“Saints & Sinners” @ Gargoyles

Gargoyles presents:

New Icons by Lis Wright Ivec

Lis is going back to her roots with her unique style of traditional icon paintings using egg tempera and gold leaf on wood panel. She’ll be showing new archangels and saints as well as re-workings of her past sacred images. She will also offer prints, cards, and candles with her old and new designs! Lis will also be doing a gold leaf demo at 7pm for those wondering how it is used and applied. We will have wine, cheese, and chocolates!!! Please join us for a beautiful evening!


“The Natural World” @ Chaco Canyon Cafe

Recent graduates of the University of Washington’s certificate program “Natural Science Illustration” have come together to exhibit their work at Chaco Canyon Cafe.  They find beauty in the natural world and are called to illustrate a vast array of animals and plants using both traditional and innovative techniques. The goal of these artists is to capture the essence of life, to illustrate living systems and above all else to assist in the preservation of the natural world through their beautiful illustrations.

Exhibiting artists:
Christopher Monson
Elizabeth Smith
Michelle Poston
Susan Pope

“Queen of Disks” @ Cafe Allegro

Cafe Allegro presents:

Oil paintings by An-Magrith Erlandsen. Artist reception during art walk.


“Off the Wall” @ BC Surf + Sport

Paintings on sneakers! Featuring 179, Carlos Aguilar, EGO, Jenna Roby, Joe Vollan & Zio Ziegler. Artist reception: 20 September from 5-9pm


“Memory Meets Imagination” @ Starbucks Coffee

Starbucks presents:

The paintings of Juliya Ziskina

“Memory Meets Imagination” by Juliya Ziskina is an exhibit of paintings created with coffee that present stories relating places, events, characters, and objects. It is an attempt to create images that are at the intersection between figments of memory, and of imagination: fleeting scenes in motion. Each piece tells a story you may have seen or dreamed – from a mystical house deep in the woods, to a confrontation with a dragon. In the scenes, the details reveal the stories, while simultaneously raising more questions. Do our imaginations create reality, or does reality create our imaginations? We all imagine sublime storylines, and this exhibit asks us to do just that: keep them alive.

Julia Froese @ Boulevard Grocery

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.

Rick Wescott @ University Business Center

“Washington Through Old Lenses”
The work of accomplished photographer, Rick Westcott 

This exhibition features black and white images from across the state of Washington captured on film using vintage cameras.  From the wild coast to the urban landscape to the rolling hills of the Palouse, these images explore the beauty that is our state and put forth the thesis that there is still worth to be found in old cameras – and in old photographers.

Categories: UncategorizedPublished On: September 20, 2013