Art Exhibits in the Library

Gallery (other) - see gallery description

    Western faces : ultra closeups

      Photographs by Robin sizemore

 

This exhibit is the result of an Independent study art 400 class I took with garth amundson during fall 2014.

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Display by: Robin Sizemore
Gallery 1 (Skybridge) - see gallery description, Gallery 2 (Wilson 3, Balcony) - see gallery description, Gallery 3 (Wilson 3, East) - see gallery description

d’Elaine Johnson is a full-time artist based in Edmonds, Washington. Hundreds of her works have been collected throughout the world. She has won many awards and honors; has been listed in university, national, and the world’s who’s who of art. She has exhibited at innumerable one-person and juried exhibitions. She is a painter, writer, juror, lecturer, violinist, and philanthropist. d’Elaine Johnson is a woman of our times and, through her art, she is a creative historian of life.

 

d'Elaine's works can be seen in galleries 1, 2 and 3 until the end of December 2014.

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Display by: d'Elaine Johnson
Gallery 1 (Skybridge) - see gallery description

A display to show the various materials available in the Map Collection. The Map Collection is located in WL 170-come see more amazing maps!

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Display by: Map Collection Employees
Gallery 1 (Skybridge) - see gallery description, Gallery 2 (Wilson 3, Balcony) - see gallery description, Gallery 3 (Wilson 3, East) - see gallery description

d’Elaine Johnson is a full-time artist based in Edmonds, Washington. Hundreds of her works have been collected throughout the world. She has won many awards and honors; has been listed in university, national, and the world’s who’s who of art. She has exhibited at innumerable one-person and juried exhibitions. She is a painter, writer, juror, lecturer, violinist, and philanthropist. d’Elaine Johnson is a woman of our times and, through her art, she is a creative historian of life.

 

d'Elaine's works can be seen in galleries 1, 2 and 3 until the end of December 2014.

(click on thumbnails for larger image)

Display by: d'Elaine Johnson
Gallery 2 (Wilson 3, Balcony) - see gallery description

      Western faces : ultra closeups

      Photographs by Robin sizemore

 

This exhibit is the result of an Independent study art 400 class I took with garth amundson during fall 2014.

(click on thumbnails for larger image)

Display by: Robin Sizemore
Gallery 1 (Skybridge) - see gallery description, Gallery 2 (Wilson 3, Balcony) - see gallery description, Gallery 3 (Wilson 3, East) - see gallery description

d’Elaine Johnson is a full-time artist based in Edmonds, Washington. Hundreds of her works have been collected throughout the world. She has won many awards and honors; has been listed in university, national, and the world’s who’s who of art. She has exhibited at innumerable one-person and juried exhibitions. She is a painter, writer, juror, lecturer, violinist, and philanthropist. d’Elaine Johnson is a woman of our times and, through her art, she is a creative historian of life.

 

d'Elaine's works can be seen in galleries 1, 2 and 3 until the end of December 2014.

(click on thumbnails for larger image)

Display by: d'Elaine Johnson
Gallery 3 (Wilson 3, East) - see gallery description

This exhibit explores snapshots of an individual: the hand, foot, shoulder, back and a partial view of the face.  Drawn in black and white charcoal on colored paper, the colors are muted.  The interest lies more in the forms themselves.

The intent behind this set of drawings is to examine.  Examine your hands.  They enable you-to climb a mountain, to swim in the sea, to do what you love and interact with the world.  They tell a story, always in a state of change; perhaps growing, freckling, or aging.  Perhaps the skin has grown tough from hard work or the muscles have grown strong from lifting and climbing, adapting to what we need from them.  The same ideas can be applied to the rest of the human form.

 

This exhibit was made by Emma Nestvold.

e.nestvold@gmail.com

emmanestvold.com

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Display by: Emma Nestvold
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