We’ve had so much fun with Tim Marsden’s “Tools of the Revolution” series, that we will continue with it for one more month. Tim has lived and worked in the U.S. and Europe, and now makes his home in Seattle where he has been involved with the local arts community on many levels. He has shown extensively in the area, from his own studio/gallery space, to the Lava Lounge, to Pioneer Square. Tim’s work is a figurative style using a bold palette and cartoonish imagery, while also exploring the darker, more absurd aspects of human existence. To see some of his work, go to http://www.etmarsden.com.
Thursday is also the night of our weekly free wine tasting. On Art Walk Night, August 12, we will be featuring wines from Latin America with our good friend, the fun and knowledgeable, Cat Bodgon, of TGIC Importers. She will be pouring wines from both Chile and Argentina, including Torrontes, Malbec, Carmenere, and Carignan. Come and admire Tim Marsden’s “Tools of the Revolution” while sampling some great wines from Chile and Argentina.