Urban Light Studios presents:

Scott Moore’s
“Zen & the Silent Voices of Critters & Trees”

From Scott:

Come and see some of my paintings and drawings of critters and bonsai trees!

My outlook on life and influences on my art come from travels and experiences. We all draw on what we know, or believe we know. I believe my travels and experiences, which include various places in the US, Europe, Western Africa, Asia, have shaped who I am. I did my undergraduate work in Montana with exchanges and overseas studies in France and Africa. I attended graduate school at the University of Hawaii, and then moved to Japan in 1990 where I have spent ten years full time, and many more traveling back and forth. I now reside in Seattle.

I started college as a Fine Arts major, although I eventually finished with degrees in both linguistics and political science. Art has always been a part of my life.

In 2007 I started a fine art reproduction and giclée printing business called Bellevue Fine Art Reproduction in Seattle (Bellevue). My day job is now reproducing artwork for other artists and fine art photographers, which is not only an interesting job, but has an enormous impact on my own work, serving as a daily inspiration.

Opening Reception:
Friday, 10 November, 6-10pm

Encore Reception:
Friday, 8 December, 6-10pm

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Celebrating the Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy genres with art!
Full upstairs & downstairs galleries, both filled with a massive themed art exhibition!

Opening reception:
Friday, 13 October, 6-10pm

Closing reception:
Friday, 10 November, 6-10pm

Artists; Derek Ross, Scott Filipiak, Ashley Joncas, Craig & Casey Brookbush (& more) all displaying their own works, as well as a new set of collaborative large scale illuminated animated dimensional ‘ROSSBUSH’ pieces from Derek & Casey.

And…. A very special live performance from YAR!
Around 8pm, art music to get your jam on..
Drums, Bass & Baritone Sax – YAR’s debut record ’42’ official release, by Sandy Dickerson, Chris Poage & Casey Brookbush
With…. DJ Dano Piano & Jake Carden & the art of sound – atmospheric Science Fiction theater space sounds guitars & vinyl & laser beams throughout the evening

Free • Greenwood Artwalk • Boom


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Urban Light Studios presents:

“Corvidae” – featuring the work of Shyla Carter-Braxtan

Opening Reception:
Friday, 8 September, 6-10pm

Closing Reception:
Friday, 13 October, 6-10pm

“Corvidae” uses the crow in both a physical and symbolic form to weave narrative, stemming from Braxtan’s fascination with the bird’s social behaviors, intelligence, and cultural emblem. She creates a connection between the crow and the human form, likening her sense of self to the symbol. “Corvidae” explores dream sequences, self-reflection, and inner turmoil, combining representational elements with bold, cubist forms.

Shyla is a Seattle-based artist from Spokane, WA. She graduated from Cornish College of the Arts in 2015. From there, she studied under Kimberly Trowbridge in the Trowbridge Atelier at Gage Academy of Art until 2016. Presently, Shyla is a working artist at Equinox Studios in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood.​

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