Currently Showing In the Allied Arts Gallery
2018 Gallery Series – WACK: Collaborate, Cooperate, Create!
August 3-25, 2018
Opening Reception: August 3, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Allied Arts of Whatcom County’s 2018 Gallery Series welcomes back WACK, Whatcom’s Artists of Clay and Kiln. WACK is a non-profit organization dedicated to ceramic artists from Whatcom County with a passion for creative expression with clay. We are excited to present this exhibit, honoring clay’s malleable shapes and forms.
This year, we challenged members to team up with other artists and create something new together for at least some of the pieces. Some are partnering with other ceramic artists and some teaming up with artists in other mediums. So we should have some interesting new work!
2018 Gallery Series: Organic Reaction
September 7-30th, 2018
Opening Reception: September 7th, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Allied Arts of Whatcom County’s 2018 Gallery Series is excited to present Organic Reaction, an exhibit dedicated to the inspiration and beauty of the natural world, and the art that can be made from it. Featuring work from Penny Bamford, Nancy Canyon, John D’Onofrio, Suzannah Gusukuma, and Shannon Kirby. Allied Arts presents this show in conjunction with Endangered Species, an ongoing exhibit at Whatcom Museum, which highlights artists’ unique ability to bring attention to the importance of biodiversity and the protection of endangered species from diverse ecosystems. Together, these exhibits honor nature and coexistence.
Local writer John Hoyte will also be on-hand during the opening reception signing copies of his new book Persistence of Light.
This exhibit is a partnership with the Whatcom Museum’s Endangered Species: Artists on the Front Line of Biodiversity happening September 8, 2018 – January 6, 2019.
2018 Gallery Series: Color!
October 5-27, 2018
Opening Reception: Oct. 5, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Allied Arts of Whatcom County’s 2018 Gallery Series is excited to introduce an exhibit celebrating the many mechanisms of color in its influence on meaning, texture, and aesthetic. Color! represents an artists’ ability to draw the eye with vibrancy and movement, featuring artists such as Christopher Morrison, Damian DiNitto, Marjie Miller, and Victor Flores.
The Allied Arts Gallery is dedicated to providing a professional space for local artists of every background and experience level to present and sell their work, supporting the arts and artists of Bellingham’s community. For more information visit www.alliedarts.org or contact: Katy Tolles, Artist Services Coordinator at 676-8548 x2 or firstname.lastname@example.org.