Confluence Gallery in Twisp and Friends of the Winthrop Library are teaming up to present a series of readings in January and February, in conjunction with the Confluence exhibit that opens Saturday (Jan. 11) “The Color of Words.” All the events are free and take place at the gallery. They are: • On Jan. 17 […]
By Sandra Strieby A steampunk Alice, a road crossing stripped to essentials, form and void underlain by cartographic projections — that’s what literature looks like to some of the 17 artists whose work composes the Confluence Gallery & Art Center’s newest exhibit. “The Color of Words” will open with an artists’ reception from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday […]
Confluence Gallery in Twisp will host four concurrent shows from Aug. 24-Sept. 28, featuring. contemporary artists from Washington state. An opening reception for all four shows will be held on Aug. 24, from 5-7 p.m. In the main gallery, “Methow Contemporary” will feature four well-known valley artists. Curator Sarah Jo Lightner wanted to feature the […]
New show at Confluence reveals the wide, spontaneous world of encaustic arts James Moore, co-curator of the encaustic-arts show opening Saturday (July 13) at Confluence Gallery in Twisp, considers himself a beginner in the art form. Moore and fellow Tonasket artist Linda Augier brought together the works of 12 artists for “Metamorphic Alchemy,” the new […]
Whether they are places to grow food or tranquil retreats, gardens have always been sources of inspiration for artists. Gardens inspired the next Confluence Gallery exhibit, called “Dig It: A Place Where Art and Gardens Come Together.” The exhibit presents art about gardens and art for gardens, and opens Saturday (June 1) with a reception […]
Confluence Gallery’s new exhibit, “The Fangs in My Heart,” explores the relationships between humans and pets. The gallery partnered with Okandogs, a regional dog adoption organization, for the exhibit, which opens Saturday (March 2) with a reception from 5-7 p.m. Curator Penelope Varn asked artists in the exhibit to consider how non-human companions have “staked […]
For the upcoming Confluence Gallery show, “The Fangs in My Heart,” Curator Penelope Varn looks deep into the relationships between humans and pets. Confluence has partnered with OkanDogs, a division of OK SNIP, for the exhibit, which opens March 2 at the Twisp gallery. “The Fangs in My Heart” asks the question “How have your […]
Climate change, and the physical and emotional impacts that it has on humans, is the focus of Confluence Gallery’s first show of 2019.
“Weathering Change” opens on Saturday (Jan. 12) in the Main Gallery.
Confluence Gallery welcomes guest curator Jody Bento, Seattle Art Museum associate director, to the main gallery for her show “Strange Couplings.”
Through the show, Bento explores the interpersonal relationship between art and companionship with three sets of artist couples, and asks the question, “Do artist couples face unique challenges?”
Confluence Gallery’s new exhibit, “Reflections on Water,” offers the works of more than 30 artists contemplating “the concept of water as inspiration and contention.” The exhibit opens with a free reception on Saturday (Aug. 18) from 5-8 p.m. and continues through Sept. 22. “Reflections on Water” was curated by Jennifer Molesworth. She “created the show […]