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Parking permits are  required only 5 days a week now in the 16th Avenue Visitor Parking Lot. No permits needed on weekends and evenings.

Gallery Exhibition

Follow this link to our website with instructions for
ordering books that our gallery photographer, Gary Miller, has put together of Larson Gallery exhibitions and events.
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Window Clings
ART Window Clings now available for $5. Popular in car windows -- a great way to support and promote the Larson Gallery.
ARTifacts (in the Gallery)
Check our gift corner for ever-changing artworks from local artists.
If you are interested in selling your smaller works through us, please give us a call. (35% commission)
March 9 - April 15, 2017
Depto. 104 by Robert A. Fisher of Ellensburg, WA

This National Juried Exhibition features photographs from around the United States. 257 photos were entered by 89 photographers in total. The juror, Julia Dolan, Minor White Curator of Photography; Portland Art Museum, selected 69 photographs by 48 artists from 14 different states. California, Idaho, Kentucky, Massachusettes, Missouri, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas, and Washington. The opening reception will be on March 9th from 5-7 pm, awards are presented at 6 pm. The gallery will be closed March 21-29 for spring break.

in the Larson Gallery
April 20-21, 7:30 pm
April 22, 2:00 pm
The play RED written by John Logan, about artist Mark Rothko, will be performed in the Larson Gallery the evenings of April 20 and 21 at 7:30 pm and a matinee on Saturday, April 22 at 2:00 pm.
Mark Rothko, born Markus Yakovlevich Rothkowitz, was an American painter of Russian Jewish descent who immigrated to the U.S. in 1913. Rothko is known for painting rectangular fields of color and light. He completed 836 works on canvas during his lifetime.
The play takes place in Rothko's New York Studio from 1958 to 1959, where he is painting murals commissioned for him by a New York restaurant. Mark Rothko, played by Yakima Valley College instructor Timothy Jeske, gives orders to his assistant Ken, played by Yakima Valley College recent graduate Cody Jordan. As Ken mixes the paints, he questions the concept of Rothko's work being used for such a commercial venture.
The play is directed by Ray Pritchard, Drama instructor for YVC and Kendall Hall Technical Director. Tickets are $30 per person and will be available in the Larson Gallery and online at Seats were sold out to our previous play, ART, so get yours early! Proceeds from these performances will benefit the Larson Gallery Guild and Yakima Valley College Playmasters. All performances will be held in the Larson Gallery at Yakima Valley College.
Administrative Professional's Luncheon
April 26th, 2017
Tickets on sale now!
​​​​​​​General seating: $35
Sponsor tables: $1000, seats 10
Doors open at 11 am. Lunch catered by The French Carousel served at 12 pm. A fashion show featuring Gretchen (women's wear) and The Sporthaus (men's wear) starts at 12:15 pm. Raffle, door prizes, and thank you's at 12:50 pm. Raffle items and door prizes include a painting by Dr. Deepali Kayal, $50 gift cards to The French Carousel, and various gift baskets.
Marcos Antonio Gomez &            
Amanda Ontiveros
Gallery Hours:
Wednesday: 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Thursday: 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Friday: 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Cascadian Camera Club
March 23- May 13, 2017

Cascadians Camera Club is a group of outdoor enthusiasts that enjoys capturing images of their hikes and travels in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Images are diverse as members travel popular hiking trails, Cowiche Canyon, Mt. Rainier National Park, Columbia River Gorge attractions, and the rolling hills of the Palouse. Most shared images are outdoor scenes and/or nature shots. Some members have mastered capturing eagles in the Yakima River Canyon and the Milky Way. Others within the group enjoy capturing horses in natural settings, including wild horses of the Satus/Yakama Indian Reservation. 
LGG Bus Tour to the Terracotta Warriors
May 7th, 2017
Bus Tour to Pacific Science Center - Exhibit & Imax Film
May 7, 2017 
Ticket prices *
$55.00 Adults 16-64
$49.00 Youth 6-15
$45.00 Child 3-5
$52.00 Senior 65+
*YVC Students contact Larson Gallery for discount information and form.

Bus leaves YVC Lot G (Faculty/Staff) at 6:45am. Imax at 10:30am, Exhibit entrance at 12:30pm. Leaves Seattle at 4pm.

Tickets must be purchased from the Larson Gallery by April 14. Limited seating.

Experience Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor, a one-of-a-kind exhibition premiering at Pacific Science Center in Seattle for a limited five-month run in spring of 2017 and featuring artifacts from the first imperial dynasty of China. The expansive collective of terracotta statues—including soldiers, civil officials, and entertainers—at the burial complex of China’s First Emperor is awesome in its scope. Pull them apart, however, and each individual statue tells its own piece of the story of the culture, craft, and science of one of history’s most monumental endeavors.
May 20th, 10 am - 4 pm
Free donuts and coffee in the Gallery starting at 9 am
Following what has become a popular, beautiful, and educational tradition, Larson Gallery Guild once again invites you to "Living with Art" the 18th annual Tour of Artists' Homes and Studios. The tour will take place on May 20, 2017, from 10 am to 4 pm and will feature five homes/studios of artists and one home of a prolific art collector.
This year promises to be an amazing year. The ever-popular artists, Leo Adams, has agreed to open his home/studio for the tour. His reputation is widely known; his work widely purchased. Other artists are Bernadette Crider, porcelain artists; Carolyn Nelson, sculptress, and painter; Pamela Searcy, bronze work and painter; and new to our classifications - "industrial artist" Nate Monick. His wood and metal works are crafted in his shop, Atlas and Cedar. His first big installation was Cowiche Canyon Kitchen. In addition, we present the large collection of artworks at the beautiful home of "quilt" artist, Ann Stohl.
Each artist will present items for sale. Not only do you see the work, you meet the artist in their milieu. Each "host" artist has invited a few other artists to display and sell their items, so the tour is an opportunity to see and purchase from a variety of artists.
Tickets ($20.00 and $5.00 for students) may be purchased at the Larson Gallery, Yakima Bindery, and OH! Oak Hollow Gallery and Frames. The ticket book contains directions to each tour stop allowing you to proceed as you wish.

YVC Visiting Lecturer

Dr. Matthew Altman

“Maya Lin’s Aesthetic”

Parker Room in Deccio

April 20, 2017; 6 pm

Dr. Altman is Associate Professor and Chair of the Philosophy & Religious Studies Department at Central Washington University. He earned his BA from Albion College in 1994 and his Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Chicago in 2001. He will talk about the work of Maya Lin, recent recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and interpret it through the lens of Martin Heidegger's philosophy of art.

Jane Alynn & M R McDonald
April 1-29, 2017
Voyages featuring
Richard Nicksic and Cheryl LaFlamme
Opening Reception May 7th, 1-4 pm


Ready, set, art! Tieton Arts & Humanities' annual call for small artwork is now open. Now in its 8th year, 10x10x10xTieton asks artists from all over the world to submit works no larger than 10 inches x 10 inches x 10 inches. There are no media restrictions, but works must be original and made within the previous three years.

All exhibited works are published in a fully illustrated, hand bound exhibition catalogue, made right here in Tieton. Every accepted artists gets one free copy. 


Lloyd Herman, Founding Director, Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Gia Hamilton, Director, Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans


June 16: Submission Deadline

June 26: Artists Notified

August 12: Opening Reception

August 12 - October 8: Exhibition

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