” The Cooper Artists are hosting a silent auction for their upcoming Open House. Tonight is a chance to get a preview of the work, and place a bid. The proceeds will go to support continued Youngstown programming and the artists. Come and see the great work being produced in the big brick building in the Del.”
2.Hotwire staff have joined artist forces to present their first all staff show. Blayne Walsh, Jessica Jones, Kerry McMasters and Mia Biglardi will be showcasing art of various mediums.
4.The newest miniature landscapes by Seattle artist, Jennifer Phillips, are connected by themes of soft light, warm autumn colors, and a soothing sense of calm. Her oil paintings on wood panel have often been described as contemporary realism. Trees and vast fields are focus of her subject matter and are inspired by her travels through Eastern Washington. These intimate miniatures are embellished with delicate surface cracks and, while timeless, have an almost antique-like feel. Her most recent show at Clementines titled “Small Travels”, is surely to top your art walk experience! Come in and satisfy your holiday gift giving needs! For a preview please visit
5.Stacie L Kentop
6.We are very excited to present this amazing art featuring Pino Cherchi from Italy along with Dale Calkin, Laura Green, Krissy Maier & catered by Emerald Cove.
11.Sheila Schouten, This time, I’ll be showing a colorful chalk pastel barn series as well as a few “nature” oil paintings. My work can be seen athttp://sheilaschouten.carbonmade.com/ as well.
12.Wild Rose’s presents Marilyn Van Cleave Ullin, impressionistic artist using oil and acrylics.
16.Jenna Colby paintings.Come celebrate the fall of the us economy!
17.Christine Brooks “the Urban Landscape” One of the things that I frequently encounter as I walk the surrounding areas near my small city dwelling are the hundreds of flyers and posters that people fasten to just about any surface they can; telephone poles, metal pipes, walls, you name it. Any piece of empty space is fair game, and in many cases, people tear down or simply paste over what someone may have put there only a short while ago.
Like the bark of an old tree, my eye often wanders to the textures and interesting visuals that these posters and their surroundings create. Just as in nature, the human and natural elements often alter those textures, creating new ones in their place. Digital SLR photos www.jerseygirlphotography.com
18. 8 limbs yoga presents work from yoga teacher Gregg Turner, “Reflections of silence.” the photos reflect my attempts to capture in an image the quality of silence i experience when i sit with my master teacher.
19.Carol McSharry Griffin, paintings, “Mountain Traveler”
20. “Hats, Frogman, and New York City” Emily Williamson is a resident of West Seattle. She is 38 years old. She loves patterns and color and the texture of paint. The pieces are all acrylic and range from portraits to humorous illustrations.
21.Georgia Blu is proud to present the photography of Heather Quintans,
Seattle’s favorite children and family photographer as voted for in both
Seattle’s Child and Parentmap Magazines in 2005 and 2007.
She creates portraits of babies, children and family in a natural style.
22.Brian White, Kenneth Susynski, Suzanne Gardner
AMERICAN ICON Three daring artists use collage, oil and found-materials sculpture to create discourse, spark dialogue, and challenge the status quo.American Icon was curated specifically to complement the concurrent stage production at ArtsWest, Black Gold www.artswest.org
25. NW Art and Frame: Barb Noonan “Bovines, Ovines and Canines”. Barbara Noonan has been painting Fine Art Portraits and recently extended her work to a whimsical view of the animal kingdom. Commissions are available for your own pet. Each original soft pastel painting is done on archival paper. www.MorninNoonanNight.com
26.” a perspective in polaroid photography” Diann Sales and Kathleen Lopez – Long time friends and both polaroid enthusiast are showing their work together. Polariod manipulation is done while the chemicals between the plastic top and backing is still ‘wet’, using a sharp implement to ‘ move ‘ the image around…creating a ” painterly ‘ effect.
|27. Alki Bathhouse Art Studio: Barbara Draper – Abstract Expressionist paintings in acrylic on canvas, each piece having a personal story. Also showing work are artists Jana Ablin, Sharon Ackerlund, Nancy Adams, Barbara Benedetto, Colleen Doherty, Julie Eiselt, Jessica Jee, Jennifer Jennings, Kristie McLean, Richard Pierce, Alison Power, and Janet Skinner.
28.Karen Derby,Photography,This show is a fundraiser to help with expenses related to Karen’s motorcycle accident.
32.“some things” by mat winkelman, a social worker living in west seattle. needs to sell art for beer money, works ranging from death and war to love and flowers. medium varies (oils, wax, lipstick…etc). http://sovietcong.googlepages.com
Connie Conley, self taught, her paintings, crafts & books reflect her love of dogs. Come meet the artist, view her work, and Connie will be available to sign her books as well.
35.The Bohemian is pleased to host these fine local artists:
Stacy Sterling: Ocean-themed acrylics on canvas; vibrant colors,
flowing forms. Large to small canvases. www.basilictextiles.com
Victoria Heuman: Innovative multi-canvas acrylics. Sculpturalwww.jetscapes.com
abstract compositions rich in color and theme.
Brian Nunes: Prints from original oils and acrylics. Surrealist
36.The Body Bar is proud to present jewlery by Cheryl Roe, simply elegant handmade contemporary designs in sterling and gold. Semiprecious stones and vintage glass. Come get your holiday shopping done early!
40. C & P Coffee Company November Art Show, Staci R. Graveley, Impressionistic Landscapes and Nature Inspired Abstracts. Working mainly with cattle markers – oil pastels adding texture to abstract work (anything from flower petals to sand). Cattle markers are an oil-based stick which are literally used in Montana to write on cattle with. www.stacirgraveley.com
42.Youngstown Cultural Arts Center will be be displaying artwork created by Cooper Artist Housing residents “Fire in the Del” Nov.13-Dec. 5 and will be available for public bidding through silent auction. Proceeds support resident artists andYoungstown Cultural Arts Center. Mixed Media, 2D and 3D work www.youngstownarts.org
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