Sunday, March 21, 2010

"Fabulous Local Art"

In West Seattle, at the junction of California and Alaska, tucked behind Easy Street you will find Twilight Artist Collective, a delightful art boutique. Twilight boasts over 100 members who sell hand made goods that range from jewelery to T-Shirts to art toys to paintings largely created by Seattle-based artists. It's a really fun shop to poke around in and the best part, is the adjoining gallery space in the back.

I was invited to participate in a show here called 10 + Change, curated by local painter Kate Protage which 10 local artists who all made one 10" x 10" piece, and several smaller works, hence the name. Swing by West Seattle in the next week or so, as the show closes on April 2nd, and check out TwAC and the exhibition!

The show features works from: Michelle Anderst, Cheryl Robinson, Chris Sheridan, Ryan Molenkamp, Sharon Arnold, Zanethka Kralova Garwonski, Cristin Ford, Robroy Chalmers, Chris Crites, and James Caudle.

Check it out-

Shot of the Twilight wares, with a large work by Kate Protage prominent on the back wall.

Another interior shot

10 + Change installation view

above - work by James Caudle

work by Chris Crites

work by Sharon Arnold

work by Zanethka Kralova Garwonski

work by Cristin Ford (sorry for the reflections-these were quick snapshots)

work by Robroy Chalmers

work by Ryan Molenkamp (me)

work by Chris Sheridan

work by Cheryl Robinson

work by Michelle Anderst

looking West on Alaskan towards Cupcake Royal - mural by John Osgood

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