Stop by Catalyst Co-Working on Friday August 3rd and Friday September 7th from 5pm-7pm during Ellensburg's First Friday Art Walk to see work done by local artist Kenneth Johnson. Can't make it? No problem! Come by during office hours from 9AM-5PM Monday through Friday during the months of August and September.
About the artist:
Kenneth has lived and worked in Ellensburg since moving here fourteen years ago. He is self taught and has worked in various media throughout the years currently focusing on photography. Eschewing digital, Kenneth works exclusively with analog photography methods. The group of images represented in this exhibition focus on alternative processes, polaroids, film and gelatin silver printing.
Stop by Catalyst during First Friday Art Walk on June 1st from 5pm-7pm for our opening reception of Transitions by artist Tarra Hall-Ward.
Can't make it? No problem! You can stop by during the week from 9AM-5PM anytime from June 1st- July 20th!
Tarra’s often abstract artwork is based on concepts and patterns found in chemistry, and combines elements of both painting and drawing. She grew up in Washington State, receiving her Associate Degree in Art and Science from Big Bend Community College in Moses Lake, Washington. She recently graduated from Central Washington University with a Bachelor of Fine Art and a Bachelor of Science. Tarra’s first solo exhibit was with the support of the Ronald E. McNair scholars program. She received funding for the research and development of a body of artwork that helped shape her art today. She currently supports her artistic endeavors working at Swiftwater Cellars in Cle Elum, Washington, where she enjoys learning subtle ways chemistry affects every day cooking as well as skills to implement in her own life.
Join us for Art Walk on April 6th and May 4th from 5PM-7PM to check out our featured artist. Or stop by during business hours, Mon-Friday from 9AM-5PM!
Jen Oertli is best known for her mixed media work, including dream catchers, jewelry, glass, and acrylic paintings.
Her art is inspired by the natural beauty of the Cascade Mountain range and sweeping views of Central Washington.
Jen currently resides in her hometown of Cle Elum, WA.
Join us for Catalyst's very First Joint show!