Burien’s Arts-A-Glow Lantern Festival is looking for artists, community members, and groups to bring installations to our 2015 event. The Glow will be held Saturday, September 12th, 2015. Please see the formal artists' call for more information!
Rebecca Woodhouse Allard, a printmaker who works in carved linoleum and rubber, will be the featured artist for Burien Arts Gallery’s June exhibit.
Explains Rebecca, “I carve words into linoleum and rubber. I hand press my work, layering colors with different size blocks to create an abstract print.
“Since I carve each plate at a different time, every print combines thoughts from different moments. As a result, the text wouldn’t make sense as a narrative. I intend the words to be a visual element rather than communicative.
People you want to know in the Seattle Theatre Community!
Artistic Director Kathleen Edwards has invited some of the most talented artists in the Seattle area to take a spin with us on MainStage for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, affectionately known as C2B2. This is part of what makes MainStage a professional experience:
Local artist Robert Dean brings his unique prints to Normandy Park for the month of March with his new show. Robert has been doing printing for years, having studied printmaking at the University of Washington. His graveyard shift at work affords him the opportunity to see the angles and shadows of the city at night, which is reflected in his work.