The new Burien Arts Gallery has opened its doors in Olde Burien and is devoted to showcasing the works of local artists working in a range of media,
We love to feature established artists and emerging artists alike, including student artists. The Gallery is free and open to the public.
Every third Wednesday, the Burien Arts Gallery features an open mic for poetry and prose readers from 7-8:30 pm
The Gallery is located at 826 SW 152nd St.
The Gallery space is also available to rent.
For more information, visit our Gallery page.
BURIEN ARTS NAMED CHARITY OF THE YEAR 2016
Discover Burien, our town’s cross between a chamber of commerce and a board of tourism, has named the Burien Arts Association Charity of the Year 2016.
BURIEN ARTS GALLERY EXHIBITS
October – Ken DeRoux & Garreth Schuh
November – Lolly Shera
December – Gift show with small works by curated local artists. Find a unique present!
VISION 20/20 ART SALE & GALA
What: Our 9th annual art sale and gaka features about 500 affordable small works from 50 regional artists plus an art auction of larger works. The evening also includes refreshments from 20+ local restaurants, music by West African trio Abaraka, and raffle prizes,
When: Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016, 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM
Where: Burien Community Center
CALLS FOR ARTISTS
Gallery 110 Annual Juried Exhibition
Pioneer Square co-op Gallery 110’s annual juried exhibition showcases work by emerging & established artists. The gallery location & reputation offer artists access to Seattle’s Pioneer Square gallery district & well-attended First Thursday Art Walk.
See their website for details & how to enter. The entry deadline is October 30, 2016.
Burien Community Center 2017 Art Exhibits
Artisits working in two dimensional media can apply for the 2017 schedule of exhibits at the Community Center. The exhibit wall is 14′ 6″ x 8″ 8″ in the lobby.
See their website for details. The entry deadline is November 4, 2016.
Painters Ken DeRoux and Garreth Schuh are featured in October at the Burien Arts Gallery.
The opening reception is Friday, October 7 from 5-8 PM at the Gallery, 826 S.W. 152nd St. in Olde Burien. All are invited.
DeRoux graduated from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1969 with a BFA in photography/film. He managed the Canyon Cinema Filmmakers’Cooperative in the early 1970s and later was film curator at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Returning to his hometown of Juneau, Alaska, in 1978, he became curator at the Alaska State Museum and began to paint. His works have been displayed at many galleries in Alaska and Seattle.
Ken’s primary medium is oil. His focus has recently shifted from abstraction and landscapes to more narrative themes.
Schuh studied Architecture at the University of Washington and worked in that field in Seattle before earning an MA in Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. A number of large museum projects followed. Back in Seattle, he worked on large residences and commercial and civic projects with large firms. He currently maintains a small practice focused on new or remodeled residences, small commercial projects, and disability-related design and advocacy.
Inspired by his grandmother, Garreth started painting in the 1990s. The paintings on display are architectural landscapes abstracted from dilapidated buildings in Eastern Washington’s Palouse country and the American West. He works mainly in oil.
Works by photographers Tom Fletcher and Chris Gonvers will be on display in the Artists United room at the Gallery this month.
Wednesday-Saturday – noon-6:00 PM
Sunday – noon – 4:00 PM