Still on display for a few more days…at Foster/White the work of glass artist Elin Christopherson features an array of blown glass beakers that contain a mysterious fermenting concoction that “burps” through the trumpet like stoppers as the potions produce their own gases.
The various liquids themselves are quite beautiful in an array of liquid pastel colors. Each bottle comes with it’s own recipe for the fermenting process.
Touted as Seattle’s smallest gallery and the brainchild of photographer Todd Jannausch is the installation of Gallery 206. The concept is a phone booth installed in Occidental Park in Pioneer Square. The booth features the work of 206 Seattle area artists and displays visual and audio installations as well as a phonebook containing artwork. Oh.. did I mention that I am one of the artists invited to participate? I’m in the book!
You can also catch it on Art Zone from the June 3rd episode. Nancy Guppy features the booth at the very end of the episode. The same show I featured in my last post and you can view it here….Art Zone
I have one slot left for my July workshop. It’s a 2-Day class with an optional extra third workday added. July 29, 30 & 31. You can sign up for the class or the workday or both. This is my last scheduled workshop for a while so now is the time to come if you are interested.
Tonight on Art Zone, Nancy Guppy features a segment on the emerging art spaces at INScape where my studio is located. The video really captures the essence of the building and what it’s like to be a working artist in the former INS building. The show includes some great commentary by my studio neighbor, Michael Cepress, who very thoughtfully sums up my feelings about INScape as well. There are some quick cameo snippets of me working in the studio: a few seconds in at the opening of the segment and another snippet mid-way through. Also among those featured are the dancers from Manifold Motion and artist, Michael Harrison. You can view the video below. The show will first air tonight on Channel 21 at 8pm and again at 11:30 with additional repeats and airtime on PBS 9. Check out the Seattle Channel’s website for more air dates.