Category Archives: Seattle

Artreach Brings You Affordable Art!


First Snowboard Connection’s Cheap Thrills, now Artreach’s quarterly show at the Vermillion Gallery, with artwork priced at an average of $200, with some more and some less! ArtReach is a non-profit arts organization that aims to increase demand for art among young professionals in King County by promoting approachable art.

Artists include:
Erin Kendig
Thomas Krueger
Natalie Oswald
Kate Protage
Angela Scott
Jim Stoccardo
Kellie Talbot

Cheap Thrills at Snowboard Connection!

Arbito’s Cosmic Hobos and Schmancy Show With Snaggs!


Arbito’s Cosmic Hobo toy!

Arbito and Snaggs will have a show at Schmancy (1932 2nd Ave, Seattle), this Friday, November 14th, from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. The husband-wife duo will have new works on display, and one can expect textile arts, paintings, sculptures, and plushes, all bursting with colors!


Snaggs

SnoCon T-Shirt Design Contest For Ladies Only!

Calling all female designers!! Want to get your design printed on a t-shirt and receive a bunch of free schwag from Snowboard Connection? Now’s your chance. Check out the details above.

EMP|SFM American Letterpress: The Art Of Hatch Show Print

Until July 16th, 2009, the EMP|SFM (Experience Music Project | Science Fiction Museum) in Seattle will be hosting American Letterpress: The Art Of Hatch Show Print, a new exhibition organized by the Smithsonian. The EMP will be the first place to hold this, which will provide an incredible look into the role of American letterpress printing in promoting music events since the late 1800s. It will feature 126 historical and contemporary posters of all different types and styles. Go check it out… although you obviously have plenty of time!

(HAPPY HALLOWEEN!)

Kim E Alexander Jr., Little Red Girl, and Si Clark at Suite 100’s Mecha/Organic

Seattle’s Suite 100 Gallery has put together a group show entitled Mecha/Organic for the month of October. It’s an exhibition that “combines, divides, and defines the line between mechanical and organic.” To work on that theory, they’ve gathered about a dozen artists of all different styles and genres. These are three of my personal favorites from the bunch.

SI CLARK
An illustrator who grew up in a small village in the Cotswolds but now lives in London, Si Clark now mixes influences from his childhood countryside surroundings with his present urban living situation. His pieces are well-polished and sometimes gritty combinations of traditional and digital mediums.


A piece by Si Clark.

KIM E ALEXANDER JR.
Who knew that graphite and colored pencil drawings on frosted mylar could be so exciting? Kim E Alexander Jr. explorations of form and shape capture movement and pay careful attention to detail. Expect exciting new pieces from him at this group show.


Kim E Alexander Jr.’s Small Reservoir piece.

LITTLE RED GIRL
Erin Kendig, or Little Red Girl, seems like a rather new player on the Seattle art scene, but her work has thus far been whole-heartedly embraced by the community. Her best pieces showcase organic, flowing shapes and expertly play on white space, using only watercolors and inks that are minimally necessary.


Little Red Girl’s tree-head.

Tim Zimmerman’s Snowboard Photography at Snowboard Connection

This Saturday, Tim Zimmerman, a photographer who has graced the pages of the nation’s best snowboard publications, will be showing his work at Seattle’s Snowboard Connection. Stop by the pre-show for free beverages and signings by Travis Rice and Mark Landvik.