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OCTOBER 2021

Join Willow Heath for a free & SPOOKY Art-to-go!


Draw and paint a beautiful plump autumn pumpkin with watercolor artist, storyteller, and illustrator Willow Heath. Learn about Willow's upcoming cookbook featuring 80 cozy soup recipes and over 30 full color food illustrations, and hear the amazing story of how author Caroline Wright and artist Willow Heath came to create two books together. Willow will also share Caroline's delicious Jamaican Pumpkin and Red Pea soup recipe.


 
Date: October 29th
Time: 12 -1:30p
REGISTER FREE

Artwork Credit: Willow Heath
  




OCTOBER 2021

Join Jamie Rawding for her October Exhibition "RECONSTRUCTION"


RECONSTRUCTION will feature at least 20 works by Rawding including oil paintings as well as digital photo encaustic portraits. This is a series of partial-body portraits of women whose breast reconstruction after surgery for cancer included chest tattoos. The tattoos are like a balm, a comfort in that they promote healing. Learn more about Jamie and the exhibition HERE!

Image: Jamie Rawding - Kim E., Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 in.

 

 




SEPTEMBER 2021

Gary Faigin's Exhibition "The Age of Steam" was a HUGE success! 


On Saturday, September 18th, Gary gave an incredible Art Talk & Tour of his exhibition live at Harris/Harvey Gallery. See the full recording HERE!

Image: Gary Faigin - Night and Day, Oil on panel, 30 x 40 in.

 

 



SEPTEMBER 2021

PNW Artists: Apply to be an Amazon Artist in Residence


Amazon is looking for local artists to join its 2022 Artist in Residence program, which offers $15,000 grants and 10 weeks of free studio space in Seattle or Bellevue. Learn more HERE!

Photo by James Harnois: Amazon Artist in Residence Matthew Szosz




 

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