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November 2003 Janauary 2004

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  Jeffrey Moose Gallery will celebrate a pair of holiday exhibitions in Rainier Square, one in the gallery space on the second level of Rainier Square and another in the new Jeffrey Moose Gallery Holiday Art Mart, located at the beginning of the Concourse connecting the square with One and Two Union Square on Friday, November 14th. A reception will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 and will include live music and a huge crew of more than 20 participating artists.

Al Loving
"Mara Series A #7"
Offset print on paper, color variable edition

The Holiday Art Mart was created with value in mind, to reflect the realities of today's economy. It is a 2700 square foot eclectic mix of paintings, prints, furniture, glass, ceramics, jewelry, photography, cards and fun. It will be open M-F from 11 to 4PM and by appointment, while the gallery is open M-F 10-6, Sat 12-5. Exhibitions in both spaces will run through January.

Barbara Benedetti Newton
"A Charmed Life"
Colored Pencil on paper

Of special note are new offset prints by legendary African American painter/sculptor Al Loving (recently recovered from heart surgery), colored-pencil still lives by Frye Museum instructor Barbara Benedetti Newton, a stunning group of new vases and stained-glass stand-alones by glass artist Bob Mitchell, linocuts from our First-Ever for the US show of totemic linocuts from the Torres Strait Islands and brand new jewelry in gold and precious stones by David Weinstock, just back from a gem buying trip to Thailand.

Michele Rudenko
Raku tray with handles
Raku fired eathenware with glaze
20" diameter, 5" high.

Some artists will provide live demonstrations or videos of their mediums. A schedule of demos will be updated in early November.

New to the gallery are furniture maker Randy Smithers, glass artists Callahan McVay and Robert Mitchell, ceramic artists Randy Guest , Michele Rudenko and Jamil Sherief, painters Manya Drobnack, Gloria Ruiz, Michele Soderstrom and David Buxton, Batik artist Eric Hauptman, draftsman and digital artist Stephen Rock and photographers Nichole DeMente and Terry Moyemont and Alina Holladay.

The exhibition will be divided as follows:

Jeffrey Moose Gallery Exhibitors
    Al Loving-New Prints!!
    Lillian Pitt-sculpture, prints & jewelry
    Long Gao-paintings & prints & carvings
    David Weinstock-jewelry
    Jan Erion-paintings, prints & cards
    Bob Mitchell & Callahan McVay-Blown & stained Glass / functional and NON
    Eric Hauptman-batiks
    Alina Holladay- photographs
    Manya Drobnack-paintings
    Gloria Ruiz-paintings and carvings
    Stephen Rock-original art, prints & antique map reproductions
    Barbara Benedetti Newton-landscapes & still lives

Jeffrey Moose Gallery Art Mart Exhibitors
    Darlene Morgensen-pastel landscapes
    Terry Moyemont - garden photographs
    Robert Mitchell-stained & blown glass
    Long Gao - Paintings and Prints
    Michele Soderstrom-paintings & prints
    Nichole DeMent-photographs
    Julie Mistaria - exotic stone beaded jewelry
    Randy Guest-porcelain chimes & fixtures
    Heather Wallis Murphy-paintings & cards
    Callahan McVay-blown glass
    Cheri O'Brien-Paintings
    Bob Lucas-cast concrete fish, Goddesses & cool stuff
    Australian Aboriginal Artists-paintings & prints
    Jan Erion-paintings, prints & cards
    Larry Ahvakana-stone-cut prints and hand carved masks
    Randy Smithers-furniture
    Lillian Pitt-sculpture, prints & jewelry
    Michele Rudenko and Jamil Sherief - ceramics

    ONCE AGAIN: Both spaces will open with festive, music filled events on Friday, Nov. 14th, 5:30 - 8:30 PM.


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