Visual

Painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, screenprinting, photography, architecture, textiles, crafts, and so much more. If you love the visual arts, don’t miss First Fridays, presented by the Downtown Spokane Partnership. Find your new favorite gallery via our interactive art map. 

Artist
Jordan Heidal

I am a self-taught visual artist in Spokane WA. My work is primarily abstract based with influences from the PNW and my life journey. I typically work to portray my journey in a visual way that has never been seen before, making each piece it’s own personal experience for both myself and my audience. I use acrylic paint/ink mediums the most, but am often using a mixed media of paint, pastels, spray paint, and pens. I’m excited to be returning to Spokane and to share my work with a new community. You will often find me creating art on-the-go and collaborating with artists of different practices to discover new ways of expression.

Event: February 26
The Feeling Eye: Art, Empathy and Entanglement

The Visiting Artist Lecture Series presents Contemporary Voices, a lecture and panel featuring Amanda Donnan, chief curator of the Frye Art Museum. Donnan’s talk, The Feeling Eye: Art, Empathy and Entanglement will look at some of the ways contemporary artists are envisioning or catalyzing personal, social, and environmental healing and interdependence. February 26, 4 PM, EWU, Room 116, Art Building, Cheney Campus and February 27, 11:30 AM, SFCC, Building 24, Room 110.

Event: February 27
The Feeling Eye: Art, Empathy, and Entanglement

The Visiting Artist Lecture Series presents Contemporary Voices, a lecture and panel featuring Amanda Donnan, chief curator of the Frye Art Museum. Donnan’s talk, The Feeling Eye: Art, Empathy and Entanglement will look at some of the ways contemporary artists are envisioning or catalyzing personal, social, and environmental healing and interdependence. February 26, 4 PM, EWU, Room 116, Art Building, Cheney Campus and February 27, 11:30 AM, SFCC, Building 24, Room 110.