Arts of the Terrace

The Mountlake Terrace Art Commissioners and Friends of the Arts are proud to present the 42nd Annual Arts of the Terrace Juried Art Show. This year’s show features over 300 pieces of artwork from 127 artists across 5 categories including Paintings, Prints, Drawings, Calligraphy, Photography, Miniatures, 3-Dimensional, and Artisans’ Works. All artwork is for sale!

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Show Hours

Show Hours

Saturday, September 24th – Saturday October 1st, 2022

Monday – Thursday: 12:00pm – 6:00pm
Friday – Saturday: 11:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Mountlake Terrace Library 23300 58th Ave W, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

For Artists: Pick-up of Artwork is on Sunday, October 2nd from 11am-4pm

Art Show Jurors (Hover over images for Bios)

Paintings, Prints, Drawings and Miniatures

Angela Bandurka

Angela was born in British Columbia, Canada, and comes from a multi-generational family of passionate artists. Her Grandmother was one of her most influential mentors and helped shape Angela’s future as a painter. Drawing and painting since she was a small child, Angela completed her first commissioned portrait at 15. After many years as a Graphic Artist and Art Director for companies like Costco, RealNetworks, and Garrigan Lyman, Angela started painting and instructing full-time in 2008.

Named one of Southwest Art Magazine’s Artists to Watch in July 2019, her award-winning work has been exhibited in shows throughout North America. She is a Master Signature Member of the International Society of Acrylic Painters (ISAP), Elected Artist Member of the American Artists Professional League, a member of the National Oil & Acrylic Painters’ Society (NOAPS), and the National Society of Painters in Casein & Acrylic (NSPCA). Angela is currently represented by Cole Gallery in Edmonds, WA. www.angelabandurka.com


Kayako Mae

Kayako grew up in Osaka, Japan. The concrete jungle of Osaka is surrounded by a vista of mountains and ocean that transforms each season in color, texture, and even in shape. Inspired by her mother, who let her use her Nikon F1 camera, Kayako began her journey into photography at the age of 10.

Kayako’s motto in photography is “kannon,” which is Japanese for “watching the sound” She seeks to capture images that evoke sounds, whether human or natural.

Kayako does commercial, food, and fine art photography, and is the owner of k.mae studio. http://www.kmaestudio.com



3-Dimensional & Artisans’ Works

Michael Magrath

Reflecting early years in the building trades, Magrath brings a practical, craftsman like approach to sculptural work. Coming up at a time when figurative sculpture was not widely practiced or taught, he built his practice in a number of rich sculptural environments, including Reed College, London, Rome, and the Florence Academy of Art, ultimately earning his MFA at the University of Washington in Seattle.   He has taught at the Art Academy of London and was an instructor in Sculpture and Public Art at UW for 7 years.  He has been teaching drawing and sculpture at Gage Academy since 2004 and directs the Magrath Atelier a multiyear sculpture intensive at Gage Academy of Art in Seattle.  His approach is thus a fusion between traditional observational technique and contemporary conceptual concerns.

Magrath has received numerous awards and commissions, including the 1998 IFRAA Best Religious Art, the 2008 ARC Salon Best Sculpture Award and the UW Medal of Honor Memorial in 2007.  Recent clients include Microsoft, Dwayne and Terese Clarke, and the City of Seattle. www.magrathsculpture.com.


Jocelyn Curry

Jocelyn Curry, a native Seattleite, is a career calligrapher and illustrator who appreciates the broad variety of artwork now included under the category of “Calligraphy.” Her own training in historical styles began in 1984 and within a few years she was accepting commissions and branching out into non-traditional, expressive calligraphic work. For many years she worked with graphic designers and greeting card companies to create lettering and illustrations for applied use. In judging the work of her colleagues and students of calligraphy at all levels, she looks for interest or meaning in the work through choice of letterforms, media, careful crafting, and strong design be it quiet or bold. www.jocelyncurry.com