Until We Meet Again
Artist Erin Clancy Bids Farewell To Bellingham With Final Showcase
February4th 2014– March 29th 2014, Reception February 7th 6PM-10PM
BELLINGHAM, WA, January 9, 2014 – This February Honey Salon is proud to present Until We Meet Again, new works by Bellingham based paper and mixed-media artist Erin L. Clancy. After exhibiting locally for nearly a decade, this collection of works on paper and functional ceramics constitutes her final art show in Bellingham. Ph.DJ, drinks and sweet noshes will accompany the artist reception February 7th from 6PM -10PM.
Clancy’s final Bellingham showcase Until We Meet Again is a tour de force in form and execution. Among mediums, Clancy utilizes gouache, clay, yarn, ink, thread, exposed cyanotypes, as well as handmade and machine-made papers. Each lovingly crafted piece explores the bittersweet nature of leaving, coming home, and everything in between.
Erin Clancy has been an active participant in Bellingham’s art and downtown community since 2004. Clancy has shown in both solo and group exhibitions with venues that include Jinx Artspace, The Paperdoll, Allied Arts, iDiOM theater, Dear Edison Gallery, Old Town Cafe, Make.Shift Gallery and Winter Commission. In March she and her husband, Solomon Olmstead, will depart for a month long cross-country adventure before settling in New York City in the spring. Over the ten years that Clancy has been in Bellingham, her work and personal imprint have made a significant impact on the local arts community. Her departure is bittersweet, and assuredly Bellingham will not be the same without her.
For additional images, show information and artist interviews contact Honey Salon Gallery curator Shultzie Willows @ firstname.lastname@example.org.