Posts Tagged ‘Art Under $100’
It’s time to unveil this year’s T shirt design, and oh how we love it so. Created by our very own Elizabeth Knopf, the design features South Park animals doing South Park things. Observe:
There’s the goose working on her game for South Park Putts Out · the pit bull chomping on a chew toy from a South Park tire shop · the champion chicken Luchedore · the raccoon after a day of constructing the South Park bridge (or deconstructing your garbage can) · the Yo Quiero TacoTruck chihuahua · and the salmon excited for fishing season.
The whole idea came from a night at Loretta’s, a LiquorDoodle night where South Park Artists socialize and create with the help of adult beverages. Elizabeth took all the crazy ideas and made them come to life in her sketch pad. The best part, of course, is you can own this design too. Want to see the design on actual clothing? on actual human beings? Check out these hotties:
The design will be available as a print and a greeting card at Elizabeth’s booth too. Don’t miss the sale and miss out on a chance to own one of these gems. If you can’t make the sale, contact email@example.com and we’ll talk sizes, colors, availability. See you Saturday!
We’re thrilled to announce this year’s artists selling at Art Under $100…
Jodee Adams-Moore: Handmade Pottery
Rebecca Aldrich: Tiny Wearable Metal Art
Jill Amsberry: Recycled Clothing for Smalls
Sean Balko: Fine Art Photography
Bonnie Bennedsen: Watercolor Paintings and Cards
Jennifer Bennett: Jewelry
Cathy Chase and Cammi Chase: Glass, Jewelry
Carol Clifford: Letterpress
Wren and Aaron Crosleycone: Salts
Koko Dahlquist: Neon
Carol Rose Dean: Clay Tile and Bowls
Lisa DeWilde: Cards, Prints, Ornaments
Lawn Daisies (Katy Ellis and Janine Lange): Upcycled Wearables Childrens Bowls
Catherine Grisez: Jewelry
Lettie Haggard: Garden Angels
Paul Hagopian: Acrylic Paintings
Ken Hall: Functional Wooden Wares
Boba Jankovic: Jewelry
Elizabeth Knopf and Jason Frost: Wearable Art and Illustrations
Elise Koncsek: Perspectives on Beautiful Realism
Judy Lane: Mixed Media and Photographs
Colleen Lindsey: Fabric Arts, Recycled Cashmere
Andrea and David Lisch: Hand-Forged Metal Art
Melissa Misoda: Hand-Blown Glass
Leslie Nan Moon: Linocuts
Cyn Moore: Necklaces of Vintage Maps
Rusty Oliver: Industrial Art
Leah Pastrana: Vintage Inspired Jewels
Jenna Pool: Photography On Sustainable Woodblock
Kyle Rees: Jewelry
Amaranta Sandys: Dia de Muertos Milagros and Angels
Jessie Slagle: Hair and Fashion Accessories
Deborah Stachowic: Encaustic Paintings
Carmen Stark: Refurbished/ Reworked Vintage Jewelry
Bonnie Stenzel: Toys and Fabric Art
Sandy Thatcher: Functional Porcelain Pottery
Kristin Tollefson: Small Sculptures and Wearables
Priscilla Vassao: Silver Jewelry
Amanda White: Jewelry, ornaments, blankets
Anita Williamson: Chipboard Mini-Albums
Jason Williamson: Wooden toys and gifts
Wendy Woldenberg: Jewelry
When: Saturday, December 1st from 3-9 pmSome of our very favorite artists plus new to AU100 artists! Remember the deets:
- Where: South Park Community Center at 8319 8th Ave S. Seattle WA 98108
- FYIs: Free admission / Some artists accept only cash or check / Limited parking at the site but pretty abundant street parking
- And the fun stuff: A live DJ, kid’s crafts with The Makery and a raffle every 30 minutes! Seriously. It’s crazy. Seriously.
Here’s the Facebook invite if you’d like to pass along to your friends and famz.
It’s that time of year. The AU100_2012_Application2 is now available!
Gather the best pix of your art, fill out the form, print it and send it in. Full instructions are in the document. Submission deadline is September 25th! Don’t miss out on the extreme mirth that is Art Under $100.
If you’re a South Parker, you’re mighty aware of this neighborhood icon. It’s a beaten down, funky piece of historical treasure, now modified into a modern design and all colored up. We’ve got T-shirts (lots of larger sizes this year), warm zipper hoodies and a limited quantity of beautiful aprons. The unique color combinations are super striking–Check em:
We have to say it. Sales from this merchandise keep SPArts chugging along. Without it, we couldn’t host fun, free events like Art Under $100. Grab some South Park pride at the sale this very Saturday:
- Ts: $15
- Aprons: $20
- Hoodies: $30
- Bandanas: $5
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Wendy Woldenberg
SOUTH PARK ARTS ANNOUNCES 7TH ANNUAL ART UNDER $100 HOLIDAY SALE
SEATTLE: The 7th Annual Art Under $100 sale takes place Saturday, December 3, in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood. Sponsored by South Park Arts, Art Under $100 showcases work by artists who live and work in South Park.
Who: South Park Arts
What: 7th Annual Art Under $100 Event
When: Saturday, December 3 from 3:00pm-10:00pm
Where: South Park Community Center, 8319 8th Ave. S, Seattle, 98108
Price: Free Entry. Art Raffle every 30 minutes.
South Park artists will knock your stockings off with original, edgy works not seen at a typical holiday sale. What’s more, everything’s affordable with nothing priced over $100. The event features a diverse array of art, including painting, sculpture, neon, jewelry, clothing, photography, glass, letterpress and more. And this year, the number of artists doubles.
How? Art Under $100 2011 is moving to a new venue. Its wild popularity forced the event out of the charming old firehouse and into South Park’s Community Center for some much needed space. Shoppers won’t see a mundane gym. They will experience a warm, intimate wonderland perfect for socializing and looking for treasure.
Wine, appetizers, the sounds of DJ MQuin… You’ll actually enjoy holiday shopping. Plus every half hour lucky winners get their pick of art donated by participating artists. (Raffle tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5.) Proceeds benefit the South Park Teen Program and South Park Arts, an organization dedicated to supporting, representing, and promoting art and artists in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood.
Don’t miss the holiday party of the season.
For more information, visit: http://www.southparkarts.org
Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/South-Park-Arts/130315736986396
View photos of past sales: http://www.southparkarts.org/events/past-events/2009-art-under-100