Past Exhibitions

Along Those Lines

Micah Evans

Along Those Lines

September 7 - 28

Regular Gallery Hours: 10 – 4, M – F

240 2nd Ave S, #100
Seattle, WA 98104
206-621-8422

Micah Evans is an internationally acclaimed artist who is known for blurring the lines between art, craft, form, and function. His latest works, featured in ALONG THOSE LINES, draw on themes of history, memory, and erosion. Micah is from the Pacific Northwest and currently resides in Austin, Texas.

Animal Wrongs

Justin Parisi-Smith

Animal Wrongs

July 6 – August 31

Artist's Receptions:
July 6 and August 3, 5 – 8 pm

Regular Gallery Hours: 10 – 4, M – F

240 2nd Ave S, #100
Seattle, WA 98104
206-621-8422

Justin’s work revolves around strong-content driven satire, inspired by environmental and socially conscious concerns. This exhibition creates both direct and open-ended narratives using playful animals and severed limbs. Justin celebrates humor in many modes: whimsy, wit, parody, irony, and nonsense. All of the work featured in Animal Wrongs was created at Pilchuck, with the support of the community.

POP CULTURED

Danny White & Megan Stelljes

POP CULTURED

May 4 - June 29, 2017
Open Reception, Thursday, May 4, 5 - 8

Pilchuck Seattle
240 2nd Ave S. #100
Seattle, WA 98119
206-632-8422

Using humor and satire as a platform, Danny White draws from everyday life experiences and popular culture to influence his work. Megan Stelljes’ style and work are guided by her deep love of color, and an interest in reinterpreting commonplace objects to find deeper, hidden meaning. Together, White and Stelljes present POP CULTURED, featuring new works that explore the relationship between humor and consumerism, and the absurdity of our time.

Regular Gallery Hours: M - F, 10 - 4.

HUSH.ED

HUSH.ED

Pioneer Square First Thursday Artwalk
Thursday, April 6, 2017, 5 - 8 PM
Pilchuck Seattle
240 2nd Ave S, #100
206-632-8422
Regular Gallery Hours M - F, 10 - 4

HUSH.ed features a group of talented artists whose work challenges conventional perceptions of sculptural glass. While exploring themes of technology, materiality, and duality, HUSH.ed quietly demands a moment of reflection in our otherwise busy world. Through abstraction and attention to detail, Megan Biddle, Amber Cowan, Jessica Jane Julius, and Sharyn O’Mara shed new light on the limitlessness of glass as a material. HUSH.ed runs through April 23. 

EDNA

JOSEPH ROSSANO

EDNA

JANUARY 5 - FEBRUARY 23, 2017
OPENING RECEPTION, JANUARY 5, 5 - 8 PM

Joseph Rossano’s EDNA conveys a deep admiration for nature, science and history. While the interdisciplinary systems of the natural world are highlighted through his works, Rossano’s show serves as a sampling of different organisms and their connections to one another. Through a wide range a materials, Rossano composes a broad narrative that taps into the viewer’s senses and demands a profound consideration for the vastness of life. Pilchuck Seattle, 240 2nd Ave S, #100, Seattle, 206-621-8422. Regular gallery hours Monday - Friday, 10 - 4 pm.