Last Friday I had the opportunity to take over the Instagram stories of my favorite Seattle newsletter, The Evergrey!
Every weekday I get an email all about what’s going on in my city. They include a wide array of topics like explaining ballot initiatives, hearing from our homeless community, what’s going on at city hall and Amazonia, restaurant openings, and artistic events. They even sent some readers to the a haunted house to report back last month! ☠️
And they always have lists chock full of activities happening around the city every day of the week. I love reading it! I’ve even been lucky enough to have a couple of my photos featured as their photo of the day in the year or so I’ve been following them. 🥰
So when they asked if I’d like to do a takeover and show their followers around the SAM Remix for the Peacock in the Desert exhibit last week, I couldn’t say no! 🤩
You can still see my little tour around the Seattle Art Museum in @the_evergrey’s highlight SAM Remix.
It’s a really lovely exhibit! I’m excited to go back and check it out again with Megan in December. 🦚
Friend: you say you have nothing to do this weekend? You say you wish you could look at Black and White art? Look no further! Everyone’s looking at the Black & White show, so you should too. 12 killer artists doing their thing. This Sat/Sun from noon - 4:00 pm at Arttrap.
“Take It on the Run (Ariana Grande)”
Exhibited at the Houston MOD, IndyMOCA, LA Art Show, Photo Contemporary LA.
Quote takes from REO Speedwagon song, image rumored to be candid Ariana Grande selfie, hacked from her phone.
Flatbed digital serigraph Proof on wood 1/1, 24 x 20 in.
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Okay so like the team borderless exhibit in Japan might just be one of my favourite things I've done so far here in Japan ( Ghibli in two weeks! ) the visuals were just Amazing and I felt like a little kid again going through everything.
The front of gallery is looking a little different thanks to the incredible woodworking by Larry Favorite. These stunning pieces are made with Ironwood and have intricate turquoise inlay work. The particular type of ironwood that Larry uses originates in the Sonoran desert and is an incredibly hard wood as the name suggests. Come see these two pieces as well as a couple more that we have of his in the gallery. We are open from 11-7pm tomorrow!
Don’t miss this opportunity for your students to receive national recognition for their artwork! The call for submissions for the 2019 NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition has been extended to December 5, 2018. You must have a registered chapter to participate. Learn more and submit student artwork here: nahs19.artcall.org
2018 NAHS/NJAHS Student Artists featured here (swipe):
M o o d - una fracción de mi dibujo más reciente. I’ve been reading more in Spanish lately, although I speak it daily, I rarely use it when it describing my work. It’s interesting how bilinguals automatically switch languages depending on the setting.