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Sarah D. King

ARTIST: Sarah D. King
STOREFRONT LOCATION: 440 Terry Ave N
Sarah was born and raised near Olympia, WA on Oyster Bay. Her engagement with the creative arts has been a lifelong endeavor. After a career in dance she completed her degree in Hispanic Studies at Columbia University in New York. She returned to the Pacific Northwest in 2010 and it was at this point that she first picked up a camera.
In June of 2019 Sarah completed her Certificate in Fine Art Photography from the Photographic Center Northwest with her culminating body of work, The Dormant Gesture. Her solo show from January-March […]

Meg Murch

ARTIST: Meg Murch
STOREFRONT LOCATION: 207 Boren Ave N
Meg Murch is a Seattle based sculptor creating portrait busts and mid scale figurative sculptures. Her early experience with wood carving, sculpting and painting were self taught. She graduated from The Evergreen State College after studying art, economics and labor history. Preferring not to be poverty bound, she enrolled in vocational training as a machinist and then worked for 30 years at Boeing as a model maker. This was a blue-collar trade and involved building with metal, wood and plastics, and with instrumentation and wind tunnel testing work on commercial airplane models. […]

Nino Yuniardi

ARTIST: Nino Yuniardi
STOREFRONT LOCATION: 333 Boren Ave N

I was born in Indonesia and grew up exploring the crowded city of Jakarta, the back woods of Java island, and later the contrastingly fresh air of Seattle. As a teenager, Salvador Dalí, Mr. Tino Sidin (an Indonesian artist cartoonist), and many random design publications from around the world inspired my initial art making.

As a minority kid, I was ethnically Chinese and the majority was not. The kids in my neighborhood constantly bullied and made fun of me. They called me racist names just because I looked different than them. This was […]

Matthew Dockrey

ARTIST: Matthew Dockrey
STOREFRONT LOCATION: 333 Boren Ave N
Matthew Dockrey is a Seattle-area industrial artist with a particular interest in kinetic sculpture of all scales. The history of technology provides the inspiration for much of his work, as well as exploring the beauty of mechanical design. His work has been featured on the Discovery Channel, displayed at Greenwich Observatory in London, and was selected to adorn the 2015 Hugo Award. His large-scale kinetic sculptures can be found at Burning Man, and his public art can increasingly be found in cities around the Pacific Northwest.

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Christopher Hartshorne

ARTIST: Christopher Hartshorne
STOREFRONT LOCATION: 345 Boren Ave N
Christopher Hartshorne is a printmaker and lives in Bellingham, Washington. He worked briefly as a freelance illustrator after receiving his BFA at The Columbus College of Art & Design. After receiving his MFA from Tyler School of Art, he became a founding member of NAPOLEON gallery in Philadelphia. His work is included in several public and private collections including the Woodmere Art Museum, Dickinson College, Hudson County Community College, Brooklyn Art Library and The Philadelphia Free Library Print and Picture Collection. His woodcuts have also been exhibited at The Philadelphia Museum of […]

Carol Rashawnna Williams

ARTIST: Carol Rashawnna Williams
STOREFRONT LOCATION: 345 Boren Ave N

My creative process has spanned more than 20 years and the work I do is not easy, it is not always accepted by the establishment and it is not always understood. Born in Topeka, Kansas in a military family, Carol is the only child of Bessie Williams & Willie C. Williams. Soon after birth Carol and her family moved to Frankfurt Germany where she grew up on a military base and went to German schools until she was 11 ½. At which time she and her mother settled in Tacoma, WA. […]

@LC_installs

ARTIST: @LC_installs
STOREFRONT LOCATION: 535 Terry Ave N

Lauren Clinkenbeard is an emerging installation artist whose work focuses on the elements of identity that contribute to the way we see ourselves and others. Her fascination with identity developed during her time as a performance artist and through her study of communications at the University of Washington. Her work explores the impacts of the conscious and unconscious perceptions of the self on our interactions with people, physical spaces, and social structures. Her process begins with a personal practice she calls “memory mining” in order to create reimagined concepts of familiar or personal […]

Second Growth

ARTIST: Second Growth
STOREFRONT LOCATION: 535 Terry Ave N
Our group, “Second Growth” has evolved through our employer, John Grade. We are comprised of seven artists who develop and fabricate large-scale sculptural works for John. Tonia Arehart is a Seattle based artist whose work serves to communicate her distinct understanding and experience of the world around her. Her work includes processes of assemblage, painting, and sculpting. She favors earth based plasters, wood, paint, ink and natural found objects utilized to create sculptural wall hangings as a medium for the ideas and stories she wishes to convey. Artist Kite Arner’s work focuses […]

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