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22nd Biennial Juried Show
Past Exhibit

22nd Biennial Juried Show

June 17 – July 24

*please note, there was a misprint on the exhibit postcard and this exhibit closes July 24th, not 25th. Thanks for understanding!

About the Exhibit:

This biennial collection of Northwest artists features a well-rounded variety of mediums to produce an eclectic and visually stimulating exhibit. Admission for this exhibit is free and open to the public. To plan your visit, check out this page here

Exhibit Events:

Everett Art Walk Opening
Thursday, June 17th, 5-8pm
FREE and open to the public

Join us from 5-8 pm on Thursday, June 17th for Everett Art Walk. You can view pieces on display from 70 local artists in our 22nd Biennial Juried Show in our Main Gallery. Also on display in our Mezzanine Gallery are items from our Summer Solstice Online Auction. Our Gallery Store will also be open for all of your shopping needs. View glassblowers at work through the viewing window located in our Main Gallery. 

Awards Ceremony
Thursday, July 15th, 5-8pm
FREE and open to the public

Join us from 5-8 pm on Thursday, July 15th for Everett Art Walk. We will be hosting our Closing Award Ceremony for our 22nd Biennial Juried Show in our Main Gallery. Also on display in our Mezzanine Gallery are items from our Summer Solstice Online Auction. Enjoy live music throughout our facility and our Gallery Store will be open for all of your shopping needs. Beer and wine will be available to purchase in our studios.

Awards will be given for the following:

Grand Prize Award: $500
Two-Dimensional First Prize: $350
Two-Dimensional Second Prize: $250
Two-Dimensional Third Prize: $125
Three-Dimensional First Prize: $350
Three-Dimensional Second Prize: $250
Three-Dimensional Third Prize: $150
Honorable Mentions 

Update July 16, 2021

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR AWARD WINNERS:

Grand Prize: "Honey Bee" by Graham Schodda

First Place 2D: "Within the Moat" by Janet Hamilton

Second Place 2D: "Beginnings" by Catherine James

Third Place 2D: "Summer Falling" by Lori Vonderhorst

First Place 3D: "Into the Unknown" by David Varnau

Second Place 3D: "Angst" by Russ Riddle

Third Place 3D: "Ice Vessel" by Steve Jensen

Honorable Mention:

"Sweet Justice" by Joline El-Hai

"Harmony" by Barbara Freeman

"Return of the JOGAKBO" by Bella Kim

"Exploration 206" by Steve Klein

"Crow Spirit Guide" by Sonya Lang

"American Man" by Michel Petersen

PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD: "Into the Moat" by Janet Hamilton

Participating Artists:

Warner Blake, Brooke Borcherding, Kevin Cosley, Nick Clawson, Joline El-Hai, Barbara Freeman, Cory Goulet, Ben Groff, Tom Guffey, Jerry Gordon, Marc Gottula, Karen Graber, Janet Hamilton, Rick Holst, Ria Harboe, Cheryl A. Hufnagel, Christina Harkness, Nico Inzerella, Catherine James, Steve Jensen, Maggie Jiang, Kuria Jorissen, Gale Johansen, Steve Klein, Bella Kim, Sonya Lang, Ruby Linder, Junkyu Lee, Kristin Loffer-Theiss, Andrea Mccartney, Iryna Milton, Laura Mentele, Dorothy McGuinness, Joye Melby, Maren Oats, Mickey O’Reilly, Jennifer Oak, Jason Otto, Barbara Osborne, Mike O’Day, Michel Peterson, Vicki Platts-Brown, Suzanne Powers, Russ Riddle, Doyle Reno, Jody Romero, Nancy Romanovsky, Graham Schodda, Gary Shinn, Cindy Shebley, Tom Siebold, Larissa Sievers, Janet Still, Taylor Stefanski, Marcia Selsor, Kim Simonelli, Vickie Stokes, Val Paul Taylor, Annette Tamm, Autumn Tranquilino, David Varnau, Lori Vonderhorst, Lee Woodfin, Suze Woolf, John Wilmot, Hap Wertheimer and Stephen Yates

Judges:

Bob Fink: Fink is an Everett-based photographer and filmmaker. Fink is the Schack Art Center 2021 Artist of the Year. 

Janie Olsen: Olsen is a Monroe based fine artist and the Schack Art Center 2019 Artist of the Year.

Chris Theiss: Theiss is a sculptor and art educator. He has been a member of the art faculty at Skagit Valley College from 1993 to present.

Read the judges' full bios in our Main Gallery of the exhibit. 


Banner Image: detail shot of Waning Crescent by Nick Clawson

Select images from the show: