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PERMANENT ART

The south side of the Lynnwood Convention Center. Christmas lights adorn the inside of the building.
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Spectra

“Spectra”, by local artist Doug Hansen, stands 35 feet tall and is created from an array of steel, fused glass and fiber optics. This unique art piece is located just outside the Convention Center on the corner of 36th Ave. and 196th St. SW.
A large multi-colored floor. The floor is next to large, open windows. The hallway extends past the terra-pixel.
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Terrapixel

Just inside the 1st level entrance, guests can step onto Rick Mullarky’s interactive floor “Terrapixel” a 64-glass tile installation, generating a light display, commemorating the Convention Center’s state of the art design.

ROTATING ART

The Lynnwood Convention Center and Acorn Studios are working together to display art from local artists throughout the Convention Center. The mediums vary from painting, photography, and mixed media to contemporary quilting. The exhibitions are rotated twice a year and with each installation there is an Artist Reception where the artists can talk about their work and answer questions from the public.

The public is welcome to come and view the current art exhibits during Convention Center regular business hours, Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. The art exhibit can be viewed in the evenings and on weekends when the building is open for events.

Artists' Reception

Join us for our bi- annual Artists' Reception. This free event, open to the public, is a great opportunity to meet the featured artists while enjoying complimentary house-made appetizers and a no-host bar.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Current Exhibit


"Contemporary Northwest Landscapes"

exhibit shows January 2020 through June 2020

View the full show and read about the Featured Artists by clicking on the Artists below. If you are interested in purchasing any of the art you can email anmorgan@mac.com.
A painting of the water front on a long sandy beach.  Driftwood stnads in teh forground as the sane streches behind it.  A green mountain rises in the distance on a partly cloudy day. Deborah Barten
A painting the forest.  Thick with trees, the narrow piece of light hits a fallen trunk overgrown wiht young plants.  Ferns cover the forest floor.  The painting is covered by geometric circles and a large plus sign. David Bellerd
A waterscape painting with hundreds of white birds.  Red Reeds and green bushes are in the foreground and behind the water. Chaim Bezalel & Yonnah Ben Levy
A painting of a desert landscape with bare trees surrounded by dark brush.  The bare hillside is int eh background. Mark Callen
A painting looking down a street towards a pedestrian bridge as tall trees grow on either side diminishing the sunlight trying to break through above. J Reynolds Dail
A abstract painting showing a mountain top with various landscape features in the foreground. Trisha Gilmore
Dark black and purple roots cut through the entire piece surrounded by colors of white, pink and yellow. Fen Hsu
A painting of a dark blue sky with a large cloud billowing up.  The ground is a field of golden straw. Vicki Johnson
A painting of the view from a mountain top of the blue sea speckled with lots of small green islands. Meg Kaczyk
A photograph of the forest in the fall.  The trees are partly bare with yellow an brown leaves.  The narrow path is covered with fallen leaves and the Sonya Lang
The blue sky in this photo covers mush of the art piece.  The rolling hills have been plowed creating dark and light brown lines in the fields. Tara McDermott
A painting of a dried river bed.  The cracks of the cry earth are exposed along with coral and dried vegetation. Judith Rayl
A painting of a snowy mountain top with a hiker tied to a red line. Bonnie Smerdon
A paingint of a large fir tree covered in yellow moss. Suze Woolf

Call For Art


To apply to display your artwork at the Lynnwood Convention Center, please complete the art submission form. Please email anmorgan@mac.com with questions.
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