Current Exhibitions

May 18, 2017 - June 12, 2017

Join us on Art Walk for this new, beautiful offering of ceramics that are full of gesture and expression.

From Layne: "As a painter, I think of clay and glaze as another form of canvas and paint. Only now the canvas doesn't have to be square, rectangular, or one dimensional! And the glaze has a mind of it's own. I love gesture, whether it's the gesture of the body, the hands or even the hair. I try to relate the gesture to the shape of the vessel. Lately I have enjoyed slinky forms of black cats. They are so expressive, and there is the additional element of their connection to humans."


May 18, 2017 - June 12, 2017

We move into a bright, contemporary perspective with this brand-new show featuring oil finger paintings by Kimberly Adams who offers a fresh take on impressionism, watercolor on canvas from Kendahl Jan Jubb, palette knife and brush oils from Heather Pasqualino and mixed media paintings from guest artist, Melissa Cole. With elements borrowed from modern design, collage and intricate patterns from India, the pieces in this show reflect a departure from Cole Gallery's classical roots, inviting the viewer to enjoy a fresh, bold and colorful perspective. 


June 15, 2017 - July 17, 2017

Mike Wise brings a new collection of art embodying the essence of the rugged and wild landscape, the elegance of nature and the profound beauty of our American farmlands.  From our Northwest forests and mountain streams to pastoral fields and family farms, Mike is an undeniably brilliant Impressionist.  His dynamic brushwork, fresh and unfettered application of paint combined with an uncanny ability to create a sense of realism, make his paintings simply exquisite. 


June 15, 2017 - July 17, 2017

One of Cole Gallery's newest artists, Kyle Paliotto brings a new offering of paintings featuring pastoral landscapes, farm animals and peaceful vistas.



Kyle tells us about his motivation for painting these charming scenes:  "As an oil painter living in the rural area of North Idaho, I can't help but be influenced by the peace and beauty around me. I have a passion for the pastoral countryside and all that it encompasses, especially the animals. Painting and living close to the land bring me great joy. My hope is to share that passion through my paintings."



We invite you to Art Walk on June 15, 5-8pm, to enjoy Kyle's work in person. We'll be serving Champagne toasts and dessert bites.