February 7th, 2020

"The Republic of Dreams" featuring etchings from Thomas Wood published by Nawakum Press

Nawakum Press, a publisher of limited edition fine press and artists' books, has released "The Republic of Dreams," by Bruno Schultz, featuring etchings by Thomas Wood.

From their website:

   Nawakum Press has published Schulz’s short story The Republic of   

   Dreams, written in 1936, in a limited edition artist’s book format, co-

   designed, printed and bound by Foolscap Press. Three etchings from

   artist Thomas Wood, who also worked on Nawakum’s The Book of Sand,

   are woven in throughout the book.

Click here to read more!

January 20th, 2020

We're open Mondays!

Beginning this month, i.e. gallery is open Mondays! Now you have an extra day to see what Edison has to offer. Stop by to see our latest show, and head to Breadfarm for baked treats and Mariposa Taqueria for lunch. We can't wait to see you!

January 20th, 2020

Natalie Niblack interview featured in "The Art of Climate Change"

Artist Natalie Niblack was featured in "The Art of Climate Change." Click here to see the video.

The Art of Climate Change contains interviews with 3 artists on how they and their work deals with climate change and the human relationship to our environment. These artists were given the top 3 awards by the exhibition's curator and juror, Bruce Guenther for the Bellingham National 2019 exhibition "Water's Edge: Landscapes for Today" on display at the Whatcom Museum.

Niblack will be exhibiting with i.e. gallery in a solo show titled  "Folly" in the month of February. Check out our calendar for dates, and see Niblack's artist page for more information.

January 15th, 2020

"The Language of Pattern" reviewed in Cascadia Weekly

Art Critic Stephen Hunter has published a review of our latest exhibit, "The Language of Pattern."

An excerpt:

  "Cathy Shoenberg has always been attracted to patterns—Gaudi’s mosaics, Islamic tiles, Japanese fabrics, Guatemalan weaving. Her Gauguin-like portraits of tropical beauties are widely enjoyed. Now she exhibits 33 small rectangles (mixed media on wood), abstract, “doodled” and playful, each a fresh composition. Black-on-white patterns of “The Crown” suggest a snail, Maya glyphs and long, wrapped cylinders sprouting plumes and tassels. In “Bird Pecking Cat Tail,” a cat morphs into snake-like scales and feathers on a field suggesting Aztec serapes and Javanese batik."

Click here to see the full review

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