Earline E. Alstonwww.ArtPal.com/earlinealston
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A Seattle resident since 1966, Alston became a self-taught, impressionistic landscape Artist after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke in 2014. Inspired by the Pacific Northwest terrain, Alston’s landscapes are stylized, anthropomorphic and ethereal. Colors, shapes, detailed patterns and textures continuously morph, creating movement and multiple perspectives.
Alston’s awards and recognitions include, 1st Place, Gallery Onyx, 2018 and Honorable Mention, Shoreline Community Art Festival, 2015. In 2017, Alston’s “Spirit in Nature” collection received two art reviews by The Seattle Times. Alston’s exhibit history includes: Northwest African American Museum, Harborview Medical Center, Bellevue Art Museum, Seattle Art Museum sponsored by Washington State Brain Injury Alliance (BIAWA).
Art Exhibit History:
Onyx Fine Art Gallery
2017 - Present
Bellevue Art Museum with Washington State Brain Injury Alliance, 2017 and 2020
Seattle Art Museum with Washington State Brain Injury Alliance 2019
Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, Washington, 2016
Northwest African-American Museum (NAAM), Seattle, Washington, 2017
Magnuson Park Gallery, 2017
ERA Living Galleries, 2017 - 2018
Shoreline Community Art Festival, 2015 - 2019
Awards and Reviews:
1st Place "Autumn Showers" Onyx 13th Annual Exhibit, 2018
Honorable Mention, Shoreline Art Festival, 2015,
-Seattle Times Review, Jan 20, 2017, Onyx 13th Annual Exhibit
-Seattle Times, May 5, 2017, Solo Exhibit, NW African American Museum
Spirit in Nature Collection