The Gallery at Shoreline City Hall

1st Floor Lobby: Temporary Art Loans

Mimi Sturman
(above)
The Diminishing Surface of Winter Slips Away Like Teardrops: Mimi Sturman
Large-scale felt sculpture

Mimi Sturman spent two years working on a large-scale installation of felt sculptures, her largest artwork to date, with a footprint of about 90 square feet, that are now installed in the south side of the City Hall lobby. With much of her work involving narrative, Sturman created a contemporary myth about the changing natural world and the melting of polar ice. Two giant squid wear the coats made for them by the local people, the Inuit. The ice is breaking up around them and their possessions are floating away. The underlying message of concern is balanced by the artwork’s beauty and impressive scale.  Read the full press release

The installation is on view Monday through Friday, 9:00 – 5:00, from now until February 28, 2019, when the city’s Public Art Program will host a Closing Celebration from 5:00 – 7:00 pm.  

Known Unknowns: Ken Winnick
Photo collage, 2017-2018

Ken Winnick_Known Unknowns (detail) 2017

(below) Swirling Cherry Peppé
(not pictured) Butterfly: Peppé

   Peppe_Swirling Cherry (002)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2nd and 3rd floor corridors:

Shruti_newsprint

 

 

 

 

 

 

Displacements: Shruti Ghatak

October 18 – January 21
Art Opening, Friday November 9 6:30 - 8:30 at City Hall

Shoreline resident Shruti Ghatak is a practicing artist and educator who exhibited widely in USA and India. She received her MFA from New York Studio School, NYC and her MS in Organic Chemistry (specialized in Color Technology) from Institute of Chemical technology, Mumbai. She has an interdisciplinary background and studied both Science and Art with the belief that crossing boundary sometimes open up new ways of seeing. Read the full Press Release


4th floor corridor:

Selections from the Portable Works Collection

Justin Gibbens_Birds and Bees (Stellar's Jays) 2006

 

"Birds and Bees"
Justin Gibbens

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information or to purchase artwork call David Francis, Public Art Coordinator, at (206) 801-2661.