ShoreLake Arts Gallery Exhibits

The ShoreLake Arts Gallery is not-for-profit and features changing art exhibits on the walls every 6 weeks, as well as jewelry, ceramics, glass and more all made by local artists.

See these works and the creations of other local artists during gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday, Noon to 5pm

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Jenna Brechbiel

January 5 - February 19, 2022

Jenna’s paintings are created by vibrant washes of watercolor mixing together to create unique and unpredictable combinations.

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Cheryl Brown

January 5 - February 19, 2022

Cheryl uses a combination of handmade and manufactured papers and re-purposed materials, always looking for that perfect something to add an element of surprise and whimsey into her art.

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Kristy Swanson

February 23 - April 2, 2022

Kristy is an emerging artist working in encaustic and mixed media. She is influenced by shapes and patterns found in both natural and urban environments.

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Erik Amundsen

February 23 - April 2, 2022

Erik's main form of creative expression is flat lay nature photography, taking objects from nature and arranging them on solid color background to express a fine art feel.

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Rachel Wold

April 6 - May 14, 2022

Rachel Wold is an abstract artist based in Seattle, Washington. She grew up drawing, painting, and exploring the Pacific Northwest and finds solace and inspiration in nature.

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Kuria Jorissen

April 6 - May 14, 2022

Often traveling to far off wilderness areas, Kuria does most of her work from midnight to 4am. Growing up, she was always exploring and discovering, whether that was the great outdoors or simply expanding her knowledge of art and photography.

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Ross Collado

May 18 - June 25, 2022

Ross Boa Collado identifies as a Filipino-American and self-taught abstract expressionism painter. His artistic process is highly intuitive with each piece beginning with an overall concept or idea that evolves over time.

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Judith Perry

May 18 - June 25, 2022

Judith Perry is an award winning artist and a signature member of the Hawaii Watercolor Society and president of the Women Painters of Washington. Her style is typically bold and has been influenced by James Whistler with his high contrasts in value, Lucien Freud and his search for the character in figure work, and Mitch Albala for his treatment of the landscape.

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Andrea Lewicki

June 29 - August 13, 2022

Andrea Lewicki is an award-winning abstract artist. Insulated from traditional art for most of her life, her childhood was spent in a rural and defunct retirement community in northeastern Arizona surrounded by miles of dusty desert horizons, her mother's Mexican heritage, and her father's hot rod cars.

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Angelina Kidd

June 29 - August 13, 2022

Angelina Kidd, MFA is a Pacific Northwest artist specializing in the handmade: historical photographic processes, constructed imagery collage and paper arts. Born to a Cuban father and an American mother of Filipino and Polynesian descent, Angelina spent her early years in Honolulu, Hawai'i, before moving to the mainland.

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L. Kelly Lyles

August 17 - October 1, 2022

L. Kelly Lyles has had an exciting life, growing up all over the world thanks to a father in the International division of 3M company. She's primarily a 2D artist painting in oils, acrylic and watercolors; from to-scale trompe l'oeil to giant murals, with a number of different 'styles' and media, but all are based on representational art steeped in classical training.

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Lisa Snow Lady

August 17 - October 1, 2022

Lisa Snow Lady is a Seattle native who's acrylic paintings and mixed media works inspired by her surroundings portray the beauty found in everyday spaces. She uses her colorful palette to elevate the ordinary with themes of the urban landscape, gardens, and interior spaces.

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Mercer Hanau

October 5 - November 12, 2022

Mercer Hanau is a Seattle-based artist and designer specializing in printmaking, video, and cyanotype. Hanau first learned about cyanotype (AKA "sun prints") in a college printmaking class and continued experimenting with the 19th-century cameraless photography technique during her 2020 "Garden Ghosts" artist residency at the Shoreline Art Cottage.

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Lucy Garnett

October 5 - November 12, 2022

Lucy Garnett is an Anglo-Indian artist and musician living in Seattle. She has been an active member of Seattle Artist League since its establishment in 2016. Using a variety of media ranging from printmaking to video installations, Garnett engages with themes of migration, music, health, and family.

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Stocking Stuffer Show

November 16 - December 31, 2022

ShoreLake Arts Gallery is exhibiting a selection of small works (12″ x 12″ or smaller) by local artists. Shop the show online starting November 16, 2022.

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Caryn Vainio

January 4 - February 18, 2023

Caryn Vainio is a mixed media painter and printmaker focusing on Pacific Northwest landscapes and lives near the foothills of the Cascade mountains. The evergreen display of nature through each season inspires her work.

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Ian Shearer

January 4 - February 18, 2023

Ian Shearer is an artist based in Seattle, Washington. In 2018, Ian survived a massive stroke. Through intense therapy he was able to regain use of the right side of his body, however, his painting style and abilities were greatly changed. These changes have led him to "start over" as an artist.