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A Night At The Carnival

September 11th, 2014

A Night At The Carnival

Inspired by the pulsing energy of midways, carnivals and state fairs, award winning artists Dayton Knipher (digital photography) and Mark Lubich (fused glass) have created an exciting and dynamic multi-sensory experience for their show at Phinney Center Gallery in Seattle, WA.

Knipher’s work takes you into the dizzy world of fast paced slideshows, video, and swirling photographic works of color and motion, while Lubich’s fused glass is the perfect material to convey the emotion and fluidity of the carnival and the unfocused energy that emanates from the mass of people that press the midway and queue for a two minute ride into madness.

We hope you enjoy the visual excitement as Phinney Center Gallery dives into the traveling show, an electric, heart stopping jumble of the topsy-turvy world of an American Carnival.

Where:: Phinney Center Gallery
6532 Phinney Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98103
When:: Show...

14th Annual Art Port Townsend Begins August 3rd

July 21st, 2012

14th Annual Art Port Townsend Begins August 3rd

The work of Olympia Artist, Mark W. Lubich, has been selected to be included in ART PORT TOWNSEND/EXPRESSIONS NORTHWEST, the Northwind Arts Alliance and Port Townsend Arts Commission's 14th Annual Juried Art Exhibition, held from August 3rd – August 26th. Rock Hushka, Director of the Tacoma Art Museum, is the juror for this year’s art show featuring Northwest artists. He considered over 430 entries submitted by artists from Oregon, Washington, Montana, Idaho, and British Columbia. From the entries, 67 pieces were chosen to be in the show. The juried show, “Expressions Northwest”, will be on display at the Northwind Arts Center, 2409 Jefferson St., Port Townsend from August 3rd – August 26th. Northwind is open Noon – 5:00 P.M. and is closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

On Saturday, August 4th, 1:00 P.M. at Nothwind Arts Center, the show’s Juror, Rock Hushka, will give a free art lecture. Before joining the Tacoma Art Museum, Hushka held positions on the curatorial staff at...

Five Views Exhibit Opens In Bremerton

September 25th, 2010

Five Views Exhibit Opens In Bremerton


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Five Views is an eclectic and exciting combination of photography and photographic art, fused glass, digital art and oil on canvas media to delight the eye and whet the palette for art.

Dayton K Knipher’s intriguing mirrored image photography and Myra Gates’ digital art trick the eye and beg closer examination, while Mark Lubich’s fused glass dazzles with mixed color and social commentary.

Photographer Steve Russell takes a plunge into the secret life of bugs and comes up with...

Phinney Neighborhood Association Update August 2010

August 5th, 2010

Phinney Neighborhood Association Update August 2010


Phinney Center Gallery - August Exhibition

Art From Life: Color & Commentary
In “Art From Life: Color & Commentary,” artists Sandy Haight and Mark Lubich work with vibrant colors to explore themes of life in their artwork. Sandy Haight paints and draws with watercolor and sumie ink from live models, allowing her to react spontaneously to a subject that is before her eyes for a limited period of time. Mark Lubich creates mixed media works that are heavily influenced by current social issues and fused glass works that express simple feelings and joy through movement and color.

Dates and Opening Reception
The show will be in the Phinney Center Gallery from August 4 - September 3. The opening reception will be Friday, August 13 from 7:00-9:00 pm
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Pamela Jaynes, PNA Arts...

Collective Singular

July 8th, 2010

Collective Singular

Annex Gallery
July 8 – July 25 2010
During Denver’s
Inaugural Biennial

“Collective Singular”

Curated by
Sandra Jean Ceas

In our complex world of humanity, in singularity we still collect and form a whole that shares the nuance of transformation with generations of interconnectedness and community. Local and international art will be exhibited expressing perceptions of social constructs including disparity, equality, healing, and dignity, all with spirits of contemplation and celebration of life.

Two fused glass pieces created by artist, Mark W. Lubich of Olympia, Washington, will be on display as part of Denver's Inaugural Biennial of the Americas at the Core Annex Gallery in Denver's Santa Fe Art District. Lubich's two works are "Celebrate the Possibilities" and "Celebrate Life." Two other Washington State artists will be represented in this group exhibit.

Inquiries regarding "Collective Singular" should be directed to...

Bremerton Banners Bring Local Flair To The Streets

May 29th, 2010

Bremerton Banners Bring Local Flair To The Streets

The city is adding a punch of local color against the gray, rainy skies of Bremerton. Starting Monday, the city began hanging a series of banners featuring the work of local artists from street lamps, culminating a one-year Bremerton Arts Commission project that aims to spice up the streets. the Public Works and Utilities Department started hanging the banners at Pacific Avenue and Burwell Street. Thirty artists - all from western Washington and most with Kitsap roots - generated about 70 images for 140 banners that will be displayed along Pacific Avenue and throughout the city, said Pam Bykonen, who coordinated the project for the city Department of Community Development. The Arts Commission called for local artists to participate in the project a year ago, so it could "do something special" for the city, Bykonen said.

Artist Lisa Stirrett, whose work can be seen throughout the city from the conference center to the ferry terminal to Anthony's Restaurant, is one...