Edmonds Community College Students
Edmonds CC Intersections in Meaning, Form and Function represents student works from all disciplines in the Visual Arts Program at Edmonds Community College.
Brent Rogers and Granite Calimpong
Exhibit features new collaborative and individual work by Granite Calimpong and Brent Rogers inspired by their joint residency at Pittsburgh Glass Center.
Featuring the 2013 Pilchuck EAiR
Featuring artists from the 2013 Pilchuck Emerging Artists in Residence (EAiR) program in partnership with Pilchuck Glass School.
Opening August 14, 5-8pm
Annual exhibit featuring the 2014 Schack Art Center Artist of the Year recipient Joan Pinney.
Ends August 2
This biennial exhibit of Northwest artists is a well-rounded variety of mediums to produce an eclectic and visually stimulating exhibit.
EvCC art, photography, and graphic design students
Schack Art Center is pleased to exhibit the works of Everett Community College art, photography, and graphic design students in "Visions Explored 2014".
Cocoon House & Denney Juvenile Justice Center youth
Exhibit will feature artwork created by Cocoon House residents and court involved youth at Denney Juvenile Justice Center.
Exhibit pays tribute to the NW Coast First Nations Peoples through paintings by artist Chris Hopkins.
Opening Reception: April 17, 6-8pm
The 2014 Black and White Photography Contest is open to all Snohomish County High School 9-12 students. This exhibit includes photographs, both traditional analog prints and digital output prints, from all participants.
Last Week!, Ends Sat. April 12
Exhibit featuring members of the Northwest Designer Craftsmen.
2014 WAEA Youth Art Month Exhibit
Beginning March 1st the Schack Art Center will be featuring "Art Build Bridges" the 2014 WAEA Youth Art Month Student Exhibit.
Exhibit features ten students who particiated in the third photography class sponsored by PAIR, a program for justice involved youth in Snohomish County.
Exhibit features art students from Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish, Washington under the instruction of Cathy Tanasse.
Kamiak High School AP and Art IV students
Exhibits features Kamiak High School AP and Art IV students under the instruction on Deborah Barton.
featuring NW Pastel Society
This annual holiday exhibit features members of the Northwest Pastel Society, as well as pottery and glass by regional artists.
EdCC Art Students
Exhibit featuring art and photography students from Edmonds Community College.
Enjoy this diverse exhibit of works by current Schack Art Center instructors.
Curated by Traver Gallery
Annual exhibit featuring glass artists who specialize in painting, etching, and coldworking hand blown glass. Exhibit is curated by the Traver Gallery in Seattle, WA.
Featuring the 2012 Pilchuck EAiRs
This exhibit will feature new works by artists in the 2012 Pilchuck Emerging Artists in Residence (EAiR) program in partnership with Pilchuck Glass School.
exhibit featuring adults with special needs
Exhibit features artwork by participants in All Aboard and Willow Place, as well as collaborative monoprints made during "Ink Stomp" on October 4th at the Schack Art Center.
Featuring students from beginning to advance in the Graphic Arts program at Cascade High School in Everett, WA.
Joye Melby, 2013 Art Advocate of the Year
Joye Melby shares new paintings inspired by Japanese art prints, as well as pieces by former students from her 24 years as an educator with Everett Public Schools.
Last week, ends 9/21
This solo exhibit featuring James Madision, Tulalip artist and 2013 Artist of the Year, will showcase his commitment to sharing traditional Salish and Tlingit NW Coast Native Art using a contemporary approach and media.
Artist & Educator
Prior to her successful teaching career, Gail Merrick was an accomplished, freelance graphic designer who worked for Nordstrom and Speedo among others. An exhibit of her design work is on display in Studio 2 at the Schack Art Center through September 21st.
Exhibit showcases a prolific offering of garden art, and art to bring the garden into the home. Colorful work in a wide variety of mediums such as ceramic, cement casting, sculpture, glass, photographs, paintings and much more.
June 10 - August 5
Enjoy this collection of artwork by Schack Art Center art class and camp instructors during Summer 2013.
"The Creative World of Book Arts" exhibit, opening April 18 at the Schack Art Center, pushes beyond the conventional definition of a book and explores the concept of books as works of art.
Ends Friday April 5!
Explore the diverse media, creative techniques, and visual traditions in this exhibit of fiber surface design from artists living and working on Whidbey Island, WA.
Students of Gail Harker Center for Creative Arts
This collection of advanced student work from the Gail Harker Center for Creative Arts uses experimental materials to push the boundaries of contemporary stitch and textile art.
Art by Glacier Peak HS Advanced Art Students
Enjoy art by Cathy Tanasse's Glacier Peak High School Advanced Art Students from January 3 - February 4 in the Emerging Young Artists' Gallery.
PAIR program students
This exhibit features the work of nine teenage students who spent their Tuesday afternoons during fall 2012 studying photography at the Everett Public Library with Promising Artists in Recovery, a program created through the Denney Juvenile Justice Center in Everett.
Celebration! Featuring the Women Painters of Washington
This exhibition by the Women Painters of Washington will highlight one of few women's art associations in our country today.
Ends Thursday December 27
Lynnwood High School Life Skills Class
Beginning November 14th the Schack Art Center will be featuring artwork by Lynnwood High School Life Skills students in the exhibit "Sprinkles of Joy!" The life skills program is a special education program that serves students at the secondary level who have mild to moderate developmental disabilities
Edmonds Community College (EdCC) students in the Visual Arts department
Beginning November 6th the Schack Art Center will be featuring "Creation of Identity" an exhibit of artwork by Edmonds Community College (EdCC) students in the Visual Arts department.
In a rare exhibition, we will present two glassblowers who specialize in the Venetian tradition of goblet making - Jim Mongrain and Italian maestro, Davide Fuin.
Last week! Show ends Nov. 8th
This exhibit features the six women selected for in the 2011 Pilchuck Glass School Emerging Artists in Residency program.
Opening Tues Oct. 9, 5-8p
This exhibit features portfolios by Stanwood High School advanced placement art students under the direction of Gail Merrick.
Celebrating 30 Years of the Northwest Basket Weavers Guild
Join the Schack Art Center as we celebrate 30 years of the Northwest Basket Weavers Guild with the exhibit "Pearls of Experience" from August 9 through September 20.
Celebration of the Human Form
LAST WEEKEND! Stop by before July 30
Internationally acclaimed bronze sculptor, Kevin Pettelle, will be honored as 2012 Snohomish County Artist of the Year. This solo exhibition will feature Pettelle’s classically executed bronzes of the human figure.
Opening Reception: June 28, 5-8pm
The second annual recipient of the Arts Advocate Award is Everett artist and business owner Josey Wise.
This exhibit focuses on creating a deeper understanding of the connections between cultures and societies through their use of masks.
Ends this Thursday, April 19th.
Coinciding with the 46th Annual NCECA Conference (National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts), the Schack Art Center will present works in clay by established reputations and emerging talents.
by Lanny Bergner
Lanny Bergner is an international mixed-media sculptor/installation, fiber and sculptural basketry artist. The works in "MESH" will feature a selection of bronze, brass, aluminum and stainless steel mesh studio works created since 2005 and installations created on-site specifically for the Schack Art Center Gallery.
Lynnwood High School Life Skills Class
We Rock! is an exhibit of self portraits by Lynwood High School Life Skills Students. The life skill's program is a special education program that serves students at the secondary level who have mild to moderate developmental disabilities.
by the Marysville Council PTA
Beginning December 12th the Schack Art Center will be featuring local finalists selected by the Marysville Council PTA for the Reflections Arts Recognition & Achievement Program. This exhibit, which runs through January 30th will include all the visual arts finalists by K-12 students in the Marysville School District.
Join us for our annual Holiday Art Show, which will feature artists from the Skagit Valley in 2011, as well as glass and pottery.
Young Visions, Young Voices
Beginning November 18th the Schack Art Center will be featuring "The Creative Process: Young Visions, Young Voices" an exhibit of artwork by Glacier Peak High School students
Opening Reception: Oct. 27, 5-8pm
Pattern, Shape, Structure
Since 1992 the Schack Art Center has selected one artist who is recognized by his or her peers for the considerable accomplishments and contributions to the visual arts, as Artist of the Year. The 2011 Artist of the Year is Everett native and wood sculptor Paul Vexler.
Opening Reception: Oct. 27, 5-8pm
From This to That – Fractals
The first annual recipient of the Arts Advocate of the Year Award is Snohomish artist and arts educator Janet Foley.
Guest Curated by Juan Valdez
This exhibit is a collection of work by students in the Visual Arts department at Edmonds Community College (EdCC) in Lynnwood, WA, which was curated by Juan Valdez, EdCC Visual Arts Programmer.
Curated by Michael Endo, Steve Klein, and Bullseye Gallery
Glorified in paintings and sculpture, the human form is one of the most widely explored subjects in art. Despite this attention, the body continues to be fertile ground for thoughtful interpretation and exploration.
Works by EvCC Art and Photography Students
The exhibits features work selected by Lloyd Weller, faculty at Everett Community College, from current art and photography students. Artwork will be on exhibit in the Emerging Young Artists Gallery through Summer 2011.
Student Art Competition
In Spring 2011 the Schack Art Center invited any interested students who attended the Merging Science with Art: featuring the Nature of Glass field trips to submit a drawing inspired by a piece of artwork on display during the exhibit. The "You're the Maestro" exhibit is the submissions received for this contest.
Curated by Traver Gallery
Opening Reception: April 30, 4-7pm
Exhibit sponsored by Rubatino Refuse Removal, Inc.
Curated by Traver Gallery, the Nature of Glass exhibit features works by preeminent international glass artists including Dale Chiuly, Randy Walker, Dante Marioni, Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen, Jane Rosen, Shelly Muzylowski-Allen, and Preston Singletary, among others.
The 2011 Black and White Photography exhibit will feature the top award winners, as well as all entries submitted by Snohomish County High School 9-12 grade students for the Black and White Photography Contest.
The Arts Council of Snohomish County is proud to present the 2011 Scholastic Art Awards. This program gives thousands of students throughout America the opportunity to broaden their creative horizons while earning local and national recognition.
by Susan Russell & Terri Shinn
Enjoy new mixed media collaborations by past Artists of the Year Susan Russell (1992) and Terri Shinn (2005).
This exhibit will feature work from the past twenty Arts Council of Snohomish County "Artists of the Year." The gallery will also have a wonderful assortment of glass and pottery by Northwest artists.
Painter Flora Ramirez-Bustamante brings her unique figurative work to the Gallery Store through the end of the year.
This November and December enjoy reverse paintings on acrylic panels by Lisa Lange in the Gallery Store.
Through October enjoy mixed media pieces by Noelle Herzer in the Gallery Store.
This fall enjoy acrylic paintings by Lori Duckstein in the Gallery Store
Opening Reception: Thursday, Sept. 2, 5-8pm
The Arts Council of Snohomish County is thrilled to bring together renowned artists of different generations and media.