Josh Nihem is a Surveyor and Inspector for the Port of Seattle. In his free time he builds long boards and creates his own designs for them, often with fish themes. He has also been collecting vintage skateboards that are on view.
Port employee Sue Roth has an amazing talent for watercolor.
Be sure to check out her work.
We are thrilled to be featuring the work of Emily Squire, a very talented young artist. Stop by the T117 Project Office and view her work through February.
I work with many mediums; my current favorite is watercolor and dye. My style has a broad range especially since I use many mediums. Each medium lends its own strengths and weaknesses to one another.
Other mediums I work with are: Oil, Acrylic, Pen and Ink, Scratch board, Pastels (oil & soft), charcoal, colored pencils, jewelry making, wire wrapping, and three dimensional art such as The Cube.”
Thank you artists for bringing your magical creations. Your hard work, creativity and talent is what this sale is all about. Thank you South Park community and beyond for supporting these local artists. We love it when you show up in force like that! You really know how to party. And thanks to all the volunteers behind the scenes for making the whole thing happen. What a festive day for all. Happy Holidays from South Park Arts.
We’re thrilled to announce the artists selling at 2013’s Art Under $100. Check it out. Over 50 artists this year!
|Amanda White||Jewelry and Quilts|
|Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys||Angels, Goddesses, and Demons|
|Amber Marie Austin||Creepy Halloween Pop|
|Andrea and David Lisch||Forged Metals|
|Anita Williamson||Albums and Baby|
|Bill Reiswig||Woodblock, Intaglio, Letterpress|
|Bonnie Stenzel||Fabric/Fiber Art|
|Carmen Stark||Jewelry and Paintings|
|Carol Rose Dean||Clay Tile and Planters|
|Catherine Thompson||Repurposed Wood Wine Racks|
|Cammi and Cathy Chase||Glass and Jewelry|
|Colleen Lindsey||Fabric Art/Recycled Bags|
|Cyn Moore||Map Jewelry & Magnets|
|Deborah Stachowic||Encaustic Paintings and Glass Jewelry|
|Elizabeth Knopf||Eclectic Art and Design|
|hhgoods||Felt Ornaments and Accessories|
|Jason Frost||Metal Prints and Sculpture|
|Jill Amsberry||Clothes for Kids|
|Kelly Bosley and Lisa deWilde||Matchbox Art and Giclees|
|Katy Ellis and Janine Lange||Upcycled Sweaters|
|Leslie Nan Moon||Linocuts and Woodcuts|
|Lettie Haggard||Garden Angels|
|Mary Denend and Sarah Barrick||Encaustic and Jewelry|
|Maureen Carroll and Keely Carroll-Mahon||Photography and 2-D Art|
|Paul Hagopian and Missy James||Acrylic Paintings|
|PJ Sheehy and Samantha Malay||Leather Bags and Fabric/Beeswax Collages|
|Sandy Thatcher||Porcelain Pottery|
|Toni Wells||Pyrography and Sculpture|
|Wren Crosleycone||Culinary and Bath Salt|
- We’ll have fun party tunes with the return of DJ dpauly and DJ Stack. You’ll probably end up dancing, even if you try not to.
- The Makery is back! In case you haven’t experienced it, it’s creative, all-ages crafts with an amazing mobile art lab that runs on recycled materials. Take something super sweet home with you!
- Our epic art raffle lives on with a winner every 30 minutes! You could win your pick of donated art. Crazy, crazy fun.
- We’ll have festive beverages and light fare inside, plus some rockin’ food trucks outside for more substantial grub.
Speaking of fun, if you have five minutes to spare, you can watch the build-up, the crazy bliss and the final take-down of last year’s Art Under $100 event in a fascinating time lapse video by our friend Jenna Pool. It’ll remind you why there’s no way you can miss this year’s show!
Finally, here’s the Facebook invite to share with your best chums.
See that crowd there? That’s the throng of happy shoppers at Art Under $100 2012. What keeps them so happy? Beside the incredible art and atmosphere, it’s a crew of helpful elves behind the scenes. The AU100 volunteers are a cheerful and capable bunch that want to support South Park, their favorite local artists and art in general.
We need help setting up and breaking down before and after the event. And we need help serving food and drinks, selling merchandise and most of all selling raffle tickets! (If you like dressing up—in costume or all elegant-like, chatting up the crowds and bringing in the cash, this is the fun post for you.) Shifts are a super easy two hour commitment, leaving you plenty of time to shop for yourself.
Want to see the AU100 Volunteer Army at work? Check out this amazing video from last year, courtesy of Jenna Pool.
If you want to be part of a very fun evening, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.