Stasis – A group show
AMcE Creative Arts
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EXHIBITION: April 29th – June 10, 2023
Opening reception: Saturday, April 22, 5p – 7p
6/10 - Stasis artist Vander McClain will be giving an artist talk from 4-5p followed by a casual reception
6/17 - AMcE is turning two! Join us on Saturday, June 17, 5-7p for a reception with bubbly and nibbles in celebration of AMcE’s second anniversary. We want to toast our lovely community of friends and artists, and to say thank you for all of your incredible support.
AMcE is pleased to present:
Stasis – a group show featuring six west coast artists, plus a guest curated group show from Jeremy Buben in the Niche Market Storefront.
The landscape-inspired painting, mixed media, and ceramics works in Stasis offer moments of reflection akin to quieted beats between life’s noisy, push-pull thrum. The works reflect personifications of internal landscapes that create a resting place, reprieve, or state of equilibrium between divergent ways of being in and moving through the world.
Artists include: Richard Bruland, Casey Curran, Roni Feldman, Kendra Larson, Vander McClain, and Ryana Lawson
Guest curator Jeremy Buben will present This Must Be The Vase, a group show of vases and vessels from glass and ceramic artists in the Niche Market Storefront
612 19th Ave E, Seattle 98112
Thurs–Sun 11– 6; Wed appt
ABOUT THE GALLERY
Established in June 2021, AMcE Creative Arts presents fine art exhibitions and cultural programs designed to foster community engagement and inspiration through unique exchanges with contemporary visual artists and makers. With an emphasis on creating a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere, AMcE’s programming offers rotating art exhibitions, art workshops for adults, kids and families, talks with artists and arts educators, and partnerships with area nonprofit and art organizations. The gallery also features a Niche Market that showcases smaller works and artist books from local and national artists. AMcE’s partner agency McLean Art Projects also supports the artist community through educational and professional development workshops and dialogues with established artists and arts professionals held in the gallery.