WEDNESDAY | MAY 29 | 2019
AERLUME | 2003 WESTERN AVENUE
6:30 PM to 9:30 PM
James Beard Award-winning Chef Jason Wilson will design a food experience inspired by artists and their artworks. Circulate amongst art, artists, food and music while you enjoy a sunset view of the newly-revealed Seattle waterfront.
Complimentary on-site parking will be available for all guests.
Proceeds from this event will benefit the upcoming Seattle Art Museum exhibition Victorian Radicals: From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts and Crafts Movement. Fair Market Value is $75 per ticket.
Thank you to Event Sponsors:
Aerlume, Hitchcock Madrona, Rancho LaPuerta, and Va Piano Vineyards
Working with a labor and research-intensive process merging sculpture with painting, Marela moulds window screen and plaster to fabricate undulating forms with quality of fabric, bodies filled with movement and expressive quality.
Through the encouragement and exploration of various media and techniques as soul therapy, Corrie was given a vehicle for her passion and reclaimed her unorthodox early love of art. Working mainly in encaustic, Corrie often thinks of the medium as an expression of her personality: fluid, constantly changing, temporary and pliable.
Known for her impeccable naturalistic pastel drawings, Zaria finds inspiration in remote landscapes and environmentally sensitive locations. Her drawings include, turbulent artic waters, and crashing tropical waves. She has traveled extensively in Greenland and the Maldives to both collect material for her drawings and raise awareness about climate change.
First-drawn winner has choice of prizes as offered and described.
Valued at $5400.
Druzy Quartz Ring – Hitchcock Madrona, Madison Park
This ring was inspired by the otherworldly druzy quartz. The sterling silver setting is sleek yet substantial. Every stone features the natural interplay between two textures - jagged and raw with smooth and refined.
Rules and Details
Tickets are $100 each or 5 for $450.
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