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Quick Links
 
 
 
 
 
New Parking Info:

Parking permits are  required only 5 days a week now in the 16th Avenue Visitor Parking Lot. No permits needed on weekends and evenings.

 
 
 
 
 
Gallery Exhibition
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Follow this link to our website with instructions for
ordering books that our gallery photographer, Gary Miller, has put together of Larson Gallery exhibitions and events.
 
 
Order Books
 
 
 
Window Clings
 
 
 
 
ART Window Clings now available for $5. Popular in car windows -- a great way to support and promote the Larson Gallery.
 
 
 
 
ARTifacts
 
 
 
 
ARTifacts (in the Gallery)
Check our gift corner for ever-changing artworks from local artists.
 
If you are interested in selling your smaller works through us, please give us a call. (35% commission)
 
 
 
 
 
 
Merci
Administrative Professionals' Day
April 25th, 2018
Doors Open at 11 am
Lunch Served from 12-1 pm
 
 
"Gaia Orange" by Heidi Lewis Coleman
 
 
Please join the Larson Gallery Guild at the Yakima Valley Museum on April 25th for a very special THANK YOU LUNCHEON. Thank your colleagues or Thank your friends!
Individual Tickets: $35
Entertainment and raffle of various artworks including "Gaia Orange" by Heidi Lewis Coleman
For reservations call: 509-574-4875 or buy online at larsongallery.org
 
 
 
 
 
Department of Visual Arts Exhibition
May 1 - 26, 2018
Opening Reception: May 1st; 5-7 pm
 
 
 
 
This annual exhibit presents the artwork, created within the last year by Department of Visual Art (DoVA) students. Student work is chosen from Spring and Fall quarters of 2017 and Winter quarter of 2018 at Yakima Valley College. Classes include ceramics, painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, and design. A large selection of the students' best work makes this one of the favorite exhibitions of the year and a wonderful opportunity to purchase art. In addition to the student artwork, each instructor shows the creativity of their own personal work.
 
 
 
 
 
May 19th; 10-4 pm
Free Coffee and Donuts in the Larson Gallery @ 9 am
 
 
 
 
1. Leo Adams.
2. Gayle Scholl/Gary Bailey
3. Sandy Dahl
4. Joel Garretson’s garden
5. Studio 601 (current inhabitants are Brian Holtzinger and Janice Baker)
6. Tieton Lofts, with the following lofts open: Kerry & Karen Quint, Yvonne Pepin-Wakefield, J Alexander, John & Julie Kane, Candace Vance, Sandra Dean, and Helen Marieskind.
Tickets will be available in April at Larson Gallery, Yakima Bindery, and Oak Hollow and online. Buy Tickets HERE.
 
 
 
 
 
The Artist Within – A Different View of Dementia
March - April
 
 
 
 
The Artist Within – A Different View of Dementia.
Surprising, delightful and inspiring art by vibrant people, 60-101, living with Alzheimer’s Disease and other Dementias. This extraordinary artwork is a revelation, opening hearts and minds to a different way of thinking about dementia, enabling us to see that people living with dementia are still here, living with dignity, creativity, and joy.
 
 
 
 
 
David Johansson
March 22 - May 12, 2018
 
 

 
 
 
Weekends in July
 
 
 
 

The Summer Fun Workshops Series is packed full with non-stop creativity! Each weekend in July the gallery is excited bringing you new mediums to express the artist within. Whether you’re a beginner eager to learn something new or a seasoned aficionado these workshops are sure to bring new experiences and ideas to the table. With instructors like YVC art teacher, Meghan Flynn, and former Larson Gallery Director, Carol Hassen, you’re bound to walk away with a treasure trove of information and inspiration. Register online at larsongallery.org. Hurry seating is limited!

 
 
 
 
 
Jack McEntire
Artist Reception: April 28; 6-9 pm
 
 
 
 
Local sculptor Jack McEntire will present a showing of wood and rock sculpture at the Yakima Maker Space Gallery during the month of April.  Carvings will cover the time frame from the beginning of his career 21 years ago.  The exhibition will include his first 3-D carving, first relief carving, and a totem created just this year.  The bulk of the works will be derived from his personal collection of sculpture produced by artists from all over the world.  There will be works from artists in Italy, Australia, Zimbabwe, and all across North America.  Most of the art will be made from wood, but there will also be several stone works presented.
 
 
 
 
 
Susan L. Hahn
April 3 - June 2, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
April 6 - September 14, 2018
Steve Platt, John T. Bissonette, Janet Buege, Kristi Donahue, Scott and Robin Mayberry
 
 
 
 
 
Debris & Mano de Orula
Evan Blackwell, Karen Hackenberg, Bonilyn Parker, Xavier Cavazos

April 6-28, 2018

 
 
 
 

In the Main Gallery:

Debris - Evan Blackwell, Karen Hackenberg, Bonilyn Parker
It’s no coincidence this exhibit was timed for Earth Day. This exhibition brings together three artists who gain inspiration from items that most of us discard. Their inventive reuse and re-purposing of unique materials draws on themes as varied as ocean degradation, material transformation and the cycles of growth, decay, and renewal.

Bonilyn Parker is a ceramics artist-in-residence at Gallery One. In addition to being an artist, Boni also is the ceramics technician and teaches art after school and adult classes. In her functional ceramic work you will discover textures made from bubble wrap, corrugated cardboard, 2 liter bottles and beer cans.

Karen Hackenberg, a painter from the Discovery Bay near Port Townsend, lusciously depicts and rearranges discarded ocean debris in her paintings. Her environmental investigations have recently made their way onto the iPad and some of those drawings will be on display at Gallery One as well.

Evan Blackwell uses materials in surplus such as frame corners and other construction materials to create strong forms. Much like construction sites, his work is site specific and challenges the concept of the framed art piece.

In the Eveleth Green Gallery:
Mano de Orula - Xavier Cavazos
Inspired by the street art of Cuba, Xavier explores themes of the sacred along with everyday life. Cavazos also integrates discarded materials from construction sites. 

In the Hallway Gallery:

Ink for Alaska
A traveling exhibit of prints capturing the soul and art of Alaska originally created to generate awareness for the Alaska Wilderness League. Their mission is to preserve and protect the beauty and natural resources yet untapped in Alaska.

 
 
 
 
 
Ernie Duncan
May 6 - June 15, 2018
 
 
 
 
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