We focus on creating healthy, productive human relationships that bring houseless and housed people together to empower each of them in new ways.
Encompassing ideas of longing and belonging, proximity and domesticity, madness, repulsion, the familial and the familiar, each work is a multi-sensory symptom of a universal desire.
Resound features drawings, paintings, mixed-media work, and fabric pieces infused by the unique cultural hybridity of each artists’ heritage and response to contemporary socio-political events in their respective locales of Brooklyn, New York and the Skagit Valley, Washington.
On a material level, Emily’s work is largely built through layering paint and various forms of photographic imagery.
Biagini discovers and creates new connections—real and imaginative—among fragmented images, patterns and abstractions.
Characterized by a palpable presence of the hand, the artist’s ongoing formal experimentation and investigation of materiality returns to the same functional objects rendered into reliquary.
the LIGHT and the DARK takes as its genesis Youngblood’s experience navigating the difficulties of last year and applying her lived experiences – endured as two separate but simultaneous realities – to her practice.
The COVID-19 pandemic has urged us to reflect on our mortality. The intensity of this inevitable shadow forces us to accept the prospect of death—an acceptance that impacts the way we lead our lives.
Zoom Webinar conversation with Steve Rowell and Emily Eliza Scott, Assistant Professor of Art History and Environmental Studies at the University of Oregon, on his upcoming exhibition “Uncanny Sensing, Remote Valleys at the JSMA, and how the artist appropriates the methods and tools of the geographer and archaeologist. Q&A to follow
Elizabeth Leach Gallery is pleased to present A Postcolonial Landscape by Modou Dieng, featuring paintings that explore themes of Black representation and erasure in a globalized society. Dieng reimagines his own experience through dazzling, idiosyncratic mixed media artworks that engage in dialogue with personal narratives and Eurocentric art history.