We have a very busy spring ahead of us! We’re one week in to a very exciting group exhibit, and are already planning out our upcoming special events. First, here is what’s going on now at Ghost Gallery:
BELL JAR: A Group Exhibit
24 local & national female artists use the ever-iconic bell jar to house a variety of mixed media work. Sculptures, living plants, dioramas, embroidery, collage and more. *This exhibit is not based on the book by Sylvia Plath “The Bell Jar,” rather it is an aesthetic exploration by these artists of the bell jar as a unique vessel to house visual art.*
On view now through Thursday, April 2nd.
View the show ONLINE
SOOT: a 3-day show featuring Rachel Green and Salo
Friday, April 3rd through Sunday, April 5th
Evolving performance/installation on view during gallery hours through Sunday, April 5th
Soot is a twelve-hour performance piece morphed by an additive of a repetitious history. Developing layers over time, the performance invites the audience to check in throughout the performance. The piece aspires to grasp our persisting desire to be glimpsed, through the repetition of rituals in sound and performance.
Soot is developed by Rachel Green and Salo.
This is an evolving installation and live performance, open to the public during regular gallery hours, with live performance & reception happening at the following times:
Friday, April 3rd Reception/Performance 6-9PM
Sat, April 4th Gallery is open 11am-6pm to view evolving installation, Reception/Performance 6-9PM
Sun, April 5th Gallery is open 11-6pm to view evolving installation
*The boutique portion of the gallery will still be open during regular and reception hours*
Things on Things: New Paintings by Erin Kendig
Opens Thurs, April 9th 5-9pm
Ghost is pleased to present a series of new, original paintings by Seattle artist Erin Kendig, inspired by the Olympic Peninsula’s overwhelming biomass along with other Northwest surroundings. Erin primarily works with watercolor, occasionally bringing in acrylic, ink and collage. The perfected shading technique in her landscapes combine well
with her fine, detailed line work and choice of warm, rich hues.
On view through May 7th