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BallardWorks Exhibits: “New Eyes, New Perspectives”Untitled
June 20 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
BallardWorks Exhibits: “New Eyes, New Perspectives”
Thursday, June 20th, 2019 6:00pm-9:00pm
BallardWorks, 2856 NW Market St., Seattle 98107
New Eyes, New Perspectives
The work of Ten printmakers will be highlighted in New Eyes, New Perspectives at BallardWorks, 2856 NW Market St. Come see this fresh new work at the June 20th opening reception, 6-9pm. The BallardWorks Print Collective has invited printmakers from throughout greater Seattle to show their work. The artists are Becky Street, Larry Calkins, Colleen Maloney, Dawn Endean, Valerie Rosen, Kristen Vise, Karen Klee-Atlin, Margot Myers, Greg Shaw and Lynn Rosskamp.
Members of the Print Collective will be exhibiting some of their own work relating to the creative process of printmaking. This will include works in progress and artist’s proofs as well as demonstrations in the Print Studio.
This is an exceptional opportunity to meet the artists and ask questions.
Here is information about some of the participating artists:
Becky Street and Larry Calkin –
Larry’s animal cutouts are inspired by his own beloved pets. The shapes are simple yet the personalities and quirks of each animal are evident.. Becky adds color, pattern and repetition to create a narrative for each piece. Together they have created a collection of monoprints and drypoints called back40prints.
Greg Shaw –
Greg is a recent graduate of Seattle Pacific University. The goal of his work is to provoke feelings and thoughts in the viewer and challenge them to interpret the work in an empathetic manner. At the core of his craft is the drawing which works as the foundation of his printmaking, watercolor and acrylic paintings.
Dawn Endean –
Dawn creates evocative imagery combining recognizable images with ambiguous organic forms from the microscopic to the figurative. Her process involves building layers of pattern and color via intaglio plates, painting on plexiglass and collaging. Her work is intricate yet can hold its own.
Margot Myers –
Margot’s formative experience living and working in an indigenous wilderness region of Alaska has shaped her relationship with natural forces and consequently drives the way she wants to present them. “Order and vitality in nature inspire my creative practice.”
Three floors of art studios and exhibition spaces open for the Art Walk during Ballard Night Out on Thursday, June 20th, 2019. Open 6:00-9:00 pm only. Open houses at several of the 20 BallardWorks studios offer a chance to talk to the artists and see their oeuvre. Families with kids, art lovers, collectors, and neighbors are welcome. Enter through the 1st or 2nd floor doors on 30th Avenue NW. Studio artists’ work includes painting, woodworking, sculpture, printmaking, and more, all under one roof.