“The Feminine Divine” is a group exhibition that includes works from local visual, sculptural, glass, performance, and mixed-media artists. Curated by Seattle-based mixed-media street artist and catcher of dreamz, Jazz Mom, this show brings together a distinctive and unexpected group of talented Seattle artists. Acknowledging the fluidity of gender within each of us, as well as the unique and varied ways that humans interpret and understand our own spiritual union with the divine, artists will show pieces that explore and express feminine divinity. - Bailey Disher

Participating Artists:
Jazz Mom
Lisa Geertsen
Tegan Hamilton
Deborah Adler
Ms. Elmar
Alea Mahone
Carina Simmons
Lara Kaminoff
Lydia Boss
Patricia Davidson
Amy Crawford
Claudio Duran
Morgan Peterson
KT Hancock
Kamaria Daniel
Doug Newman
Alyssa Weinfurtner
Cait Willis
Kerstin Graudins
Adrien Leavitt
Aramis Hamer

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 12 6-10PM
Music by DJ Riff Raff 
Refreshments provided

Runs through February 5
An exhibition of high imagination, inspired by mystery. Local, national and international artists penetrate the veil of seeming with fantastic representations of The Unknowable. 

"The mystery of our existence is oft dismissed, with humour, and an air of feigned omniscience. Yet *All That Is and Could Ever Be* remains a timeless enigma in this measured moment - the very ferment of love and life, just outside the grasp of intellectual analysis.

Have we the humility to embrace the vastness of The Unknowable? (TREMENDUM)

The imagination to be inspired by its uncertainty? (FASCINANS)

When a fearless gaze into this well of darkness meets its rippling reflection, infinite possibilities shimmer, a universe of stars, potential metamorphoses invite us to become..."


Roku Sasaki
Dean Fleming
Carrie Anne Baade
Otto Rapp
Liba Stambollion
Miguel Tio
Crystal Babre
Patricia Ariel
Jeff Mihalyo
Meesha Goldberg
Don Farrell
Yvette Endrijautzki
Betty Burgoyne
William Fahey
Marlene Seven Bremner

Opening Reception:
Thursday, December 8, 6-10PM
Refreshments served.

Show runs through January 8