Current Exhibition

Becoming American:︎

A multi-venue exhibition
Seattle-based non-profit
Cefalonia announces its inaugural annual exhibition, Becoming American. A collaborative project with leading venues for contemporary art in the city of Seattle, the exhibition is organized in collaboration with its presenting partners Specialist, located in Pioneer Square, Studio e, in Georgetown, and SOIL, an artist collective based in Pioneer Square and with support from the U.S. National Park Service.

Press:  City Arts, The Stranger 

Dan Attoe, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Paul Stephen Benjamin, Gretchen Frances Bennett, Matthew Brannon, Jasper Johns, Brian Jungen, Eyvind Kang, Duane Linklater, Lynne McCabe, Jeffry Mitchell, Lavar Munroe, Helen O’Leary, Jenny Perlin, Pope L., Adrian Piper, R.H. Quaytman, Ruth Robbins, Aram Saroyan, Dori Hana Scherer, Barbara Earl Thomas, Rodrigo Valenzuela, Anna Von Mertens & Marie Watt.

A special exhibition next to the Seattle Art Fair. Press: City Arts »

Exhibition Details ︎
August 2-5, 2018 | 255 S. King Street, 98104
Opening reception, Thursday, August 2nd 7-10 pm

1 ROOM: A group exhibition of works by studio e gallery and other Pacific Northwest artists.

Brian Beck (studio e)
Saul Becker
Daniel Carrillo (Greg Kucera Gallery)
Dawn Cerny (SEASON Gallery)
Brian Cypher (studio e)
Linda Davidson (G. Gibson Gallery)
Warren Dykeman (studio e)
Robert Hardgrave 
Alfred Harris
Andrea Joyce Heimer
Damien Hoar de Galvan (studio e)
David Hytone (Linda Hodges Gallery)
Fay Jones (James Harris Gallery)
Ken Kelly (studio e)
Sarah Norsworthy (studio e)
Whiting Tennis (Greg Kucera Gallery)
Gillian Theobald (studio e)
Cappy Thompson (Traver Gallery)
Heather Wilcoxon (studio e)
Robert Yoder (Platform Gallery)


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Past Exhibition

Ken Kelly
solo show: ︎

May 25th - July 14th 2018,
Artist Reception, Saturday,
June 2nd, 6-9pm

Ken Kelly, who has been exhibiting work since 1983, is stepping to the fore with a new body of work, boldly painting abstract shapes and patterns extended on a vast scale - in dimensions of 144” or more. His surprising color combinations set off interacting regions of space, chunks of color that reverberate among themselves and with the environment beyond the canvas.  Accompanying these are smaller pieces thickly painted and layered, contrasting static shapes with streaks of movement.︎