November Fremont First Friday Artwalk Tonight
By master · November 4th, 2011 · No Comments
It’s that time again. Friday, November 4th is the first Friday on the month and so the Fremont First Friday Art Walk will go down between 6-9 pm.
Some of the displays and presentations include:
Venue: 704 Gallery
704 N. 34th St., Seattle WA 98103
Anderson’s paintings juxtapose traditional themes with contemporary issues; women’s rights, sexual orientation and the environment, painted in an arresting realistic style. In addition to the Nov. 4th art walk, this exhibit is open during Fremont Sunday market and by appointment.
1300 N Northlake Way
Britt Rynearson designs bold, original textiles and clothing in both wall hanging and wearable forms. Her rich background as a textile artist, modern aesthetic, and training in the Japanese art of Arashi shibori has garnered her work considerable attention; Rynearson has had work exhibited at the Smithsonian and the Philadelphia Museum, has been featured regularly in national art and craft publications, and her designs are carried by boutiques nationwide. Influential training came from: a fine art degree from Scripps College, courses at Fuji Studios in Florence, Italy, a live/work experience in a Balinese village to study ikat and silk weaving. She has taught fine art and surface design courses since 2002, and currently serves part time on the faculty of Gage Academy of Art and Cornish College of Design, among others.
1051 N. 35th St.
Dan has been making images for over 30 years, exploring a range of subjects from nature to architecture, abstract to surreal. In that time he has had the good fortune to see some of them in publications such as American Photo and Nature’s Best and has garnered awards in both the U.S. and Europe.
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