May, 2016


Show Runs May 4 - May 29
First Friday Artwalk May 6, 5 to 8 pm



In The Main Gallery

CVG Artists
ARS POETICA: Where Poetry Meets Art


 Paula Gill
Every year for the past 5 years, local galleries and poets have celebrated Ars Poetica, an event in which the poets of the West Sound submit their poems to a jury panel who select the best to send on to the artists of the region for interpretation. When the art is finished we hold readings to get together, hear the poems, study the art and talk it all over.

This year there will be poetry readings:
In Bremerton at Collective Visions and Toro Lounge,
In Poulsbo at Front Street Gallery and the Poulsbohemian Coffeehouse, and
In Bainbridge Island at BIMA and at San Carlos Grill. We invite you to join us.

Here's more information on dates, locations, and times of art shows and poetry readings.

 




In The Boardroom Gallery


Bremerton High School
Bricolage:
Annual Spring Art Show


  


A French flea market is typically announced by a sign proclaiming 'Bricolage' which means officially a ' construction or creation from a diverse range of available things.'  
Bremerton High School art students bring fresh perspectives in producing art in a diverse collection in mediums of their own invention, a bricolage, and give us thereby a window on their lives. Come to CVG and experience the future.

Featured Artists for June at CVG

in the Main Gallery
Irm Bruser


in the Boardroom
Pat Wilson





 

 

 

Notable Events

WORKSHOPS

May 14
Explore Color and Composition with
Susan Cavanaugh


Susan Cavanaugh

Susan Cavanaugh presents composition & color mixing in this watercolor workshop.
We will add three colors to our palettes working with color & value shifts.shifts.
May 14th 1 to 4pm. $65
Collective Visions Gallery, 331 Pacific Avenue, Bremerton.
The Olympic College Clay Club will present a slide show and talk by Darroll Clark on the subject "Silicone Clay."
Silicone Clay was developed by Darroll Clark while he was getting his Masters of Fine Art in Ceramics at the University of Puget Sound. The material he created is like rubber while in its greenware state but the silicone transforms during the firing leaving the finished piece rigid porcelain clay. Silicone clay is so pliable while in its green state that it can be knitted or tied into knots. That flexibility allows ceramic artists new forms of expression not attainable with regular clay.