"Goddesses Creating Goddesses" @ Gargoyles Statuary
We will be showing 8 artists - all women! Braden Duncan, Heidi Estey, Dominique Cilento, Lis Wright Ivec, Ronny Beeman, Rebecca Tracy, Gabriela Sugier, and Valerie Herron will be presenting their images of the divine feminine in Her light to dark aspects in various mediums from paintings, woodcuts, and digital art..please join us for this amazing evening!!!
Roger Wheeler @ University Business Center
Roger is a painter and maker of masks, renowned for his long and varied career here in Seattle. He is a true visionary - sees the world in a creative and passionate way. His work is organic in nature, combinining post-modern painting with natural science.Roger's most recent work is true to form - edgy, avant-garde, wonderful.Artist's Reception 6pm - 8pm.
Julia Froese @ Boulevard Grocery
Boulevard Grocery presents:
The art of Julia Froese!
Boulevard Grocery is continuing its coffee bag project, a collaboration between Boulevard Grocery and local artists. Each 1-pound bag sells for $21 with a cut going to the artist, the store, and a charity.
"Black Magic Noize" @ BC Surf + Sport
Featuring art by:
"Queen of Disks" @ Cafe Allegro
Oil paintings by An-Magrith Erlandsen. Artist reception during art walk.
Don Davis @ Starbucks Coffee
So it’s a perfectly lovely day, hiking through the woods and all, and suddenly you come upon some guy hunched over a little tiny plant, absolutely fascinated by something that nobody else seems to be seeing just at the moment. Is he weirdly obsessive? Is he nuts? Is he a danger to others?
The odds are pretty good that it’s none of the above.
Instead, you may well have come across photographer Don Davis, doing what he loves to do: seeing the little things the rest of us never quite notice, and making them a part of your world in a way you never expected.
Don’s path to photography didn’t come through art school. Instead, it’s reported that he learned many of the basics of the craft as a caterer: “It’s true”, he replies. “All the time I spent setting up buffet and other food displays did help me figure out how to compose a frame, how to tell a story within that space – and how to present a set of completely contrasting scenes as a complete whole.”
Don’s “office” is normally found in Washington State’s Cascade Mountains, but the collection also features “Industrial” images and other “target of opportunity” photographs that pass in front of his lens as he goes about his business in the “real” world.
I try to have a camera handy all the time, and many of my best shots are entirely serendipitous; if not for the fact that the camera was right there I’d have never grabbed them at all.”