Duluth landscape photographer Ryan Tischer will be exhibiting new images at the Duluth Photography Institute, including photographs from Death Valley, Olympic National Park, and the Lake Superior region.
Artist Jacob Rosandich is exhibiting new artwork in Street Talkin’, opening at Washington Gallery on Friday, June 10, from 6-9pm. Colorful and bold, his paintings could be called genre pieces with a concentration on line and color.
Washington Studios Artists’ Co-op is hosting an Earth Day themed Arts Festival, which will feature an entire day’s worth of local entertainment and a member’s exhibit in the Washington Gallery. Handmade art and crafts varying from hand blown glass and jewelry to crocheted hats will be for sale from 11 am – 5 pm. The event coincides with Duluth’s 21st Annual Art for Earth Day Gallery Hop, which offers a free trolley service running between thirteen Duluth galleries.
Duluth nature photographer Ryan Tischer opens an exhibit of new photographs at Washington Gallery on Friday, Feb. 11 from 6-8pm. His images are a compilation of new work created over the past year on travels through twenty states, covering over 10,000 miles by car.
For one Saturday each holiday season, the artists of Washington Studios Co-op come alive, showcasing their artistic talents and opening up their home to the community. Everything from paintings and photography to jewelry and homemade dog biscuits will be available for viewing and purchase.
Russell V. Gran is the oldest (age 74) artist residing at Washington Studios Artists’ Co-op, but is certainly not the least eccentric. The door to his apartment at Washington is adorned with various quotations and newspaper clippings, with most of them involving some sort of commentary on the aging process.
Photographers Kim Borst and Shannon Cousino are unveiling new work in a collaborative exhibit, which opens Friday, March 5 from 6-9 at Washington Gallery. Both artists have a unique approach to photography that utilizes traditional black and white darkroom techniques.
Duluth nature photographer Ryan Tischer showcases new photographs
Local photographer Ryan Tischer is unveiling new work from the past year in an exhibit at Washington Gallery, which opens Friday, Feb. 12 from 6-8 p.m. The show features photographs of the Lake Superior region stretching from the Twin Ports to Michigan’s upper peninsula.
Washington Gallery presents “Manufactured Reality,” a photo/video exhibit by Jacob Swanson.
Washington Studios Artist Co-op
315 N. Lake Ave. – Duluth
Showing Jan. 8-30 [fri 12-4] [sat 3-6]
On Saturday, December 5th Washington Studios Artist Co-op will host their annual holiday show, featuring an entire days worth of local entertainment and a member’s exhibit in the Washington Gallery. Handmade art and crafts varying from stained glass and jewelry to crocheted hats will be for sale from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm.
The entertainment schedule includes many of the performing artists who live at WSAC, featuring The Procrastinators, Russ Sackett and the 412 Band, and belly dancer Anna Ferguson. The show will also include co-op children’s artwork and an art raffle.
This event is a longstanding tradition for the community and fourteen-year-old artist co-op that resides in the renovated Washington School. More than 40 artists and their families live, work, and play at WSAC. Washington Studios Artist Co-op is located at 315 N. Lake Ave. in Duluth.
Duluth nature photographer Ryan Tischer is hosting his 2nd Annual Open Studio on Dec. 4,5,6 (Fri, Sat, Sun) from 10 am – 5 pm at Washington Studios Artist Co-op. 315 N. Lake Ave. – Studio # 403
Free drinks and appetizers are available for those who attend. He is featuring a scratch and ding sale, which means great deals on almost perfect art (up to 80% off). All other artwork is at least 15% off…this deal is only available if you attend the Open Studio.
Visit www.ryantischerphoto.com for more info.
On Sat. Dec. 5 Washington Studios Artist’s Co-op is hosting “It’s a Wonderful Life” a three-tiered event with a members’ show in the Washington Gallery, All-day entertainment schedule, and handmade arts and crafts in the halls outside the gallery. We still have spots available for artists of all sorts, our main stipulation is that your art/craft must be handmade. It’s going to be “A Wonderful Time!”
The application is available on our site www.wsacduluth.info