Monster Art and Clothing Features Eli Wolff Paintings

Eli Wolff is a Seattle native who makes art designed to get people to laugh. His fondness for cartoons, sci-fi and fantasy book covers, 70s movie posters, and all kinds of pop-culture often creep into his work. He loves visual puns and geeky mash-ups. Some of his paintings start off just as a funny phrase and slowly evolve into a full painting. Other times the painting comes first and then the title of the piece reveals itself.
Eli Wolff

Also appearing at Monster is a live aerial performance by Jamie Von Stratton. J. Von Stratton is Seattle’s sweetheart and an icon in the arts community. J. Von Stratton has been performing for nearly a decade. She is an original member of the Burlesque supertroupe, The Atomic Bombshells. Her unique blend of theatrics, dance, camp, and kitsch have made her a Seattle favorite, as well as taken her across the globe. She has been a highlighted performer in Switzerland, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Canada, Portugal, China, and Australia.
Monster Art and Clothing  5000 20th Avenue NW

Jessica Weathersby Continues at Anima Mundi

Jessica uses inventive techniques to cut paper into intricate, layered mixed media compositions.
Her show is continuing at Anima Mundi through September.
5410 22nd Avenue NW
Jessica Weathersby

Pat Clayton Featured At Art and Soul For June Artwalk

For the month of June Art & Soul will be featuring work of a local Ballard artist, Pat Clayton showing her series, Grand Canyons of the Colorado, Yellowstone and Pacific.  

Canyon Heights

On The Way To Point Sublime

Come explore these beautiful locations through Pat's gorgeous oil on canvas paintings.

Art & Soul
2860 NW Market St

Narboo Live Painting and The Aerial Nurse At Monster For June Artwalk

Visit Monster during the Ballard Artwalk for a fun and colorful display of cartoon inspired artwork by artist Brandon Baker, aka Narboo. A special treat: Narboo will be live painting outside Monster!

Baker is a local artist residing in Ballard. His home studio, Full Circle is in the Greenwood Collective. Narboo is influenced by the city and nature and this is why he loves Seattle. His art is full of bold lines, lots of color, and crazy animal and bird characters that have real human emotions.

For More Information on Narboo, check out his fanpage at:

The Aerial Nurse will be performing on her Lyra, and Monster-ette Amanda will keep the snack table well stocked. Join us for a night of family fun and art!

Monster Art & Clothing
5000 20th Ave NW

Rick Garcia and Aylee Cody Showing At Camelion Design For June Artwalk

Rick Garcia has been an artist and composer for over 25 years. Much of his work as a visual artist explores polyphony. His painting, primarily oils on wood panel, contain many layers of color, symbols and textured brush strokes in different tempo relationships. To Rick, painting, much like music, is a generative process that pulls him along. He takes cues from his materials and views his work as growing organically and directly from his tactile approach to color and texture. 

Rick attended Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle where he met and worked with the Artist Trimpin for 12 years. He has recieved awards and grants from the Art at Work program, Museum of Arts and Culture, Washington Composers Forum, Jack Straw Foundation and The Tacoma Art Museum.

Aylee Cody has been making jewelry her entire life. As a little girl she made pieces out of torn, hand painted paper garnished with sequins and beads. Today she uses precious gems and metals. Aylee studied Metals at Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland, OR. Aylee is inspired by the Art Deco period and enjoys the juxtaposition of opposing forces such as old/new and masculine/feminine. Her passion is in the intricate details of each piece whether it be the rough cut stone, the filigree setting, the hand forged texture or the meticulous finish of the surface. Aylee employs traditional metalsmith techniques, uses repurposed metals when possible and is committed to purchasing materials from socially responsible vendors.

Camelion Design
5330 Ballard Ave NW

Marilyn Batt's Seattle Sketches Featured In Umpqua Bank Lobby

In the Umpqua Bank lobby this month, the 54th St. Atelier is showing various Seattle sketches by Marilyn Batt.

Entertainment in the Lobby will be provided by the bluegrass band Right as Rain, with performances starting at 6:30 pm.

Umpqua Bank
2032 NW Market St

Lynn Hogan's Beloved Companions Gallery Show At Umpqua Bank

For June in the gallery at Umpqua Bank, the 54th St. Atelier is showing the work of pet portraitist Lynn Hogan.

"Beloved Companions"
Lynn Hogan's beautiful and expressive pet portraits deftly capture the fuzzy appeal of animal companionship. These paintings of cats, dogs and rabbits display an intensity of character that show how they earn their keep.

Lynn Hogan is a Seattle artist and member of the 54th St Atelier.

Umpqua Bank
2032 NW Market St
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