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05.10.2012 Merrill Wagner: Recycle: Flowers and Fields
Traver Gallery – Seattle is pleased to exhibit the fourteenth solo exhibition by artist Merrill Wagner. Recycle: Flowers and Fields presents a selection of the artist’s new works on steel and linen. This new body of works on recycled and found steel includes the austere landscape abstractions for which she is best known, new abstract geometric compositions, and a series of abstract flower forms. Also on exhibit is a small selection of intimate plein-air landscapes on linen.
03.25.2012 Diving Within by Marsha Blaker-Desomma
Solo exhibition of new glass sculptures by Santa-Cruz based glass artist, Marsha Blaker-Desomma
02.16.2012 April/May at Traver Tacoma - Engaging with Glass: New Work by Irish Artists
Traver Gallery in Tacoma is proud to serve as the only United States venue for Engaging with Glass, the first comprehensive survey of Irish glass art in over a decade. The exhibition brings together a broad spectrum of work in glass, ranging from beautifully executed decorative objects to conceptual installation pieces incorporating video elements.
02.10.2012 Yours, Ours, Mine at Traver Gallery in Tacoma
Traver Gallery in Tacoma is pleased to present Yours, Ours, Mine, a three-person show featuring a selection of paintings on clay by Jeffry Mitchell, Cappy Thompson and Dick Weiss. Whether executed on the subtle contours of simple, wall-mounted ceramic platters or on the varied surfaces of freestanding sculptural forms, the collaborative paintings featured in Yours, Ours, Mine tell fascinating stories and offer a rare glimpse into the creative process of three internationally renowned artists.
02.09.2012 University of Washington 3D4M Faculty Exhibition
Five members of the University of Washington’s 3D4M Department Faculty will be featured in a major exhibition at the Traver Gallery from February 16 – April 1. The show will present a selection of ceramic, glass and mixed media sculpture by noted artists Doug Jeck, Amie Laird McNeel, Akio Takamori, Jamie Walker and Mark Zirpel.