ANDY ECCLESHALL | NICKI LANG | JASON CHRISTIAN | DAN FRIDAY

ANDY ECCLESHALL | NICKI LANG | JASON CHRISTIAN | DAN FRIDAY

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ANDY ECCLESHALL | NICKI LANG | JASON CHRISTIAN | DAN FRIDAY

 

May 30 - June 30, 2024

Artist Reception: 

Saturday, June 1, 2024 3-5 pm

 

To view the virtual tour, CLICK HERE

 

ANDY ECCLESHALL | NICKI LANG | DAN FRIDAY | JASON CHRISTIAN

Together, the works of Andy Eccleshall, Nicki Lang, Dan Friday, and Jason Christian converge in a symphony of creativity and expression, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in a world where art transcends boundaries and ignites the soul. Each artist brings a unique perspective and artistic vision to the exhibit, creating a tapestry of colors, forms, and emotions that reflect the diverse tapestry of human experience and creative endeavor.

Andy Eccleshall

Hailing from England and now residing in the scenic landscapes of Edmonds, WA, Andy Eccleshall's artistry is rooted in his deep appreciation for nature's dramatic beauty. Inspired by the contrast in light, form, and atmosphere, Eccleshall's work portrays a deep connection to the landscapes that surround him. His journey from architectural illustration to fine art showcases a lifelong dedication to capturing the essence of his surroundings and translating them onto canvas with precision and passion.

Nicki Lang

Nicki Lang brings a vibrant and dynamic energy to the exhibit with her captivating body of work titled "Color Poems". Moving from leather goods to acrylics and squeegees, she explores the beauty of Pacific Northwest landscapes through a unique lens. Her pieces reflect her diverse interests, from painting to playing the banjo, revealing a multifaceted approach to creativity and expression. Through her art, Lang captures the essence of her travels, highlighting the natural wonders she has encountered in her explorations across different regions.

 

Dan Friday

Celebrating his Lummi Nation heritage, Dan Friday's creations resonate with a profound sense of cultural richness and personal narrative. Through glassblowing, Friday found a transformative outlet for his creativity, infusing his work with subtle themes and forms that evoke a sense of life and movement. His deep-rooted connection to his craft reflects his belief in the power of art as a means of personal expression and societal transformation—a tribute to his past and a beacon for the future.

Jason Christian

For artist Jason Christian, glassblowing was more than a career choice—it was a calling. Embracing the magical allure of molten glass, Christian's work embodies a journey of personal growth and artistic evolution. Drawing inspiration from his Pacific Northwest upbringing and life experiences, his art mirrors a profound sense of nostalgia and emotive storytelling. Through his dedication to pushing the boundaries of his craft, Christian invites viewers to embark on a visual and emotional journey through his intricate and evocative creations.

 

 

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