Refresh Seattle recently lit up Greenwood with a who’s who showcase of the Seattle interior design industry at Urban Light Studios.
Hosted by industry insiders Trish Barnett and Kelli Patch and sponsored by Seattle Homes and Lifestyles magazine the space looked amazing and we enjoyed a fantastic turnout.
From the biofuel pedestal fireplace on the patio to the one of a kind light fixtures by Jonathan Mathews and a variety of Seattle artists the event was a feast for the eyes and definitely the place to be seen.
February Art Walk opened with a bang as we unveiled the Thought Processor: Seattle” exhibition in our gallery. The exhibition is the Seattle stop of a show that has been through NY LA Chicago San Fran and soon headed to Manila. We had a fantastic turnout and a great response to the show. Thank you to the almost 20 Seattle artist who contributed to the show to Beau and Rebecca from Halogen gallery who co-curated the show with us and to Eric “Phonetic Control” Broers for creating the exhibition.
Each artist created a 3-D piece of robot art from a template given to them as well as an accompanying 2-D wall piece which integrated their “Thought Processor” robot. Artwork from the show can be viewed and purchased at http://halogengallery.com/show/2010/02/12/thought-processor