Jeffery Moose Gallery - The Last Roundup, Part II
October 29th through - December 31st
reception TBD from 5:30 to 7:30 pm.
Through December 31st, 2016, Jeffrey Moose Gallery will show an exhibit
featuring gallery artists from throughout its 21 year history, "The Last
Roundup". In addition to the gallery and the "Art Mart", located in the
frame shop portion of the gallery in Rainier Square Concourse, the
gallery has expanded into adjacent spaces, now showing more work than
In the former Michael's Bespoke Tailors space, an installation of
paintings by Seattle painter Parvin features seven works whose abstract
premise derives from both music and the natural world. Particularly fine
are two swirling works inspired by Russian pianist Scriabin. Parvin,
whose career began as an illustrator for the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and
The Pittsburgh Press newspapers, received a degree from Chouinard Art
Institute, now the California Institute of the Arts, alma mater of Chuck
Jones, Ed Ruscha and Bob Mackie. Blown glass bowls, vases and pumpkins
by Everett artist Dianne Rasmussen are also on display in that space as
well as Rock n' Roll photos by Steve Schneider.
Also now on display are work by New York abstract/op artist Al Loving
(now deceased), Suquamish painter/collage artist Gerry Lonning, pastel
painter Karen Schroeder and gallery owner Jeffrey Moose, whose painting
"Eye of the Geoduck" is featured on the new CD by Gypsy Jazz group
Ranger and the Re-Arrangers.
For nearly 21 years, Jeffrey Moose Gallery has exhibited work related to
the environment; landscapes in oil and pastel and Chinese ink,
contemporary indigenous art by Native Americans and Australian
Aboriginals, field sketches and journals from local biologists,
abstractions based on the natural world and ceramics and blown glass
inspired by Northwest elements and critters. With great regularity, the
gallery has generated positive press and gained visibility for artists
who rarely get mentioned in print, selling their work to collectors and
museums in the U.S. and overseas.
Please refer questions to Jeffrey Moose, 206.467.6951 or
"Homage to Scriabin"
Acrylic on canvas
on vinyl L.P.
"Eye of the Geoduck"
Unique offset print for award ceremony