Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery
Presents John Ohannesian Now!
Recent paintings and publications
Opening Saturday, August 8
Exhibition continues through September 9
EXTENDED! Bruno B. Art Collectif presents Ethan Jack Harrington at Jellyfish Brewing in Georgetown. The show opened on Saturday, July 11th and is being extended until further notice. Best known for his plein air cityscapes, pinups and pop-culture paintings, Ethan has been a fixture of the Northwest art scene for over 20 years. His work has been exhibited in galleries across the country and has been featured in museums, corporate and private collections. Harrington's trademark style of urban impressionism has made his work easily recognizable among collectors. You can see this show via the web here.
Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center
GACC is taking it outside for August resident artists will bring their studios out into the parking lot to share the love with Georgetown trailer park mall. Bone readings by Karen Ferrel. Physical distance, masks, and hand sanitizing required.
Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center
Illumination Studio #305
Established in 1991 as the Mary Tudor art studio, we are one of only three Art studios left in our building. We present a working studio and presentation space in Art Attack with Dari Stolzoff, Ferrell, and Ramona Bell. We offer our style of abstract with warm, vibrant use of color sure to please all. Also don’t miss Luscious Leopard Lips, our talented D.J. with a Theremin, playing atmospheric music in the background.
Side Rail Collective
More work going into side rail collectives hive mind project!
Fogue Studios & Gallery
Saturday August 8th 11:00-6:00
5519 Airport Way South, Seattle
We are pitching tents in our parking lot for an outdoor art mart. It’ll be loaded with tons of art at 50% OFF and ART UNDER $100 also included, antiques and collectables from Susan Wheeler Home and Kirk Albert Vintage Furniture! Socially distance in the gallery and don’t miss artist Scott Gibson and poet Greg Nelson’s solo exhibit. We have a built in grid for social distancing, masks required and sanitizer provided.
Emily Counts & Ko Kirk Yamahira
July 18 - Aug 29, 2020
“We both are creating bridges, loops and connections,” says Emily Counts, adding: “We want to bring happiness to the viewer.” Indeed, the current show manifests the artists’ understanding of art as a playground, where both meditative and hands-on experiences are fused in the joyful and tranquil presence of their art pieces. The artwork on display showcases the artists’ craft and sensitivity, offering intriguing, multifaceted ways of viewing. Each artist chooses an approach that may seem radically different (Counts focuses on connectivity, joining apparently incongruous objects into relationship chains, whereas Yamahira fashions solitary abstract objects by picking apart woven canvas threads and re-threading those on their re-composed frames). But as the dissimilar pieces communicate with one another, they reach a level of uncanny and profound intimacy, wielding the notion of belonging, togetherness and oneness: the core of true happiness for many, and a poignant message for current times.
Lowercase Brewing Company
Home is where your art is.
...a nice collection of works by local artist Geoff Sherwood, also known as SCARAB27 on social media, is now being shown at Lowercase Brewing Company. The show is comprised of acrylic paintings on canvas and spray paint and acrylic on upcycled skateboards.
Check website for individual studio online exhibitions & sales with-in the Equinox buildings.