Category Archives: Exhibit
During the month of February the Miller Library will show an exhibit of original pen and ink drawings and oil paintings by Seattle artist Karen Luke Fildes. The drawings are from The Secret World of Slugs and Snails: Life in the Very Slow Lane, written by Northwest naturalist David George Gordon and published by Sasquatch Books of Seattle.[…]
Plein air artist Scott Landry uses organic forms, shapes, patterns, and colors which occur in nature to create paintings that reflect his deep appreciation for nature. His work will be on exhibit in the Miller Library from January 3 through the 30th.[…]
The Trees in Art exhibit at the Miller Library runs October 5 through November 23rd. Please join us for a free public reception and meet the artists on October 20 from 5 to 7pm. Continue reading
Paintings of birds and other wildlife by Seattle artist Molly Hashimoto will be on exhibit in the Miller Library starting February 2 through March 24th. Continue reading
Dr. Linda Ann Vorobik, professional botanist and botanical artist, presents her work in Botanical Illustration: A Living Art as it has evolved during her 25 year career, including tools and methods she uses to create her illustrations, books including her work, and the work itself.
Exhibit runs October 4 through November 29, free public reception October 8, 5 – 7pm at the Miller Library
Wonder what goes on in the labs of Merrill Hall or in the study plots sprinkled throughout Union Bay Natural Area? Find out at the annual UWBG graduate student research review May 7 – 28 in the Library. Want to meet the researchers? Then join us for the public reception May 7 from 5 -7pm. Light refreshments will be served.[…]