Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery
Daniel Clowes book signing and print exhibition.
Opening Saturday, February 8, 6:00 – 9:00 PM.
We are hugely excited to welcome the one and only Daniel Clowes back to Seattle, for a celebration of the release of the stunning new Fantagraphics Studio Edition, Original Art: Daniel Clowes. Come meet the man himself, and get a signed copy of the new book!
Original Art: Daniel Clowes turns the spotlight on one of the medium’s most dynamic creators. A vital entry of the Fantagraphics Studio Edition series, this volume draws from Clowes’s nearly 30 years of comics art, ranging from his seminal one-man anthology, Eightball (in which Ghost World was originally serialized), to his most recent graphic novel, 2016’s best-selling time travel thriller, Patience.
All City Coffee
Will be Showing a Dave Mazak , collectors show “Mazak was here” :mixed work from our late friend, Dave Mazak.
Jellyfish Brewing Company
This show is a retrospective of works from painter Ben Darby at various points in his 30-plus year art career. These pieces are large and bold, with bright acrylic paints deeply layered into thick shapes and forms. Jellyfish offers you a rare opportunity to see glimpses of this talented Cornish College graduate’s work. Come witness the surreal imagination of Ben Darby!
Sean Lockwood will present an installation in various parts.
Sean Lockwood (b. 1994, Delaware) lives and works in Seattle, WA. He received his BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2016 and his MFA from the University of Washington in 2019. Recent exhibitions include Negligence Tort (solo) at Veronica, Seattle 2020, and PHREAK (group) at Yale Union, Portland 2019.
Lauren Boilini & Henry Cowdery
Closing reception: Saturday February 8th 6-9 pm
UNDERBELLY is an immersive impression of a whale fall. When a whale dies and falls to the floor of the ocean, it creates a complex ecosystem that can provide sustenance for deep-sea organisms for decades. Similar to the nurse logs we find in the Northwest, this occurrence creates life after death. As artists, we are both interested in the cycles joining life and death. Cowdery’s work investigates the role of time in the natural world and Boilini’s looks at violence and death, both the man-made and the natural.
Presents han.bok.haeng.bok by artist Jomi
Artwork of friends wearing various designs of traditional Korean garb made with graphite, watercolor, ink, and imitation gold leafing.
Palace Theater & Art Bar
Four Queens – Walk Into a Bar…
Prepare to be Amazed, Dazzled, and Bewildered. The Glamazons of Georgetown are back with a NEW show (formerly known as the Dames of Drag). Come, experience the Georgetown Art Attack Saturday evening, grab some dinner and Join us for drinks and a show. You’re sure to have a fabulous time! Happy Hour starts at 4pm – Show starts at 8pm
Georgetown Trailer Park Mall
This Art Attack as part of the Georgetown Trailer Park’s Lost Love Market, Le Petite Theater will be screening on 16mm film a variety of shorts! Can Mabel escape being tied up on the train tracks?! Check out some racy burlesque and old school women’s wrestling! Maybe the thrilling sport of speedball is for you? Tag along with Betty Boop and Bimbo for some Pre-Code Toon adventures! Films start at 2pm; free popcorn as always!
Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center
Resident artists group show in our main gallery. See work by Braden Sherbon, Dave Clay, Dan Mahon, Angielena Chamberlain, Martijn Casper Swart and Celeste Paloonesies
5809 Airport Way S
Illumination Studio #305
Bringing in the new year with a brilliant display of color in abstract form. Established in 1991 as the Mary Tudor art studio, we are one of only two Art Studios left in our building. We present a working studio and presentation space for Art Attack with Dari Stolzoff, Ferrell, Ramona Bell, and Badieh Bryant showing images in abstraction on paper, wood and canvas. Also don’t miss Luscious Leopard Lips, our talented D.J. with a Theremin, playing atmospheric music in the background. Always changing images, we’ll see you there.
Side Rail Collective
Temple Goods, in conjunction with Side Rail Collective presents Body:Spirit , a group invitational featuring new work by Liz Ophoven in ‘ DELVE’, an exhibit of ceramic sculpture and figure drawings, with paintings by Alan Rushing and Chula Tupper.
5511 1/2 Airport Way South (above Lunar Pizza)
Fogue Studios & Gallery
Seattle narrative artist Jane Hickey Caminos: “On Women Bound” – a one woman show of thought provoking activist paintings. “The intent of ‘On Women Bound’ is to increase awareness of crimes against the female gender, be they a culture away or an incidence of domestic violence in a nearby couple’s kitchen. I understand that as an artist, I have a responsibility to use my gift to help these millions of traumatized women. I want the paintings to generate a dialogue that will be carried from the exhibition out to others.” Turning victims into the victorious -Jane Hickey Caminos, Activist Artist
Places Dreamed/Real is a group exhibition that ambiguously explores a range of scenes from dreams and reality. Some of these scenes have enigmatic dream elements, some combine actual places as only dreams can blend them, and others evoke the eerie feeling of seeing a familiar place with small, unsettling differences. Michael Doyle, Christpher Gee, David C. Kane, Sarah Norsworthy, and Emily Pettigrew
Gage Georgetown welcomes you to visit their studios and check out the incredible artwork that the students of the Georgetown, Trowbridge, Flack Ateliers and Atelier Primer students have been working on. Whether you like imaginative realism, modernist paintings, or beautiful drawings, you’ll find something that catches your eye at one of the Gage Ateliers in Georgetown at Equinox Studios.
A growing arts community in sunny West Georgetown, home to over 100 artists working in an inspiring array of mediums, including dance, blacksmithing, welding, woodworking, cycle fabrication, sculpture, painting, film, glass and art performances monthly .
Presents Time and Space . Encaustic painter Julie Sanchez ’s effects of time on a series of work with a focus on the spaces between time. “Encaustic painting is a madness fueled by the alchemy of wax, tree sap, pigment and fire. I never work with an orientation in mind; orientation does not exist until the piece is nearly complete.” – Julie Sanchez www.eliasshawnstudio.com, Instagram: @eliasshawnstudio