Dick & Jane's Spot
What is this place: Art for the heart, from the heart, in the heart of Washington. Dick & Jane’s Spot is an art site and our home.
Richard C. Elliott
With industrial grade reflectors I explore light, color and radiant imagery to create reflective paintings in the studio and reflective murals for public art commissions.
Jane Orleman
The focus of my painting is the exploration of psychological reality through symbolic narrative imagery. It is a spiritual pilgrimage, a Soul Journey.

Number of visitors since February 2004

Spring 2015

A special exhibit this year–Dick's retrospective this Summer.

PRIMAL OP: THE ART AND LIFE OF RICHARD C. ELLIOTT

June 13th – Oct 4th, 2015

Richard C. Elliott (American, 1945-2008) was a nationally recognized mixed media artist who lived and worked in Ellensburg, Washington. A major retrospective exhibition of Elliott’s work will be presented during the summer of 2015 at the Boise Museum of Art.

Willamette University’s Hallie Ford Museum Director John Olbrantz curated the exhibition featuring a range of prints, drawings, sculptures, reflector paintings, and related ephemera from the past four decades. The exhibition is accompanied by a full-color monograph by Seattle art critic and writer Sheila Farr.

Check out the link posted by the University of Washington's Henry Gallery on the Art of Dick Elliott.

ONE BRUSH STROKE AT A TIME:
The Story of DICK & JANE, a series of stories and newspaper essays written over the past 25 years by John Bennett, is illustrated by photos and artwork and featured on his Hcolom Press website.

Dick Warren created two slideshows of Dick & Jane's Spot – one of the artwork in 2010 and one of the gardens in 2011.