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REMEMBER ME is both a living poem and a visual benediction to those so often overlooked, dismissed, or forgotten in our communities. Inspired by the power of poetic connections, REMEMBER ME is a metaphor for our unbroken bloodline of human resilience and survival. Vermillion presents selections from a growing archive of collaborative, multimedia works collected […]
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 […]
Vermillion Art Gallery and Bar celebrates its 8th anniversary this June with an idea whose time has come: “Vermillion/Vermilion”, a show of new work by Ellen Ziegler. The artist has worked exclusively with the color vermilion for the past three years. Ziegler‘s last body of work was featured in a solo show called “Vermilion”, at LxWxH Gallery […]
WOMEN ON THE BRINK – Curated by Tracy Rector OPENING: Thursday, MAY 12, 2016, 6-9pm w/ LIVE BAND starting at 6:30 – Brazilian music by Entre Mundos Quarteto. Words by Michelle Peñaloza, Quenton Baker, Chelsea Werner-Jatzke, Nahaan, and Julie Trimingham and official launch of Julie’s new book “Way Elsewhere”. EXHIBIT DURATION: May 12 – June […]
DEEP KNOWLEDGE AND THE PASSING WEATHER A K Mimi Allin After spending the winter nose-into a stack of metaphysical-spiritual texts, conceptual artist A K Mimi Allin is opening her investigation of self to the public. Starting with the idea of self as source, Allin will take up a practice of writing and breathing and various […]
“Wanderlust” A series of paintings which aim to capture the impulse to travel and the accompanying experience of complete abandon. Gallery representation: Bryan Ohno Bio: Laura Hamje has been painting in Seattle since 2004. Her most recent shows were “Edge of the World” at Imogen Gallery in Astoria, OR (2015) and “Milieu” at Koplin Del […]
Our purpose is to represent and unite artists and listeners who actively contribute to a forward-thinking community, wholly devoted to the advancement of New Music. Founded by musicians and for musicians, Table & Chairs is a Seattle-based record label devoted to the development of new music, with a prominent improvisational jazz influence. We represent artists […]
Jazz Mom is a Seattle based mixed media street artist, creative consultant, and catcher of dreamz. Born in the early 80’s in Boulder, CO, Jazzy was raised by a strong, single, mother and mentor. Shrouded by an ever-present theme of spirituality, mysticism, and transcendence, Jazzy is constantly dawn to the notion divinity, and a search for that which is beyond […]
Shenzhen & Tokyo – Viola Gaskell, Thursday, January 14, 2016. 6-9pm (Show runs through February 6, 2016)
Shenzhen Understandably, China is often seen as an un-relatable place, yet it is exceedingly important to the global economy. I hope that these photographs impart some semblance of relatability simply towards the people, the individuals that create the aggregate. Shenzhen was one of the fastest growing cities in the world in the 90s and 2000s. […]
‘Mo-Wave! Art Exhibition 2015, Thursday, November 12, 2015 6-9pm (Show runs through December 5, 2015)
Curated by Davora Lindner & Steven Miller A starting point for the exhibition is Okwui Enzewor’s introductory essay for the 56th la Biennale di Venezia entitled “The State of Things”. Acknowledging that every exhibition exists in a “moment of disturbance” and the “…debris that grows from this moment and rises ever skyward, along with the events that […]