SEASON is proud to present WONDERLAND, an outdoor sculpture show of work by Seattle artist Luke Armitstead. Along with sculptures, there will be a selection of Luke’s unique pottery, ready for spring planting. Wonderland will be presented in the backyard at SEASON from 2-5 pm, rain or shine, social distancing and masks required.
May 7-30, 2021
SEASON is proud to present “I REMEMBER EVERYTHING,” a group show with work by Jeff Gerber, Cara Jaye, and Peter Scherrer. This show will take place at Geheim gallery, located at 1228 Bay Street, Bellingham, Washington, and hours are 11-4, Friday-Sunday. Face masks are required and appointments are recommended. Geheim Gallery website.
The Pacific Northwest is a place of tremendous natural beauty. Our old growth forests and mountain ranges are destinations for travelers and nature lovers year round. The artists in “I REMEMBER EVERYTHING” each admire and appreciate the attraction of our shared landscape while noting how time and progress has changed the geography.
Jeff Gerber (Seattle) is an artist and musician working in multi-media including drawing, painting, and glass sculptures. As an artist that often has to travel for his job, Jeff has turned hotel rooms, parks, and street corners into his studio. This unique viewpoint has given his work a universality that recognizes how our impact has affected the world.
Cara Jaye (Bellingham) is a multi-faceted artist combining conventional drawing, traditional and alternative photographic processes, and various printmaking techniques together with painting and collage. Cara’s work highlights the aftermath of our shortsightedness especially with regards to our lakes and oceans.
Peter Scherrer (Bellingham) is a contemporary artist who works primarily in painting and woodblock printmaking. His work approaches the subject of nature and landscape in a unique way, incorporating symbolism, layering and abstraction. Peter draws inspiration from hiking and road trips around the Pacific Northwest, gardening, and his family.
February 1-March 31 2021
SEASON is proud to present UNIVERSAL CITY, a group show of artists affiliated with the gallery. Each artist deepens our understanding of an image or an object by the way they alter how we can accept the recognizable form. Artists included in the show are Lauren Fejarang, Seth David Friedman, Nicole Guerrera, Allison Manch, Shannon McConnell, Josh McDonald, Sean Pearson, Ross Sawyers, and Mike Simi.
Due to Covid 19 restrictions, there will be no opening reception.
The show runs February 1 to March 31 and appointments to visit are welcomed.
SEASON is excited to present BORN TO BE ALIVE, a tenth anniversary show celebrating the artists that have inspired and supported the gallery for this time. The show will include 88 artists from 10 countries with drawing, painting, photography, found ephemera, collage, sculpture, ceramics, and perfume. Opening reception is Sunday October 11, 2-5pm and the show continues by appointment until December 31.
Andy Heck Boyd
Calvin Ross Carl
DEAD ART STAR
Lars van Dooran
Matthew F Fisher
Seth David Friedman
Robert Andrew Troy Kenney
Anthony Palocci Jr
Maxwell Williams/UFO Parfums
I’m very excited to participate in the Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair with paintings and drawings by New Hampshire artist Andy Heck Boyd.
As a result of the cancellation of The Seattle Art Fair due to Covid 19, over 50 Seattle area galleries are collaborating to produce unique, individual “fairs” within their spaces and/or online. Please visit seattledeconstructedartfair.com for a list of participating galleries with hours and maps.
The work by Andy Heck Boyd is motivated in part by his paranoid schizophrenia and delusions of hearing the voices of Satan. These burdens have led Andy to multiple college drop outs, and forced him to become self-taught. These starts at an art education places his work between that of pure Outsider artist and seasoned grad. Pulling from numerous aesthetics and styles, his work ranges from short novellas, comics, film, photography and painting and addresses concerns about identity, memory and humor. This exhibition will last August 1 to 15, please contact email@example.com to arrange a visit.
SEASON IS PROUD TO PRESENT Motor Cave WITH CERAMIC WORKS and large drawings BY SEAN PEARSON. In lieu of an opening reception, the work will be easily visible from the front window and you are invited to step up and see it during the day. Appointments are encouraged if you wish to see the work closer, please email robert (at) season (dot) cz. THE show will continue to September 30. Sean Pearson is a Seattle artist working in dystopic sculptures. A constant theme in his work is alienation from an obvious peer group and a reluctant acceptance into an Other and how this acceptance can happen naturally, slowly and without recognition. Sean graduated from Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida, with additional studies through the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design, New York, New York. His work has been shown in Seattle, Brooklyn and Los Angeles, and written about in Animal New York and Art F City.
SEASON is proud to present The Future Isn’t What It Used To Be, a show of new photographs by Chicago artist Ross Sawyers. Opening reception is Sunday JANUARY 12, 2-5PM, AND THE SHOW WILL CONTINUE TO MARCH 31. HOURS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
ROSS Sawyers holds a BFA in Photography and New Media from the Kansas City Art Institute, and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Visual Arts from the University of Washington in Seattle. His work has been widely shown in exhibitions most recently, THE GROUP SHOW INTEGRATED PHOTOGRAPHY IN Pilsen, CzECH Republic, as part of the 7TH annual Photography Symposium and Exhibition. He has shown at Platform Gallery in Seattle, ACME in los angeles, and RosPhoto in St. Petersburg, Russia. Other notable honors include the Crystal Apple Award from the Society for Photographic Education, and a nomination for the John Gitmann Fellowship. Ross lives and works in Chicago where he is an Assistant Professor in Photography at Columbia College Chicago.