Arts at the Port's "Resonance" Fine Arts display was full of imagination, skill, and beauty. I highly recommend seeing it--each artist had multiple works and the space is stunning. Water flows beneath the dock, high ceilings, quiet spaces, and art. Volunteers apparently spend a week repainting the port building, cleaning it up, and it is an astounding amount of preparation to create a serene and calm place.
The Sumi artist, Hiroko Seki (spider web black and white below) won Best of Show, and it was her very first juried show--so exciting to share this experiences with her. (This was my second.) We will both have work in the new high school.
The Juror, Pablo Schugurensky chose works through photographs--it could have gone so wrong, and instead the work is incredible.
Here are some photos!
Happy to report that as of Sunday July 23rd, I will have art hanging in 3 cities:
Bellevue (the Department of Ecology; Overlake Hospital)
Burien (the Burien Community Center--this show is nearly done)
and Anacortes (opening the 29th, and the Arts at the Port activities are open August 4-6.
Heather Danso wears many hats. As an artist, she playfully explores work in Acrylic, printing, and multimedia, creating portraits and abstracts that explore expression, playfulness, identity, and the possible. Her CV is here.
She is also a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Method® Practitioner, yoga teacher, Awareness Through Movement® teacher.