Surfacing features art by Washington SDA artists. While this past year of social isolation has been challenging, many of us have continued making art, often creating pieces that reflect a period that forced all of us to confront personal feelings and global issues in an unprecedented way. Now, we are finally beginning to surface. Yet the pandemic represents only one interpretation of Surfacing.
The word has a range of meanings, from calls for social change to personal reflection to looking at ourselves and the world in an entirely different way. And nowhere are we better able to express what Surfacing means to each of us than in our artwork.
The jurors selected 23 pieces from the submitted works to be included in the online exhibition shown in the Surface Design Association website. These featured pieces can be appreciated in this Surfacing link.
However, the creativity of all participants deserves to be celebrated. That is why this catalog shows all the works presented.
We Surfaced together these difficult times as an artistic community. This is our strength.
Let keep doing art together!
You can see the complete catalogue here
SDA WA MEMBERS AT MUSEO GALLERY
Eat Dessert First
We are starting the New Year in the sweetest, most decadent way we could think of. Sandra Jarvis has curated this fantastic show highlighting work from new and old friends, with lots of surprises.
The Eat Dessert First show opens January 22nd and closes February 27th, 2022
Museo Gallery, Langley, WA 98260
SDA WA South Central WA group news
Terri Fischer has three pieces in the Tri-City Quilters’ Guild Show at Gallery at the Park in Richland, WA, running January 4 – 29. Her pieces are entitled: Tokyo Boogie Woogie, Shapes and Shadows, and Flurry.
Here is a link to the gallery information about the show: https://www.galleryatthepark.org/featured-shows/2022/1/5/tri-city-quilters-guild-show-2022.
Deborah Ann will have a show at The Seasons Performance Hall Bistro and Gallery, 101 N Naches Ave., Yakima, WA 98901. The opening will be January 21, 5-7 pm and the show will close March 18. The hours are Thursday through Saturday 5-9 pm.
LINDA DOWNING WORK
Linda shared some of her recent pieces
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