New Members Show

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Every Thursday–Saturday, through April 27, 12–5 pm
Gallery 110 Pioneer Square (Seattle)
This is an in-person event
All Ages

The following description comes from the event organizer.

All four oil painters below have joined Gallery 110 within the last eight months and have continued to refine their craft, exploring themes from the human body and mortality to artworks that represent deep respect for cultural roots and liminal every day moments.

Carol Adelman uses a sensual, aggressive approach to materials that borders on abstraction. Her work pushes traditional forms to embody contemporary ideas of constructed identity and a fragmented self. View all works.

Sarah Barnett’s paintings are highly representational and heavily distorted, with themes revolving around mortality, self-preservation, the human body, and technology. View all works.

H.R. Emi creates art with the intention of capturing a disruption of emotion through everyday moments. Her work blends realism, iconography, and language and is also influenced by the duality of her Mexican and American background. View all works.

Nena Howell creates contemporary works that combine her Tlingit Indian and Ukrainian roots. She brings movement to every canvas and is guided by a reverence for her Tlingit formline and ancestral rhythms that enliven her paintings with a sense of abundance, wellness and stewardship.

Event Location

Gallery 110

110 Third Ave S Seattle, Wa 98104 Venue website

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