1992 – 1993
September 13 – October 8
SEVEN WASHINGTON LANDSCAPE PAINTERS is an exhibition bringing together seven well-known artists from the state of Washington whose major focus is the landscape. It will be of interest to see how each artist has his/her own unique and personal interpretation of a similar subject.
October 17 – November 15
ART TO WEAR is a three-state (OR, WA ID) juried exhibition with prize money totaling over $2000 and includes anything that adorns the body. Creativity and unique use of materials make this an exciting event which includes a fashion show and special lecture.
November 22 – December 13
LEO ADAMS-1992 is a one-person retrospective exhibition celebrating his 50th birthday and 30 years of painting. Adams is well known around the Northwest and has been featured in several magazine articles. Objects he has made will create a unique environment for the paintings.
January 3 – January 26
IMAGES FROM WASHINGTON WOMEN is an invitational exhibition with 10 artists working in different media. The intent here is not to just show women artists, but to take a look at what kinds of images women artists are using and how they relate to life in 1993.
February 7 – March 7
37th ANNUAL CENTRAL WASHINGTON ARTISTS EXHIBITION is open to all residents in Central Washington working in any media except photography. This is the largest juried show of the year with over 200 entries and prize money over $2900. A great chance to see the best progressive work being done in the region.
March 13 – March 17
CAMPFIRE ART FESTIVAL PROJECTS completed by local Camp Fire Boys and Girls are exhibited. The medium chosen by the National Camp Fire organization for this year is fibers.
April 11 – May 9
21st ANNUAL PHOTO EXHIBITION is open to all residents in the USA. This is the second year this show has been a nationally juried exhibition. Based on last year’s response, this show should be an exciting and diverse exhibition.
May 16 – June 6
YVCC ART DEPT. STUDENT & FACULTY EXHIBITION includes work completed during the 92-93 academic year in all levels of art classes. Over 200 pieces display the diverse talents of students and art faculty.
June 27 – July 25
WATERCOLORS BY YAKIMA VALLEY ARTISTS is an invitational exhibition of artists who have won local and regional awards. Watercolors will include local scenes and range from realistic to abstract.