• Review of my show Making Presence Known in Jan/Feb 2017 issue of Art Ltd. Magazine

    Amanda Manitach wrote a beautiful review of my November show at Bridge Productions Gallery!

  • Review in the Stranger
    Deeply moved to be features along side many other fantastic shows currently up in Seattle in Jen Graves article Art After Trump

  • Making Presence Known
    Solo show at Bridge Productions Gallery in Seattle WA
    9 November- 3 December
    Opening Reception 12 November

    A Catalogue of the show is available through Bridge Productions Gallery

  • Exciting News
    I am very pleased to announce that I am now represented by Bridge Productions, Seattle Wa.

    Along with a Julie Alpert, Tim Cross, Sue Danielson, Dave Kennedy and Kat Larson.

  • Review in the Seattle Times
    Gary Faigin wrote a lovely review of Brian and my show at i.e gallery

  • Emily Gherard and Brian Cypher at i.e. gallery

    i.e. gallery
    5800 Cains Court
    Edison WA 98232

    August 28th-October 4th 2015

    Opening Reception Sunday August 30th, 2-5pm

  • Drawn to Scale a Group Exhibition

    Studio e Gallery
    August 8th-September 5th 2015
    Opening Reception August 8th, 6-9pm

    Artists:
    Brian Cypher
    Sue Danielson
    Warren Dyeman
    Emily Gherard
    Robert Hardgrave

  • Off to Wyoming for Jentel Artist Residency Program

    I will be at the Jentel Artist Residency from June 15th- July 13th!

  • GAP GRANT!!!!!!!

    After years of applying I am thrilled to received a Gap Grant from Artist Trust.

  • Until the Well Runs Dry at Calypte Gallery

    One day show at Calypte Gallery
    April 9th: Opening and Closing Reception from 5:30- 9:30

  • The Duwamish Residency: Process and Artifacts at Gallery 4Culture
    March 5 – March 26, 2015
    Opening: 1st Thursday, March 5, 6:00PM – 8:00 PM

    The Duwamish Residency: Process and Artifacts is a group exhibition featuring twelve notable local artists who together comprise the Duwamish Artist Residency. Since summer 2012, these artists have gathered together to learn, experience and create along the shores of the Duwamish River. Guest curated by Sharon Arnold, this exhibition offers a beautifully distilled collection of visual interpretations of the river and its environs.

    More more information

  • from IT IS CALLED JOY at Violet Strays

    A collaboration of poetry and drawings by writer CL Young and visual artist Emily Gherard on view January 16 - 29, 2015 at the online gallery Violet Strays.

    Violet Strays is an online exhibition space co-founded and curated by artist, Serrah Russell and Alyssa Volpigno.

    Each exhibition on Violet Strays is created specifically and exclusively for the Violet Strays site and is on display for two weeks. At the end of the exhibition, the work is removed from the site entirely. As in a physical gallery, one must see the show during its duration.

  • The Intimate Humanness of Rocks and Walls: Q and A with Emily Gherard an interview with Erin Langer

    Erin somehow made my ramblings sound coherent in this interview she did for New American Paintings.

  • Participating in the Pecha Kucha talk at the MoNA called Look Here

    Friday, February 20th, 6-8pm at the Museum of Northwest Art

  • Makers Podcast

    I am supper excited and honored to have had the chance to chat with David Hytone for his Makers Podcast

    You can here our two part conversation in Episode 5 and Episode 7

  • EMILY GHERARD, KIMBERLY TROWBRIDGE & STEPHANIE PIERCE at Blindfold Gallery

    Opening Reception:
    Thursday, October 9, 2014 -- 6pm to 9pm
    On display: Oct 9 - Nov 8, 2014

    For more information

  • To Be Alone Together at Museum of Northwest Art

    Exhibition Date: October 4, 2014 to January 4, 2015
    Reception Date: Saturday, October 4, 2014 - 2:00pm
    Curator(s): Shelly Leavens
    Emma Jane Levitt
    To Be Alone Together is an exhibition co-curated by artist Emma Jane Levitt and curator Shelly Leavens, through the Dana and Toni Ann Rust Curatorial Fellowship at MoNA. The exhibition pairs eleven contemporary Northwest artists with eleven works from the MoNA's permanent collection. The contemporary artists will be asked to respond to a chosen piece in the collection and to create new work based on that response.

    Artists: Nathan Braunfeld, Paul Horiuchi; Emily Gherard, Mark Tobey; Aaron Haba, Clayton James; Allyson Klutenkamper, Mary Randlett; Paul Komada, Doris Chase; Emma Jane Levitt, Jeremy Lepisto; Tomo Nakayama, Leo Kenney; Wendy Orville, Norie Sato; Michelle Peñaloza, Barbara Straker James; Clyde Petersen, Wesley Wehr; Joe Freeman, Michael Spafford

  • Five Nights of Genius - Visual Art Showcase at the Frye Art Museum

    Hosted by Jen Graves, featuring Glenn Rudolph, Emily Gherard, C Davida Ingram

    Part of Five Nights of Genius, a series of conversations featuring every one of the nominees for the 2014 Stranger Genius Awards. Moderated by Stranger arts editors, these promise to be the best parties this summer!

    Wednesday, September 3, 2014
    5:30 - 8:15 pm

    Get Tickets here

  • Stranger 2014 Genius Award Nominee in Art

    I am shocked to be one of this years Stranger Genius Nominees!

    Here is an article that Jen Graves wrote about each of the three nominees in art.

  • Panel Discussion at University of Puget Sound: "What Makes its Presence Known: Emily Gherard, Helen O'Toole, and Josephine Halvorson

    Professor Elise Richman will moderate this panel discussion with local painters Emily Gherard, Helen O’Toole, and visiting artist in residence Josephine Halvorson. The artists will discuss how memory, tactility, and empathy, inform the layered, distinctly time-based process of painting.

    March 26th
    4pm
    University of Puget Sound, Trimble Forum

  • Top 10 Works of Art
    Thrilled with this mention in The Stranger

  • Incommensurable Things
    Russell Day Gallery, Everett, WA
    Two person show with Stephanie Peirce and Emily Gherard
    September 25- October 25th 2013

  • Duwamish River Artist Residency Show at NSCC

    Group Show at North Seattle Community College: 9600 College Way North

    PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:
    Ethan Bickel, Chris Crites, Sue Danielson, Linda Davidson, Jessica Dodge, Emily Gherard, Robert Hardgrave, David Kane, Steve MacFarlane, Gene Gentry McMahon, Fiona McGuigan, and Juliet Shen.

  • Wherever Green Is Worn
    New Drawings by Emily Gherard
    Francine Seders Gallery, Seattle WA
    Upstairs Gallery

    Sept 19th-Oct 12

    Opening Reception
    September 22nd
    2-4pm

  • Interview with Joey Veltkamp for the 2013 Neddy at Cornish, made by the The Reel Grrls

    Watch Video Here

  • Neddy at Cornish 2013 Finalists

    The four finalists for the 2013 Neddy in Painting are Emily Gherard, Seattle, WA; Andrea Heimer, Ferndale, WA; Matthew Offenbacher, Seattle, WA; and Robert Yoder, Seattle, WA.

    The four finalists for the Neddy in Open Medium (any medium or combination of media grounded in the visual arts) are Julie Alpert, Seattle, WA; Victoria Haven, Seattle, WA; Jack Daws, Seattle, WA; and Dan Webb, Seattle, WA

    All finalists will participate in studio visits by an arts professional from outside the region, who will determine the 2013 awardees. Two of the artists, one in each category, will receive the 2013 Neddy at Cornish unrestricted awards of $25,000 each.

    All finalists will receive $1,000 each and participate in the 2013 Neddy at Cornish exhibition, September 4 through October 19, 2013, in the Main Gallery at Cornish College of the Arts.

    The 2013 Neddy at Cornish finalists were chosen by a panel of three arts professionals, Luis Croquer, Davida Ingram and Adam Sorenson.

  • Tenses of Landscape
    Group show at Fine Arts Center Gallery, at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville AK.
    September 27th through November 2nd 2012

  • Duwamish Art Residency 2012
    Eight day art residency along the Duwamish River in Seattle, WA.

    Participating Artists: Ethan Bickel, Sue Danielson, Linda Davidson, Jessica Dodge, Emily Gherard, Robert Hardgrave, David Kane, Steve Macfarlane, Fiona McGuigan, and Gene Gentry McMahon

  • New Work by Emily Gherard
    Francine Seders Gallery
    6701 Greenwood Avenue North
    Seattle, WA 98103

    February 10 - March 4, 2012
    Opening Reception: Sunday, February 12, 2-4 pm
    http://www.sedersgallery.com/

  • MATERIAL WITNESS
    Shircliff Gallery
    Vincennes University, Vincennes IN
    September 2011

    A group show featuring the work of Emily Gherard, Abe Storer, Erika Hess, John Berry and Aron Wehr.