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Fremont First Friday Art Walk On June 3rd

By master · June 2nd, 2011 · No Comments

It’s that time again. Friday, June 3rd is the first Friday on the month and so the Fremont First Friday Art Walk will go down between 6-9 pm.

It’s a special Fremont Fair-themed Art Walk and if you’d like to play a part in making the Fair as fantastic as possible, here’s your chance:

With the Fremont Fair coming up, we need help creating lots of colorful adornments for the grand event! Artist Sonia Telesco will have a tent set up next to the Lenin statue during the art walk, where she will be sharing her celebration art tie dye techniques to create this community art project; an assemblage of hand painted banners decorating the street and stages for the Solstice Parade! All ages welcome to participate (kid friendly with adult assist). There is no charge for this fantastic lesson in celebration arts, but you can always donate to the Fremont Arts Council & the Solstice Parade at this link.

Some of the other locations and artists on the walk include…

Venue: EVO Timesinfinity Art Gallery
Address: 122 NW 36th St.
Exhibit: Steve Lestat, Sculpture
Ever wonder what life-size replicas of your favorite spaceships and ray guns would look like? Well wonder no longer. Join us in the Timesinity Gallery on June 3rd for Future Archeology by Steve Lestat.

Venue: Frame Up Studios
Address: 3515 Fremont Ave. N
Artist: Kat Taylor, Sculpture

Seattle sculptor Kat Taylor creates abstract life-size sculptures in clay. Much of her work poses questions, and makes assertions, about the development of the inner life. Images of flame, bird, root, blood, fire appear on her pieces, drawing from the realms of Neolithic art, depth psychology, and a variety of religious and poetic traditions.

Venue: Kylie’s Chicago Pizza
Address: 3601 Fremont Ave N., #101 (entrance on 36th)
Artist: Margot Bird, Acrylic Paintings
Margot Bird is a prolific Seattle artist working with a variety of materials. Her abstracted figurative paintings push boundaries and are pleasantly unsettled in their composition. Margot has exhibited in numerous galleries in Seattle and Wisconsin. These two examples are acrylic paints on distressed wood. Regular hours: Tu-Th 5-10pm,

For a full list of events, artists and venues, check out the First Friday site. Happy walking!

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