Among a flurry of shows opening last night during Capitol Hill Art Walk, the new gallery Dendroica debuted (read more about the gallery's origin here). According to the gallery's director Martha Dunham, Dendroica's shows will loosely emphasize the intersection of science and art (a more open ...
From the article: “I want to show the kind of work that needs to be experienced. You have to walk around it, through it.”..“I’ve chosen these artists because their work isn’t just about the surface,” Dunham says. “It’s especially emotional, a heartfelt approach.”
You are invited to the Grand Opening of Dendroica Gallery on 13 August 2015, 1718 A East Olive Way, Seattle
5 - 8 pm
In this increasingly digital age, artists continue to create objects that are best experienced through physical presence. Dendroica Gallery was founded to provide artists with a place to show such work, to provide art enthusiasts with the opportunity to experience such work, and to allow for face-to-face interactions between artists and their audience. These goals are achieved through artist-selected solo shows, curated group shows and gallery talks.
This fabulous new art gallery is at 1718 East Olive Way, not on Melrose Avenue. Google decided to change the address that was entered and has refused thus far (4 business days) to change it back to the correct address. Please don't be confused and come see the monthly installations at 1718 East Olive Way.