January 18 – February 22, 2020
The Pazarte Project advocates for peace through art. Paz=Peace. Arte=Art. This exhibition will feature the work of Doug Johnson and include contributions by local elementary schools to honor Martin Luther King. Doug Johnson as the founding editor of Cave Moon Press, started helping poets with book design, illustration and artwork ten years ago.
His more developed pieces are part of the Sombra de Arreguin series (Shadow of Arreguin) as he continues to study the style of his master Alfredo Arreguin.
Saturday February 22 3-5PM
Build in 1911, this building was built by the Yakima Freemasons and includes a Masonic ceremonial on the top floor. Opening in March 2016 as…
The gallery is located in the Seasons Performance Hall. Once the Sunday Schoolroom of the First Church of Christ Scientist, it was transformed into a…
The Cellar Gallery is located in the lower level of Gilbert Cellars, and features cellar-like stone walls, built-in bench seating, and atmospheric lighting. Currently showing:…
The vision of the Larson Gallery Guild is to Cultivate a Love of Art. By becoming a member of the Larson Gallery Guild, you support the programming at the Larson Gallery and throughout the community.
Our memberships provide wonderful benefits and supports our goal to inspire artists, students, and the community through exhibits, programs, collections and events, and to promote the art and artists of the region.Ways to support
Six exhibitions a year in the Larson Gallery feature invited artists, juried, student, and member exhibitions. Exhibits usually run around six weeks, so you will find a diverse, creative, and changing experience in the Larson Gallery. Admission is always free.Exhibitions
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