October 6-28, 2017 Lynn Brofsky, Helene Wilder, Tatiana Zaits “Women Painting Women”
“Moved by the sensuality of the human figure, asymmetry, architecture, landscape, growth and decay, and perceived connections; I attempt to relate my stories. I have found that more than anything, the driving force in my work is the relationship between place and human experience.”
“After my recent move to Santa Fe, NM, I cannot help but notice all the expressions of piety and religious devotion. The fact that many of these beliefs seem to have no logical explanation has greatly influenced my art. These unanswered questions have found home in this series of paintings. I am fascinated by religious symbolism and the Madonna. Like my past portraits I hope to portray inner strength as well as sorrow, feminine beauty versus man created religion.” Helene Wilder The Seer 30×24 Acrylic Mixed Media on canvas https://www.helenewilderart.com
A figurative painter who incorporates elements of abstraction. She is fascinated by the mosaic psychology of humankind. For her, people are continuous puzzles that she interprets and captures. Her characters are musicians, singers and dancers, people living on stage often strange and quirky with elongated bodies, dancing to their own rhythm. Tatiana ZaitsMoonstuck 30×40 Oil/Acrylic http://tatianazaits.com/gallery
First Friday Reception October 6, 6-8 PM Click on image for enlargement
Roby King Annex
At Bainbridge Homes All Gallery Artists
Including Poulsbo artist Paul Polson. Paul will be featured at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art in the Bistro and Landing, opening October 14, 2017
Earth within Earth 40×30 Oil on canvas Open First Friday October 66-8 pm
Holiday 2017 “Nuit de Chine”
designed by Kathe Fraga
The holiday Cosmetic Collection gift set from Shiseido is now released!
Kathe Fraga’s Chinoiserie style paintings grace the holiday packaging of Clé de Peau Beauté:
skincare, eye pencils, nails, and makeup coffret (compact).
Kathe will be at Neiman Marcus, Saturday October 14in San Francisco, andFridayOctober 20, at Nordstrom Bellevue to sign hand-painted
Clé De Peau gold makeup pouches. Hope to see you there!
Roby King Gallery (sans picture framing) is making some changes in the back space. We’re adding more pullout panels and other storage, all with the premise that the majority of art will be accessible to you the customer. We hope to have it finished by the next Arts Walk on October 6.
Stop by and see the changes!
October 14, 2017 through February 4, 2018 Robert McCauley: American Fiction (Beacon & Feferman Galleries) Nadine Kariya: The Hammer and the Peony (Community Gallery) Frank Renlie: Smile (MESA & Orientation Galleries) Paul Polson: Out Here (Bistro) & Strata (Staircase/Landing) Artist’s Books: Chapter 12 – Taking Issue (Sherry Grover Gallery) https://www.biartmuseum.org/exhibitions/future-exhibitions-2/