Exhibitions

EVA ISAKSEN | FAR NORTH

EVA ISAKSEN | FAR NORTH

JUNE 6 - 22, 2024

The title for this show refers to inspiration based on the Arctic landscape. Every year I spend time in my hometown north of the Arctic Circle in Norway, often during the winter months when the days are very short. The winter light is clear and unique, peaceful, beautiful. At night sometimes the northern lights are present. Space, colors, and shapes are based on memories from the north, but what I am always seeking are ways of abstracting my work no matter where the ideas and inspirations has its roots. - Eva Isaksen

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CAMERON ANNE MASON | THE FABRIC OF MEMORY

CAMERON ANNE MASON | THE FABRIC OF MEMORY

MAY 2 - 25, 2024

Foster/White Gallery is thrilled to showcase Cameron Anne Mason's new body of work. This collection is distinguished by its rich flows and blooms of intense color in two-dimensional wall sculpture and three-dimensional free-standing forms. A balance between alchemy and craft, the work displays mastery of numerous textile processes, from dyeing techniques to surface treatments and intricate stitching. An appreciation of nature and her surrounding landscape is at the forefront as Mason draws our attention to the emblematic flora, distinct glacial topography of the Pacific Northwest and recent changes in our surroundings.

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THE ALDEN MASON FOUNDATION AWARD

THE ALDEN MASON FOUNDATION AWARD

MAY 2 - 25, 2024

The Alden Mason Foundation is pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Alden Mason Grand Prize Award and two Special Recognition Awards recognizing Washington state artists in the discipline of painting. The Grand Prize Award grants $12,000 to an outstanding painter, and two additional painters of merit receive Special Recognition Awards of $1,000 each. The works by the three artists feature in gallery for the month of May.

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ALDEN MASON | THE LAST SHAMAN

ALDEN MASON | THE LAST SHAMAN

APRIL 4 - 20, 2024

In anticipation of the Alden Mason Foundation Award ceremony and panel discussion in May, Foster/White Gallery is delighted to showcase the works of Alden Mason for the month of April. In addition to pieces from gallery inventory, the exhibition features paintings from the Alden Mason Foundation's collection. Predominantly figural, works are acrylic on canvas and mixed media on paper from 1990 up to 2010. 

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SUSAN ENGLISH | INTRODUCTION

SUSAN ENGLISH | INTRODUCTION

APRIL 4 - 20, 2024

I have developed a process of pouring layers of tinted polymer on panel that has expanded the breadth of what I can achieve with color and surface in my abstract works. After pouring the tinted polymer, I manipulate the panel so the paint collects or cracks. The poured polymer mimics nature: a layer of polymer hardens like ice or mud —its thickness and viscosity impacting how the surface dries. The variations on the surface and the quality of the color are the result of a delicate and flexible relationship between control and accident. - Susan English

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GROUP EXHIBITION | ELEMENTS: AIR

GROUP EXHIBITION | ELEMENTS: AIR

MARCH 7 - 23, 2024

Foster/White Gallery presents the last installation of our Elements series: Elements: Air. The collection features new and existing works by gallery artists. Some interpretations are literal, while others rely on abstracted or symbolic representations of the element.

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JAMES MARTIN | TAMING THE SQUARE MUSHROOM

JAMES MARTIN | TAMING THE SQUARE MUSHROOM

FEBRUARY 1 - 24, 2024

Working primarily with gouache on brown paper, and sometimes additions such as ink, graphite, charcoal, or collage, James Martin’s figurative scenes are at first glance humorous, with a myriad of characters from parrots, fish, and monkeys to Shakespeare, Picasso, mermaids, and pilots. A closer read reveals how ingenious the artist is, often utilizing the most subtle visual word play, and veering headlong into topics that without his deft hand may feel weighty. Martin's exhibition Taming the Square Mushroom showcases the gallery's current collection, with over 100 works of art on display. 

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CODY COBB | SPECTRAL

CODY COBB | SPECTRAL

FEBRUARY 1 - 24, 2024

Cody Cobb’s striking photographs communicate the solitude of remote locations, places he seeks to immerse himself in untouched wilderness. The isolation allows him more sensitive observations of the external landscape and his internal experiences within it. Cobb's Spectral series was featured in the June 2023 volume of National Geographic Magazine.

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BRATSA BONIFACHO | NO SUGAR ADDED

BRATSA BONIFACHO | NO SUGAR ADDED

DECEMBER 7, 2023 - JANUARY 20, 2024

Bratsa Bonifacho’s paintings draw from the artist’s interest in language, classical music, and dynamic color, and more recently, from his interest in technology and cultural identity. Building off of his previously established visual language, Bonifacho's No Sugar Added series employs a simplified grid structures and code-like symbology that seem to embed messages on their colorful surfaces.

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GROUP EXHIBITION | SMALL WORKS

GROUP EXHIBITION | SMALL WORKS

DECEMBER 7, 2023 - JANUARY 20, 2024

Small Works will focus on small scale works, with the intention of making art more accessible to first time buyers and seasoned collectors alike. Drawing from existing and new pieces by gallery artists, there is something for everyone in this diverse collection of unique artworks. 

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STEPHANIE ROBISON | CALL AND RESPONSE

STEPHANIE ROBISON | CALL AND RESPONSE

NOVEMBER 2 - 25, 2023

Stephanie Robison’s Call and Response showcases the transformative nature of sculpture. Creating playfully unique shapes with the materials she uses, Robison’s works are continuously in conversation with one another.

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ROBERT MARCHESSAULT | AN EXCHANGE OF FORCES

ROBERT MARCHESSAULT | AN EXCHANGE OF FORCES

OCTOBER 5 - 21, 2023

Robert Marchessault's work continues to focus on responding to space, form and color in landscapes. Using the genre of landscape, Marchessault references an awareness and concern for our natural ecology. While his work showcases the beauty in the natural world, the stresses are equally evident.

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