All Nine Legs brings together seven artists from around the country, over several generations, and across diverse media. These painters, sculptors, writers, and composers first met in snow-covered Wyoming and found, as they watched the world turn white through the windows, that they all shared an interest in storytelling. In their own way, each artist tells a story that becomes part of a larger narrative for how we all cross paths, spend time together, and time apart—but are all, as we are telling our own tales, also telling part of a much grander story.
Kirkland Arts Center is proud to present the fifth installment of its biennial contemporary ceramics exhibition, Clay? V, juried by University of Washington, School of Art Professors Doug Jeck, Jamie Walker, and Akio Takamori. This international exhibition explores the versatility of clay as a medium of artistic expression. Showcasing a range of sizes, scales, subject matter, and techniques, the artwork of Clay? V is both a testament to the enduring legacy of clay and future of the field. Come see the show and marvel with us: could that really be clay?
Ted Hiebert has been collecting used copies of books that contain Jorge Luis Borge’s short story “The Library of Babel.”
Replicas is a light installation that utilizes the entire ceiling space of the Kirkland Art Center’s main staircase entrance.
Contained looks at the containers in our lives and examines the ways that objects shape us, and how we use them to ground our ideas and memories.
This biennial contemporary ceramics exhibition is presented during the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts' (NCECA) conference.
This exhibition brings together three bodies of work generated from Ondrizek's two-year collaboration with the department of Medical Genetics at the University of Washington.
A variety of new work by KAC members. Media include painting, mixed media, ceramics, photography, and sculpture.
Join the exhibition artists for a closing party on Friday, Oct. 19 from 8-10 PM.
Merrily Dicks and Joanne Shellan present new paintings at Kirkland Public Library.