Acclaimed artist E Grace Dager comes out of pandemic isolation hibernation to present her newest works of Art, Virus; In Second Sight at the Wendt Art Award winning Zamarama Gallery on Colby Avenue between Hewitt Avenue and Wall Street in downtown Everett. The opening event will be on Saturday, September 17th, 2022 at 6:00 PM until the evening ends.
Dager’s inspiration comes from the microscopic views of the virus itself, bubbling up from her unconscious into the abstract forms on her canvass. These unique and amazing pieces will strike wonder into your eyes and mind.
E Grace Dager, who prefers to be called Grace, is a varied, talented, and prolific artist. She rarely shows the same series twice. (See her Bio and description of the presentation for more information.)
Formerly of Seattle, Dager is part of the migration of Seattle artists and gallery owners to more affordable Everett as is Bill Zama, who once had Zamarama Gallery in the Crown Hill neighborhood. Everett is a short commute from Seattle and is becoming an artist’s enclave.
Bill Zama, the proprietor of Zamarama, won the Everett Mayor’s 2022 Wendt Art Award for Arts Entrepreneur, “for growing the cultural vitality of Everett by empowering and promoting local artists.” Zamarama Gallery is located at 2936 Colby Ave, Everett, WA 98201.
There will be entertainment, beverages and snacks. Be prepared to be awed. You will want to buy some art. The exhibit will hang from the third Thursday Everett Art Walk on Sept 15th until November 17th.
For more information contact Bill Zama at 206 245 4239.
New work by E. Grace Dager.
In this new body of work, artist E. Grace Dager explores the hidden realm at our fingertips, and what that might look like if we could see a magnified view. Drawing from her imagination and in preponderance of the changing world, she explores the potential beauty of a deadly pathogen, and comes to terms with that which we can not control, nor eradicate.
Zamarama Gallery, Sept 15 – November 17, Opening September 17
March 2021 Sketches From the Men’s Room JAG Artworks, Everett, WA
Nov 2021 Band of Toy performance in Mezzanine of Gold E Lofts, Artist Loft BnB Everett
Feb 2021 Art Film Festival held at Gold E Lofts, Artist Loft BnB
2017-2020 Gold E Lofts, Artist Loft BnB
2017-2020 Gallery of 33 Stares, curator and artist
March 17, 2016 Black Lab Gallery, Everett Grand Opening
2012-2015 Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) Board member
Grace Dager Biography
Evelyn Grace Dager, who goes by Grace, was born in California in 1962. She has lived in numerous states across the country, choosing the PNW as her home. In 1980 she was a scholarship recipient to the University on Miami for art and writing. She has also attended classes at the Corcoran Gallery School of Art in Washington DC. Dager received her BFA from Cornish College of the Arts in 1989.
Dager has had many ‘one man’ shows and has participated in many group showings.
Dager does not limit expression to painting only and works in video, set design, and performance art. She has appeared and worked in film, including working with the renowned Karl Krogstad. Grace creates recycle art and loves making ‘cut up’ poetry.
E Grace Dager was a Board Member at Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA) from 2012-2015. She has worked at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) and taught art to terminal cancer patients.
E Grace Dager was listed in the 2017: Who’s Who in Visual Art.
Dager currently lives in Everett, Washington. She hosts Gold E Lofts BnB artist loft bed ‘n breakfast and curates the ‘Live Inn Gallery’ (on pause during the pandemic). Gold E Lofts will resume showings during the Third Thursday Everett Art Walk when the pandemic is no longer a concern. Dager currently presents her works at Gallery ’33 Stares leading up to her weekend Little Bo’Teek store.