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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

LOST WORLDS......

January brings in 3 new artists to the Red Raven Gallery
The Ethereal , lovely and daring photography of local artist Nyk Fury will be featured on the front room bricks
Also in the front room will be New Dramatic PT scapes by Cj Lane and 'unfigurative 'Abstract paintings by Collen Corrigan.  
Please join us for the January Art Walk this Saturday the 7th from 5:30-8:30

Membrane by Nyk Fury 2011
Nyks Work Brings us to other worlds in our own backyard
He finds subjects with unconventional looks and places them in locations that seem out of this world, yet they are close by... Using props, costuming and fabric that he finds and builds, he creates a timeless, distant, dreamlike vision for us to ponder.

 Winter's Lament
by CJ Lane

CJ Lane is returning to photography after a long hiatus raising a family... She comes from a journalist background with an investigative and discerning eye.  Her current work is a high contrast study in shadow and light... CJ makes the ordinary extraordinary with her lens taking advantage of unusual angles with an unconventional take on our local landscape and architecture

 Colleens Corrigan at Red Raven Gallery
Colleen's New work in mixed media is a study in color and form, with some of the pieces reminiscent of the sand paintings of New Mexico.... Colleen uses many natural materials found around her to add sculptural elements to her work. There may be stones or leaves along with gold paint and sand added to a piece borrowing from the natural world around us.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

The other side of the Rainbow, Art by Amy Weber

This Month at the Red Raven Gallery
'The other side of the Rainbow ' 
Artworks by Amy Weber
Amy's work is vibrant, whimsical and filled with detail..colorful creatures and plants are interspersed with mechanical robot animals...Definitely the other side of the rainbow! 

Amys' work will be on display from December 3rd through January 5th 2012 in the Front gallery
Please join us opening night from 5:30-8:30 as Amy unveils some new amazing works of art.
She will have her new originals as well as many prints, cards, jewelry,magnets and other sweet treats for everyone!
Red Raven Gallery
922 Water St 
Port Townsend
360.385.1493



Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Weekend Holiday Sale!

The Gallery will be having a sale starting this Friday morning and continuing through the weekend!
 The Conundrum of Wrath
By Laurie McClave
now available in a fine art print
Coleoptera Amor
Love Bug
by Sarah Fitch

Friday, November 18, 2011

New Arrivals in the Gallery.. Ginger Rileys' Botanical Baubles! in time for holiday gifts!

                                           Our lady of Guadalupe oval pendant  $16.75


                                                 medium round Frida pendant  $16.75
                                          Large round Lady of Guadalupe pendant  $23.50
                                             Botanical Large round flower pendant  $23.50
Ginger Riley's lovely Botanical Baubles are made one at a time by hand using genuine carefully selected flowers.  She uses color, whimsy,shapes,patterns, spiritual and Mexican iconic symbols to create her unique designs.. She then encases each in pewter because of the metals' important role in colonial history. 


Monday, October 24, 2011

Morbid Fascination November Art show

 
 
 The Red Raven Gallery Presents Morbid Fascination , New works in Assemblage art and Sculpture by Jason Soles and Anita Arora.  Opening for this amazing show is Saturday November 5th during art walk in Port Townsend from 5:30 to 8:30 pm
Jason Soles
My work reflects my obsession with antiquity and the passage of time; through it I explore tradition, myth, and belief. Spanning the gamut from the pharaonic funeral masks of unknowable space gods to the tactile remains of pre-Christian deities, my sculptures are the relics of fantastical civilizations and lost tribes.

I have developed two distinct approaches to sculpting. My one-of-a-kind works are assembled from found objects, scraps of metal and cloth, epoxy putty, bone, leather, and anatomical models. My reproducible works are much more time intensive. They are sculpted in oil-based clay and cast in bronze or polyurethane resins. For me, the act of sculpting is essentially meditative, the actual creative process taking place in a burst of inspiration before I begin.

Largely a self-taught artist, I originally started sculpting to create props for my film projects. I participated in my first arts exhibition in 1999, the same year I co-founded the dark arts collective Catalyst Studios with visionary painter Ann Koi. Recently I have begun to explore varied casting techniques to breathe new life into my older pieces. The weight and physical qualities of bronze and marble lend verisimilitude to my work through the inference of great age and classical origins.


Anita Arora
It's a calling that never ends: Anita Arora's passion for the arts found her exploring far beyond her early roots in classical dance and stage into fine arts, eventually leading to a degree in Music Industry Management. Having spent a whirlwind childhood calling two continents home, it was then that she decided it was time to re-escape her birthplace of London and return Stateside where she's been firmly rooted ever since.

Being a sociology junkie and fan of the obscure, Anita has always been attracted to the academic yet extremely human nature of scientific studies. In particular, as they relate to the more extreme inner workings of the human mind and body both as they connect to society and in themselves as a dynamic, mysterious machine.

Overwhelmed by a drive to translate the world and examine the profound connections that never cease to plague her, Anita found three-dimensional art to work in ways that other mediums simply could not. It is through these means that Anita finds great satisfaction in creating unconventional, one-of-a-kind shadow box pieces. She claims this is derived from a healthy obsession with human anatomy, antique medical texts, found objects and a hyper-analytical mind.

Welcome to Morbid Anatomy.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Adulescentia Emerging artist show!

This weekend there is a whole lot of fun going on in Port Townsend!  Kinetic sculpture race and all the partying that goes along with it is this weekend!  
Red Raven Gallery is in on the fun bringing it with a Brand spankin new show !
Adulescentia... The emerging artist show
Emily Krouse, Thresa Jane Locke, Haylee Troncone and Amanda Lockhart are our October featured artists.
The Art Walk show is the perfect thing to get you warmed up for the events of Kinetic later in the evening.
Please come out to Red Raven Gallery and show your support for our new talent in PT!  
922 Water st. 
5:30-8:30 PM

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Some of the Raven Gurls...

Sarah Fitch, Laurie McClave, Amanda Lockhart and TJ Locke of Red Raven Gallery

Here and gone!


Laurie McClave made this box for the Red Raven gallery.... it was barely dry when this lovely lady came in and fell in love with it... She had to take it home with her to Seattle!  Yay!

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Giveaways for the Opening day this Saturday!

Red Raven Gallery will be giving away several prizes from the house artists and local businesses Saturday at Port Townsends art walk!  just drop by anytime during the day or during art walk and sign up for our email list.. you do not have to be present to win but it is much more fun that way!  We will hold the drawing and pick the lucky winners at the art walk event this Saturday between 7:30 and 8 pm... You could win some great art! Come check out what we have to offer

New original work by Laurie McClave at the Gallery opening

WE will have the latest work by Laurie McClave this weekend for the opening! Come see this one in person

Friday, July 22, 2011


 New Card for the Red Raven Gallery..... just need to get the phone number.. Hope we get a good one!


Friday, July 15, 2011

The newest little Gallery in the PNW

We are New new new and going live now... The Red Raven Gallery will be opening it's doors at 922 Water St in the Bohemian Seaport of Port Townsend, Washington on the first weekend in September.

We are a co-op of artists that are local to this area, some established and some new up and coming.. The Gallery will offer service like no other from the artists in residence themselves... Our community caters to tourism and locals alike with the unique flavor of the Northwest. 

At the Red Raven Gallery you will not find paintings of Seagulls and sailboats... what you will find is an ever changing collection of New and eclectic figurative work from the most talented painters and sculptors in the area... We will have artists working in  the gallery everyday, to answer your questions regarding their process and their work and to help you make your art acquisition a pleasurable experience... A different approach than your typical gallery atmosphere offers.  Having artists in house keeps the art prices reasonable as well.... also something to be enjoyed!
Please stay tuned for your invite to our opening night.