Current Exhibit and Gallery News

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Business Hours: Wed.-Sat., 11:30am- 4:30pm

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First Annual Art Social at North Bank

Saturday, Sept 27th, 2014 from 6pm – 9pm

Tickets $30 each

A UNIQUE FUNDRAISER

COME MEET THE MEMBERS OF THE NORTH BANK ARTISTS GALLERY

TONIGHT YOU CAN PLAY WITH ART

Wear your grubbies and be ready to drizzle your ideas, splatter your visions, or use whatever you have to create your masterpiece. We will Play & Create from 6 – 8:30pm. Auction from 8:30 until the end. This is over 21. Samples of Wine & Chocolate will be provided. To purchase tickets, go to PayPal.

 

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The Magic and Power of Words

THE MAGIC & POWER OF WORDS
Aug 1 – 30, 2014
Artist’s Reception Friday Aug 1, 5-9 pm
JUROR • Clark County Poet Laureate Christopher Luna

Join us for a reception to celebrate The Magic and Power of Words, an exhibit featuring artwork that reanimates the word magic, and reinvents the power of love: love letters, love songs, manifestoes, spells, incantations, lamentations, and battle cries. Think: Barbara Kruger, Tracey Emin, Christopher Wool, Mark Flood, Janet Cardiff, Nichole Blackman and graffiti writers.

In celebration of the magic and power of words, some of the writers who have contributed to the show will read from their work every hour. The reception will also feature poetry by Christopher Luna and a special performance by North Bank Artist Gallery member kathi rick.
5:00pm: Judith Arcana, Grace Valentine
6:00pm: Jane Arnal, Mar Goman
7:00pm: Rosemary Lombard, Kathi Rick
8:00pm: Toni Partington, Christopher Luna

NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK by JOHANNA ENGDAHL & RICHARD LONG

In the second gallery, North Bank will also be featuring the photographic work of Johanna Engdahl and Richard Long. These talented young photographers will be showing new work. Longs meticulously beautiful black and white urban landscapes show a razor wit, and darkly humored social conscience underlying the visual perfection of his found tableaus. Johanna Engdahl’s self portraits are moody, surreal, heartbreakingly beautiful and mysterious. She moves in between the viewer and the lens like a muse in a poets dream. Not to be missed!

Publisher and Editor, Printed Matter Vancouver

Johanna Engdahl

Johanna Engdahl