Sunday, April 28, 2013

Larson Gallery Guild Artist of the Month, April: David Lynx

David Lynx

David Lynx appeared in his first art exhibit in 1977 with a lost-wax casting, but eventually left jewelry-making to explore photography and serigraphy.  His work has appeared in over 40 exhibitions, from solo to juried to invitational.  His graphic design work has appeared throughout the years on countless items, including wine bottles.  His photographs have also been published in newspapers, books, and other publications. His interest in high-contrast photography led him to serigraphy, and his current home studio is set up for screen-printing.  David’s compositional approach is rooted in his ongoing interest in Japanese, Indian, and Chinese art forms.  
Upcoming Events: David Lynx will be on the Larson Gallery Tour of Artists' Homes and Studios on Saturday May 18th, 2013 10am-4pm. 
Advance Tickets and Posters are available at The Larson Gallery, Oak Hollow Custom Frames & Gallery, and Yakima Binder.

Friday, April 19, 2013

Larson Gallery Guild Artist of the Month, April: M R McDonald

M R McDonald

Current Shows: 

Globe Gallery, Seattle, 'Together Again' with Larry Larsen, up until June 4, not open 
on weekends. 

Oak Hollow Gallery, Yakima, 'Just a Matter of Time' with ceramics by Greg Pierce, up until May 4. 

Gallery One, Ellensburg, untitled copper plate etching in the Mighty Tieton show.  Closes April 27. 

Allied Arts of Yakima, cover art for the '19th Annual Juried Poetry' chapbook. 

Born in Yakima.  BA from U of W.  Graduate work at U of Michigan.  Law degree from University of Southern California.


I don't manipulate my images (aside from some sharpening, cropping, and minor tonal adjustment.) Things are presented as they were.  There is no use of cloning, layers, or double exposure.  Some call it a variety of 'found art.'  I'm more interested in finding beauty (or whatever you call it) than I am in being provocative or making any sort of political statement.

Contact info: 

Please get contact information from Oak Hollow or Larson Gallery.