This June, Art at the CAVE welcomes the work of Mar Goman and M. Acuff. Goman’s work often references the interior journey, invisible wounds, common humanity, and the process of becoming authentic spiritual human beings. Acuff is greatly focused on the aesthetic, ecologic, and material that define the period in human/geologic history now known as the Anthropocene. Join us June 7th from 6-9pm for an opening reception and opportunity to meet the artists. The exhibit ends on June 28th.
Join us June 7th from 6-9pm for an opening reception and opportunity to meet the artists exhibiting this June At the CAVE. Goman’s work often references the interior journey, invisible wounds, common humanity, and the process of becoming authentic spiritual human beings. Acuff is greatly focused on the aesthetic, ecologic, and material that define the period in human/geologic history now known as the Anthropocene. The exhibit ends on June 28th.
A long time contributor and friend of the CAVE, Cynthia Heise will be showing her work this May with an opening reception on the 3rd from 6-9pm. In her own words, “Rainbow Giraffe was born in the land of 10,000 lakes. It was also the land of 10,000 water sprites and 10,000 nightmares. Minnesota, of course, inspired escape. Thus began The Quest. Follow now a pictorial journey through the veils of time and some lesser bits of America. Follow now a journey right into the rosy present.”
During the Design Week Portland Open House, Moffit will conduct a demonstration entitled, “Imagining the Subverted Moment,” at 4pm followed by a talk and question/answer with the artist. There is no charge for attendance to the gallery or events.
The artworks in this exhibition express ideas about the natural world and the essence of things. The show will include Gray’s painting, monotypes by Mayer, and Dengerink’s paintings, sculptures, and an installation that incorporates a soundtrack by artist/drummer Melissa Gueiros. Exhibition opening January 4th from 6-9pm.
Art At The CAVE celebrates artists kathi rick and John Tylczak this December during an opening reception Friday, December 7th from 6-9pm. The exhibits, which are each influenced by expeditions into the great northwest wilderness continue thru the 29th of December.
Art at the CAVE's newest exhibition features Women of the PNW telling
“Stories that MIGHT be True” throughout September
Please join us to appreciate the work of visual artists Michelle Allen, Wendy Armstrong, Rachel Aponte, Marthe Aponte, Erin Dengerink, Lesley Faulds, Bea Garth, Mar Goman, Cynthia Heise, Anne John, Linda Kliewer, Carson Legree, Michelle Marusek, kathi rick, Sharon Svec and Crystal Zeller.
There will also be special guest appearances by Sumona, Monica, Barbara, Nala, Pamela, and Rakayia – belly dancers from across the PNW. Performances at intervals throughout the evening of September 7 between 5pm-9pm at The CAVE Art Gallery. The CAVE is located at 108 E Evergreen Blvd., Vancouver, WA 98660.
Art at the CAVE opens its doors to Sin
The opening exhibition starts at 5pm August 3, 2018.
If you haven't planned to come downtown Vancouver for First Friday we hope you will put it on your calendar right now. This will be a humorous poke at the concept of Sin and a good place to meet up with your fellow patrons of the arts. 108 E Evergreen Blvd., Vancouver, WA 98660. Wine and light refreshments will be served. Many of the artists will be available to answer your questions.
This is a juried show featuring artists Michele Collier, Jessica Damsky, Kayla Griffin, Cynthia Heise, Anne John, Clarice Keegan, Ryan W. Kelly, Meredith Lewis, Marc M. McVey, Alan Rose, Ruth Ross, Sally Sellers, Noah Alexander Isaac Stein, Dale Strouse and Samyak Yamauchi. The subject – SIN?
How does a civilization's concept of sin and evil influence or express itself in fine art? What is sin? What isn't? Who cares? How do we define “Sin”? The Seven Deadly Sins: pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath and sloth are behavioral but are they amoral? Is anything intrinsically ethical, or righteous or evil in reference to some universal code? No deity, no sin? Does that mean no right or wrong; nothing moral or immoral? Is there only good or bad karma and is anything taboo?
6PM- Artist Talks: Local Sculptors share their work and the inspiration behind it. Featured speakers: Craig Dorety, Chas Martin and Sue Westfall Quast.
4-10 PM- Sculpture Demos: Witness live collaborative demonstrations by sculptors Dave Gonzo and Chayo Wilson as they merge together metal and clay.
4-10 PM - Meditation and Manipulation: Help build passageways to create consciousness.
4-10 PM - Exhibition: 30 works: Pacific Northwest Sculptors.