Roby King Gallery


Neal Philpott July 6-28, 2012

July 2012 Exhibition
July 6-28, 2012

Artist Reception: July 6, 6-8pm

Held Over!
“Barrku” a first-ever exhibit of art on bark from the art center of Yirrkala in Northeast Arnhem Land in Australia. For centuries the indigenous people of Northeast Arnhem Land have connected with ancestral beings through song, dance and painting. Today making art has become a matter of cultural survival. “These are the oldest continual artistic traditions on earth. An artist inherits rights to a story when they are initiated. There are several layers of initiation, each with more knowledge and more information.” says Julie Harvey, Harvey Art Projects, Sun Valley, Id.
Currently at Seattle Art Museum, is Ancestral Modern: Aboriginal Art Exhibition, from the Kaplan & Levi Collection.
Roby King Gallery in collabortion with Harvey Art Projects, is very proud to be presenting for sale, bark paintings and ceremonial poles created by five artists that are also on view at SAM.


August 3-25, 2012
Pam Ingalls
Faces and Places

“I’ve always been interested in seeing the beauty in the ordinary. It’s hard to miss the beauty in “ordinary” people – no matter where they live.”

September 7-29, 2012
Fall Revue
All Gallery Artists!

Raenell Doyle Austrailian Sheperd driving Ewes 6×12 Oil
Something new from Raenell Doyle! When not painting the sumptuous Classically inspired Still Lifes, Raenell raises herding dogs. She has painted some wonderful new paintings inspired by her dogs and what they were bred to do, herd sheep. In her Classical style she creates a timeless quality. This is Sunny displaying her skills rounding up the sheep as the sunlight bounces off their glistening wool. Come in and see now!


Roby King Galleries is now exhibiting artwork at Bainbridge Homes Real Estate office right next door. Each month new artwork will be on display.
Bainbridge Homes will be open and participating on First Fridays. Feel free to stop by anytime during the day as well.

This month at Bainbridge Homes is Pamela Watchler-Fermanis, oil. Randena Walsh, pastel. David Turner, watercolor.

David Turner, Anchored for the Night, Watercolor 22×30
Pamela Wachtler-Fermanis, Mumbling Chimneys, Oil 6×16
Randena Walsh, Woodland Marsh, Pastel 19×25
View this artwork at Bainbridge Homes–right next door!
Also find art on display at the new furnish bainbridge and Island Vintners. Visit all these great venues!


“Great art picks up where nature ends.”

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