The Vestibule
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Exhibitions

Current, Upcoming, & Past

 

We like a good show

We like a good show

Exhibitions at the Vestibule are time sensitive. For a few evenings, we hold openings and receptions for a short time to gather viewers and artists together. For a few weeks, we preserve key elements of these exhibits for Air BnB guests and visitors-by-appointments to appreciate in a longer, more intimate relationship. As we grow hope to offer longer stays with these unique shows. 

Memory Net - Lauren Iida / July 28- Aug 12 2018

Memory Net - Lauren Iida / July 28- Aug 12 2018

Hide and Seek / Jessixa Bagley / May 2018

Hide and Seek / Jessixa Bagley / May 2018

Jessixa Bagley, author of Laundry Day, Boats for Papa and other books, presents new drawings and paintings. Artist's Reception May 12th 4-6 pm. Kid friendly!

Fragile and Upheld / Taylor Hanigosky / March 2018

Fragile and Upheld / Taylor Hanigosky / March 2018

Seattle-based artist Taylor Hanigosky constructs durational installations in which found rocks are suspended by a network of string, tension and their own weight. Hangiosky studies the aesthetic and conceptual curiosities of rocks; the resulting work is a meditation on balance, time and interaction. In the installations, rock are a medium to question our limitedly human understanding of fragility and permanence.

The So Sew Show / February 2018

The So Sew Show / February 2018

New works in thread, fiber, wood, repurposed material by twelve PNW artists. Artists Include Gabrielle Abbott  Julie AlexanderErik Andor  Andrea Beck, Melina Bishop , Carrie CooperSeason EvansMakena GadientEJ LandsmanAmanda TriplettLibby Wadsworth Suze Woolf

Serrah Russell + Alyson Provax / November 2017

Serrah Russell + Alyson Provax / November 2017

Portland artist Alyson Provax and Seattle artist Serrah Russell have created new works utilizing collage, polaroid, letterpress, and animation which explore ideas of absence, disappearance, memory and change in the context of the recent solar eclipse within our current political climate.  

Ilysia Van Deren / October 2017

Ilysia Van Deren / October 2017

Pleasure Escape is a site-specific installation of textiles and fabric sketches by Ilysia Van Deren  

Natural History

Natural History

Artists include

Erin Kendig (Nurse Log pictured above), E.J. Landsman , Aaron MorganMadison Erin MayfieldAlyssa SuzumuraDanielle Schlunegger-Warner, Siobhán Wilder, Michelle Aitken

Dissent / James Rooney / August 2017

Dissent / James Rooney / August 2017

Dissent represented two recent projects by photographer and philanthropist James Rooney: documentation of local protests since Inauguration Day 2017 and a documentation of lines and textures in the natural world.  50% of proceeds were donated to the ACLU and IRC of Seattle.

Amy Huber

Amy Huber

Amy Huber's Rock Portraits and More 

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Cicelia Ross-Gotta / September 2018

Cicelia Ross-Gotta / September 2018

And next?

And next?

Interested showing work at the Vestibule? See our current group show call for work or get in touch.