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Art Gallery at Lynnwood City Hall
Alice Becker & Heather Blume (Jan 8 to Feb 12)

Iceland-Crevasse - webAlice Becker

I am a retired attorney and am now turning my attention to create art through photography. While born and raised in the Chicago area, I have lived my entire professional and adult life in Seattle. I have always wanted to be a photographer but had to abandon this interest while working and raising my family. Since retiring, I have taken numerous photography classes and have had my work displayed in numerous local exhibits, and public art forums, and also published in literary/arts journals and the Seattle Times.

 "Iceland - Crevasse"

Alice speaks about her work:
I am attracted to shapes, angles, patterns, textures, reflections and color contrasts. I focus naturally on these details for my work as I am drawn to them and their juxtaposition. I photograph without special equipment – usually my IPhone or my Nikon DSLR with a standard lens. My goal when I photograph is take the image as I initially see it and focus less on postproduction work. I want viewers to see the image as I see it when I make the photograph. I also want viewers to see an image of subject matter that is unique. If I photograph a flower the goal of the photograph is not only to show a flower but to show the flower in way that is unique and has an impact on viewers’ thoughts. I want my photographs to draw the viewer into the world of nature in a way they may not have previously experienced. For the purposes of my submission and consistent with my artist statement, I am submitting a series of photograph that I created on a recent trip to Iceland.


Glacier - web

Heather Blume

Born and raised in northwest Kansas, many of Heather Blume’s pieces harken back to the breathtaking weather and spanning horizons of her childhood, while others reflect the serenity and complex beauty of Western Washington, where she has lived for the last 12 years. She studied at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, under several skilled professors, including printmaker James Munce, who greatly influenced her work. More of her portfolio can be found at www.heatherblumestudio.com or Instagram at www.instagram.com/heatherblumestudio




Heather speaks about her work:
My abstract acrylic portfolio is characterized by deep texture exploration, bold knife strokes as a blending technique, intense color layering, and constant experimentation. I believe art is about emotional and intellectual evocation, and in many of my works, dichotomous themes of peaceful solitude and interconnectivity play, as well as deeper stories and statements about mental health, hope, and recovery. Open expression of internal feelings and perceptions aid others in expressing themselves, and allow the viewers of such work to find a tie to with others in an increasingly polarized world where it is easy to feel isolated.


Lynnwood City Hall, 19100 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98036, 425-670-5000
Monday-Friday 8:30am - 5pm. Evening hours: Mondays (except for holidays) and third Wednesdays, 6:30-9pm.

Upcoming exhibits 2019

2/12 Byori Hwang & Josh Harriman
3/26 Camille Christenson & Rohini Mathur
5/7 Eggs-plore Lynnwood     
6/18 McKenna Ihde & Ronald Wang
7/30 Seth Sexton & Chris Buckley
9/10 Paws with Cause     
10/22 Meline Saftalyan & Vanessa Baird
12/3 EdCC Art Students     


Youth Art Gallery at Lynnwood Recreation Center
Ava Norgaard (Jan 12 - Mar 9)

ava - webAva Norgaard was born in 2009, and raised in Bellevue, WA.  She is now the 4th grader at Clydehill Elementary school.  She first got interested in drawing as a 1st grader, where her teacher loved drawing and showed the amazing drawings she had done since she was a child.  She then started her official drawing lessons with Mr. Gao Long.  Besides drawing, Ava also has been learning piano since age 5.  She hopes to bring closeness to earth by her drawing and music.


Ava speaks about her art: We are here to celebrate life, the earth, the sun, the rain, the trees, and other living beings, which are the treasures mother nature selflessly offers to us. I want to cherish, remember the treasures through my drawing.

"Fancy Pants(photo by the artist).


Upcoming exhibits 2019  

3/9 Serena Cai
4/27 Thumper Lin
6/15 Emily Chen
8/3 Claire Yuan
9/21 Kyra Li
11/16 Ally Gong

Lynnwood Rec Center, 18900 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98036, (425) 670-5732
Monday - Friday 5:30am - 9:30pm, Saturday 7:00am - 9:00pm, Sunday 9:30am - 6:30pm


EGGS-plore Lynnwood

all eggs center - web


Thanks to everyone who participated.

We look forward to 2019 EGGS-plore.

EGGS-plore Lynnwood is a collaboration with the Lynnwood Parks & Recreation Foundation. It is supported in part by a grant from the Washington State Arts Commission & the National Endowment for the Arts.


Korean American Artists Association of Washington State (KAAW)
City Hall - Council Chambers Gallery


Hyosoon Jung - web

Artist from KAAW: Hyosoon Jung

About The Korean American Artists Association of Washington State (KAAW) 

KAAW is a non-profit organization founded in 1989 by local Korean Immigrants. The mission of KAAW is to encourage and support Korean American Artists in the region in the pursuit of artistic endeavor in order to enrich both personal and community life. In 1994, KAAW expanded its mission to promote and celebrate Diversity through Pacific Northwest Student Art Competition open to K-12, for all ethnic backgrounds. In 2010, KAAW celebrated its 20th anniversary by hosting a special event and exhibition. From 2014, KAAW created several committees to encourage and enhance member involvement, and beginning 2015, KAAW actively supported and participated in several community events and greatly expanded its memberships with many talented artists in the WA area. This year, KAAW exhibits twice for the first time in a year and celebrates the 5th year of "Johsel Namkung Scholarship" award.




Past Exhibits

Check out some of the artists that have shown in our galleries.


Artist Opportunities


I LOVE Lynnwood

Sculpture Design
Call for Artists / Creative People

We are looking for artists, designers, architects, makers, and creative people to design an iconic sculpture based on the theme: I LOVE Lynnwood. $2500 awarded to winner. Deadline to apply is January 31, 2019. For more info, and to apply, read the call below:

I Love Lynnwood - call for artist.docx
I Love Lynnwood - call For artist.pdf