420 Art Walk @ BC Surf + Sport
When April 20th rolls around, where will you be? Well if you are like me, and like your art loud, fast, and in walking distance; get down to BC Surf and Sport, in the new, fresh and oh-so-hot Seattle location!
On April 20th from 5-9pm, BC Seattle is proud to present the 420 “Fresh Times at BC Surf and Sport.” There will be art shows going on all the way down the block so don’t miss it, art fans! Come check out beautiful and “totally righteous” art work by artists EGO, Pgee, Baso Fibonacci, Cris Cook, and many more.
Bring your walking boots and come down to the 4-20 Art Walk at BC Seattle!
Billy Ballard @ Cafe Allegro
Gelatin Silver prints of Allegro & the U-District by Billy Ballard.
John Patterson @ Tully’s Coffee
Tully’s Coffee presents John Patterson. Oil on canvas, landscapes from all over the world. An accomplished photographer, John decided to switch his medium to oil and graphite.
“I was convinced that becoming a fine arts artist would fulfill the lack of challenge that I was experiencing with my photography. ” – John Patterson
John stretches his own canvases for better quality work.
Narboo & Starhead Boy @ Boulevard Grocery
The coffee bag project is 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. NARBOO and starheadboy are the first artists in the cycle, but there will be more to come!
Brandon Baker (a.k.a. NARBOO) and Dave Bloomfield (a.k.a. starheadboy) are both well known street artists/muralists/graphic artists who regularly show in the Seattle area.
For more info on Boulevard Grocery and Seven Coffee Roasters, check out Lauren Kronebusch’s fantastic article for The Daily.
Jessika Geiger & K. Amarak Waters @ Gargoyles
Also featuring creations by Henna Luna
“Creatures of Earth and Shadow”
“Each character is a fusion of my past, my present, and the people in my immediate environment. Their struggles, desires, and personalities are revealed through their faces, gestures and surroundings.” – Jessica Geiger
“My monsters arise from popular culture, mythology, religion and dreams to evoke the darker, primitive regions of the psyche. Incorporating traditional figurative art with fantastic imagery, they represent my exploration of what it means to be human and what would happen if humans were no longer at the top of the food chain. We are often defined by what fascinates and frightens us.” – K. Amarak Waters