The Bank Left Gallery

The Art of Nicole Taflinger
"A Retrospective - 60 years of Art"

The Bank Left Gallery's featured artist for April is oil painter Nicole Taflinger. Nicole is well-known for co-founding the NICA Art Gallery in Pullman during the 1970's, and is responsible for starting an art revolution that fused Washington State University with the Pullman community. Most recently Nicole became a well known author when she wrote her book, a memoir, "Season of Suffering". This art exhibit will showcase 60 years of art and will mark her journey as an artist creating an anthology of her work.

Opening reception with the artist April 14th from 1:00pm - 5:00pm
This exhibit will run from April 14th to May 12th

As part of theTaflinger Exhibit and WSU Mom's weekend,
The Bank Left Bistro will have a chocolate tasting on April 14th
during lunch and dinner, and during lunch on April 15th.

For information email us or call 509-878-8425
Exhibit is free to the public

Chocolate tasting $16.00 lunch, dinner $20.00
Reservations required

Nicole Taflinger

For over 25 years, Nicole Taflinger managed the NICA Gallery, encouraged new artists, and exposed the community to a wide diversity of art from the Northwest and throughout the United States. Nicole was born in Vosges, France and came to this country in 1946. She studied at the Chicago Art Institute, and she received her BFA and MFA from Washington State University. Many of her works have been "motivated by nature, particularly wild flowers, representing the joys of growth in the world which surrounds us." Nicole's art is collected world-wide.

The Bank Left Gallery
Fine Art & Design

The Old Bank Building
100 South Bridge Street
PO Box 81
Palouse, WA 99161

Nelson Duran
and Pamela Duran

Thur - Sat, 11:00-5:00
Thur - Sat, 11:30-2:00

Dinners by reservation only