Art at the CAVE opens its doors to “Sin?”, our freshest exhibit yet at Vancouver's newest art gallery.  108 E Evergreen Blvd., Vancouver, WA 98660. Opening exhibition starts 5pm August 3, 2018 and continues through September 1, 2018.  First Friday opening events and the opportunity to meet the artists August 3 from 5pm-9pm. Regular gallery hours are 10am-4pm Tuesday-Saturday.      This is a juried show featuring artists Michele Collier, Jessica Damsky, Kayla Griffin, Cynthia Heise, Anne John, Clarice Keegan, Ryan W. Kelly, Bill Leigh, Meredith Lewis, Marc M. McVey, Alan Rose, Ruth Ross, Sally Sellers, Noah Alexander Isaac Stein, Dale Strouse and Samyak Yamauchi  .  The subject is 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 good karma and is anything taboo?  

Art at the CAVE opens its doors to “Sin?”, our freshest exhibit yet at Vancouver's newest art gallery.  108 E Evergreen Blvd., Vancouver, WA 98660. Opening exhibition starts 5pm August 3, 2018 and continues through September 1, 2018.  First Friday opening events and the opportunity to meet the artists August 3 from 5pm-9pm. Regular gallery hours are 10am-4pm Tuesday-Saturday.  

This is a juried show featuring artists Michele Collier, Jessica Damsky, Kayla Griffin, Cynthia Heise, Anne John, Clarice Keegan, Ryan W. Kelly, Bill Leigh, Meredith Lewis, Marc M. McVey, Alan Rose, Ruth Ross, Sally Sellers, Noah Alexander Isaac Stein, Dale Strouse and Samyak Yamauchi.  The subject is 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 good karma and is anything taboo?  

Past Exhibitions

FEMINAE CONSEQUAT

This is a photographic exhibition featuring  

Alessandra Genovese • Anara Gillock • Jenny Olsen

Opening event July 6:  5-9pm and continuing through July 28, 2018

Alessandra Genovese is a mixed media artist working in analog film, digital film, and sound to collage multidimensional spaces.

Anara Gillock's work focuses on her observations, in black and white, of  life in the city.

Jenny Olsen is a photographer who has turned her journeys into a love affair exploring various desert landscapes.

June: MIRRORS

Featuring the art of Chas Martin and Melissa Monroe. 

Artist's Talk:  Saturday June 9, 1pm

Mirrors: Seeing our reflection in the familiar unknown. Chas Martin will share insights as well as his own questions about his archetypal masks, sculptures and paintings.

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May: Escape from Audubon 

Read the May 5th, 2018 Columbian article here 

November 2017: Clark County Open Studios

Artist talks featuring Bea Garth, Deb Spofford and Sharon Svec. 

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December 2017: Wear and Tear featuring Sam Cobb, Matthew Hopkins, Ugo Serrano and Chris Walas. 

 

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January 2018/ Retrospective featuring the art of Anne John

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February 2018/ Then and Now featuring Anne John is the second part of her extensive collection. 

 

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March 2018: Reflect/Printed Matter 

REFLECT exhibition featuring works from three Portland based artists, Abra Ancliffe, Brandi Kruse, and Yoshihiro Kitai. Each artist uses the exhibition title REFLECT to show how they express and present their work conceptually, intellectually and spiritually combined with process, and artistic mastery of the mediums used.

PRINTED MATTER is a group exhibition featuring artists selected from Pacific Northwest College of Art students. Artists are Madeleine Barbier, James Fink, Neal McCormick, and Sydney McLeod.

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April 2018: SCULPT/ Alchemy in 3D: Join Pacific Northwest Sculptors as they host the 4th annual International Sculpture Day at Art at the CAVE. SCULPT / Alchemy in 3D celebratres sculpture with multiple activities including a month long exhibition and an evening event on Saturday April 21, 2018. For more information on the events, check out our calendar. 

 

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