1996 – 1997

September 15 – October 13

LANDSCAPE TRANSFORMATIONS is a solo exhibition of new paintings by Marguerite Olson Fletcher. A prolific and dynamic artist, her works are dominated by an energetic interpretation of the Yakima Valley and her California home.

October 20 – November 13

ART TO WEAR is a biennial three-state juried exhibition that includes anything that adorns the body. The jurors are internationally-respected artists Ramona Solberg and Hazel Koeing from Seattle. Lots of prize money, creativity, and unique use of materials make this a great exhibit.

November 17 – December 15

“CASCADE CURRENTS” features new work by Yakima artist Debra Davis and Seattle artist Steve Jensen. Davis’ dream-like landscapes of the Cascades and Jensen’s eight-foot carved poles both echo the natural shapes and patterns found in the land and water of the Northwest.

January 26 – March 9

41st ANNUAL CENTRAL WASHINTON ARTISTS EXHIBITION is the show that has it all (except photography) and is the one show not to miss! With over $4000 in prize money, the competition is tough and the work excellent, contemporary and thought-provoking.

March 14 – March 9

CAMPFIRE ART FESTIVAL PROJECTS completed this year display creativity and imagination using handmade paper.

April 13 – May 11

25th ANNUAL PHOTO EXHIBITION is juried by nationally-known photographers and is open to all residents of the USA. As the competition and prize money grows, the resulting exhibition creates a strong and challenging show.

May 18- June 12

YVCC ART DEPARTMENT STUDENTS & FACULTY SHOW is student artwork in all levels completed during the school year selected by the Art Faculty. Always diverse and always interesting. Faculty also exhibit new work.

June 29 – July 27

IMAGES FROM WASHINGTON MEN—an invitational exhibit of works reflecting the diversity of seven artists, their personal interpretations of common images, and their male perspective.

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