Find sentimental, stocking-sized gifts for nearly anyone on your list at Seattle Design Center's holiday art sale.
Nichole DeMent, “Ride”, 2012, Mixed media encaustic on board, 10” x 10” x 1”, $145
Nichole DeMent, “Poppy”, 2012, Mixed media encaustic on board, 10” x 10” x 1”, $145
WHAT: A thoughtfully selected, locally made work of art is sort of a win-win for nearly anyone on your list: You support the city's art community while showering a special someone with a sentimental gift that will last longer than that pair of leather gloves they're bound to lose.
Danielle Dean Palmer, “Starlings II”, Ed. 3 of 5, Photography, encaustic + oil, 10.5” x 7” x 1", $350
Timothy Cross, “Landscape 4”, Ink on archival paper, $200 (framed)
Seattle Design Center's small works sale features stocking-sized pieces in a variety of mediums. The event includes over 300 works from local artists represented by Bilinear Art Consulting, the Center on Contemporary Art, the Community Artists Program at Meyer Wells, the Eastside Association of Fine Arts, Gallery Context, and William and Wayne.
Nate Gowdy, “Dykes on Bikes”, 2011, Photograph on paper, 8" x 10", $100 (matted)
Karen Ready, “Burlesco Divino”, 2012, Inkjet print on archival paper, 10” x 14”, $100
All artwork was specially curated to fit the event's giftable and affordable theme, and the variety of art ensures you'll find something for anyone—like burlesque dancers for your cheeky roommate or a poppy painting for your gardening grandmother.
Check out our slide show to get a sneak peek of the pieces.
WHEN: December 10 through 14 from 9 to 5 each day.