The community arts and music organization celebrates the ongoing work of a like-minded group
Not long ago, a visit to the old Seattle Public Utilities North Transfer Station in Wallingford (1350 N 34th St.) meant driving into a dark, stench-ridden structure surrounded by a thin concrete shell, where giant, dinosaur-like excavators consume
Occidental Park isn't the only downtown spot showing off its artistic side.
Debuted this week, a new art piece in Westlake Park showcases a dozen 11-foot "cranes" that boast neon colors at night.
If you haven't had occasion to meander through Pioneer Square's Occidental Park lately, then you've likely missed its late-summer, early-fall treasure: a show-stopping art installation from local artist Sophia Wheelwright, up now through mid-October.
Painter, author and essayist Barbara Earl Thomas is among Seattle’s most emotionally evocative and socially engaged artists.
With Laura Yeats' touch, madrona trees become beautiful vessels
Joan Wortis’ home studio just off Wax Orchard Road on Vashon Island, is the ideal spot for indulging the artist’s creative side. “The island is a great place to work,” Wortis says.
Ceramist Carolina Silva blends artistic influences from her native Spain and natural elements inspired by the Pacific Northwest into the handmade pottery pieces she creates for her line Dorotea Ceramics.
In arts and in fashion, Tariqa Waters is unapologetically herself
Whether your idea of a perfect winter activity is getting out to revel in the chill or holing up someplace warm, you’re bound to find something you’ll love in our list of hidden gems and perennial favorites.
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