A thirty-year retrospective of work by David Brody, who has been a Professor of Painting and Drawing at the University of Washington since 1996. The artist writes, "For close to three decades I made figurative oil paintings. The narrative content spanned sex, violence, and death, and, at times, the work was tinged with humor.” Brody’s most recent work uses digital as well as traditional media and procedures to explore the nature of grids, lines, and geometric forms in space.
ELLENSBURG, Wash. — Notes from Suburbia Exhibit Opens in Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, October 1 The CWUCWU's Schlanger Presents Mapping Plutonium At Rocky Mountain College Of Art + Design
Gregg Schlanger, CWU art professor and chair, created Mapping Plutonium [Hanford to Rocky Flats], aBreaking The Line Opens May 27 In The Spurgeon Gallery
ELLENSBURG, Wash. — The CWU Sarah Spurgeon Gallery will host Breaking the Line, a Master of Fine A