Daisy Patton: Photography
January 11 – February 5, 2016
Thursday, January 14, 12:30-2:30pm
In January 2010, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, a disease that decreases cognitive and physical abilities over the course of a decade or so, often resulting in disability or sometimes death; there is no cure. Possessing the films of each scan, I have translated and altered select images from my brain as a form of documentation. These scans are sublime records of specific points in time.
Paul Vexler: Wood Sculptor
February 16 – March 5, 2016
Thursday, February 18, 12:30-2:30pm
I like to push the limits of my medium and work in unconventional ways, which also means that I often create new tools and methods. A variety of intentions may come into play as the work is being conceived, but in the end, success is dependent on how it is received by those who experience it. Do they look at it? Are they happy to have seen it? Do they tell their friends to see it? Did they learn something new?
About The Russell Day Gallery
The Russell Day Gallery serves to exhibit artwork that appeals to a variety of audiences, challenges the viewer, and explores subject matter and forms. Find out more about the Russell Day Gallery.
Map and Directions
Parks Student Union Buiding
Monday and Wednesday 10am-4pm
Tuesday and Thursday 12noon-4pm
For more information: 425-388-9036
Art On Campus
We believe that works of art enrich our college environment and expand the awareness of students, the campus, and the community as a whole. In addition to the permanent collection, the college hosts an annual Outdoor Sculpture Garden.