Just four nights till the White Center 3rd Saturday Art Walk!

From Shelli Park at White Center for the Arts, here’s what’s on tap this Saturday night:

April White Center 3rd Saturday Art Walk!

Saturday, April 17th
6:00 PM until 9:00 PM

Salvadorean Bakery: Cullen Bryan: pen, pencil, and charcoal drawings. Cullen is a senior at TEC on the Evergreen High Campus. He is a prolific and very talented artist. The current selection is comprised of the best of his depictions of professional wrestling. A must see exhibition.

Café Rozella: Carlos Espinoza: Carlos is a favorite local artist who works in many medium, but mostly sculpts. Besides Rozella, Carlos also has works at Full Tilt. For more about Carlos visit www.carlosespinozaart.com

Full Tilt Ice Cream: Isaac Stewart and Richard Olmsted: More about these artists to come soon.

Proletariat Pizza: Mary Silva: acrylic on plywood. You must check out this beautiful and fanciful work. Eating a slice of pizza, drinking a beverage of choice, and staring at these sounds like a blissful evening to me. Or just pop in for a peep. http://marysportfolio.blogspot.com/

Dzul Tattoo: The Dzul brothers, keepin’ it real! As always, I encourage everyone to stop and check out this shop. These boys do beautiful work. Come out with a new item of clothing, or, oops, a tattoo!

Dubsea Coffee: Jameson Hubbard: Wood Block Prints.

Bird Eating Deer is the umbrella alias of the various artistic undertakings of Jameson Hubbard. Currently living in Seattle, WA, Jameson loosely attends the Gage Academy of Art. Primary interests regarding subject matter: The age-old question of man’s relationship with nature and the consequent friction; the role of animals in contemporary and past societies and the meanings applied to them; native cultures, primarily precolonial.

Join us Saturday evening from 7-9 pm to welcome Jameson Hubbard’s new work into Dubsea Coffee and meet the artist himself! His large scale wood block prints, along with drawings and paintings will grace the walls from mid-April through mid-May. Looking forward to Saturday!

To see more of his work online visit: www.birdeatingdeer.com


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