MARK YOUR CALENDARS​,   ARTIST RECEPTION FEBRUARY 21ST

All of our in house artists will be here from 5 to 8 pm on February 21st.  Get your plane tickets, clear your calendars, stay tuned for details. We will have good food, sparkling cider, and all the latest pieces produced by Brad Anderson, (he's flying in from Afghanistan, probably the longest traveler) Trevor Anderson, Laura Gable, Nathan Robles, MaryAnn Free Smith, Deborah Watkins and me. It is our biggest event yet.  

MARYANN FREE SMITH WATERCOLOR CLASS

FEBRUARY 22, 2020, 1 pm to 3 pm

The watercolor class will be taught in the Neva Scott Art Gallery located at 511 Lee Blvd in Richland, Washington.  

 Stop by yo register for the class during gallery hours noon to 6 pm Monday, through Saturday

 or call Neva Scott 509.946.4478 or 509.531.9420 

The class fee is $50.00. All supplies will be provided. The class runs officially from 1 pm to 3 pm

 but we'll be here to help until  5 pm if you need more time to finish.

MaryAnn Free Smith graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in Fine Art. 

She has won numerous awards and exhibited her work from LA to New York.  

It is an honor to have her fly in to share her amazing skills with us. 

  

On the day, December 23, 2019

Jay Hollick, an art instructor from Denver, and his mother, Irene Heurkens, came into the gallery today and I invited them to doodle on our wall.  Here here they are, busy with with their fine point Sharpies, creating right on the wall. We are unveiling the doodle wall in January and leaving it in place for an indeterminate amount of time. . 

WHA​T'S ​COMING UP​

Our festive and whimsical Holiday Art show will remain in place through December 31st.  

On JANURARY  5th, The Gallery will re-open with a a delightful Spring show.

We will unveil our doodle wall that local artists have been creating for weeks,

 (imagine how fun it's been to be invited to scribble on the gallery walls.... )

We have prints of Alicia Tormey's exquisite encaustic florals

And new work by Laural Gable, DS Watkins, MaryAnn Free Smith, Nathan Robles, Trevor Anderson and Neva Scott.  


JANUARY GALLERY SHOW 

opens sometime in January, stay tuned for updates

FEATURING SPRING COLORS AND

PRINTS OF ALICIA TORMEI'S 

EXQUISITE ENCAUSTICS

 


 


FEBRUARY SHOW

 

Opening on Saturday, February 2, 

featuring baseball art from guest artist Gary Davis of Wakefield, Massachusetts, (more bio information forthcoming) Trevor Anderson, Brad Anderson, Melissa Anderson, Ron Maxfield and Neva Scott from here in the Tri Cities. 

Mark your calendars for an artist reception for artist Brad Anderson, who will be just returning from Afganistan. 

February 21, 2019.












What the heck!!!! Santa walked in the door today, November 16, 2019.  I asked him what he was doing in the neighborhood.  "Just checking up on you, Neva," he replied.  He also thought our gallery was the coolest place EVER. Which was a very fine compliment coming from the toy man himself.

He hung out for a bit and wanted to sign the guest book.  I asked him where he was from.

"Ho, ho ho," replied, "You KNOW where I live!" 

Oh, yeah, silly me, I'd thought for a minute he was just somebody  playing dress up>... duh.....

COMING IN OCTOBER, ONE WOMAN SHOW, NEVA SCOTT, ALLIED ARTS​​

PLASTIC?  Yes. Plastic, re-purposed, re-imagined, re-appreciated, found, salvaged, rescued, saved from landfills, oceans, beaches, playroom floors, and turned into art. Is it any more outrageous than Marcel Duchamp's sideways urinal? More colorful, at least... this is the art you should be seeing on pediatric dentist walls, in doctors offices, childcare facilities and in the homes of daring collectors of art. 

ART IN THE PARK WEEKEND, JULY 26, 27, 2019


Nath​an ​Robles



Neva Scott Art is a gallery located near the entrance to the charming and historic Parkway in Richland, Washington.

 Just a block from the beautiful Columbia River and Howard Amon Park, we showcase fine art created by local artists

 and artists with ties to the TriCities. The gallery opened for business in late June, 2019.  

We were overwhelmed with a warm response from the community at our 

     Grand Opening on July 12.