1991 – 1992
September 22 – October 11
Artists working on a professional level living within the city of Wenatchee were invited to exhibit. With 18 artists participating, the variety will be high and promises to be good. The initial concept for this show was to bring together artists living within a certain area. In the future, it will be interesting to compare with shows from different locations.
October 19 – November 17
Dick Elliott, the founder and developer of the reflector as a painting medium, will be presenting an installation consisting of 12,000 reflectors nailed to the walls of the gallery. The gallery room will be darkened and the viewer will see the exhibit with hand-held lights. Come and enjoy a reflective experience!
November 24 – December 15
This is the show that was scheduled for last June and moved forward to this time. Paintings (oil, acrylic, and watercolor) and collage in various mediums will be featured from work completed during the last two years. Mitchell is fascinated with collage and uses magazines and objects with paint, pencil, or ink to create new images often using women as subject matter. His work ranges from the abstract to the very realistic.
January 5 – January 26
Five local artists join together to create a unique blend of work that demonstrates the quality coming from this area. Exhibiting are Nell Scott (tapestry weaving); Timm Wauzynski (sculpture); Ginny Schmidt (pottery and clay forms); Sarah Wauzynski (drawing, jewelry, and mixed media); and Richard Nicksic (collage and painting).
February 2 – February 24
Open to all residents in Central Washington, this exhibition is a popular showing of a wide variety of work (excluding photography). Last year’s awards totaled $2,275 with over 200 entries. To keep fair, jurors are always selected from outside this region.
March 1 – March 21
Paintings from the hills of Central Washington, tide pools along the Oregon Coast, and the woods of northern Vermont are featured by Krieble. Light, color, special illusions, and the sensuality of oil paint are used as a means of revealing underlying rhythms and order in the landscape. These paintings range in size from 6” x 8” to 6’ x 12’. Krieble is a professor of painting and drawing at Central Washing University.
April 1 – April 5
CAMPFIRE ART FESTIVAL PROJECTS
The medium chosen by the National Camp Fire for this year’s art projects is painting. Many local clubs will be exhibiting will be exhibiting a wide variety of projects using painting in various forms.
April 12 – May 10
This juried exhibition is now open to all residents of the U.S.A. A national show like this creates a real challenge for local photographers as well as stimulates all others interested in photography to see what is going on around the country. Jurors are chosen with national reputations.
May 17 – June 7
Work completed by students in all levels of art classes during the 91-92 academic year is exhibited. Over 200 pieces display the talent of YVCC students. All art faculty is invited to exhibit recent work.
June 28 – July 26
Greg Bjordahl transforms the interior of the gallery into an installation combining sculpture, both natural and man-made, and drawings. His major concerns relate to what man is doing to his world and his personal environment.