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Thursday, December 3, 2020

3:00 - 5:00 pm via Zoom


SAMS wishes to gratefully acknowledge the following artists for generously donating their time and talents to the SAMS Holiday Gathering. All funds raised will directly benefit the Seattle Art Museum.

Ethan Stowell, Chef

Ethan Stowell is the CEO and Founder of Ethan Stowell Restaurants in Seattle. His food philosophy is all about keeping it simple, using fresh ingredients, and allowing the food to do the talking. Stowell was named one of the Best New Chefs in America by Food & Wine in 2008 and chosen as a Best New Chef All-Stars in 2013. He was one of the recipients of the 2016 Richard Melman Innovator of the Year Award. Deeply devoted to his hometown, Stowell is a fervent advocate committed to seeing that Seattle is recognized nationally as a culinary destination. He lives in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood. For more information, visit www.ethanstowellrestaurants.com.

Hannah Morgan, Fortunate Orchard

Hannah Morgan is the owner and lead designer of Fortunate Orchard, a floral design studio and cutting garden in south Seattle. Hannah uses flowers and foliage grown in her garden along the west coast to create arrangements that are always seasonal and a bit wild. Her clients include Seattle restaurants, arts organizations and adventurous brides and grooms. For more information, visit www.fortunateorchard.com.

Lucien Postlewaite, Principal Dancer at PNB and Creator of THE BATCH Kombucha

Lucien Postlewaite joined Pacific Northwest Ballet nearly 20 years ago and was promoted to Principal Dancer in 2008. That same year he was awarded the prestigious Princess Grace Award for Dance. In 2012, Lucien joined Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo where he spent the next five years touring the world. In 2017, he re-joined PNB.

As part of his own healthy lifestyle, Lucien crafts kombucha with a focus on an international palate and attention to detail. After more than 7 years refining his style, Lucien founded THE BATCH Kombucha in 2020. THE BATCH signature releases are limited and use hand-picked teas and the highest quality ingredients. The unique flavors invite you to celebrate the beauty of their simple infusions and are the perfect accompaniment on the journey to your happiest self. For more information, visit drinkthebatch.com and follow @batch.bag on Instagram.

Jamie Rawding, Artist

Some people are born as natural athletes, teachers or engineers. Jamie was born to be an artist. She has been a “maker” since childhood. Over the years, her medium has varied: Jamie is a trained metalsmith and has a distinct line of contemporary jewelry. She trained as a photographer and had the privilege of living in Asia and Europe, in addition to the US, which has greatly influenced her art. Currently, she is a student in the KOH Atelier at the Gage Academy of Art, studying under the guidance of Mark Kang O'Higgins. The Atelier is a full-time, multi-year program that focuses heavily on observational drawing and painting. For more information, visit www.jamierawding.com and follow @jamierawdingdesigns on Instagram.

Cambria Cox, Field Tripper-in-Chief

The Field Trip Society motto, semper quaerens, translates as "always curious, always seeking." Whether it's foraging for wild foods, sailing on the Salish Sea, or discovering the art guilloché and engine turning, field trippers are always up for trying something out of the ordinary. The Field Trip Society strives to offer opportunities to broaden your knowledge, dabble in something new, and become inspired to learn even more. They partner with experts who are passionate about what they do and are eager to share it with others. Classes take place in restaurants, forests, homes, shops, boats, parks or anywhere else our curiosity takes us. The Field Trip Society launched in the fall of 2015 by owner Cambria Cox. For more information, visit www.fieldtripsociety.com.

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