Opening Reception for Art Gallery Exhibit “Tripping Paint,” Thurs., Nov. 5

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Join us Thurs., Nov. 5 from 5-7 p.m. for the Opening Reception of “Tripping Paint,” the newest exhibit in the Administration Building (1000) art gallery.

TRIPPING PAINT: EXPRESSIONS OF REAL AND IMAGINED PLACES featuring works by Faculty Member Bob Hutchinson
NOVEMBER 2nd, 2015 – JANUARY 1st, 2016
Lobby, Administration Building 1000

Bob Hutchinson’s expressionistic landscape and seascape paintings explore the dynamics of gesture, color and form. They reference nature and sometimes, specific locations. The varying degrees of abstraction in Hutchinson’s work reference his influences, such as Hiroshige, Howard Hogkins, Richard Diebenkorn, Emil Nolde and Wolf Kahn.

New Exhibit in Admin Bldg. Art Gallery “Tripping Paint” Opens Nov. 2

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TRIPPING PAINT: 
EXPRESSIONS OF REAL AND IMAGINED PLACES featuring works by Faculty Member Bob Hutchinson
NOVEMBER 2nd, 2015 – JANUARY 1st, 2016
Lobby, Administration Building 1000

Opening Reception: Thursday, November 5th 5 – 7 p.m.
Lobby, Administration Building 1000

Bob Hutchinson’s expressionistic landscape and seascape paintings explore the dynamics of gesture, color and form. They reference nature and sometimes, specific locations. The varying degrees of abstraction in Hutchinson’s work reference his influences, such as Hiroshige, Howard Hogkins, Richard Diebenkorn, Emil Nolde and Wolf Kahn.

Duwamish Revealed Exhibit Opening Reception Thurs., Oct. 8

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Shoreline Community College Art Gallery presents… 
DUWAMISH REVEALED

Please join us this Thurs., Oct. 8 from 5-7 p.m. for the opening reception of Duwamish Revealed. Check out the stunning exhibit and enjoy a guest performance at 6 p.m.

The exhibit will be showing in the Art Gallery in the lobby of the Administration building (1000 bldg.) Oct. 5-30. The Duwamish Revealed exhibit is the culminating event of the community project that took place in south Seattle from May to September, 2015. It involved a series of outdoor art installations, performances, community activities and other adventures to celebrate Seattle’s only river. In the hopes of reaching out to all of the different language and cultural groups along the river, the project directors, Nicole Kistler and Sarah Kavage, worked with the multi-lingual outreach team at the Environmental Coalition of South Seattle. The Shoreline Community College Art Gallery is honored to share in this celebration by bringing art installations, cultural artifacts, photo documentation and performance from the project to our campus.

Please join us at the opening reception to celebrate the efforts of our local artists, writers, performers, cultural groups, and campus faculty in this exciting celebration of the Duwamish River!

Sculpturer and Experimental Print Artist Jean Behnke’s Work Shows in the Campus Art Gallery, March 2

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Beginning Monday, March 2 artist Jean Behnke will take over the art gallery in the lobby of the Administration building (1000 bldg.) with her show titled “The Geisha and the Hawthorn Stump.” The show runs through April 10.

In a show that represents an ongoing investigation of a self-created fable, Jean delights in the synchronicity of things, considering intersections of intimate and infinite experience that reinforce a sense of wonder. Jean’s inventive printmaking and sculpture easily crosses mediums combining materials/media and uses methods of casting, assemblage and relief printing.
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Jean founded Anchor art space in 2008 and is currently a member of the La Conner Arts Commission. Jean lives in La Conner and on Lopez Island in northwest Washington State.

Be sure to stop by the art gallery in the lobby of the 1000 building and check out her work between March 2 and April 10!

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