Roby King Gallery


Reflections — our holiday exhibition

December 1-30, 2017
Reflections — our holiday exhibition
Reflection: The return of light waves from a surface or
serious thought or consideration.  

              Jane Wallis                               Neal Phipott                       Jeff Weekley
Participating artists:  Diane Ainsworth, Darrell Anderson, Cheri Christensen,
Raenell Doyle, Kathe Fraga, Max Hayslette, Pam Ingalls, Douglas Girard,
Adam Grosowsky, ilene Gienger-Stanfield, Peter Juvonen, Frank Kaczmarek,
Fumi Matsumoto, Neal Philpott, Paul Polson, Patty Rogers, Robert Schlegel,
Patrick Simon, Luke Tornatzky, Pamela Wachtler, Jane Wallis, Randena Walsh,
Rod Weagant, Jeff  Weekley, Tatiana Zaits
First Friday Reception  December 1,   6-8 PM
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Roby King Annex

At Bainbridge Homes  
All Gallery Artists Holiday Exhibit

including the works of Tatiana Zaits
Open First Friday November 3  6-8 pm


            Two figurative artists join Roby King Gallery.  The power of the human form is unlike anything else an artist can have as a muse.  These two artists have found the secret of combining line, form, color and shadow to explore the human figure to create dynamic and also reflective narratives with universal appeal.

“No one has ever become poor by giving.” ~Anne Frank
Happy Thanksgiving!


Holiday 2017 “Nuit de Chine” 
designed by Kathe Fraga

The holiday Cosmetic Collection gift set from
Shiseido with Kathe Fraga packaging  is now released
and available at Nordstrom!
Original Kathe Fraga artwork available at
Roby King Gallery!

               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) rep. by Roby King Gallery
Artist’s Books: Chapter 12 – Taking Issue (Sherry Grover Gallery)

More Information     OPEN DAILY | 10AM-6PM | ADMISSION FREE    

“The object isn’t to make art, it’s to be in that wonderful state
which makes art inevitable.” ~Robert Henri

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