Ian Krause – Trapographer

Photography – Live Music – Live Painting

Saturday October 21st. 4pm into the evening.

Ian Krause captures the essence and culture of Tacoma’s underground street scene in this one day event. Local photographer  Zachary’s candid and personal photographs showcase contemporary talent throughout the Pacific Northwest. Capturing intimate glimpses of life, at concerts, in the recording studio and in their community. This event is matched with live drawing and musical performance. This event is free and open to the public. We want to meet you and show you who we are. We hope to see you there.

 

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Tacoma Youth Art Show

Original music, visual arts and locally designed clothing

7–11 p.m., Friday Aug. 25, Fulcrum Gallery, 1308 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Tacoma

The Tacoma Youth Art Show will feature work from local college and high school artists, whose live music, photography, painting, drawing and creative designer clothing will be on display at the Fulcrum Gallery.

A rich variety of original music will be performed in six sets featuring Gillian Moore, Matthew Harding, Nick Adams, Aidan Jansen, Alex Wark, and bands led by Eli Sankytyl and Elijah Ventures.

Earthling clothing will be on display and for sale, produced by Quinn Carsille, Henry Stewart-Wood and Liam Ayers. Pre Fuk clothing will also be on display and for sale as well as paintings, all produced by Levi Starkweather. Visual artists displaying and selling work include paintings by Sam Hemmert, Sarah Boucher and Grace, and photographs by Sarah Panzer and Isabel Hall. Elijah ventures will feature paintings and clothing; Amara Severance will be doing drawings and paintings.

The Tacoma Youth Art Show is presented by this collaboration of artists. Fulcrum Gallery is a constantly evolving amalgamation of gallery and installation space, fine art retail, as well as an artistic community hub that hosts events.
For more information … text me at 253-347-3176 – Alex

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Artist Mythos

Curator Zachary Sofia of Los Angeles and Seattle presents Artist Mythos his exciting new gallery and concert series in Tacoma. This event showcases the Puget Sound’s best Underground, Fantastic and Pop Surrealist artwork and spans 3 amazing art venues The Fulcrum Gallery,  FEAST art center and The Tacoma Arts Community Center.  Local artist Jeremy Gregory will be featured unveiling new paintings, along with 20 other exiting Puget Sound Area artists.

May 20th 6-11PM: Fulcrum Gallery 1308 Martin Luther King Way, Tacoma, WA 98405 Info@fulcrumtacoma.com. Doors open at 6pm music starts at 8 show ends at 11.
Music from SPRISM, The BeatNipz & Terence Bennett / Video Art by Kris Crews
$8 suggested donation, hors d’oeuvres, beverages with I.D.

Participating Artists: 
Jeremy Gregory, Masha Fikhman, Jeremiah Kjormoe, Jason Sobottka, Larkin, Christoper Olson, Dave Bloomfield, Joseph Brooks, Alexander Halladay,  Bryan K Ward, CASH, Zachary Marvick, Yuri Knighten, Kelsey Vogan, Branden Duncan, Mark Tracy,  Jason Rivia, Don De Leva, Risa Kaneko, Michael Koehler, J. Gordon, Qin Tan, Nathan Barnes, Michael Rives, Angelita Martinez.

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The Erotic Artworks of Nicholas Frenette

The Erotic Artworks of Nicholas Frenette
April 1st. – May 1st 2017
Public Opening: April 20th 5:00-8:00
Private Opening: April 1st 9:30-1:30 event page

Welcome to the playful, erotic, and mythical world of Nicholas Frenette. Classically trained since childhood, his skill is only surpassed by his imagination. When he is not landscaping visions of beauty on canvases, he works as a sculptor, body painter, and illustrator. ‘The Erotic Works of Nicholas Frenette’ will feature a selection of his most notable erotic paintings and illustrations from the past decade, as well as some of his newer works.

 

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Blue Collar

Blue CollarDecember 4th – February 19th
Opening Reception: December 4th 6pm
Artist Talk: December 17th 6pm

Paintings by Adrian Bouchard

Blue Collar is a unique collection of work sourced from the early part of the last century. Period photographs and antique serving platters are wedded, transforming into bold dimensional portraits. Miners, farmers, child workers, and housewives are presented as haunting reflections of hardship and longing juxtaposed within the opulent filigree of service and wealth. Blue Collar reminds us of who we are and where we have come from. This work is especially poignant for today’s culture as we slide into a similar economic dynamic as The Great Depression.

Blue Collar / Meet The Artist

This Thursday December 17th Fulcrum Gallery will be open 6-9 pm for arts walk. We are hosting the continuing exhibition of Blue Collar by Adrian Bouchard. Additionally Adrian will be here giving an informal presentation about his artwork and the artistic processes that lead up to this body of work now on display till January 15th.

 

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