by Steve Potter
Artists Ari Glass and Craig Cundiff have collaborated on a new mural near the Mt. Baker light rail station, and it’s a beauty. Covering the southern and western walls of Cash America Pawn at 2825 Rainier Ave. S., the artwork spans approximately 4,000 square feet and took about a month to paint.
Continue reading Mount Baker Mural Washed Vast Sea Across Two Walls
This article originally appeared in Real Change and has been republished with permission.
by Lisa Edge
On the second floor of a building in Ballard, Aramis O. Hamer uses white chalk to sketch the outline of two women. They’re fairies right now, but could easily morph into angels as Hamer’s vision comes to life.
Continue reading Artist Aramis O. Hamer infuses music, divine femininity and Blackness into vibrant paintings
Story and Photos by Susan Fried
Hundreds of people filled the Franklin High School commons on Nov. 9 to await the official unveiling of the Franklin High School Art of Resistance and Resilience Club’s 40-foot mural commemorating the Seattle Chapter of the Black Panther’s 50th Anniversary. Members of the Art of Resistance & Resilience, a social and environmental justice-oriented art club at Franklin, have been working on the mural since January and were able to display a portion of it at the SCBP 50th Anniversary Celebration in April.
Continue reading PHOTOS: Students Unveil Mural Commemorating Seattle Black Panther Party
by Jacob Uitti
For his new show, “Contour,” Seattle artist Jake Millett has made complete works of fractures. His are visions of expansive landscapes broken down into specific, often minuscule sections, split line-by-line and shade-by-shade. Sometimes bursting with bright colors, sometimes cold and chilling like an angular iceberg, Millett’s work, which will show this month at the Capitol Hill gallery, The Factory, through Halloween on specific dates, bends the eye to consider new ways of interpreting vision.
Continue reading South End Artist Jake Millett Showing Through October at The Factory
by Lisa Edge
(This article originally appeared in Real Change and has been republished with permission.)
Has your commute become more colorful? Those traveling via bus or light rail along Fifth Avenue South between Royal Brougham Way and South Spokane Street have recently been treated to a new sight: A continuous line of murals, known as SODO Track, turning an otherwise uninteresting route into a charming one.
Continue reading Scenes in Motion: SODO Track murals bring public art to transit travelers