“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
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 12 6-10PM
Music by DJ Riff Raff
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..."
Carrie Anne Baade
Marlene Seven Bremner
Thursday, December 8, 6-10PM
Show runs through January 8
Join us this month for the opening reception of The Potential In Seeds - where six artists use abstract patterns and textures to represent the natural world.
Jesse Narens, Allison Nitch, Melissa Monroe,
Jesse Reno, and Lia Santini
Music by Kobalt
Show runs through October 9th.
"Choose your Own Adventure" is a new collection of work from Seattle artist Ten Hundred. Each painting will be untitled at the show and each viewer will write down what they think the title of each painting should be. Ten Hundred will choose his favorite titles at the end of the show and award some prizes to the winners. In this way, each viewers interpretation of the story will play a role in the adventure of the show.
Ten Hundred (Peter Robinson) is an artist and designer from Seattle, WA. He was born and raised in Michigan and moved around the United States before settling in Seattle in 2006.
Opening Reception: Thursday, August 11, 6-10PM
Music by Jimi Jaxon
Show runs through September 4.
For this month's artwalk we will be featuring graphic and illustrative work from five local artists:
Music by: KidAmiga
Show runs through August 9th.