashion, which explores unique style statements via paintings, drawings, glass and wire sculptures, and more. Opening reception at 5.