Gina Kessler Pyrography
Gina started with pyrography, the art of wood burning, in the early 2000s developing her style making Art Books, Journals, and Boxes, which she continues to make today.
Late in 2014, she began working on both acoustic and electric guitars as a new canvas for her work.
Much of her inspiration comes from zoological illustrations, and woodcuts from the Renaissance Period, as well as Celtic and Modern art.
Gina lives with her husband and two pugs in Everett, Washington. Her art can also be found in southern California and Nevada.
Lee has been experimenting with water based pigments on paper and panel for fifteen years. Fascinated by faces and textures he is continuously working to combine them in new ways.
Lee travels around the world taking photos to work from and studying art from artists of all cultures.
When not traveling, he lives happily in Everett with his talented wife, Gina.
Nancy Guppy is host/producer of “Art Zone with Nancy Guppy”, a weekly half-hour TV show devoted to promoting the local art scene. Art Zone airs on Channel 21 and streams online and has received numerous Emmy awards including “Best Entertainment Series”.
"I make visual art pieces that start with used/already painted paint-by-number paintings. I collage over the existing painting with images found in magazines newspapers, etc"
Nancy's show will be at the bar May 3rd, 2018-June 20th, 2018
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Seattle based artist, Sophie Gao has been a creative since her grandmother first introduced her to painting at age 5. She currently pursues a career in architecture but has always made time to work in her favorite artistic outlet, painting. She was originally inspired to create floral pieces when she observed the works of Georgia O'Keeffe, at age 15. At the time her primary medium of choice was oils. Since then, her technique and style has evolved to experiment with textures and the tactility of both oil and acrylic paints but the subject of the majority of her painting has stayed consistent.
This installation will mark her first showcase. She’s very excited to share her work with you. Thanks for taking a moment to explore the paintings. Hope you enjoy!
Check out more of Sophie's work on Instagram @sophiegaolinlu
Scotty Cayton's vintage, reflective collages and Joshua D Newell's implementation of repetition and regimented line work come together in a delightful juxtaposition of design, though each piece asks you to reexamine your perspective.
Come celebrate their opening with us on Friday, February 9th at 8PM! Live DJ, Photo-booth, complementary catering and toast!
Two years ago I cleared off the table I had used for creating collage art because I was tired of hanging on walls. The table drowned quickly in a sea of cosmetics and Betty Wetter washed up on the shore. I came back to the table and recorded the transformation that two and a half years of changed perspectives and newfound identity formed.
Scotty started collage work in 2010 with Antfarm Studios (Raleigh, NC). The collages are created from vintage print materials and acrylic. Each piece is created as a personal meditation asking the audience to seek more than one way of looking at the world.
Joshua D Newell
Artist bio coming soon
Casey M. Garcia is a self taught artist who is best known for her emotionally engaging portraits. She primarily works with acrylics, pen and ink, watercolor and wood-burning. Over the last few years the artist has expanded the composition of her paintings, which combine objects into something greater than the sum of their parts. She seeks to draw the viewer in by generating curiosity about the sometimes contradictory imagery.