by Jack Russillo
For more than a month, 31 colorful and inspirational paintings of female faces were posted along streets on the south end of Seattle. However, what many people found to be “exquisite,” a “highlight of my walks,” and “wonderful” were considered by others to be a nuisance — and the artworks have been removed by city officials.
Continue reading Removal of That’s What She Said 206 Street Art is “A Slap In The Face,” But Not an Official City Order
First Show, “3 Queens,” Opens Feb. 21
by Jessie McKenna
Update: Due to the snow, the original Friday, Feb. 8 opening of “3 Queens,” has been rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 21.
Crick Lont, aka Dozer of Dozer Art and Dozer’s Warehouse, has been quietly curating upcoming shows, painting walls and drizzling on the funky linoleum floors a la Jackson Pollock to create an art space on Beacon Hill. He’s partnering with local artists to put their mark on the storefront, pro bono; Leo Shallot’s trademark calligraphy ribbon design in gold on black wraps around the storefront.
“That’s what’s so great about this place, people just want to be a part if it,” Lont said.
Continue reading Dozer’s Warehouse & Gallery, an Artist’s and Art Lover’s Dream Realized