North Bank Artists Gallery Announcement
June 6 - 28, 2014 / North Bank Gallery
Artist’s Reception Friday June 6, 5-9 pm
YES! is a group exhibition featuring Pacific Northwest installation based artists, at Northbank Artist Gallery. This exhibition includes the work of Terri Bradley, Erin Dengerink, Danielle Foushée, Sarah Paul Ocampo, and Lindsay Williams. The artists in this exhibit use unconventional materials, and unexpected techniques to create ambitious, large-scale artworks. The result is a collection of high impact pieces that showcase the talents of these emerging professional artists.
The opening reception will be held on June 6th from 5:30-9pm at Northbank Gallery located on 1005 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98660. The exhibition will run fromJune 6th through the 29th.
The title of the show is taken from the Yoko Ono piece Yes and is meant to convey a message of hope and positivity.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
lives and works in Portland, OR. Through the lens of sculpture and drawing, she seeks to investigate how light, form and space surround and shape one another in our perceptions. For YES! Bradley is creating sculptures of black porcelain and flocking as well as drawings.- terrilbradley.com
is an artist, curator, and educator based in Vancouver WA.
Her artwork investigates lifecycles. Her work is often created in such a way that
is continues to visibly transform while on display in a gallery. She will be showing two large-scale drawings as part of YES! concurrently, Dengerink will have a
solo exhibit in the Northbank middle galley featuring works on paper and a large Installation - erindengerink.com
is a professional artist and designer in Seattle WA. Her work has been exhibited in New York, Beverly Hills, Seattle, Chicago, Portland, Denver, Baltimore, and Reno. She is creating a sculpture for YES! that will drip blue ink. In conjunction with this exhibit Danielle Foushée will be creating a temporary sculpture with the large tree located on Washington St. and Evergreen Blvd. -daniellefoushee.comSarah Paul Ocampo
is a writer, musician and performer currently based in Seattle, WA. Her latest piece is comprised of detritus culled from the sidewalks of New York over a two-year period, re-purposed into quilted patterns that blur the line between trash and treasure.
is a multimedia installation artist born and raised in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Her artwork in YES! will be an installation of silverware made of cinnamon and arranged on the wall in a wallpaper pattern - both fragrant and both fragrant and beautiful. - lindsayleighwilliams.com
North Bank Artists Gallery
1005 Main Street
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Gallery Hours Thurs-Sat 11:30am -4:30pm