Palouse Yearning

New Works of Vicki Broeckel

April 7, 2017 to April 29, 2017

Please join us this April to view long time Dusty, Washington farmer and artist, Vicki Broeckel's collection of Palouse Yearning.

No one understands and captures better on canvas the spirit and energy of our iconic Palouse than Vicki. Her attention to detail draws the viewer into her oil paintings where she is at ease sharing shimmering wheat fields, meandering streams, iconic barns and windmills, and colorful sunsets.

Religious Medals and Love Tokens of Cynthia Ann

One Day Trunk Show

May 5, 2017 - 10:00am to 8:00pm

After her mother passed away after a long battle with cancer, designer Cynthia Ann found solace by traveling to Europe where she wandered village markets and antique stores. Not surprising she found herself noticing and then collecting old antique religious medals and love tokens. Once home, she began transforming these relics into wearable art by introducing silver and gold bezels touched with diamonds and color stones. Golgotha and old Believer’s crosses, guardian angels, sacred hearts, Miraculous Mary and St. Francis of Assisi – all have special meanings and now redefined – modern, accessible, unique and wearable. Please joins us for this special one day event from 10AM to 8PM.

Recent Paintings of Charles W. Palmer

Opening Reception

May 5, 2017 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm

Please join us in viewing the most recent paintings of Charles W. Palmer, Spokane’s premier landscape artist. Born and trained in New England, Charlie first moved to Spokane over 35 years ago to teach in the fine arts department of the now closed Fort Wright College. His strong bold brush strokes capture not only our regional wonders but our collective admiration. His show will continue through June 15.