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Parvaneh Angus, photography. Themes explored in the show include colors, shapes, and observations of people experiencing private emotions in public spaces. Selected from the artist's travels.
Another Year. Another Great Beer. Help us kick off the first day of Seattle Beer Week with a look at Label art from 5 years of commemorative brews, including work from Corinne McNielly of Elysian Brewing. Also featuring photography of past SBW events by Rawi Nanakul.
"In Place" features paintings of impressions, memories and dreams of the Northwest landscape by artist Hisham Mishalani. 6 - 8p.
TENTACLES! an art show with guest curator, Bonnie Burton.Dedicated to the love of all those slimy squiggly things! From Cthulhu and Krakens to the lovable octopus, and everything in between, this art show promises to fill your obsession with all things tentacle! Over 40 artists. 6 - 9p.
LINE POWER: Seven local artists explore the element of line and reveal a bit of their process. See comics, etchings, sketches and character designs by some of this regions most compelling illustrators. Refreshments will be served.6 - 10p
Sculptures by Phoenix Chicken using bike parts,and photography by participants in the Youth in Focus program.
Spring Open House featuring new art by Tisa Pickering. "Good People Never Die" is made of oil and watercolor paintings, found objects, embossed paper, and a photo. With self-deprecating humor these works explore process, value, representation, and preservation.
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Dan Shafer, a local graphic designer, artist and educator at Cornish, will be showing an interactive work titled: Un/Certainty.
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CLOUD GALLERY 1st year anniversary celebration and art exhibit honoring Thundercloud and featuring works by local artists Thundercloud, Owen Connell, Jameson Hubbard, Javier S. Ortega and Elizabeth Beronich Sheets. Music by DJ KOBALT and special guest musicians. 5 - 10p.
Layering upon the simplicity of tradition: DAVIE DAVE's collages of many layers mix 100-year-old Sumi ink paintings with images of the artist's newest collection. These represent how simplification via technology actually increase life's complications. Compare and contrast the techniques of Sumi masters to contemporary paint layering at the artist's studio.
Original paintings, carvings, sculptures and new works in glass using recycled materials.
Brandon Vosika creates his mixed media art primarily from recycled and re purposed supplies. He draws his inspiration from early 20th century films, jazz and lemko music. His characters are incredibly complex and special.Champagne reception 5-10p.
Night Terrors: a group show curated by Izzie Klingels. Night Terrors explores the relationship between creativity and terror through abnormal and unnatural behaviour in the night. Featuring artists from Seattle, New York, Oakland, Denver and more.
Spinning Yarns: Photographic Storytellers, curated by Anne Leighton Massoni and Libby Rowe. Artists in this exhibition utilize aspects of storytelling and open narrative to impart their tale.
Imagine canvas literally upended that is both painting and sculpture and you’ll begin to envision the work of artist Christopher Balder from the Stallman Studio + Gallery currently on display at SHERIDAN + COMPANY. Hand painted strips of canvas curled up and placed on edge create a 3D picture that plays with gradations in color and shadow and evoke cellular inspiration. Offering 20% off storewide and wine during Blitz.
Rough Draft Exploration features the sketches, mockups and studies of a diverse group of artists. The exhibit focuses on the aesthetic energy in these preparatory works showing the artists taking chances developing form and content.
Mark Randell, figurative works.
Jessica Paul-Jones, mixed ink/acrylic. Grain Girls and Square Series are two of the artist's latest collections of work. Focusing on the contrast between loose, layered backgrounds and bold, crisp foregrounds, the work explores the use of expressive silhouettes largely inspired by current fashion photography.
Group art show with works by 15 artists starting at 6p, plus music performances starting at 8p.
Benjamin Percy reads from his novel "Red Moon" a literary political novel about lycanthropes.
Robert Riley's portraits and Landscapes depict 1950's Americana. Artist Reception 6-9p.
SugarPill will be featuring new work by local painter Harold Hollingsworth.
Greg Boudreau, 7 panels in his series on cityscapes. Each painting is a laborious process involving multiple layers of hand-cut stencils and aerosol paint, created from manipulated photographs taken by the artist.
Featuring our tattoo artists. The work is acrylic, mixed media and reflects the artist's joys and gloomy feelings.
Broadway Market welcomes Betty Sander and her exhibition "Psychedelic Phantasm" to the Broadway Market Gallery. This historic artist is a permanent residing artist at The Kinsey Institute.
The Stoker, an exhibition of silkscreens and paintings by New York artist Erik Hougen Erik Hougen, was influenced by the book Amerika by Franz Kafka, who wrote the book about America without ever visiting. A resident of Brooklyn, New York, Hougen has never been to Seattle. Based purely on his imagination, he constructed a fragmented narrative about a journey to Seattle. Paintings are based on KEXP radio advertisements, imagined terrain of the Pacific Northwest, along with scenes from Kafka's novel.
East Olive Way
Wine tasting until 8p. Stop in during the art walk.
WE ARE CLOSE: Mixed media, painting and collage by Kathy Liao. Through vividly rendered portraits, the artist explores her (and our) most important relationships: expressions of self, family, and close friends in familiar settings.
Jesse Link, mixed media. Seattle artist Jesse Link presents a fresh collection of vivid mixed media paintings. Also huge jewelry & mini art sale with up to 30% off many items.
Assemblage artist Brian White works with found and discarded objects to encapsulate certain emotions and moments in time.
Free admission during Blitz! 5 - 9p. Legends, Tales, Poetry: Visual Narrative in Japanese Art. Scrolls, screens, prints, photographs, lacquer work, ceramics, and textiles are telling examples of the rich visual portrayals in Japanese art from the 13th to the 21st century.
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