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Yakima Maker Space is pleased to present artist Tim Hull. Mr. Hull was born and raised in Yakima, and grew up enjoying outdoor adventures with his family: Skiing, camping, hiking and hunting. Tim developed a love for the Pacific Northwest and especially the Yakima River watershed. He dreamed of cataloging the rich diversity of the individual valleys that make up the Yakima Valley. Tim started his photographic journey in high school with a small film camera borrowed from his Dad. Now digital technology has given him the tools to realize his dream. Tim lives in Yakima with his wife Shelly and works in Yakima’s vibrant fruit industry.
“Leaves in the Stream” is a collection of images portraying the beauty, culture and people of the Yakima Valley. When I started my photographic journey of capturing the Valley, I wanted to show distinct tributaries like the Naches or the Teanaway rivers or Ahtanum Creek. I came to realize that my vision had to include not just places but people and the mosaic of life that makes the Valley what it is. After experiencing a creative moment along Satus Creek with real leaves flowing down a real current, I had my inspiration!
Please join for the - Artist Reception
Saturday - October, 7th 2017 from 6:00 - 9:00 - Artist talk will start at 7:00 pm
Public Gallery Hours are Saturdays 10 am - 2 pm
"Leaves In the Stream" will be showing for the whole month of October.
Artist Open Call
Yakima Maker Space Gallery is now hosting monthly art showing at our downtown Yakima location. And we are looking for on going artist's submission. This is an open call to all Pacific Northwest with a focus on central Washington and Yakima artists.
Please submit: Artist Resume or C.V., with a brief Artist Bio (500 words or less), and sample images of the work you would like to showcase. You should include a image sample sheet of work: e.g. title, images file name, size, medium, year created, description. Images sample should be 1920 X 1920 pixels in .jpg format and be labeled with artist’s first initial and last name followed by a number. (example: mduchamp_01.jpg, mduchamp_02.jpg, etc.)All submissions must represent the actual artwork as closely as possible.
*Video, music, submissions should be provided as links to youtube, vimeo, or other hosting service(sorry we just don’t have the bandwidth).
Please Submit by email to: email@example.com - Subject: Art Submission
For any questions please contact Johnathan Heath Lambe at email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject title "Artist Call Questions"