Current Exhibition: DRAWN AWAY

Pictured here: May Kytonen, Kirsten Furlong, Tom Lee

Pictured here: May Kytonen, Kirsten Furlong, Tom Lee

CHASE GALLERY | 808 W. SPOKANE FALLS BLVD.
January 3rd - March 30th | M - F 8 AM - 5 PM
RECEPTION: FRIDAY, Feb. 3rd 5 PM- 8 PM

Jeemin Kim 
Daniel Lopez
Tom Lee
Kirsten Furlong

Remelisa Cullitan-Stillinger 
May Kytonen 

Abstraction means “drawn away,” or “being separated from material objects.” Artists use abstraction to portray the essence of their subject matter, looking past the superficial physical aspects to find a deeper meaning. Yet, it is nearly impossible to do away with the material world when it comes to the visual arts. Some form is required as a catalyst for the idea. There is a parallel in the way we try to find the essence of a person. Is it possible to look past the physical when we live in such a visual worldIs it necessary or naïve? The six artists exhibiting at the Chase Gallery work with abstraction and cultural identity, to show us both the apparent and the unseen.  - Drawn Away is participating in SATURATE


Upcoming Exhibitions 2017

Explorations XV   April 3 - June 29

              MFA graduates from Gonzaga, North Idaho College, Whitworth, Eastern Washington University, and Spokane Falls Community College exhibit their thesis work.

Julie Gautier-Downes  July 5 - September 26

              An installation by Julie Gautier-Downes, explores the clutter of our living spaces in the wide open West.

The Feels  October 2 - December 29

              Touch the artwork! Five artists make work for the sense of touch. Art is more than visual, it is material, it is created with hands and minds. Come get the feels.