(GOLDENDALE, Wash., September 21, 2021) -- Maryhill Museum of Art announces that Stonehenge Memorial, the iconic replica of England’s ancient original, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. The National Register records the tangible reminders of...
An artist, an art center, and an art museum partner up to connect people through art from all points of the United States and Canada.
Maryhill Museum of Art announces a second major community-based art project, The Exquisite Gorge Project II: Fiber Arts, in summer 2022. During the project, 12 regional fiber artists are slated to work with communities along 220 miles of the Columbia River from the Willamette Confluence in Portland to the Snake River Confluence near Walla Walla, Washington.
Desert Fiber Arts will be working with artist Ophir El-Boher on Section #8 of the The Exquisite Gorge Project II: Fiber Arts. Ophir is a fashion designer who works with upcycled materials. Section #8 of the project encompasses the area of the Columbia River that...
Beginning July 26, close to 40 artists will descend on the Columbia River Gorge with easels, paint and brushes in hand to find the perfect vista from which to capture the incredible beauty of the region. With last year’s edition of Pacific Northwest Plein Air in the Columbia River Gorge paused due to the pandemic, artists are eager to get back to this annual tradition.
The COVID Pandemic’s icy fingers reached into every institution worldwide…even museums and art schools. Quickly we had to rethink learning, seeing, making, and sharing. All these months later, there is a light at the end of this challenging tunnel and artist’s views of this time are revealed through pigment on canvas.
Self. Family. Space. Light. Mythology. Love. Death. Patriotism. These concepts are explored and reflected in this year’s collaboration between Juliette Aristides Atelier at Gage Academy in Seattle and Maryhill Museum of Art. SEARCHING FOR BEAUTY: Artists Views through the Lens of 2020/2021 will be exhibited through July 18 in the museum’s M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Education Center.
Teachers As Artists — An Artful Connection with Washington Art Education Association & Tacoma Art Museum
Teachers As Artists is an annual exhibition that showcases the work of regional art educators, and is presented in collaboration with Washington Art Education Association and Tacoma Art Museum. The theme in 2021 is Connections, inviting artists to explore ways we connected to our family, our world, and our emotions during a time when we were forced to separate from those very things.
Maryhill’s collections grow through donation and purchase. Recently, the museum purchased a pair of photo prints by celebrated Indigenous photographers Cara Romero and Will Wilson.
Lanvin’s career as a couturier began in 1909, when she joined the Syndicat de la Couture. She contributed designs to the 1945 and 1946 editions of the Théâtre de la Mode.
A closer look at décors for Théâtre de la Mode exhibits in Europe in 1945 and North America in 1946 shows that the sets differed and included lost designs by George Geffroy, George Wakhévitch, Jean-Denis Malclès and Emilio Terry.
Serendipity led New Jersey-based printmaker Molly Gaston Johnson to Maryhill Museum of Art; now she’s leading a visual art community-building experience that has connected artists of all ages and abilities from across the US and beyond.
Curator of Education, Louise Palermo, looks closely at some of the works featured in “Influence of Women,” an online exhibition of student and graduate paintings from the Aristides Atelier, at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle, WA.