Gabriel Mark Lipper
June 1 through July 28

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Grayscale in Fiber
Sandra Poteet

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2023 MEMBERSHIP EXHIBIT

Exhibition Dates: November 17 through December 21
Sponsor: Nelson Maler/Morgan Stanley

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Paintings by VINCE CARL
April 1 through May 15

In the course of experiencing a place I am left with, images, feelings, and sensory input, these are the impressions that I reflect on when creating this work. The paintings are a composite of those ingredients used to develop a feeling rather than a literal representation of the place itself.

This exhibit reflects my experience using a combination of past, present, or future states. Through the work I reference impact consumerism has on ecosystems, nature, and the planet. I attempt to illuminate possible consequences that may occur from actions, habits, and policies? I sometimes depict the same scene before and as a consequence of accepted practices.

One painting leads to the next. While exploring my next response I reflect on previous results, sometimes they work as expected other times they become underpainting and are obscured. Time well spent regardless.

For me, the excitement is in discovering the unexpected occurrence and building on it.

Wound for ReboundWound for Rebound

 Those Crazy WallsThose Crazy Walls

 Green Haze and YamGreen Haze and Yam

Contracting EnvironsContracting Environs

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BRUCE BAYARD
March 1 through March 25
Cascadia is a diverse bioregion; the Pacific Northwest. The sideways and
downward motion of the Cascadia Subduction Zone becomes a metaphor
in the digitally manipulated landscape images of this exhibit.
Multiple photographs and graphic information are collaged electronically to
produce a complex layering of visual drama.

Memory Lane of Exhibits by GPMA

 

Painting Outside
Ilene Gienger-Stanfield
July 27 through September 10

Ilene’s Plein air paintings portray an artist’s eye not for distant horizons, but for more intimate subjects full of color and drama.
Working from life Gienger-Stanfield utilizes thick passages of paint to portray the unfettered and unexpected character of common outdoor scenes.
Gienger-Stanfield is a member of Oil Painters of America, signature member of American Impressionist Society, Pastel Society of America Northwest Pastel Society, and master signature member of Women Artists of the West.

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