Word Play: Prints from the Crow’s Shadow Collection Crow’s Shadow – Printmaking Group Show

Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts is an independent non-profit located on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Its mission is to provide a creative conduit for educational, social, and economic opportunities for Native Americans through artistic development. Originally founded in 1992 by the artist James Lavadour (Walla Walla), the organization hired its […]

Pause in Flow: Reconsidering the Columbia River

In this exhibition, John Holmgren and Nick Conbere present photographs, drawings, and mixed-media prints that explore ways to visually interpret manipulations and transitions of landforms, based on observations of the dams of the Columbia River in both Canada and the United States. A central theme is the struggle to comprehend the implications of human constructions […]

Mixed Genre Paintings a virtual exhibit by Jack Reilly

Esvelt Gallery is proud to present the work of Jack Reilly. Link to virtual exhibit will be available on November 1 The “Love and Myth” mixed-genre series combines classical realism with process-based abstraction on a (flat/one piece) shaped canvas structure. These pieces integrate highly rendered figurative imagery with various modes of abstraction, involving color, shape, […]

Exhibit: “In Its Place”: A virtual exhibition of work by Curtis Bartone

Esvelt Gallery is proud to present the work of Curtis Bartone. Click here to view the virtual exhibition! Bartone’s work explores how our complex and romanticized view of the natural world and our understanding of wilderness is affected by mythology, religion, art, science, photography, and digital technology. Incorporating science writing, the tragedies of William Shakespeare, […]