MONOTHON PRINT SALE SUNDAY OCTOBER 11, 12-5 pm
The most wonderful fast and furious fundraiser for Crow Shadow. Words from Crow Shadow on what's the what.....
"What is a Monothon? It is three days of great artists coming out to Crow’s Shadow to make monotypes/monoprints in our studio and then donating the results for a one-day flash sale. Studio times are reserved in blocks of three hours, limited to 10 artists at a time. Each artist prints on either 11” x 15” or 15” x 22” pre-sized and registered paper, and can make as many prints as they like during their 3 hour studio time. All prints are then signed and hung in the gallery, ready to go on sale at 12pm on Sunday Oct. 11th."
"Don't miss the chance to purchase unique hand-pulled prints from many renowned regional artists at very accessible prices. Monothon only happens every two years, mark your calendars now!"
If you have never been to this amazing gem, just come.
Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts
48004 St. Andrews Road,
Pendleton, OR 97801
10 of mine among 1000 paintings, at 3rd annual support event for Artwalla
Doors open at 5 o’clock, trumpet rings to grab at 7.
If the mayhem does not interest, Cavu will have the work up for the following two days from 11-4 Saturday, September 26, 2015 & Sunday, September 27, 2015.
Cavu Cellars 175 East Aeronca Avenue. Walla Walla, Washington 99362
Opening: November 13, 2014 3:00-5:00
the etched metal show.
the Smokey Farris artist challenge
exploring the ancient & dynamic surface of etched metal. come support the artists & their curiosity. Melissa Christy, Augusta Sparks Farnum, Smokey Farris, Doug Gisi, Anne Haley, James Harley, Seymour King, Margaret Walters, Travis Weige, & Lynn Woolson. curated by Artist Claire Johnston. all work is for sale, please contact Hannah MacDonald for more details & gift arrangements.
RECEPTION THURSDAY, MAY 8TH, 5-7 PM
AUGUSTA FARNUM’S “EQUIVOCAL SPACE”, A BOTANICAL DRAWING INSTALLATION AND ATMOSPHERE PAINTINGS, OPENS AT TELANDER GALLERY IN WALLA WALLA WITH A RECEPTION THURSDAY, MAY 8TH, 5-7 PM
contact: Kirsten Telander
domesticated & undomesticated
In this series, the photographs move between the domesticated space and the undomesticated space.
My game: to construct, to organize, to categorize the polyphonic, and to always find a reason to look.
This is the second group show lead by Ben Lerchin and Lynn Woolson, and the first curated by Daniel Forbes. The show is woven together showing many of the Walla Walla art minds.
Open 11 - 7
Thursday - Sunday
Till May 25 2014
Walla Walla - An opening reception for the exhibit “Place, Space, and Objects” will be 5:30-7:30 pm December 5, 2013, at the Walla Walla Roastery, 920 A Street. This is on the same road as the WW airport, please follow the road and look to the right.
utilitarian creatives wish we could drink the ethereal like coffee
instead we feast on art
The show continues until January 2nd, 2014. Mary Ann Duffy’s ceramics are shown with Augusta Sparks Farnum’s atmosphere paintings and otherwise. The show is their first collaboration.
Augusta Sparks Farnum
Constructing art to redefine spaces, reflecting where I have been and where I want to be.
There are many rooms that do not call our attention to much of anything, but the task at hand.
The atmosphere paintings depict the light, at the end of the day, when anything is possible.
This public installation explores the ramifications of being immersed, and the shift that can occur.
The paintings are for sale, please contact the artist for details. Commissions are welcome. The work was made as part of the spring-summer solo show at AMO.
Opening party: the day after thanksgiving, friday November 29, 2013
Gallery Hours: 11 am - 7 pm Thursday -Sunday
Closing party 3:00, December 22, 2013
Artists: Kyle Bond * Rachelle Bruce * Melissa Christy * Andrew Clark
Meredith Dedman * Augusta Farnum * Tricia Harding * Joanne Heppert
Ben Lerchin * Gary Meddaugh * Penny Michel * Colleen Monette
Beverly Nash * Kim Nemeth * Bill Rodgers * Stephanie Smith
Rachel Smith * Logan Thies * Sophia Titterton * Sherry Orchard
Crystal Walk * Elberta Wood * Dianna Woolley * Lynn Woolson
"Artists willing to venture out of the usual into the unknown." -Lynn Woolson, organizer
"Rejoice in color! It's OK to have a different opinion than the person standing next to you! Our responses to art are extremely personal and not always shared by everyone. Bring your kids. Pay attention to what they have to say. Start a conversation." -Ben Lerchin, Organizer
67 artists and hundreds of original works of art will be featured at this lively event benefiting ArtWalla and its commitment to arts education. Friday evening includes a preview from 6-7 p.m.; 6X6 sale from 7-9 p.m.; silent auction from 6-8 p.m. To learn more visit www.artwalla.com.