Three Spring 2017 exhibits with Jeff Mihalyo

Dancing Cubes
Dancing Cubes animation screen capture 2017

Shoreline City Hall, Shoreline, WA. – May 18th – Augmented Reality Installation.
Black Lab Gallery, Everett, WA. – May 18th- Surreal Paintings
Dendroica Gallery, Seattle WA. – June 8th- Abstract Paintings

Shoreline City Hall
17500 Midvale Ave N. Shoreline, WA 98133-4905. May 18- June 23,
Artist reception Thursday May 18th, 6:30 – 8:30pm.

Beyond the Picture Plane
Curated by Ray C. Freeman III

Shoreline, WA. – Shoreline Public Art presents “Beyond the Picture Plane”, opens on the Third Floor of Shoreline City Hall .
This exhibition combines original artwork by 18 artists with Augmented Reality created by or in collaboration with the artists. The artworks can be seen and explored by viewing the artwork through provided tablets on site.

Feature artists include Kim Rose Adams, Kimi Boylan, Reginald Brooks, Miguel Edwards, David Francis, Ray C. Freeman III, Jeff Mihalyo, Xavier Lopez, Jr., Kelly Lyles, Stephen Rock, Ginny Ruffner, and J. ‘fluffy’ Shagam.

Phoenix Eagle
Phoenix Eagle oil on canvas 2016

Black Lab Gallery
1618 Hewitt Ave. Everett, WA 98201 May 18-July 20th,
Artist reception Thursday May 18 6-10pm

The Paintings of Jeff Mihalyo

Jeff Mihalyo returns to Black Lab Gallery with a an exhibit of paintings in his trademark surrealist style that he first presented at the gallery in 2001.
The exhibit presents original paintings that span 17 years in which the artist examines world and philosophical issues through a multifaceted system of symbolic and narrative compositions.

floaters
Floaters graphite on paper 2016

Dendroica Gallery
1718 East Olive Way, Suite A Seattle, WA 98102, USA June 8th- Juy 2nd.
Artist reception Thursday June 8 6-10pm

Abstract paintings by Jeff Mihalyo

Jeff Mihalyo presents his second solo exhibit of abstract works at Dendroica Gallery. He presents variations of his mark-making exploration with color and gesture on canvas and paper. The artworks are the result of a six year practice intended to counterbalance the artists propensity for representationalism.