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INScape Highlights

I don’t know where to begin… Last weekend’s opening event at the INScape Arts Building was an overwhelming success. Nearly 3000 visitors walked through the art studios, installations and corridors of the historic INS building. The Seattle Times featured a front page article highlighting the event and public radio station KPLU interviewed many of the participants (including me). This project has attracted some amazing and talented artists and performers who are making their own history and breathing new life into this 80 year old landmark. Too many to list them all but here are just a few worth mentioning:
The image above features dancers from Manifold Motion. The dancers are moving in a room filled with fresh soil. They occupy three spaces on the main floor where they will be performing until the end of November. For performance times and ticket information check out manifoldmotion.com. Scroll down to see more of the art and installations on display.

Artist Jen Mills filled an empty of…

Open Studio

OPENING EVENT  - this weekend!

Sat OCT 16TH - & Sun OCT 17TH , 2010
Art in the former INS building: sculpture, painting, dance, installation, video, sound, light, apocalyptic golf, live music
Saturday: Noon - Midnight
Sunday: Noon - 6pm
Free Admission
815 Airport Way S. www.InscapeArts.org
PASSAGES
For the first time since its opening in 1930, you can tour the entire building, exploring the Passages installations as well as visiting the studios of more than 30 artists working in the building and breathing new life into these spaces.

PASSAGES ARTISTS:
Amineh Ayyad, Barbara Robertson, Chris Buening, Christian French, Danse Perdue, Demi Raven, Evan Shauss, Gail Howard, Helen Gamble, Jacob Fennell, Ju-Pong Lin, Katy Krantz, Ladan Yalzadeh, Manifold Motion, Meg Hartwig, Meghan Trainor, Michael Lyons, Nickolus Meisel, Romson Bustillo, Sidney Ji, Smash Putt, Sol Hashemi, Tim Marsden and more...

OPEN STUDIOS
Alicia Tormey, Anthony Weathers, Bonnie Foster, Caroline Kapp, David Robinson, Dept. of Cu…

Art In Motion

My artwork makes a surprise cameo appearance in the latest promotional video from the Sun Valley / Ketchum Chamber and Visitors Bureau. Scroll down to watch the video and look for images of my work about 25 seconds into the commercial.  I hope it entices you to visit this amazing and magical valley in the Northern Rockies.


 More big studio announcements...I am moving into a new art studio space in Seattle’s International District. My studio is being renovated right now but I hope to be settled in and working there in a few more days.The building will be hosting an open house and community outreach event on October 16th & 17th so mark your calenders. There will be art installations, performance art and studio tours. I will post all the details next week.




Video featuring my artwork!