Columbia City Gallery Presents “Into the Wild” & Roosevelt Lewis

Columbia City Gallery Presents “Into the Wild” & Roosevelt Lewis

This week, Columbia City Gallery kicks-off two new exhibits to run January 13 through February 21, 2016, with an artists’ reception for both exhibits planned for Sat., Jan. 16, from 5 to 8 pm.

In the Main Gallery, “Into the Wild” includes new works by gallery artists Dianne Bradley, Saundra Fleming and Joan Mamelok.

In the Guest Gallery, Roosevelt Lewis — one of the founders of the Southeast Seattle Art Council and an active community member for the betterment of Southeast Seattle. Lewis has lived in Seattle for 46 years. Many of his stories and inspiration for his artwork come from his childhood on the Cane River in Central Louisiana.

Lewis will read from his recently published book, “Taught by Life: Art and Stories” at the Columbia City Gallery Literary Series, on Sun., Jan. 17, from 5 to 7 pm. All events are free and open to the public.

Columbia City Gallery is located at 4864 Rainier Avenue South in Seattle. Image/Freddie’s Café

 

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