Events

We have a new calendar

We have a new calendar

  Check it out here: http://vermillionseattle.com/events/

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CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR THE UP-TO-DATE CALENDAR

CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR THE UP-TO-DATE CALENDAR

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Our Calendar is on the sidebar to your right. These are recurring events. CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UPDATED EVENTS https://www.facebook.com/pg/VermillionGalleryBar/events/ >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> We have all kinds of events here: Art openings, poetry and book readings, music and dance installations, DJ’s, non-profit fundraisers and more. If you are interested in booking anything or have questions, please […]

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Press

‘Vermilion/Vermillion’ open to interpretation

‘Vermilion/Vermillion’ open to interpretation

The energetic shapes in the abstract exhibit at Vermillion Art Gallery and Bar are untethered to reality. By Gary Faigin Special to The Seattle Times The voluptuous pink paintings of Ellen Ziegler, now on view at Vermillion on Capitol Hill, depict roly-poly floating objects that are unmoored from everyday reality. Like other artists who practice […]

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A GIF Comic Tour of Bruce Bickford’s Magical Home Animation Studio in SeaTac, WA

A GIF Comic Tour of Bruce Bickford’s Magical Home Animation Studio in SeaTac, WA

The famed Frank Zappa collaborator and claymation master walks us through his incredible, crazy garage. By Kelton Sears Wed., Jan 21 2015 at 05:27PM Bickford in his living room, where he spends most his time drawing vampires nowadays. Photo by Kelton Sears. Getting to spend a day with local animation legend Bruce Bickford for my […]

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Seattle Weekly by Kelton Sears

Seattle Weekly by Kelton Sears

Bruce Bickford Vs. Time Famed for the stop-motion movies he created for Frank Zappa in the ’70s, the artist hopes to finish his magnum opus for a new generation of fans. By Kelton Sears Tue., Jan 13 2015 at 05:31PM   Bickford at a Des Moines store where he likes to draw. Photos by Kelton […]

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Best of King 5 – Vote Here!

Best of King 5 – Vote Here!

BEST Art Gallery

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Art

Luminous Garden. Opening Thursday, DECEMBER 8, 2016. 6-9pm

Luminous Garden. Opening Thursday, DECEMBER 8, 2016. 6-9pm

Walk through an otherworldly garden biosphere filled with luminous flora and fauna. Arrive on another planet to find an immersive, unpredictable, alien landscape. You will experience nature re-conceived, blurring the lines between plant and critter, between life and technology, and between art and science. Opening night party: Thursday Dec 8, 5-8pm (Capitol Hill Art Walk) […]

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Kelly O & Alex Garland: Three Days at Standing Rock. Opening Thursday, NOVEMBER 10, 2016. 6-9pm

Kelly O & Alex Garland: Three Days at Standing Rock. Opening Thursday, NOVEMBER 10, 2016. 6-9pm

©2016 Kelly O KELLY O & ALEX GARLAND THREE DAYS AT STANDING ROCK: A Fundraising Photography Show for the #NoDAPL Movement in North Dakota OPENING THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2016 6-9PM w/ music byPaul Cheyok’ten Wagner & Sacred Water (Show runs through 12/3/16) It started with a video. On September 3rd, 2016, journalist and author Amy Goodman of […]

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Ann Duffy – New Paintings: Seattle & Palm Springs. Opening Thursday, OCTOBER  13, 2016. 6-9pm

Ann Duffy – New Paintings: Seattle & Palm Springs. Opening Thursday, OCTOBER 13, 2016. 6-9pm

  ©ANN DUFFY, 18×14”, “The Tracks”, Oil on canvas. “Light is what inspires me, finding beauty in the mundane.  I paint in the realist tradition; cityscapes of Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Palm Springs.  I like capturing the dissonance of different eras colliding in the changing urban landscape. My work has been shown at the Davidson […]

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REBIRTH – YOONA LEE. Opening Thursday, SEPTEMBER 8, 2016. 6-9pm

REBIRTH – YOONA LEE. Opening Thursday, SEPTEMBER 8, 2016. 6-9pm

In Rebirth, visual artist and activist Yoona Lee creates a meditative, liberational space by lining the gallery with realistic portraits of 14 Black Lives Matter victims—from Michael Brown to Korryn Gaines—drawn in white chalk on black boards. Each drawing is created using a composite of photos sourced online to produce a more intimate, fleshed-out representation […]

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