Holiday Art Fair

| November 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
December 14, 2013 @ 9:00 pm – December 15, 2013 @ 12:00 am
1508 11th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
Diana Adams

2013HolidayArtFair_Ad_PostcardWEB_REVISEDVermillion is offering a chance to view and purchase a diverse selection of art by artists represented by 7 talented local dealers – some who have alternative ways of selling art, others who are either newly opened or are underrepresented in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Our first annual Holiday Art Fair will feature reasonably priced fine art that is available to purchase immediately to take home – everything from rare prints to framed paintings. Food and drink will be available and all ages are welcome.

Participating Dealers:
Blindfold Gallery
Cullom Gallery
M.I.A. Gallery
Photo Center NW
Roq La Rue
About the Dealers:
BLINDFOLD GALLERY is a collaboration between painter Sara Long, attorney Scott Burk & painter Laura Hamje. Blindfold Gallery is a uniquely designed, 2 1/2 story building. Our focus is solo and group exhibitions of emerging and mid-career local artists.The space is transformed every month with each new installation.

Cullom Gallery is a Seattle art gallery, exhibiting online and in pop-up locations throughout the city. Founded in 2007, the Gallery historically occupied physical spaces in Pioneer Square and the International District; in 2013, Cullom Gallery left its brick and mortar past in favor of its current mobile model.
Through exhibits and flat file inventory, Cullom Galley focuses on historic and contemporary works on paper by artists from Japan, the U.S. and Europe.  The Gallery currently represents 14 contemporary artists from the U.S., Mexico, Germany and Japan, working in media of Japanese-style woodblock printing (moku hanga), drawing, and paper cutting. Cullom Gallery’s historic inventory includes traditional Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints and modern Japanese prints from the early 20th century.
A schedule of the Gallery’s Mobile Showings is available on its Facebook Page: and at:

LxWxH – is a contemporary art gallery located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle Washington. The focus of LxWxH is to represent innovative emerging artists through solo exhibitions and thoughtfully curated ideas. Exhibitions feature work spanning a wide range of media from highly conceptual installation, video, and process-based works to more traditional and sometimes representational painting and drawing.  Historically, Length Width Height has been a subscription project – a box of art – with two original pieces of work by two artists, and an essay or literary project by a featured writer.
This project was founded by Seattle artist and curator Sharon Arnold which came out of the idea that art should be sustainable and accessible. By collaborating with Seattle artists and writers, LxWxH provides an avenue to bring people together and collect art in an affordable and approachable way. The gallery space continues this tradition, featuring a varied collection of small and large works during its month-long shows, and will eventually open its doors for community events such as workshops, lectures, and readings. Compelled by the interest of creating more opportunities for artists in Seattle, Sharon Arnold and silent partner Kirsten Anderson are confident that LxWxH will not simply be a gallery, but a community space, thus continuing to break the mold of what a gallery can traditionally be.LxWxH is open each Saturday from 12-3, by appointment, every three months during its launch parties for the subscription project which will continue; and of course with its doors wide-open every second Saturday for Georgetown Art Attack –

M.I.A. Gallery – Opened in Seattle (WA), in 2012, the mission of M.I.A Gallery is to expose North America to exceptional work, juxtaposing talented emerging artists with established contemporary artists from Africa, America, Europe and Middle-East.
Focusing on African Contemporary Art, the premiere opening show “Studio Bamako”, was presented with a wide collection of photographs from the world-renowned Malian artist, Malick Sidibé. M.I.A Gallery has become a powerful space of expression for the artistic and cultural revolution currently happening on the African continent. Institutions, curators, collectors and the general public alike are showing tremendous interest and support. M.I.A Gallery has also become an exciting platform for its artists, and created the first solo US exhibitions to Soly Cissé, Bruce Clarke, Delphine Diallo, Negar Farajiani, Sofie Knijff, Baudouin Mouanda.
Always looking for new artistic movements, M.I.A Gallery is dedicated to bringing unique opportunities for collectors and art lovers as well as helping promote outstanding artists from and around the world.

Photo Center NW – Photographic Center Northwest (PCNW) is celebrating its 20th anniversary as the region’s leader in photographic education through exhibitions, artist resources, photographic facilities, educational offerings, and public programs. PCNW is the only organization of its kind in Seattle, dedicated exclusively to the global language of today—photography— and those who practice it and appreciate it. Over the last 20 years PCNW has presented important exhibitions by masters of the trade such as Elliott Erwitt, Weegee, Mary Ellen Mark, Vivian Maier, and Graciela Iturbide, as well as exhibiting the work of emerging artists such as Rachel Papo, Ken Rosenthal, and Julie Blackmon before they became internationally known.
PCNW is committed to artists and their practice, providing a range of opportunities to engage with the gallery, facilities and the staff and community through exhibitions, fellowships, education scholarships, portfolio reviews, lectures, and limited edition prints. Our limited edition prints present the work of regional and national emerging and mid-career artists at accessible price points, allowing everyone to bring art into their homes.

Roq La Rue – Since opening in 1998, Roq La Rue has been an integral part of the Pop Surrealism/Underground Contemporary art movement. We continue to exhibit established artists in the genre as well as fostering emerging artists, many of whom go on to great acclaim in the Pop Surrealism and Contemporary art scene. Our emphasis is on art that embodies technical craftsmanship blended with fantastical imagery and visually dynamic narratives.

SEASON is committed to the promotion and exhibition of emerging and established artists working in all media and intends to provide the opportunity to engage in art experiences while providing artists an opportunity to network with other artists as well as collectors, curators and the public.


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