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A second chance at some fabulous (& affordable!) art

A lot of art flew off the walls on First Thursday, but the fifth annual 100 under $100 (plus the Sweet Suite 300) show will be up through the month. There is still a bunch of great work here looking for a home. We’ll be hosting a more intimate affair to give our friends in the arts, and of course our loyal fans, a chance to see the show in a more leisurely setting. With cocktails, naturally.

Wednesday, October 24

5-7 PM

Industry night at ’57 Biscayne

Artists from the studios, artists from the show (and the intersection set of the those two groups), will be on hand to hobnob and perhaps open a studio or two for a peek. When you get tired of the rarefied atmosphere up here on the arty second and third floors, you can descend via the secret stairwell for the grand opening of Bad Bishop Bar, our newest neighbor in the Good Arts Building.

Some happy collectors on opening night

Birds: can’t keep ’em in stock

This beauty by Seattle Sketcher Gabriel Campanario is still available.

As is this watercolor by Julie Kim

Opening night with artists Amy Nikaitani & Michelle Kumata

You can see this tin construction by Nia Michaels on the third floor.

100 under $100 and the Sweet Suite 300: October 4 Open House

Mark your calendars for the fifth—yes 5th!—annual 100 under $100 plus, to celebrate our recent expansion to the formerly corporate third floor, we’re also exhibiting an additional selection of works priced under $300. (On the third floor, Suite 300, get it?) As always, collectors get to take their art goodies off the wall and home that night. We’ll have over a hundred works of art priced to sell, by the artists of ’57 Biscayne and their guests, including drawings, tiny paintings, tintypes, photos, prints; collages of paper, reconstructed tin, fiber, and plenty of surprises by established and newer artists. Plus the debut of three new installations by resident artists Savina Mason and LinLin Mao, two floors of open studios, and live music by our favorite pianist and songster, Victor Janusz.

First Thursday, October 4, 2018

5:30-9 PM

“You Are Here, Too” and open house May 3!

First Thursday, May 3, 6-9 PM

In a city in which the ground has literally shifted several times over the past hundred years from seismic activity or, more dramatically, human intervention, and in which it continues to shift through highway projects and rampant development, maps provide a link to its history and a record of the layers underneath.

You Are Here Too, an exhibition of artists’ responses to maps and mapping, opens May 3, 2018, and continues through August 30, here at the Good Arts Building in Pioneer Square. The works will be spread between two galleries within the building: Good Arts Gallery, inside Cherry Street Coffee House at 700 First Avenue, and here at  ’57 Biscayne Artist Studios, directly above it at 110 Cherry Street on both the second and third floors. The opening reception coincides with our first building-wide open house. See the brand-spankin-new studios on the third floor, meet the excellent artists working in them, visit old favorites on the second floor and in the Arcade, and listen to live music in the second floor lobby by the always-fabulous pianist Victor Janusz.

Incorporating images, type, or constructs borrowed from maps, or the maps themselves, the artworks in the show explore the topography of the natural world, political boundaries, the built environment, slavery, motherhood, and other phenomena that leave traces. Artists working in diverse media—paintings, drawings, layered collages, embroidery, digital media, and ceramics—include David Francis, Nia Michaels, Dara Solliday, Joseph Pentheroudakis, Dawn Endean, Savina Mason, Morgan Cahn, Beverly Naidus, Elizabeth Arzani, Ann Marie Schneider, Hadar Iron, Lindsay Peyton, Warren Munzel, Marie Abando, Tara Kraft, and Karey Kessler.

Image above: here, is The Place, Karey Kessler, 2017, watercolor and ink on Korean rice paper, 1’x5′

Pioneer Square Holiday Market in the Park

’57 Biscayne artists will have a table of holiday gifts for sale in Occidental Park on Friday, December 15 from 10-2 PM, along with a bunch of our great Pioneer Square neighbors. The Holiday Market in the Park is organized by the Downtown Seattle Association, and runs concurrent with Holiday Hooky Hour, full of all kinds of neighborhood special deals and a chance to win big prizes if you fill your passport. (A ’57 Biscayne art gift card is in one of the gift baskets!)

Offerings at our booth will include lovely affordable, seasonal jewelry by Arcana Metalwork; “Haunted Hankies” by Henrietta’s Eye; art greeting cards in giftable packages for the snail-mail set; retro cocktail napkins and other hand-printed linens; framed analogue photographs; and weird & wonderful stocking stuffers from RAD AND HUNGRY.

We’ll be next to our new neighbors from the Good Arts Building, Gigs4U, who will have lots of music-related merchandise on offer. Other local vendors include Intrigue Chocolate, Bon Voyage Vintage, Drygoods Design, and Pioneer Pet, just to name a few of our faves (chocolate, pets, clothes…)

100 under $100 Closing Soireé

Join us Friday for an after-work cocktail, some hobnobbing, and a chance to pick up some of the last remaining goodies in our 100 under $100 show.

Friday, October  20 — 4:30-7:30 PM

There are paintings, photographs, lovely ink drawings, collages, mixed media constructions and much more. All ready to take home and hang on your wall.

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Coming First Thursday: 100 under $100

Our next open house will feature the ever-popular, fourth annual, 100 under $100 show.

A curated show of one hundred pieces of art, each priced at $100 or less, opens Thursday, September 7 as part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk. The main event will be that evening from 5-9 PM, with a frenzy of collectors and art literally flying off the wall (ok, maybe not literally, but you can take home your purchases that night). The remaining work will stay up through the month, or as long as the art lasts, and open by appointment.

Browse the gallery walls and drop in on the artists’ studios as our unofficial house songster, the talented and adorable Victor Janusz, serenades you on the piano.

Paintings, collages, mixed media creations, photographs, prints, and more, by these artists and undoubtedly more:

Celeste Cooning
Dara Solliday
Elizabeth Arzani
Eric Eschenbach
Etta Lilienthal
Henrietta’s Eye (Libby Bulloff/Stephen Robinson)
Jane Richlovsky
Jeanie Lewis
Jeff Scott
Joseph Pentheroudakis
Kelly Lyles
Keven Furiya
Krisna Schumann
Laura Tempest Zakroff
Lindsay Peyton
Liz Ewings
Mandy Amsel
Marne Cohen Vance
Matthew Potter
Molly Magai
Nathan Vass
Nia Michaels
Rachel Illingworth
Sandy Nelson
Sarah Dillon
Savina Mason
Stephen Robinson
Warren Munzel

 

Neon Dreamer: Interactive Pac-man Pop-up Installation all the way from Prague!

’57 Biscayne and the Good Arts Building welcome Czech artist Edita Pattova, presenting Neon Dreamer, an interactive painting and video installation, on the first stop of its West Coast tour. Neon Dreamer will be up for one night only, Thursday, August 3, from 5-9 PM in the under-construction Good Arts Arcade at 108 Cherry Street.

Inspired by the neon lights of Times Square on a visit to New York, Edita created a grid of nine oil paintings depicting an imaginary American city. On it, she projects an original video game, inspired by Pac-man, which visitors can play singly or competitively, becoming the dreamers chasing their dreams, beer, money, and each other through the neon-lit painted city streets, while dodging the authorities and other hazards.

They’ll be flying off the walls!

Don’t miss the return of 100 under $100,  Thursday, September 7 from 5-9 PM.

This is the FOURTH annual iteration of this event, and we keep getting better stuff.

Take home affordable art that very night. There will be 100 original pieces of it gracing our walls that night—but not for long! Start a collection, round out an existing one, fight over stuff, have fun!

Watch this space for preview images and more on the evening’s events.

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Last chance to see Original Hits by Original Artists

Come see this fun show of fake album covers for made-up bands. The invited artists, all 33-1/3 of them, were quite inspired by the project (repressed fantasies of being a rock star perhaps?) and came up with bands and artwork that run the gamut: funny, naughty, surreal, satirical, political, and just plain weird.

The gallery will be open from 1-6 PM on Friday, May 26 and Saturday, May 27. It’s at 108 Cherry in the future home of the Good Arts Arcade, a planned mini-retail complex for makers, and of course right in the heart of Pioneer Square.

 

Original Artists, the complete list, together for the first time

Here are the Original Artists who will be fabricating bands and album covers for the upcoming show, Original Hits by Original Artists:

Gabriel Campanario
Amanda James Parker
Jed Dunkerley
Kelly Lyles
Romson Bustillo
Paul E. McKee
Paul D. McKee
Eric Eschenbach
Dara Solliday
Savina Mason
Chris Rollins
Jeff Scott
Sandy Nelson
Jane Richlovsky
Rainer Waldman Adkins
Karin Bolstad
Marne Cohen Vance
Nia Michaels
Liz Ewings
George Abeyta
Paula Wong
Krisna Schumann
Sarah Dillon
Elizabeth Arzani
Henrietta’s Eye
Jeanie Lewis
Morgan Cahn
Nathan Vass
Matthew Potter
Megan Reisinger
Hadar Iron

THAT’S 33-1/3! (or thereabouts)