"Tiny Adventures" by Corey Skillman @ Trabant Coffee
Trabant Coffee & the Seattle Arts Coalition present:
The Art of Corey Skillman, featuring miniature angry animals, fantastical starscapes, pop culture vignettes, and more! Help Corey fund her European adventure by buying some tiny, adorable art!
Friday, 19 June from 6-9pm
Friday, 17 July from 6-9pm
Showing through 31 July
"Goddess: The Divine Feminine" @ Gargoyles
We are excited to welcome the Summer Solstice with an amazing group of northwest Artists celebrating the Goddess in Her myriad forms!
Valerie Herron, Heidi Estey, Laura Tempest Zakroff, Lisa Noble, Lis Wright Ivec, Braden Duncan, Dani Bissontte, Rebecca Sargent, and Roger Wheeler will present paintings, sculpture, prints, and more!
Please join us at 7:00 pm for a special "invocation" by author and artist Rebecca Sargent from her Book of Goddesses!
Mike VanderWerff @ Cafe Allegro
We have a special art exhibit this month. Our own Mike VanderWerff in conjunction with The People's Harm Reduction Alliance created this amazing comic about Narcan. Mike is a man of many talents and his ability to tell an important story through his drawings will help save many lives. Thanks Mike and PHRA for being amazingly caring humans, we're proud to be a part of your family.
Erica Nordean & Derek Gundy @ University Business Center
Acrylic and watercolor paintings
May 11 through July 10th
Erica Nordean is an accomplished artist working in acrylic. Many of her images are horses and the work is stunning. It's big and bold, vibrant and brave. She is fearless, treading a fine line between abstract and figurative work. Other images, while intense, have a depth and sweetness to them. The eye is fascinated.
Derek Gundy is also a professional artist. His work is smart and clever. The watercolor "Amy's Wine House" is the perfect example. Derek's skill with painting light creates a great deal of movement in his acrylic paintings. Wonderful!
Monday through Friday 9am - 9pm
Saturdays 9am - 1pm
"False Nature" by Baso Fibonacci & Jean Nagai @ Moksha
On June 19th we present False Nature: the artwork of Jean Nagai and Baso Fibonacci. These are two prolific Northwest artists who’s styles are strong and unmistakable. Both artists styles are built upon their consistent use of brush work. Jean primarily works with a basic color pallet and build compositions with repetitive dots while Baso uses bright colors and uses fine brush strokes to create vibrant compositions. By bringing these two together we explore the essence of style: how it originates, how it evolves and how it’s defined. Join us June 19th to meet the artists and discuss style.
Drinks, music and good times will be serve.
Music by DJ SLUGBAIT