On view • JUNE 1 – JULY 6
Join us for the Opening Reception June 1, 5 – 7pm
DIG IT! Where Art and Gardens Meet
The Confluence Gallery show DIG IT: A place where art and gardens come together provides an opportunity for artists to share their garden and nature inspired art with gallery visitors. Whether your space is large or small, you’ll find paintings and art for the garden of metal, glass, ceramic, woodwork and more. Curated by Theresa Miller.
DIG IT! Show Sponsors
KTRT • Blue Star Coffee Roasters • KTRT Radio Root • National Endowment for the Arts • Okanogan County Lodging Tax Advisory Committee
DIG IT! ARTISTS
Karen Abel • Leslie Ahrens • Kari Bown •Dan Brown • Gregg Caudell • Pearl Cherrington • Jessica DaCosta • Chris Duke • Mark Easton • Judith Frisco • Salyna Gracie • Patrick Hannigan • Evie Hirschberger • Perri Howard • Walter Klockers • Carol Lanigan • Janie Lewis • Maria Magnus • Jennifer Molesworth • Ania Palinska • Anne Peck • Mary Powell • Fred Runkel • Joseph Sanchez • Ken Smith • Caroline Sumpter • Rod Weagant • Phoebe Webb • Carrie Williams • Patty Yates • Amber Zimmerman
On Sunday, June 23rd, 10:00-3:00 Confluence Gallery will host three separate gardens as a continuation of the current garden exhibit “DIG IT.” What you will find as a visitor is an opportunity to learn about backyard composting, space utilization, and landscaping using various composting styles at three very different garden sites.
GARDEN #1 A backyard organic garden with an open dialogue at 10:30 on soil building (no registration necessary, approx. 1 hr.)
GARDEN #2 Big organic vegetable garden; small space.
GARDEN #3 Development of an intimate landscape.
* Participate by donation to Confluence Gallery and Art Center.
* Maps to the self-guided gardens will be available at Confluence Gallery the day of the viewing at 9:00 a.m. Sunday, June 23rd.
* Docent master gardeners will be on site to assist with questions.
* All gardens are within nearby distance.
For more information call confluence gallery and art center at 509-997-2787
The Pantry: Still Lifes of Fruit and Vegetables- a solo show by Susan Donahue
Susan Donahue’s fifteen still lifes of fruit and vegetables project intimacy and comfort. Yet, there is no denying that the still life genre engages questions about mortality and the transience of beauty in our lives. Why give that much attention to an onion or a cabbage? What is art for? For Donahue, a still life painting elevates simple things to ask but not fully answer these questions. The series amplifies its sense of localized, momentary care by incorporating works by Methow Valley potters Marcia Ives, Tamera Abaté, and Almquist Old Time Pottery, as well as presenting a frame created by woodworker Don McIvor.
Upcoming • METAMORPHIC ALCHEMY • July 13 – August 17, 2019
Join us for the Opening Reception Saturday, June 1, 5 – 7 pm