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Holiday Mini Art Show at TWILIGHT GALLERY

December 11th – February 1st
Twilight Gallery
4306 SW Alaska St, Seattle, Washington 98116
Hours: Monday – Friday  11 to 7-ish | Sat 11 – 6 -ish | Sun 11 – 5-ish

Co-Curated by Twilight Intern, Ana Luiza Douthwaite
2014 BA Art History, University of Washington

Artists include:

Joseph Brooks (Seattle)
Sarah Midkiff (North Carolina)
Meghan Kukull (Seattle)
Rhodora Jacob (Seattle)
Stasia Burrington Illustration (Seattle)
Brooke Borcherding (Seattle)
Angelina Tolentino (Seattle)
Sarah Barrick (Seattle)
La Macón by Shari Noble (Seattle)
Idle Hands Designs (Seattle)
Mary Enslow (Seattle)
Kristina Cullen (Seattle)
Braden Duncan (Seattle)
The Kiln Witch
Swing (Seattle)
Kate Protage (Seattle)
Elijah Evenson (Seattle)
Idle Hands (Seattle)

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FEW & FAR WOMEN celebrate 3rd Annual West Coast Tour

About HI-TECHNIQUE: beyond the glass wall + Few And Far Women
Bombsheller Art Labs‘ inaugural exhibition showcases Few and Far Women’s avant garde creativity, texture-rich typography, urban iconography, and explosive color stories. Dedicated contributors to the global project of women in art, Few and Far Women celebrate their individual expressions, and collaborate with other dedicated and talented women from around the world. The F&F team consists of artists elevating their craft, inspiring their communities, and challenging the world to go beyond the hurdles set before all of us…….
beyond the glass wall of the gallery “art world”…..
beyond the glass wall of a male dominated graffiti community……
and beyond the glass wall of the retail fashion industry between
artists who desire to create, define, and build their unique brands.
@ Bombsheller 424 Queen Anne Ave. N. Seattle, WA 98109
with double-your-trouble simultaneous free art events on Wednesday June 18, 2014!
Make the trek out to Lower Queen Anne during the new Uptown Artwalk for PIECE OF THE SKY Live Mural + Artwalk (5pm-7:30pm) with friends Jonathan Wakuda Fischer and John Osgood, and HI-TECHNIQUE: beyond the glass wall Art Show (5pm-7pm)
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About PIECE OF THE SKY live mural: Local graffiti artists fewandfarwomen.comwakudastudio.com, and johnosgood.com have teamed up to create a collaborative mural live at the new Mud Bay Uptown + youth/teen art activities by theveraproject.org + skateboard demo by skatelikeagirl.com + gallery show at bombshellerartlabs.com. Bring your skate deck 2 deck it out + your pet 2 check out the new Mud Bay! @ 522 Queen Anne Ave. N. Seattle, WA 98109
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About Bombsheller
Bombsheller is a new on-demand personalized fashion manufacturer right here in Seattle, empowering artists to transform their art into fashion while earning a royalty on garments sold, leggings to start.  We manufacture our shells (leggings) on-demand in-house, and encourage artists, fashion and graphic designers……and you…..to design your own garments!  Bombsheller Art Labs is a new kind of maker gallery……a “collaborative” gallery… where designer/artists and patrons are empowered to create, innovate, and exchange skills and ideas. Generating both art community and art commerce, Bombsheller Arts Labs exhibits an eclectic selection of works, installations and performances, with an emphasis on tech and fashion influenced works created primarily by local Northwest artists bent on furthering artistic expression and collaboration fueled by technological innovations re-imagining the fashion industry.

EX LIBRIS: 100 Artists, 100 Books

AXIS Pioneer Square: 308 1st Avenue S | Seattle, WA 98104

Ex Libris: 100 Artists, 100 Books

March 6, 2014 – April 1, 2014. Opening reception March 6.

The AXIS gallery and event venue in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle, will be hosting an exhibition of literature themed artwork from 100 distinct, contemporary artists.  Ex Libris: 100 Artists, 100 Books, presents a collection of newly realized works that are drawn from the pages of favorite books individually selected by the participating artists.

This collection of artwork was created to celebrate the presence of The Association of Writers & Writing Programs (AWP) conference in Seattle, February 2014. Each year AWP holds its Annual Conference & Bookfair in a different city to celebrate the authors, teachers, students, writing programs, literary centers, and publishers of that region. AWP is the largest literary conference in North America. The presence of AWP in Seattle gave rise to the idea of Ex Libris: 100 Artists, 100 Books, an opportunity for the visual arts community to participate in this literary tradition and to celebrate the many ways in which literature has enriched our lives and informed our practice as art makers. A selection of works from the Ex Libris collection will be on display at the convention center during the conference. All 100 works of art will be on exhibit at AXIS beginning March 6th, 2014.

In this body of work, many genres of literature are represented from non-fiction to sci-fi, romance to biography. Some artists chose to depict specific characters from favorite books, for example artist Amy Huddleston’s interpretation of the Charles Dickens’s novel Great Expectations centers on the eccentric character Ms. Havisham. In Huddleston’s painting a sloe eyed Ms. Havisham holds court bedecked in feathers and fur. Other artists interpreted this challenge by re-imagining the covers of their favorite books. Artist Joey Veltkamp used the title of his inspiration book, Life After God, to bring Douglas Coupeland’s work to life in a drawing based on a textile creation.

Life After God – Joey Veltkamp
Life After God – Joey Veltkamp

Through painting, drawing, and sculpture, these 100 Artists pay beautiful homage to the books and authors that have entertained, edified, and informed them. Join us at AXIS in Pioneer square during the month of March to see this whole collection.

The opening reception for Ex Libris: 100 Artists, 100 Books, will take place on March 6th, 2014 from 5 to 9 PM.

The artists will be in attendance at the opening reception and readings from local authors will take place. Among other activities, a costume contest with prizes for best author and librarian will occur.

For more details about the exhibition and a complete gallery of all the work, please visit the exhibition website.