Framed my first piece today, then dropped it off at the studio. I’m excited to part of this student exhibit, showcasing a diverse array of work by artists who have taken classes at Northwest Encaustic Studio. If you’re in West Seattle, I hope you’ll come by, and enjoy 3 floors of art as part of West Seattle’s Art Walk in July and August.
7150 44th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98136
West Seattle Art Walk
July 13th & August 10th, 6-9pm
LtoR: Ellen Zrimsek, Sean Phelan, Angela Kelly, Eliaichi Kimaro, Tara McDermott, Brynn Blanchard
The show is hung and looking sharp!!! “A World Worth Saving” has something for everyone — from stunning realism to macro to abstract to ethereal. All encaustic pieces by 6 women artists. If you’re in the Fremont neighborhood, please join us for the Opening Reception tomorrow!!
Fremont Art Walk
Friday 6/2 from 6-8pm
100 NE Northlake Way, Ste 200, 98105
P.S. If you’re unable to join us for opening night, please note that this exhibit will be up from 6/2 – 7/26. The artwork is in the reception area and continues down the hallway. Visiting hours are Monday-Friday from 9-5.
Just got a call from the Rainier Chamber of Commerce asking if they could feature my artwork on the cover of their annual guide & map for the region. 🙂 For years, the Chamber has selected a work by a local artist to showcase on their cover. They reached out to me because they saw a particular piece that caught their eye.
Look forward to seeing this Water Lily on guide books around town…
I’m excited to share that the video of my TEDxSeattle talk is FINALLY live!!!
When I started working on this talk in July, I couldn’t have imagined how vulnerable I would feel, delivering what now seems like a timely counter narrative to a packed McCaw Hall, just 2 weeks after the election.
So…if you like what you see, please consider giving the video a “thumbs up”.
And I encourage you to share this with any/all who might be interested.
Thank you kindly!