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October2017
First Friday Artwalk - October 6 - 5 to 8 pm
Monthly shows run October 3 - October 28

Main Gallery Featured Artist

Paula Gill
Wetlands Sketchbook

Information about Show:

In her solo show "Wetlands Sketchbook," Paula creates watercolor effects with underglazes on hand-formed low fired ceramic paper clay tiles with a matte finish. The compositions are based on sketches done on site at local wetlands and estuaries.

Paula will present a Gallery Talk on Paper Clay October 10, Tuesday evening 6-7 pm

View some of Paula's Work

Union River Estuary
Guest Artist - Tracey-Mae Chambers - For the Love of Bees
Tracey-May is an Indigenous/Canadian visual artist residing in southern Ontario. She has been creating and developing a body of work comprised of encaustic vessels and sculptures.

Encaustic is an ancient art form The artist uses melted beeswax mixed with Damar resin to strengthen the wax and pigment to colour it. Then this mixture is used to paint on a porous surface. She has taken this luscious, delectable liquid and created sculpture with it in the form of vessels

Visit Tracey-Mae's Web Site

GuestArtist

October Workshops

Paint Your Heart Out Night
Angela Perryman

Create your very own “Bridge Home” masterpiece on a canvas. Paints, brushes, apron, and easel included. No experience needed.

Born in England Angela's interest in art began at an early age. Herearliest recollection is receiving high praise from my teacher about a drawing of mine. She has been most influenced by the works of the Impressionists: Monet, Renoir, and Seurat, to name a few and enjoys the use of acrylics, mixed media, clay, and watercolor to achieve a variety of colors and textures in my artwork.    "

$35.00
Booking ahead is a must and space is limited, so please call 360 731 0273 to register.

Wednesday, October 11, 6-8 pm


Wine & Fuse
Cindy DuVall

A Wine & Fuse class is a great class to learn how to cut glass and design your own wine coaster and bottle stopper. These are great for the holidays or for special gifts. We provide all the materials, you bring your own wine. $65. Register with Cindy DuVall at 360-265-0510.

65.00
Register with Cindy DuVall at 360-265-0510.

Saturday October 14 2:00-4:00 PM


Concert - Eugenie Jones Sings Ella Fitzgerald
Saturday, October 21, 7 to 9 PM
Doors open at 6:30


Eugenie Jones is a hometown artist who is making a name for herself on the national jazz stage. 

A Jazz Week Review top-50 artist and the first vocalist to be awarded Earshot Jazz NW Recording of the Year, Eugenie Jones is described as possessing, "A voice that covers words like pieces of silk covering precious stones." Seasoned by years of steady work following the release of her first album in 2013, and her 2015 release that enabled her to win the Golden Ear Award for Vocalist of the Year, the national performing artist displays the rhythmic authority, emotional insight, and melodic innovation of an artist who can hold her own in any company.

For this appearance, the Eugenie Jones Jazz Quartet will share songs from the Ella Fitzgerald songbook in honor of Fitzgerald's 100th birthday in her own inimitable style.  Jones will share tunes popularized by the irrefutable First Lady of Song and the Queen of Jazz, Ella Fitzgerald. Eugenie will sing and scat her way vivaciously through Great American Songbook selections while also drawing listeners inside original straight-ahead tunes that have earned her recognition as a cleverly gifted lyricist and authentic jazz vocalist.

Eugenie Jones Website

$18 in advance, $22 at the door

FOR TICKETS CALL: Collective Visions Gallery at 360 377 8327 or visit the Brown Paper Tickets website

Art Talk - October 18 - 6 to 8 pm

ART TALK meets at the gallery at 6:00 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month. Gallery members and non-members are invited to attend. This is an opportunity to discuss the creation process and share works-in-progress with other artists for their tips and pointers.
ArtTalk

 

   
First Friday Artwalk - November 3 - 5 to 8 pm
Monthly shows run October 31 - November 25

Main Gallery Featured Artist

Irm Bruser
Memorial Show

This will be a memorial show for Irm Bruser and will include art pieces that belong to collectors and art pieces that are for sale from her estate.

The event will include the CVG Anniversary Party.

November 19, Sunday afternoon 1-3 pm A Celebration of a Life in Art, a community gathering for Irm Bruser.
Guest Artist - Cheryl King
GuestArtist Cheryl King has had a lifelong love affair with art and beasts. She grew up exploring the wilds of the Pacific NW, garnering a reverence for nature that has imprinted upon her art today. Painting exclusively in oils, a turning point came in 2006 during a month of study in St. Petersburg Russia: bolstering her Russian Impressionist training and enriching her style. She prefers linen or aluminum to showcase her bold brushwork & adds fused glass to her smaller pieces for a unique approach. Fun, bold, honest and energetic; she brings these aspects to her artwork. Her constant goal is to honor the animal she paints in the manner it deserves: elevating a mere critter into a spectacular creation of Mother Nature.
Art Talk - November 15 - 6 to 8 pm

ART TALK meets at the gallery at 6:00 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month. Gallery members and non-members are invited to attend. This is an opportunity to discuss the creation process and share works-in-progress with other artists for their tips and pointers.
ArtTalk

 

First Friday Artwalk - December 1 - 5 to 8 pm
Month shows run November 28 - December 30

Main Gallery Featured Artist

Ken Lundemo
Sculpture and drawings (new and old )"

Information about Show:

 

Guest Artist - Cheryl King
GuestArtist Cheryl King has had a lifelong love affair with art and beasts. She grew up exploring the wilds of the Pacific NW, garnering a reverence for nature that has imprinted upon her art today. Painting exclusively in oils, a turning point came in 2006 during a month of study in St. Petersburg Russia: bolstering her Russian Impressionist training and enriching her style. She prefers linen or aluminum to showcase her bold brushwork & adds fused glass to her smaller pieces for a unique approach. Fun, bold, honest and energetic; she brings these aspects to her artwork. Her constant goal is to honor the animal she paints in the manner it deserves: elevating a mere critter into a spectacular creation of Mother Nature.

 

Boardroom Gallery Show

Marilynn Gottlieb
Slide Show

Collections of images from the exotic to the familiar are arranged as three dimensional art pieces. The arrangement of themed images in each piece creates an abstraction when viewed at a distance. The use of rescued aluminum slide mount holders hint at the original slideshows of decades past.
Art Talk - December 13 - 6 to 8 pm

ART TALK meets at the gallery at 6:00 p.m. on the third Wednesday of each month. Gallery members and non-members are invited to attend. This is an opportunity to discuss the creation process and share works-in-progress with other artists for their tips and pointers.
ArtTalk
 
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