Bon Marché & 5 Years of Niche! This Weekend!

Niche – Celebrating 5 years! Sunday, November 8th

Join us for a pre party at Niche and then into the Kiggins Theatre to watch Spanish Film shorts and drink Spanish wine. 4:00 pm9:00 pm

Here is a clip from deep in the archives. June 2010 – Niche: The Process.

Bon Marché – November Show

Opening this Friday from 5-9pm

Original Call for Art (now closed) answered for this November’s show.

Have too much art? Make room in your studio for new work by selling your older collection. We at Angst Gallery thought about purging some of our creations that have accumulated over the years. We are inviting artists we have enjoyed working with in the past to join us in BonMarché (the good market). Starting a new series, need money for supplies? We are here to help.

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Submit to Myth-O-Logical

mythoSubmit your work to Angst Gallery’s Mythological themed group show.

Submission – Deadline for submissions is Saturday November 28th. 12-5pm (earlier arrangements can be made) Up to 3 works of art accepted. Art will be juried for relevance to the theme and quality

The stories that humans tell each other, from pre-history to modern urban legends both inspire and frame much of traditional and modern art. Mythic stories, Jungian archetypes, personal mythologies or religious antiquities would fit the concept. Mythical animals, creatures, characters are all appropriate themes. This is a group juried art show at Angst Gallery. The line between historical fact and mythology is obvious to us in a modern day civilization. Or is it?

Ancient and Modern Folklore, Fable, Urban Legend, Myth, and Fiction are all appropriate themes for Angst Gallery’s Myth-o-Logical show.

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Building our Renaissance

“The arts play an important role in the continuing revitalization of Vancouver.  The momentum of First Friday Artwalk, Clark County Recycled Arts Festival, Clark County Open Studios and numerous other community events and organizations bring a wide spectrum of creativity to our city. Opportunities exist for a city of our size to improve access to the arts through investing in assets like a performing arts center and an art museum. ” – Ty Stober for Vancouver City Council Position 5

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May @ Angst – Through the Lens and Beyond – Christine Eagon

christine-eagonThrough the Lens and Beyond
Recent works on paper by Christine Eagon

First Friday Art Walk – Opening May 1st, 5-9 pm
Artist Talk – Saturday May 16th, 3-5 pm
Closing Party – Saturday May 30th, 3-5pm

“My paintings are gifts from the luminous sky. This new body of work expresses my connection to the expansiveness and mysteries of the universe.
While traveling in England I used the circle motif as a tool to see the landscape and compose a painting. It was as if I were looking through a telescope or camera lens to align my focus.One night during that journey I watched the brilliant full moon rise over Glastonbury Tor. Much later that evening I saw intense lightning strikes across the vast velvety blue.
I’m grateful for the exhilarating and magnificent night sky putting on its best light show and the mysterious landscape of crop circles. Locally I have seen Perseid meteor showers, the super moon rising as the sun set on the horizon of the Pacific Ocean, and many unforgettable and brilliant starry nights. My circle paintings are inspired by these vivid experiences.
I invite you to connect with the light and healing energy. Enjoy the journey through the lens and beyond.”

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Events This Week @ Angst

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David Meltzer and Julie Rogers

Thursday, April 23

BASIC MYSTERIES – An Afternoon with David Meltzer
An educational talk designed for teachers, students, and enthusiasts who are interested in and enjoy reading, writing, and/or teaching poetry.

April 25, 2015
Cost: $20 Students & Seniors; $25 Teachers, $30 Adults

10303289_10153529699591777_3495909056523074029_nThe Art of Pablito: Artist Q&A and Raffle

Please join us for the closing of Pablo Caceres’ show at Angst Gallery. Pablo will be hosting an artist Q&A and announcing the raffle winner.

7:00pm – 9:30pm

April 25, 2015

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April Show – The Art of Pablo Cáceres

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Angst Gallery will be featuring familiar and new art work including photography and illustrations by local Portlander and Vancouver Washington native Pablo Cáceres.

This show will also debut Pablito’s collaborative pieces with Christopher Luna and Greg Bee.

The Art of Pablito – Opening Reception April 3 @ 5:00 pm

Visit the Artists website (NSFW)

Artist Bio: Born in the United States to Chilean immigrants in 1979, Pablo Cáceres has been a resident of the Portland metropolitan area for over 20 years.

Both a traditional and digital artist, Pablo’s preferred medium is acrylic painting and collage. Pablo is known by his friends and within his local art community as “Pablito”. This nickname was given to him as a child by his family and is what he currently uses to sign his current artwork.


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