Mya Kerner

Events

Spring Show at Plank&Grain


  • Plank&Grain 666 South King Street Seattle, Washington 98104
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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. 

About Plank&Grain:

"WE MAKE FURNITURE WITH CHARACTER That's why we only use reclaimed lumber from around the Pacific Northwest. We know the term "reclaimed" gets thrown around a lot these days and that some companies go to great lengths to "distress" their new wood to look old. That's not the case at Plank&Grain.  We use predominately old-growth douglas fir planks (most over a hundred years old). We think the character of this wood needs very little improvement. We sand and finish each piece by hand, which lets the imperfections and scars of the lumber's long history shine. All of our furniture is made by hand right here in Seattle and no two pieces are alike." -http://www.plankandgrain.com/about/

"WE MAKE FURNITURE WITH CHARACTER

That's why we only use reclaimed lumber from around the Pacific Northwest. We know the term "reclaimed" gets thrown around a lot these days and that some companies go to great lengths to "distress" their new wood to look old. That's not the case at Plank&Grain. 

We use predominately old-growth douglas fir planks (most over a hundred years old). We think the character of this wood needs very little improvement. We sand and finish each piece by hand, which lets the imperfections and scars of the lumber's long history shine. All of our furniture is made by hand right here in Seattle and no two pieces are alike." -http://www.plankandgrain.com/about/