Yoshimi Kurata, Japan
January 9-January 31, 2014
“Aji Ichimonme” is a manga series set at Japanese restaurants. His work depicts heart-warming stories as well as appealing seasonal Japanese cuisine. The stories were dramatized aired on television in 1995. It became a very popular TV drama featuring Mr. Masahiro Nakai, who played the starring role. This is a rare opportunity for students to meet and see the work of such a highly skilled Japanese artist. He has 30 published books, has produced many wonderful works, and is a visiting artist professor at Otemae University.
Mr. Kurata will give a demonstration at Whitehorse Hall, Wednesday, January 8 at 1:30pm
James Madison, NW Native American Artist
Contempory and Traditonal Works
February 10-March 14
Madison's artwork contains traditional Salish elements and designs, featured in a variety of contemporary mediums, such as glass, bronze, and stainless steel. He is also a Master Wood Carver.
Many of his large scale pieces can be found at the Tulalip Resort and Casino in Tulalip, including a 24 foot story pole. Madison is also an art consultant to the Tulalip Tribes.
Location and Hours
Monday & Wednesday 10am-4pm
Tuesday & Thursday Noon-4pm
Call for 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.
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.