Koch Gallery

The Koch Gallery at VCA offers new gallery exhibits every other month, from two or three artists to group shows and solo exhibits. The Koch (pronounced “kah-sh”) Gallery shows work in a wide range of media and subject matter including paintings, sculpture, mixed media, photography, wood, glass, ceramics and fiber. The Koch Gallery encourages proposals for group shows and installations. Artists exhibiting in the Gallery hail from Vashon Island and throughout the Northwest. VCA shows work by professional artists and once a year showcases emerging artist/artists.

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Gallery hours:
Monday-Friday 10-5
Saturday Noon-5
Closed on Sundays and holidays.

Artist’s Talk First Friday at 5:30 pm

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April 2018

QMP25 – Quartermaster Press 25th Anniversary Retrospective

April 6 - May 25
The Koch Gallery, 19600 VASHON HIGHWAY SW
Vashon, WA 98070 United States
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Quartermaster Press Studio celebrates its 25th Anniversary with a retrospective exhibition that includes the printed works of 31 past and present members. April 6 through May 25, 2018 at Koch Gallery at Katherine L White Hall. Printing is an infinitely expanding art form, embodying creativity, experimentation, and inventiveness. This is the colorful local story of a small group of artists learning to monoprint in a potting shed at Quartermaster Harbor in 1993. Today, 25 years later, Quartermaster Press Studio is…

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June 2018

Landscapes

June 1 - June 29
The Koch Gallery, 19600 VASHON HIGHWAY SW
Vashon, WA 98070 United States
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Ted Kutscher / oil painting Janice Wall / pastel Terry Donnelly / photography Eddy Radar / acrylic painting Jon-Eric Schafer / ceramics Michael D. Maher / water color Rose Belknap / oil painting

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In Your Face: Portraits of Bold Women – Kate Thompson

June 1 - June 29
Katherine L. White Hall, 19600 VASHON HIGHWAY SW
Vashon, WA 98070 United States
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Kate Thompson Artist Statement:   What started out as an attempt to become a better painter while not filling up my house with stored canvases became something larger when a good friend passed on. At the memorial, her portrait — one I had done years earlier — was hung. Who had painted it was fairly irrelevant; what struck me was that it had become a legacy object for an amazing person. Something that helped keep her with us. We live…

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