“A Celebration of Light & Art @ Gargoyles

Please join us for a beautiful pre~Solstice celebration featuring the Art of Dominique Cilento, “Symbiotic” ~a mixed media collaboration and “A Celebration of Lights” featuring the new magickal line of specialty candles by Metamorphic Perspectives sold exclusively at our shoppe and only at our shows until they run out. Their YULE candles, in pine and a cranberry blend are extra wonderful and will be highlighted at the show~there will be seven other splendid candle scents with spiritual intents to choose from! Sweets, wine & cheese, and will be served! Holiday indulgence!!!

“Group Show @ University Business Center

Mary Denend, Encaustic artist. Mary’s art is unique. She works in encaustic, using her photographs as the base. She is well travelled and the work is marvelous.  You’ll find her landscapes and her African animals fascinating to the eye.

Tatyana Brown, Printmaker. Tatyana is Russian born and raised. Her engravings and lithographs are lovely. Her work is delicate in both form and color, and quite sensual. Some of her earlier whimsical pieces are on display, too.

Theresa Neinas, Printmaker. Theresa is a Seattle treasure. She contributes to the art community here in many ways. This show is of her lino block prints. She is smart and funny and clever and those qualities come through in her prints. Don’t miss “Bigfoot Winters in Mexico” and “You’re on the Right Track Baby, but You’re Going the Wrong Way.”


“Echo Love” by Jazz Brown @ Lucid Gallery

We are thrilled to collaborate once again with amazing artist Jazz Brown.

Exercising both geometric and organic proficiency, Jazz Brown attempts to chronicle the cycles and tiers of Nature. Using vivid hues, he utilizes vibrational spectrums to replicate the fractal essence of energy.

Jazz Brown is a self-taught artist who uses acrylic paint and modeling gel to create vivid, expressive compositions. Born and raised in Savannah, Georgia, Jazz brings a sense of southern charm to the Pacific Northwest.


Gretchen Leggitt @ Cafe Allegro

Paintings, drawings, woodburnings, and block prints by Gretchen Leggitt.

Being an avid adventurer and world traveller, Gretchen explores subjects that pay tribute to the inspiring people and places that have mused her along the winding road. Many of her figures are bound by line symbolising the tension that exists between the inner and intrapersonal relationships and the juxtaposed desire for connection and independence.

A Colorado native, Gretchen currently lives and works in Bellingham. She also teaches K-8 visual art in Seattle.

Brian Hatfield @ Moksha

During the next University District Artwalk we are excited to be featuring the artwork of Brian Hatield. His painting’s exude nostalgic fantasy and features children pop culture icons. His whimsical style is perfect for these winter months. Plus, we will have a cereal bar! Come out of the cold on on Dec. 19th 5-11pm and reward your inner child at Moksha.


Kari Westphal @ Daisy Sky Studio

Kari Westphal creates original paintings using encaustic (wax, resin & pigments) and acrylic paints.


Stephanie Morgan @ Chaco Canyon

Our artist this month is Stephanie Morgan, the work is modern still lives and pastorals.

Categories: UncategorizedPublished On: December 19, 2014