Spring Into the Georgetown Art Attack on April 13!

Spring has sprung and the Georgetown Art Attack is in full swing! Join us in supporting the vast array of inspiring industrial, fine arts, contemporary visual and performing arts with music, art, and makers in Seattle’s oldest neighborhood.  Georgetown, where art matters.

The FREE and family friendly Art Ride Bus tours the art destinations, including the west end locations such as studio e, the Shed Gallery and Equinox Studios, with pick locations thru out Georgetown, enabling your inner art lover to experience it all.

Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery  Please join us on Saturday, April 13 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM for an exhibition of watercolors and drawings by Mexican multimedia artist Charles Glaubitz as he launches the second volume of his metaphysical graphic novel Starseeds . Also appearing is award-winning cartoonist and illustrator Leela Corman, co-founder of Sequential Artists Workshop in Gainesville, Florida. Glaubitz’s Starseeds emerged from a series of narrative paintings on modern mythology. His subsequent graphic novel is informed by sources such as Joseph Campbell, Jack Kirby, Robert Anton Wilson, and the Mayan Aztec Codex – a fascinating and fluid meditation on the human condition. Glaubitz will exhibit recent watercolor works related to the book. This event will also introduce a Starseeds-branded hot sauce from HOSA, a Bellingham-based boutique condiment company co-founded by Fantagraphics art director Jacob Covey. New York artist Leela Corman returns to Seattle in advance of the Trailer Blaze women artists retreat sponsored by Short Run. She’ll sign copies of her acclaimed graphic novel Unterzakhn and the recent short story collection We All Wish for Deadly Force.

All City Coffee Presents nautical paintings by Thomas Crestodina.

Johansson Art Gallery Come see the newest  paintings, influenced by artist Fumiko Kimura. Expressive, colorful and bold works featuring abstract Seattle scenes, landscapes and abstracts. New paintings added to the walls weekly. We look forward to meeting new friends, and sharing the love in the Georgetown community

Prairie Underground Presents Nancy Jones. This series of watercolors references our human need for meaning using configured codes both familiar and new, creating complex moods with dialects of representational scenes with overlaid motifs and auratic light. The logos, more arbitrary and simplified appear to be the connecting narrative between the figures, detached and distant, allowing a space for reflection, while auratic light works with semblance.

 

Oxbow Presents Polaris by Chanee Choi.   Artist reception 6-8 pm, Public performance 7:00 PM. Gallery hours 4/18-4/27 Thursday-Saturday 5-8 pm

Polaris is an immersive experience by Chanee Choi, incorporating neon, sculpture, video games, wearable tech, embroidery and movement.  The work is inspired by starlight and our existence in the universe. Choi proposes that each of us has a signal within us that we can use to communicate with other worlds.  Our signal connects us to the universe, and could be something we can see, feel, or touch. Choi creates a space for us discover the signal within through interactive video installations, and many interactive sources of light – LED, neon, and video projection. Like footsteps echoing in a cave, your movement through Polaris will be echoed in the light as it reacts to your presence. There are 2 butoh performances for the show. The first one is in the opening reception on 4/13, and 4/19. Two performers wear LED costumes that interact with their movement.

Jellyfish BrewingJellyfish Brewing and Bruno B Art Collectif present Kate Tesch. Using gravity as an applicator, Kate builds layers upon layers of paint drips, producing a face-melting array of texture and color that defy traditional two-dimensional art form.

The Palace Theater and Art Bar Drag and the City attracts lovers of drag shows from near and far! Dames of Drag have been the headliner for Burien Pride for two years,helping to grow the event as one of the most Seattle suburban pride events in the area. This hit show is back for the latest installment featuring Tru St. James , Donnatella Howe , Kara Sutra , Dutchess Drew Nightshade and Miss Fraya Love. The Tru St. James birthday show will have lots of fun, roasting the bawdy queen and have some pretty amazing surprises!  All performers offer different generational views and interpretations of the art of drag including some LIVE singing and comedy.

$15 at the door with pre-show tickets available for only $12 here: damesofdrag.ticketleap.com/drag-and-the-city/ with music beginning at 7pm and the show starting at 8pm with a short intermission.  This event is 18+ with Valid ID only.

Georgetown Music Hosts an early show with 3 amazing solo performances by Benjamin Thomas-KennedyJim Davis and Jeff Tobin. April 13th – 7pm – $5 – All ages – Bar w/ ID.

Deep Sea Sugar and Salt Art by Trisha Gilmore, pop up with Temple Pastries, apparel and goods from And Also.

Illumination Studio# 305 Color Intersects with Color . If you absolutely love color in all It’s form and glory then come into the studio that has the warmest, most brilliant display of color in abstract form. We have the collection of the most color of all the stops in Art Attack with Dari StolzoffFerrell, Ramona Bell, and Badieh Bryant showing images in geometric, organic, and spacial images 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. Come in and warm yourself without the fire.

BOPBOX They say that there are only two days in life, the day that it begins, and the day that it ends. Only Two Days examines the uncanny and the pedestrian, en route from one to the other, featuring photography by Christian Sorensen Hansen

Elysian Brewing Tap Room Presents Ink, an artist hailing from Maine. Her career began with painting graffiti on walls, under bridges, and on abandoned buildings. Through her love of hip hop, her creative mind erupted and inspired her to follow her true calling. Ink captures environmental dilemmas, beauty, humor, everyday life, and emotions to help people see life from her perspective.

Georgetown Liquor Company The Art of Craig Brookbush. Paintings of fast cars, wild animals & cultural icons!

Fogue Studios & Gallery Featured Solo Artists: Odd Jelly Out: Introversion. An immersive and interactive sculpture installation by Missy Douglas & Kim Rask. With musical soundscape created and performed by Stuart McLeod. Opening reception April 13th 6-9pm. Refreshments served. Fogue Studio Members: Introducing new art and artists members. 38 artists and over 200 original works of art, and live studio demos!

studio e The Purfume Counter : Dawn Cerny & Damien Hoar de Galvan. A collaborative 2-artist, 2-gallery exhibition. Opening reception April 13th 6-9pm

Dawn Cerny and Damien Hoar de Galvan share an aesthetic that is both formaland reductive while maintaining a sense of fun and curiosity.  Both artists offer objects that allow us to contemplate their function, texture, and relation to the human body. Also, when shown together, they address issues of usefulness and create a tension of belief albeit fragile.” -Robert Yoder.

Exhibit runs April 11 – May 18, 2019

The Shed  Part II: BEASTS (THE LAST DREAM OF THE BEAST) , the art of Christopher Petersen durational performance installation, April 13 , 6:30-8:30 PM…a theatrical work… an electronic media drama in which both music and images will be visceral, clearly articulated, forceful and at times violent. THE BEAST (a creature caught between man and beast) believes a poetic theory that if one dies while dreaming, that dream becomes infinite. He fantasizes a beautiful ‘beast woman’ who, blind and armless, falls in love with him. The ending aria is their final love moment in which he dies in his sleep. Her ending lullaby acknowledges both the death and the eternal dream.

6631 Ellis Ave S, entrance from alley off of Warsaw ONLY

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.

Counterbalance Brewing Presents mixed a media show by Rory Cooper. Exhibit runs through April 30.

 

 

Georgetown Second Saturday Art Attack on November 11

 

Join us on November 11th for a beautiful autumn evening of art in Georgetown’s ever expanding industrial, contemporary visual and performing artists/arts district, featuring the best of regional and national works. Be sure to hop aboard the FREE Art Ride tour to visit many studio/gallery locations, including our west, such as studio e, and Equinox Studios!

Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery  hosts Mita Mahato presenting her new graphic novel “In Between,” together with the Short Run Marathon exhibition featuring original artwork by Emil Ferris, Leela Corman, JuliaWertz, Jordan Crane, Gemma Correll, Tom Hart, nishat akhtar, Rebecca Artemisa, & Anders Nilsen.

 

Coltura unveils and celebrates first anti-gasoline mural. The dedication ceremony of local artist, Craig Cundiff‘s, beautiful and striking mural will begin at 3:00 at 969 S. Nebraska on the S. Vale side of the building. The ceremony will feature Coltura’s founder, Matthew Metz, State Representative Zack Hudgins and lifelong south end resident and activist Paola Maranan. Come see the mural, have pizza, celebrate and view Coltura’s “gas trap!” Coltura appreciates the support of the City of Seattle through a Department of Neighborhoods grant.

 

All City Coffee presents “Day & Night” a collection of Minimalist-Pop Surrealism with new work by artist John Tingley (tnglr). A show examining growth and change.

Rainier Glass Studio Become part of the glass art experience, browse the gallery of NW artists unique blown glass art and stay for live demonstrations at 7pm during Art Attack.

Bridge Productions is pleased to announce the return of Seattle-based painter, draughtsman, and printmaker Emily Gherard. Gherard is best known for the powerfully physical works she builds through the accumulation and erosion of repetitive mark-making in charcoal, graphite, and paint. Tearing, scratching, and sanding the surface onto which she continually adds material, Gherard builds up a physicality, which brings tangible weight and gravity to her work. For her latest series of works in It All Burns, Emily Gherard presents a series of new paintings that continue the figurative work in abstraction, as well as a body of carved and graphite drawings on new material, rubber.  November 9 – December 2. Opening reception 11 November 6 – 9pm

Interstitial Who’s the Daddy, a solo exhibition by Wong Ping  Flashing, pop-like imagery; visual and auditory narrations that explicitly touch upon sex, politics and social relations; vibrant installations that extend into three dimensions the artist’s fantastical animation world – these are but cornerstones of Wong Ping’s (b. 1984, Hong Kong) practice that combines the crass and the colourful to mount a discourse around repressed sexuality, personal sentiments and political limitations. Hong Kong born and raised, Wong Ping discusses his observations of society, from teenage to adulthood, using a visual language that sits on the border of shocking and amusing. November 11 – December 23, 2017

Oxbow  Seattle-based artist, Barbara Robertson has created a site-specific installation, titled “Architectonic,” composed of three projected animations which use the expansive Oxbow space as an integral part of the image. This project is an on-going work in progress, and Ms. Robertson will continue to add new elements to the installation during November and December, through the end of the exhibition, January 6.  Gallery hours: Thursday, Friday and Saturday 4-7 pm. (closed 11/23-11/25)

Prairie Underground  You’re invited to feast at a table of color, collage and performativtiy of Thanksgiving, November 11, 6-9pm. A new collection of pieces by FEMAIL using reconstructed Sale Samples from Prairie Underground’s archive. A series of collage inspired by the collection will be on view alongside an installation in the boutique space.Live performances throughout the evening. All items are available for purchase and three looks will be auctioned to benefit Muses Conscious Fashion Studio. Photos by Clara Pathe and Chrissie White.

HOEDEMAKER PFEIFFER – 6113 13th Ave. S. presents Kat Larson.In Kat Larson’s latest series of photographs and video, she continues the story of a being from another planet who crash lands on Earth, which serves as a parable to the power of connection, perseverance, and strength of the spirit. Produced by Hoedemaker Pfeiffer, curated by Bridge Productions. 10 October – 31 December.

HOEDEMAKER PFEIFFER GALLERY – 6109 13th Ave, S. hosts group show, ADJUNCT APPENDAGES – Kim Van Someren and Ellen Zeigler in which artists use drawing, intaglio, and collage to question the arbitrary functions of bodies, structures, machinery, and limbs.  ALGOPLEX II Spacefiller – Alex Miller and Alex Nagy. Spacefiller, a collaborative duo formed by Alex Miller and Alex Nagy present an interactive video and digital installation. Produced by Hoedemaker Pfeiffer, curated by Bridge Productions.  10 October – 1 December

Krab Jab Studios  Master and Neophyte: Brigid Marlin, Brom, Miguel Tio and Kyle Abernethy. “Master and Neophyte” welcomes “master” painters Brigid Marlin and Brom, and “neophytes” Miguel Tio and Kyle Abernethy in this stunning four person show. Dark, dreamy and surreal, the paintings represent a combined lifetime of skill and vision by all four artists. Brom and Kyle Abernethy will be in attendance, hosting an Artist Talk at 7:30 pm. Show runs through January 7th, 2018.

Illumination Studio# 305  presents Rostad and Ferrell. Rostad, explores the inner beauty of our neurological system through vibrant color and Ferrell explores spatial and color field through abstraction. Also welcoming Dari Stolzoff as a new partner in the studio. Music by “DJ” Luscious Leopard Lips, who brings background music with a Theremin synthesizer and keyboards. With new work up, you’ll be glad you came by.

studio e  WHEN YOU WERE THERE YOU KNEW THE LANGUAGE: New work by Gillian Theobald. This exhibit will include large highly chromatic abstract landscape paintings; collages made from painted found packaging (trash), manipulated into a shallow space; and some drawings of the Duwamish. Theobald typically has done more than one body of work at a time. These three series address the question of our effect on paradise.   studio e is open each Friday & Saturday from 1-6pm and always during GEORGETOWN ART ATTACK!

The Georgetown Liquor Co  will have an encore of Dave Ryan‘s latest work (Manticore Stencil Art) for the months of November & December! Pop art on records, celebrity stencil portraits, nerdy naturescapes, and more!

Equinox Studios  is a growing arts community in 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.