December 2018 - January 2019
I have also been lucky enough to share work at my favorite indoor climbing spot, the Seattle Bouldering Project, along Rainier Ave.! It has been a great place to have conversations with other folks who love the wild Washington landscape as much as I do and hear about their experiences and recommendations - get at me if you want to take a peek and get your climb on!
November 2018 - January 2019
I have had the great opportunity to participate in the Capitol Hill Art Walk back in November as part of a show at the Board & Vellum office on 15th Ave. They have a great program that includes rotating art displays in their front window to provide a gallery to those walking by on the street, so absolutely walk on by and take a look!
July - August 2018
I am once again showing up on Phinney Ridge! This neighborhood is such a great place to immerse yourself in local artists' work, and I'm excited to be sharing work from 2018 at Herkimer Coffee this summer.
October 2017 / December 2017 + January 2018
I had the opportunity to show some brand new mountains at Caffe Vita in Phinney Ridge for the month of October. It was great to share in that neighborhood, and I am working on new pieces in the meantime leading up to another show in the area this summer!
I then had a hugely successful show at Scratch Deli in Capitiol Hill for the months of December and January. It's hard to say what the best part was...the great space? The most supportive people? The awesome community response? The sandwiches??
Thanks to everyone who has stopped in to one of my shows recently! I'm working on new pieces for upcoming 2018 events and will post here as the dates approach!
I will be showing two pieces at the Art/Not Terminal Gallery in the Seattle Center for the 2017 Bumbershoot Festival. Jurors include Chris Weber (Executive Directer, One Reel), Lele Barnette (Curator of the Microsoft Art Collection, a Managing Principal and Art Collection Consultant at The Lumiere Group, and a curator for the Washington State Arts Commission), and Elisheba Johnson (Public Art Program, Project Manager for Office of Arts & Culture).
There is a free reception on Thursday, August 31st from 5pm-7pm. The show is open to Bumbershoot attendees over Labor Day weekend, September 1-3, 2017.
In September and October, I had the opportunity to display work at Cafe Tornio at 422 Yale Ave. N in South Lake Union. The shop rotates artists every couple of months, so stop by often to see what other talent comes out of Seattle!
Stop in Wheelhouse Coffee at 2113 Westlake Ave. through the month of July to see a curated collection of my particle and landscape watercolors. Grab a cup of coffee and don't miss checking in on the Amazon spheres under construction nearby!
Come see a collection of my watercolors on display at Victrola Coffee Roasters, located at 310 E Pike St. in Seattle!