I'm thrilled to be collaborating with Vestige Story for their SS17 collection launch this spring. Join us for the Capitol Hill Art Walk at to celebrate the launch. I'll be painting on site from 7-8pm.
FROM VESTIGE STORY
In collaboration with artist Mya Kerner and Glasswing shop, we are pleased to present The Range — an evening of art and conversations to celebrate the launch of Vestige’s new collection. This event offers a rare opportunity to view Mya’s working process with a live painting performance at the Melrose Ave boutique. Together, the presentation of her landscape paintings, Vestige’s SS17 Landscaef Collection and Glasswing’s creative vision will reveal how art can connect individuals and converge the craft of different industries.
Vestige Story aims to promote mindfulness through the stories and messages we create each collection. Our designs are inspired by stories of real women, and the lessons we learn from their experiences. We design for a community of like-minded creatives who have a purposeful mindset in life.
Glasswing Shop is a Vestige retailer — a beautiful clothing and home-goods shop founded by three artistic creatives. Located on Melrose Ave, they created a retail space that reflects Seattle’s vibrant and diverse marketplace. Their space is welcoming and open, providing an engaging environment to introduce new products and to support the designers creating them.
Circle of Art Studios in Magnolia is having a Winter Sale. They will be hosting an opening reception Thursday, December 8th from 6-8pm with live music by Veronica Rose and light refreshments. They will be open the following weekend for sales from 2-6pm Saturday (12/10) and 10am-3pm Sunday (12/11). Works by local Seattle Artists: Mya Kerner, Zak Helenske, Damian Grava, Adam Helenske, and Kayla Helenske.
Through this fundraiser, we hope to utilize this growing network by providing an outlet for creatives to stand with Standing Rock. Although many of us cannot make the journey to literally stand with the water protectors, we are here to support the Native American people and honor our treaties. “Makers for Standing Rock” gives us the chance to draw upon our skills by making tangible contributions to the families of Standing Rock while using our online presence to inform our greater communities. We stand with Standing Rock, Native American Indians, and Mother Earth.
My paintings will be part of Michelle Dirkse's display.
The Seattle Collective is a 1-day, independent, creative market showcasing Seattle's most talented artists, designers and studios. With a more relaxed, personal shopping experience, come and meet the designers and find the secret to great gift giving...
Products include handmade jewelry, leather goods, original art, home decor, artisan chocolates, knitted accessories, skin care, men's & women's apparel, modern haberdashery and more...
Zak Helenske has invited me to participate in the 8x8 Show at Pottery Northwest (Seattle Center) which opens on April 8th. For this show, I have been redefining my small sculptures in a new medium, porcelain. I am pleased to be participating in this collection of work from 8 residents and their invited guest artists. Zak will not be able to attend, and I will be arriving late due to a scheduling conflict, but feel free to any of the residents for more information.
This Spring my paintings will be featured at Plank&Grain in Seattle, WA. I am looking forward to seeing my work in conjunction with their beautiful, reclaimed furniture. Join us on the First Thursdays from April to June in the International District.
Mark your calendars! I'm happy to announce that I will be a part of The 2016 Northwest Flower and Garden Show! Learn more on their website: http://www.gardenshow.com/
I will be creating a condo/apartment patio for the City Living section of the show. The display will entwine art, craft, florals, and gardens. More details to come closer to the date.
This National Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron Art and Practices is a biennial convergence of students, educators, academics, and professionals dedicated to exploring and advancing cast iron as an art medium.
"Serdecznie zapraszamy studentów i pedagogów na wykład: "Żeliwo: dwie drogi rozwoju twórczego przez jeden materiał" ('Iron: two paths of creative development merged through one material") - Mya Kerner z Maryland Institue College of Art, Mgr. Zak Helenske z Rochester Institute of Technology, który odbędzie się 16 października 2014 r. o godz. 12.00 w Centrum Nauki i Sztuki w sali kina 3D. Wykład organizują: ad Bogdan Wajberg, mgr Agnieszka Mikołajczyk"
Panel Discussion at the 25th National Conference on Cast Iron Art at Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, Alabama. Other panelists included Jenna Kriegel (University of Georgia) and Tomasz Bielecki (Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts).
"Description: This panel will focus on international casting experiences. Having worked together this past September in Poland, the participants will share anecdotes and images from the adventure. Emphasis will be placed on changes the participants have adopted in their practice resulting from cross-cultural group work and countless misunderstandings. The panel hopes to encourage a more connected, global casting community."