Monthly Archives: July 2015

Pohlman Knowles’ Summer Shows

Bodies + Beings

Abmeyer + Wood
Thursday, July 2 – August 21
Reception:  Thursday, July 2, 5 – 8 p.m.

We are pleased to announce that we are participating in this group exhibition along with the following artists:

William Morris
Ross Richmond
Patti Warashina
Richard Notkin
Adrian Arleo
Margaret Keelan
Calvin Ma
Erika Sanada
Jason Walker
Christopher David White
Jacob Foran
Cynthia Consentio

Abmeyer + Wood was founded in 2012 by Jonathan Wood, former employee of Friesen Gallery of the same location, 1210 Second Avenue, just behind New Archetypes, the towering stainless steel columns created in 1990 by Anne and Patrick Poirier. Abmeyer + Wood strives to bring the best in contemporary arts to the Pacific Northwest through a roster of nationally recognized artists from the region and beyond.

Stainless columns

New Archetypes by Anne and Patrick Poirier, 1990 on Seattle’s Second Avenue

Wunderkammer:  Artifacts, False Memories and Projections

Foss Waterway Seaport
Maritime Museum
Thursday, July 16 (evening reception) – August 29
Opening at Maritime Fest:
Saturday, July 18 (10-6); Sunday, July 19 (10-5)

“Wunderkammer: Artifacts, False Memories and Projections”,  curated by Lisa Kinoshita of Tacoma’s Moss + Mineral, is a contemporary exhibit inspired by the wunderkammers (cabinets of curiosity) first filled by early European voyagers, that expanded knowledge of the known world.

The goal of this show is to stimulate the viewer’s imagination in a direct way that is unusual in the Google age (but more usual during the Renaissance) through sculpture or mixed media work that forces the viewer to consider its authenticity, and/or reason for being.

This exhibition will be installed in the Seaport’s historic and inspiring Balfour Dock Building, renovated in 2014 by Olson Kundig Architects.

Maritime-Museum

Foss Waterway Seaport’s historic Balfour Building

Maritime-Museum-inside

Interior

Piece Gallery

122 East Meadow Drive
Vail, Colorado 81657
970.467.7994

It was not easy to say goodbye to one of the most outstanding art dealers we have worked with but we are wishing Sandy Sardella a most enjoyable retirement after dedicating 25 years to handling glass artwork in three Colorado locations under Pismo Galleries.  We miss her more than we can say.

But!  The exciting news is that Eva Pobjecka, director of the Vail location, has reopened the gallery under the name Piece Gallery and she will be showing our work.  Her website will be available soon; we will keep you posted!

 

That’s all and Happy Summer!