Friday, February 5, 2016

Movie Nights in the Gallery! Feb 16: Marina Abramovic

Movie Nights in the Gallery!
Show Time is 6:30 Doors open at 6pm

February 16: Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present

Ticket price is $5
Beer and Wine Available for sale
Bring your own popcorn and snacks

This feature-length documentary film follows the artist as she prepares for what may be the most important moment of her life: a major retrospective of her work at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. To be given a retrospective at one of the world's premiere museums is, for any living artist, the most exhilarating sort of milestone. For Marina, it is far more - it is the chance to finally silence the question she has been hearing over and over again for four decades:
'But why is this art?'

Studio/Office for Rent!


Fantastic studio/office space available for rent!

Perfect for non-profits, professionals such as attorneys, therapists, massage practitioners, artists and others seeking a quiet space with natural light. 

Suite 201 is 385 sq. ft., with two adjoining rooms, lots of windows facing Glover Street, and access to a shared kitchen and two restrooms. 

Rent is $395/month, utilities included.1-year-lease (negotiable) with security deposit. 

For additional details and viewing, contact Salyna Gracie at Confluence Gallery 509.997.2787

Monday, February 1, 2016

Donni Reddington on exhibit at Family Health Centers Dental Clinic in Twisp, WA

Confluence Gallery presents

Donni Reddington

A solo exhibit at Family Health Centers Dental Clinic in Twisp, WA

January 15th - April 15th

Family Health Centers Dental Clinic
110 East 2nd Avenue Twisp, WA
509-422-5700 call for open hours
The exhibit can be viewed anytime the clinic is open on Fridays and Saturdays.

Donni Reddington is a Methow Valley photographer doing free-lance work since 2007. Her subjects range from scenic landscapes, adventurous outdoor activities to people in nature. Her addiction to photography grew quickly during her freshmen year in high school. From that point on it was clear that photography was going to be part of her life. During college, she created her own photo lab in a rund own college rental basement in Colorado. It was dark and dingy, and on a budget, it was the perfect place to set up an old Beseler enlarger and star developing her own prints.

Since the digital era took over, Donni has been shooting with multiple SLR's and creating images for various projects and just for fun. Over time, she has developed an awareness using natural light and a passion for black and white photography.

View more of Donni's work at her website: donnireddington.comFor more information about the exhibit or to purchase works contact Confluence Gallery

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Jam Session! An Experiential Drawing and Painting Workshop With teaching artist Diana Sanford

Confluence Gallery presents:

Jam Session!
An Experiential Drawing and Painting Workshop

With teaching artist Diana Sanford

June 11 – 12

$225 per artist for two days 9am -5pm

Early bird registration by April 1st $200

Liberty Bell High School Art Room Winthrop, WA

Ever wonder why we “play” music but do art “work”?

Come practice improvising in this playful, interactive workshop.

The ability to be spontaneous, receptive and in the moment is vital in our creative process. In this workshop, through carefully structured exercises, you’ll train your brain to readily engage the spontaneous mode, strengthening it to become an equal partner in your art making.

This is a fun, interactive and intense workshop open to all students with basic comfort with the materials. Music will be used to stimulate creativity at this workshop!

Materials list will be provided, contact Confluence Gallery.

Maximum of 14 students - Reserve your place in advance! Registration deadline is May 28th. or 509-997-ARTS

This workshop combines Diana Sanford’s experience as a psychotherapist and her many years painting, with a passion for teaching. You can find out more about Diana on her website

Painting Animals in Watercolor with Stan Miller

Confluence Gallery presents:

Painting Animals in Watercolor

With teaching artist Stan Miller

Oct 15 - 16th 9-4 each day

Liberty Bell High School Art Room Winthrop, WA

$225 per student Early Bird Registration by August 1 $200

Improve your watercolor skills painting fur, feathers, eyes, grass, water, and animal environments.

Using photos provided, students will paint in stages from simple to more difficult subjects completing several paintings during this two-day intensive workshop.

All skill levels are welcome. Materials list provided upon registration.

Register at Confluence Gallery 509-997-ARTS or

Stan Miller is an internationally known American artist and a signature member and award winner with the American Watercolor Society. From his working studio in Spokane, WA, Stan travels nationally and internationally teaching and judging watercolor competitions. His art has won top honors in Watercolor Exhibitions around the world.

Shadow and Light exhibit

Confluence Gallery presents 

Shadow and Light

January 16 - February 27

Shadow defines light and light defines shadow, giving definition to the world around us. Artists will explore shadow and light in many dimensions; physical and metaphorical, literal and abstract.

Shadow and Light seems a description of our wonderful, snowy winters with dappled light on snow, frozen rivers, all with our low winter sun throwing long shadows. The other seasons come to mind with Shadow and Light being special to each.

But is that all it is? Stepping away from literal ideas we think of shadow and light of the human psyche, of dreams, hopes, fears or dealing with the challenges of everyday life.

Curated by Mary Lou McCollum, Shadow and Light presents a mesmerizing exhibit with variety of mediums and artists exploring the theme. Several new artists are in the gallery and we hope you will enjoy a walk through this wonderland of light.

Thanks to our exhibit sponsors KTRT, Sawtooth Dental, and Floyd Company.

Call to Artists: Gallery Gift Shop Open Call!

A Call To Artists:
Gallery Gift Shop Open Call

Confluence Gallery in Twisp, WA is taking submissions for art to be sold in our successful, year- round gallery gift shop. We invite artists to submit visual art and quality craft items for review.

Please submit up to 5 clear images of individual pieces or product lines to be juried.

Describe the medium and/or process of your art or products and the corresponding price points.

The open call deadline is March 1, 2016 and all accepted art must be delivered to Confluence Gallery by April 1, 2016.

Each piece must be:

· Your own original work.
· Available for sale.
 ·Created in the last 3 years.
· Any Size
· Any Medium
· Ready for hanging with appropriate hardware/wire secured to work (works without hanging hardware will not be accepted)

· Please note the curators have the right to refuse work, even after work is delivered to the gallery, if it does not contribute to the direction, cohesiveness, or available space of the gallery. We are looking for high quality execution that contributes to the diversity and vision of the gallery gift shop program.

Submit by 3-1-16 (email to WITH samples of work to be juried.
Artist Statement and Bio by 4-1-16 (in email or word doc only).
Completed works, Inventory Sheet, and Confluence Gallery Contract 4-1-16. 

The Confluence Gallery and Art Center is a non-profit gallery. All shipping costs to and from the gallery of unsold works is each artist's responsibility. See Confluence Gallery Shipping Procedures form for details.

Confluence Gallery offers commission structure of 60/40 to non-members and 65/35 to member artists.

Please email or call Executive Director Salyna Gracie at the Confluence Gallery (509) 997-2787 if you have any questions about the submission requirements. We are looking forward to hearing from you.