Our Current & Upcoming Shows

We showcase Pacific Northwest artists whose work speaks to the vast beauty of the region. Our shows, like our gallery, feature their art in a client friendly atmosphere. While the mediums of the contemporary art we showcase vary widely, each work embodies a sense of adventure.

HEALING WATERS - Jennifer Williams

Free to the Public

05/05/1705/27/17

Healing Waters

In choosing this years theme of Healing Waters, she aspires for her paintings to be visual reminders of our fragile natural environment. Her painting process includes a collaged surface of recycled paper, including regional maps, layered with acrylic glazes. Together these elements build unique textures and atmospheric depth that create a feeling of inspiration active in her landscapes.

In her words, ”As our dependency on tech gadgets grows stronger, taking time to unplug and reconnect with the natural world is more and more important to our physical, emotional and spiritual health.”

Reception for the artist on Friday, May 5th 4 -7 pm.
Please join Jennifer for an informal walk/talk as she shares her insights about her work on Saturday, May 6th from 11.30 -1.30 pm.

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

Jennifer Williams

PACIFIC NORTHWEST PARABLES - Anelecia Hannah Brooks & Charles Phillip Brooks

Free to the Public

06/09/1706/21/17

Pacific Northwest Parables

Married painters Anelecia Hannah Brooks and Charles Philip Brooks debut a new selection of works at Waterworks Gallery. Together, the artists' paintings reverberate with quiet, and reflect the ethereal atmosphere specific to our Pacific Northwest. Anelecia and Charles are both inspired by the grey opalescent air of the Pacific Northwest. Anelecia's paintings focus on single, every day items and the associations they evoke. Her careful, perceptual work invites us to slow down and look at the world around us. Charles paints the sky, sea, and land with an awareness of the passing of time, and of the transcendental force of the natural world.
315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

Charles Philip Brooks

Anelecia Hannah Brooks

DOGS, BIRDS, BUNNIES AND MORE - Barbara Duzan & Jaime Ellsworth

Free to the Public

06/30/1707/21/17

The continued exploration of the world of animals by these two artists in oil and bronze.

Dogs, birds, bunnies, bears, horses ...

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

Barbara French Duzan

Jaime Ellsworth

Crossing Borders - America & Canadian Jewelers

Free to the Public

07/21/1709/04/17

CROSSING THE BORDER

Physical border: America and Canada

Conceptual borders - what choices are made in ideas, materials and techniques

This exhibition is a pairing of American and Canadian jewelry artists. We will look at the differences and similarities that influence the artists’ concepts and choices of materials.

There will be 4-6 makers from each country.

The artists are asked to investigate the concept of a borders and crossing borders.

We will look at the similarities and differences that occur between people living “across the border". The exhibition hopes to demonstrate parallels and contrast between the nations and the artists.

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

Maru Almeida

Micki Lippe

Silence Without Echo - Catherine Eaton Skinner

Free to the Public

08/04/1708/28/17

Shadow and light … images within our realms of space, wind, water and earth.

Silence without echo

loneliness without mirror

Air shines blue through all the cracks

Edith Sodergran, Two Shores

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

Catherine Eaton Skinner

EXPLORATIONS - Kathryn Trigg & Tom Small

Free to the Public

09/08/1709/30/17

Kathryn Trigg continues her exploration of the medium of monotype as a form of alchemy on paper.

Tom Small's central theme is From The Land -  works directly inspired by specific places, on island and other locations.

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

Tom Small

Kathryn Trigg

Fragments - Selected works of Guy Anderson

Free to the Public

10/06/1710/28/17

A curated show of selected drawings, monoprints, etchings and paintings of the late Guy Anderson

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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It's the Holiday Show

Free to the Public

11/17/1701/06/18

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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