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Uncut Gems peeps where ya at. Ah! ça c'est moi qui t'en ai parlé. ah. un jour. Tout simplement sublime et magnifique. Ptn chuis grave méfiante envers ce programme depuis la vidéo de sam zirah. İts a beautiful from turkey. لح شي ڤديو.

 

Beautiful! So very beautiful. Such with so much meaning like only the French know how. RIP Edith x. WRITERS PAUL MORRISSEY CAST MAX DELYS ONLINE l'amour sans. 2020 and this is still a banger. Birds of Prey! Hope it will be good. Vraiment tres beau, merci Intermarché 🙃. A la télé jamais un hommage à Mouloudji. WRITERS PAUL MORRISSEY CAST MAX DELYS ONLINE l'amour 2.

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In before all the comments that say theyre in before the Birds of Prey trailer. If you need your art fix for the month of  December  (and I know I do. here are some shows that you won't want to miss! If you're on the hunt for holiday treasur es, art makes a fabulous gift! Let yourself be amaz ed by artistry, inspired b y innovation, and transformed by the talents of the Seattle art scene! LAST CHANCE: MLLE X" by Hanna Myers at  Twilight Gallery. The MLLE X exhibition arose from the artist's recent personal struggle with coinciding mental and physical illness. Myers was inspired to create work that explored the experience of realizing how little control we as individuals possess over our biology, and how devastating that realization can be. Myers used the the story of Mademoiselle X, an anonymized woman from history who was incapable of reconciling her physical and mental selves into one being, as a filter for better understanding her own internal struggles. COMING UP: The  Pioneer Square Art Walk  ~ Thursday, 3 December from 5-9pm. Selected shows: 57 Biscayne  - Annual Holiday Extravagan za.  '57 Biscayne resident artists open their studios and are joined by fabulous guest vendors. Shop local for handmade arty gifts like jewelry, lamps, reconstructed tin icons, paintings, prints, handprinted posters and cards, olde style tintype photos, cocktail party accessories, handbags and much more. Everything made on site or darn close. BONUS: Celebrate our bright future and permanent home in the Scheuerman Building, newly acquired by Good Arts LLC just in time for the holidays! Abmeyer + Wood  - Balancing Act" by Erika Sanada AXIS Pioneer  Sq uare  - Transect" by Tamara Stephas.   Tamara Stephas explores the relationship between humans and the environment – man-made and natural – by combining landscape painting with architectural elements and text. Her newest work investigates construction in Seattles arboretum during SR520 bridge replacement and removal of the giant, never-used “Bridges to Nowhere. ” Flatcolor Galler y  -  “Winter Circle" group exhibition. Featuring local Seattle artists exhibiting affordable paintings and drawings as well as prints, shirts and other products. Exhibiting Artists will be in attendance and have the opportunity to work on artwork during the Dec 3rd opening exhibiting not only their final work but also their process to gallery visitors during First Thursday Artwalk. All art will be available for take away at time purchase at the opening and until the exhibition ends. The exhibition will run until the 12th of December. Flatcolor will be closed the remainder of Dec. for winter holiday and renovations and reopen in February 2016. All artwork will also be available online at for the entire month. Huntington Media Galler y -  A clash of generations. This is a free art gallery viewing in historic Pioneer Square's First Thursday Artwalk. There's a limited supply of beer for the lucky early birds! Show is located in the OK Hotel's studio 107a located behind the main gallery. The show will feature never before seen 'mask' paintings by Kenneth Lee Huntington with special guest artists Dr. Johnny Wow & Angelina Heyd. The Piranha Shop  - Works on Paper: A Pri nt Show by Electric Coffin"   We are excited to host this print show from Electric Coffin. It's a great show to grab someone a great gift for the holidays. This collection of new work is comprised of imagery, color palettes, tools and resources we use in the studio daily. It was an exercise in taking what objects and tools surround us and configuring those pieces into collaborative compositions. Each series is a study on utilizing our own detritus and recycling it into something new. As a process driven studio, the narrative defines the work we create as we navigate through multiple disciplines. Applying that process to the concept of a “Print Show” has lead us to producing several series of unique multiples, each series serves more as a family or suggestion and each print within that family retains its own identity. The result is a print show with hundreds of originals to choose from. The show opens at 6pm at The Piranha Shop. Prints will be hung throughout the gallery and prints will be removed from the wall upon purchase, so come early! There will be editions of 1 and editions of 20, prices will range between 40-150. Roq La R ue. Charismatic Megafauna" group show. Celebrating the magnificent beauty of some of the worlds largest and most spectacular species. Mankinds fascination with the surrounding wilderness began over 30, 000 years ago, leaving stories painted on rocks and caves throughout the world in Indonesia, Africa, Australia, Europe, and the Americas. The grace, beauty, and mysticism of our earths beasts continue to amaze, fascinate, and compel us today. From majestic wolves to powerful tigers and elephants, this year-end show explores the many different and fantastical ways contemporary artists draw inspiration and beauty from the animal kingdom. TK Artist Lofts - Holiday Celebration & Exhi bition.  Join us in for a lively party to kick off the holiday season! Enjoy food, drink, live music, and an exhibition of artworks in a variety of styles and media. Support local artists this season by giving the gift of original art. Loft residents are offering a number of pieces under 100. We also will be welcoming donations to the TKTA, which produces the annual Art of the City Street Fest. Credit cards accepted. This event is free and open to the public. Also check out new work at  4Culture,  Angle Gallery,  Artifact Gallery,   Art Xchange,   The Belfry Oddities,  Bonfire Gallery,  Core Gallery,  Davidson Galleries,   Delicatus,   Foster/White Gallery,  Gallery 110,   Gallery IM A,  goCstudio,  G reg Kucera Gallery,   Hall Spassov Gallery,   James Harris Gallery,   Linda Hodges Gallery,   Mariane Ibrahim Gallery,   Method Gallery, Nord Alley & the  Alley Network Project,   Occidental Square Park,  OK Gallery,  Pioneer Square Saloon,   Platform Gallery,   Punch,    Room 104 Gallery,  SAM Gallery,  Seattle Artsource,  Shift,  SOIL,  Stonington Gallery,  Surface Theory,   Treason Gallery,  and  more! Pioneer Square is the oldest art walk in the United States, and features over 50 galleries, studios, and other art spaces! The   Bainbridge Island Art Walk  ~ Friday, 4 December from 6-8pm. Selected shows: Bainbridge Arts & Crafts  - Red" group show. Celebrate all things red & festive this holiday season and pick up the gift of art! See new and exciting work at  Bainbridge Island Museum of Art,   Blackbird Bakery, the  BPA,  Danger,  Ele ven Winery,   Fork & Spoon, Ginger,  Harbour Public House,  Island Gallery,  Pegasus Coffee, Pauli Dennis Gallery,  PrettyStick,  Roby King Gallery,  Sally Robinson Gallery, and more! The  Fremont Art Walk  ~ Friday, 4 December from 6-9pm.  Selected shows: Tiny Dodo Gallery. Opening & market on 11 December. Bill Murray Xmas & Wes Anderson Tribute" group show. This show will be our 2nd Annual Bill Murray Show, but because I love Wes Anderson and also wanted to curate my own Wes Anderson Tribute Art Show, I combined the theme! They also go extremely well together! The Bill Murray part of this event will be the ornaments on our Bill Murray Christmas tree! There is no limit to how many will be for sale so buy as many as you want! Art will be smaller pieces and cash and carry. So art will be bought and given off the walls at the event as well as during the month. Perfect for Christmas gifts: Also check out new work at  ArtFX Gallery,  Asgard Tavern,  Atlas Clothing,   Bellefleur Lingerie,  evo Timesinfinity Gallery,  Frame Up Studios,   Fremont Jewelry Design,  Fremont Health Club,   Gasworks Gallery,   GiGi Retro Inspired Clothing,  Hub and Bespoke,  Johnson Architects,  Makerhaus,  Northwest Vision St udio,   Pel'Meni Dumpling Tzar,  Portgage Bay Goods,   Sanachi Massage,  Saturn,  Space,   Starbucks Coffee,  The Sweet Spot,  and more! Urban Craft Uprising at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, Saturday & Sunday, 5-6 December. Urban Craft Uprising is Seattles largest indie craft show! At UCU, now in its eleventh year, fans can choose from a wide variety of hand-crafted goods, including clothing of all types, jewelry, gifts, bags, wallets, buttons, accessories, aprons, childrens goods, toys, housewares, furniture, paper goods, candles, kits, geekery, art, food, and much, much more. Each show is carefully curated and juried to ensure the best mix of crafts and arts, along with quality and originality. This bi-annual show features over 150 vendors excelling in the world of craft, art and design. Over the course of 11 years, UCU has garnered so much attention that over 16, 000 fans swarm to the show over the course of the weekend. Hundreds of fans are lined up before our doors open to receive our famous swag bags full of goodies from our vendors and lovely sponsors. Not only can you peruse the aisles full of vendors, but there are also hourly crafty book signings and demos to check out. This show is free and fun for the whole family! We look forward to seeing you! Center Valle y Animal Rescue Fundraiser at CVAR, Saturday, 5 December from 11am-4pm. Our special guest is artist Braden Duncan of Clockwork Art. She painted Christmas Kitten who is on our flier. She has donated the original painting which will be a Silent Auction item at the Holiday Open House! The  Port Townsend Art Walk  ~ Saturday, 5 December from  5-8pm. Selected shows: Red Raven Gallery  - TBA Also check out new work at   Earthenworks Gallery,  Forest Gems Gallery,  Gallery 9,   Max Grover Gallery,  Port Townsend Gallery,  Simon Mace Gallery,   Williams Gallery, and more! Don't forget to stop in Cellar Door for a nightcap, local art. live music! Mourning Market at El Corazon, Sunday, 6 December from noon-5pm. With the Holiday season approaching fast, we are excited about our upcoming Mourning Market at El Corazon Dec 6th 2015. We will once again be giving away 50 FREE bags filled with goodies from our generous Vendors and Sponsors when we open the doors. Shop DARK, shop MACABRE and keep Seattle wicked. Make a statement this year and support the talented artists and sponsors participating in our show and BUY and SUPPORT HANDMADE this year! Come join us, have a drink and have lots of fun shopping. We can't wait to see you all! I NScape Open Studios at I N Scape Arts, Sunday, 6 December from 1-6pm. Come in, and sit for a spell. Take part in a unique photo project I am creating! Enjoy a day of art, food and good ol' chattin' Or perhaps support your local artists this season by giving art as gifts! Guest artist Tara Mc Dermott will have new encaustic photographic work to share, as well as Oil Practioner Elisa Boots will be able to tell you about the benefits of her amazing oils. Come check out the amazing studios! 5 floors of holiday cheer; art, food and drink to share! The  Capitol Hill Art Walk  ~ Thursday, 10 December from 5-9pm.  Selected shows: Chroma Clouds Gallery  - Soul Seekers" by Rhodora Jacob. We are so excited to announce our next art show at Chroma Clouds Gallery featuring Rhodora Jacob! Rhodora is an artist from Seattle Washington and her work features nature, surrealism, and beautiful, colorful characters. Come check out her amazing new collection of art! Ghost Gallery. Annual Miniature Art Extravaganza" group show. Ghost Gallery's Annual Miniature Art Extravaganza continues through January! Almost 10 years running, this annual exhibit features hundreds of small works by local, national & global artists. 10" x 10. smaller, 250 & under, these works of Art are perfect for gifting and are a great way to start your own original Art collection. This city-wide exhibit is being held at Ghost Gallery and Edie's Shoes on Capitol Hill, Stylus Salon in Belltown AND Solo Bar in Lower Queen Anne - Four local venues filled with wonderful Small Art! The show is also online (more pieces being added for the January edition) so those of you outside Seattle can also enjoy + shop miniature art! Mercury  - Transmission"   Featured artist!   Featured bellydance! Guest DJ! Every month we bring you the best in Shoegaze, post-punk, post-rock and psych music with your host DJ Echo!  You do not have to be a member for this night, and you do not need a member to sign you in. It is open to the  public. No dress code. Free for members before 9. 30p m, 5 for non-members. Starts at 9pm and goes til 2am. Pound Arts - Pound Open Studios. It's that time of year when Pound Arts opens their studios to the public, invites other artists to display their goods and invites all to be merry while we eat, drink, play music and see what's new and unique in arts and crafts! And of course, our annual Silent Auction where 100% of the proceeds go to a new non-profit each year and this year we have chosen Old Dog Haven! Steve Gilbert Photo Studio - Sea n Michael Hurley Also check out new work at  12th Avenue Arts,   Americana,  Apocalypse Tattoo,  Bauhaus,  Broadcast Coffee Roasters,   Caffe Vita,  Cafe Pettirosso,  Calypte Gallery,   Capitol Cider,  Cloud Gallery,   Cupcake Royale,  Dendroica Gallery,  The Factory,   Front Seat Gallery,   High 5 Pie,  In-Arts Collective,   Joe Bar,   Kismet Salon,   Laughing Buddha,   Online Cafe,  Paris Eastside,  PCNW,  Poco Wine + Spirits,  Retrofit  Home,  Rubix Apartments,   SAAM,  Saint John's Bar,   Saints Gal lery,   STart Wall Project,  SugarPill,  The Pine Box, True Love Gallery, Vermillion,   and more! West Seattle Wine Cellars The  West Seattle Art Walk  ~ Thursday, 10 December from 6-9pm. Selected shows:  Twilight Gallery  - Holiday Small Works Exhibit" group show. Small works under 200 at Twilight Gallery 2015! Giving the gift of art and celebrating independent designers and small business this Holiday season is what makes this exhibit so special to us. Come and join us on Dec. 10th for West Seattle Art Walk 6 to 9pm for this special holiday event. Runs through Jan 31! West Seattle Wine Cellars  - Arborist" by Rachel Setz er.   Everyone can be redeemed. With the right ingredients, some love, compassion, and time anything and anyone can be made beautiful again no matter how far down they have been destroyed. The Arborist series began as an exercise in making something pretty. Soon it began to give me peace and refuge from my other responsibilities, and I took the opportunity to hide in paintings of trees that reminded me of easier times. Then, it took on a brand new life when I combined Arborist with a newly discovered love of making my own paper by hand. Also check out new work at  Arts West,   Click! Design That Fits,  The Heartland Cafe,  Hotwire Coffee,  Shadowland,  Skylark Cafe,   Shoofly Pie,  West 5,  Wild Rose's,  Windermere, and more! CoCA at Rubix featuring Bo Choi, Thursday, 10 December from 6-9pm.  We are pleased to present installation and fiber artist, Bo Choi, at our gallery space at Rubix from December 3 through January 9, with an opportunity to meet the artist during Capitol Hill art walk on December 10. Bo, who participated in our recent 24 Hour Art Marathon, is an innovative fashion designer and artist. Her fashion line merges with installation art as she explores and transgresses the ways a body interacts with clothing. Bo challenges concepts of freedom and form, and we are amazed at her unconventional use of mens underwear and plastic bags. Bo has exhibited locally and internationally and completed residencies in Germany and Korea. She currently teaches fashion design at Sanford-Brown College (Seattle) and computer graphic at North Seattle College. Bo is represented by Gallery IMA in Seattle and holds an MFA from the University of Washington. "Shotgun Lecture Series" at Pivot Art + Cu lture, Thursda y, 10 December at 6. 30pm. Pivot Art + Culture welcomes you to our innagural public program, featured in conjunction with The Figure in Process, an exhibition on view through February 28, 2016. For this Shotgun Lecture, a selection of Seattles artists, curators, and cultural organizers will each have 10-minutes to reflect on projects that have long-since ended, but continue to resonate. Site-specific installations, community-driven collaborations, and performative happenings are just some of the subjects that will be addressed in this rapid-fire program.      Pivot Art + Culture is a 3, 000-square-foot concept space located on the ground floor of the newly constructed Allen Institute building in the heart of Seattles South Lake Union neighborhood. It is an initiative of Vulcan Inc. and Paul G. Allen with a mission to make art accessible to the public. Presenters include: Eric Fredericksen, manager, City of Seattle Waterfront Program Klara Glosova, founder/director, NEPO House Todd Jannausch, founder/director, Gallery 206 LET'S (Andy Arkley, Courtney Barnebey & Peter Lynch) Art Collective Yoko Ott, founder/director, The New Foundation The  Art Up Phinneywood Art Walk  ~ Friday, 1 1 December from 6-10pm. Selected shows: Echo Echo G allery  - Happy Holidays. Happy Holidays from the Echo Echo crew! Please join us as we bid a fond farewell to Agent 0 and welcome our newest member Ahmed Davis! We'll have mini art, ornaments, inexpensive pieces from past shows, and one-of-a-kind finds as we all unclutter our studios in time for the new year. Come for art, stay for fun! HappyTime Apocalypse  - Birthday Time Apocalypse" Tonight is the Greenwood Art Walk at the HappyTime Apocalypse gallery, and also my birthday! Please come on over and see some art and come celebrate my birthday with me. Urban Light Studios   - Opening Reception: Wanderlust " by Ryan Henry Ward. Seattle-icon Ryan Henry Ward shares an intimate perspective on his time spent living abroad. Showing never-before-seen photographs, his works in the new medium stand powerfully on their own while revealing glimpses into some of the most formative years of Henry's life. The show will also feature paintings, giveaways, and a live performance by singer/songwriter Lana McMullen. Closing Reception: Bipolar" by Chari ty Jones. Check out new work at:  Avanti Art & Design,  Chocolatti,  Gainsbourg,  Home Suite Home, Kolab Galery, Naked City Brewery,   Quadrapus,   School of Rock,  The Space is Ours,   Two Bird Tattoo, Warl ock Labs, and more! The  Belltown Art Walk  ~ Friday, 1 1 December from 6-9pm.  Selected shows: A/NT Gallery,  Bikes + Art,  City Hostel Seattle,  Crocodile Cafe,  Essentia,   Form/Space Atelier,   Michelle Dirkse Interior Design,   Patricia Cameron  Gallery,   Pintxo  &  The Upstairs,  Rocco's,   Rudy's Barber Shop,  Sassafras,   Seattle Ink & Oil,  Stylus Salon,  and more! 2nd Saturdays at TK Hall Collective" The 2nd Saturday of every month from noon-5pm at the TK Artist Loft building in Pioneer Square. With the revitalised success of the Pioneer Square 1st Thursday Art Walk, several of the working studios at the Tashiro/Kaplan Building have collectively decided to add a new tradition by also opening our doors to the public on the second Saturday of every month from noon to 5 pm. Participating studios: 306 S Washington St.  ( 101 - Ellen Hoch Berg, 103 - Studio 103, 104 - Juan Alonso, 105 - Joanna Morgan Designs) 312 S Washington St.  ( 2B - Barbara Noonin, C - Jody Joldersma) December Edition of COLLECT. Saturday, 12 Decem ber from 5- 7 pm. See + Appreciate = Own. The tour begins at Vermillion Art Gallery and Bar, featuring an exhibition by the MO WAVE Queer art festival. Next, COLLECT visits the South Park Arts 11th Annual Art Under 100 event with 70 artists participating. Then, it's on to Equinox Studios for a Very Open House with almost 100 resident artists and artisans, guest artists, music, poetry, dance, demos, and more. The bus will return to Vermillion. As usual there are small bites and free flowing champagne included with your ticket price of 25. The   Ballard Art Walk  ~ Saturday, 1 2 December from 6-9pm. Selected shows: Monster Art & Clothin g  - Hap py T ime Apoca lypse featuring Sami, Dusty & Jeanne! Come for a Holiday Spectacular artwalk featuring original artwork by three artists from the beloved HappyTime Apocalypse Gallery in Greenwood! There will be snacks! There will be fun! And you can get all your holiday shopping done! Push/Pull. Regrets: A Tattoo Themed Art Show " Substation. Small Art" group show. Check out new work at  Annie's Art &Frame,   Art & Soul,  Ballard Metal Arts,  Ballard Works,  The BalMar,  Blowing Sands Glass Studio,  Building C Studios,  Cupcake Royal,  Filthy Rich,  Full Tilt,  Habitude,   Herb's House,   Kiss Cafe,   Liberte Skin Wellness,  Miro Tea,   Nightingale Gallery, Savour,  Spark Studio,  Sticks & Stones Gallery,  the  Sunset Tavern,  Venue  and more! The  Georgetown Art  Attack  ~ Saturday, 1 2 December from 6-9pm.  IMPORTANT NOTE TO THOSE ATTENDING THE OPENING! Parking on site is pay only. Please be sure to either park on the street or in a pay lot on either end of the building. Building management will ticket ca rs improperly parked.  Selected shows: Eight and Sand. 78 Tarot Nautical Group Show" This show features several national and international artists who have created art for the 78 Tarot Project. The 78 Tarot Project is a group of artists from all over the world who have come together to create several tarot decks, the 3rd is to be released in 2016. This is the first art show featuring a handful of original works and prints. Georgetown Liquor Company  - Bits & Birds" by Braden Duncan (Clockwork Art. Watercolours & giclee prints featuring mechanical birds & other clockwork creations! Krab Jab Studio  - Bird Life: The Art of Socar Miles" In Socar's first US solo show, Bird Life" explores her relationship with one of her favorite subjects, the birds that live in her neighborhood as well as her imagination. From tiny sparrows to tragic albatross, she weaves humor and sadness together with her trusty pen to create a spectacular collection of tiny treasures. True to form, Socar is unable to travel to appear at her opening; she has officially approved to have singer/actress Jordan Corbin perform as Socar at the opening. Jordan has performed as Socar in the past, reading from Socar's new book "Mr Nobody and the Worms" at the 2015 Mythic World's "Brittany to Cascadia" salon. We are delighted to have her back. Spectrum House Salon & Photo  - Spectrum's closing event! Stop by and say hi for the very last time. Seattle & Georgetown will miss you! Also check out new work at   9lb Hammer,   Artcore Tattoo,  Belle & Whissel,  Equinox Studios,   Fantagraphics Bookstore,   Georgetown Atelier,  Georgetown Arts & Cultural Centre,   Georgetown Trailer Park Mall,  Interstitial,   Mainframe, Praxis Arts, Smarty Pants,  The Alice,   Totally Blown Glassworks,  Two Tartes Cafe,  Wax Expressions, and  more! Holiday Pop-Up at Bar del Corso, S unday, 13 December from noon-6pm. Bar del Corso Pizzeria is hosting a holiday gift pop-up featuring local artists, illustrators, jewelry and clothing designers, and more. Shop small and local for the holidays! Seattle's newest food truck, Cauldron will be parked outside and have delicious food for sale. The fabulous Anna Wallace will be tending bar and we will have other refreshments available. The  Queen Anne Uptown Art Walk  ~ Thursday, 1 7 December from 5-7. Selected shows: Check out new work at  Bombsheller Art Labs,  Caffe Ladro,  Liberty Tattoo Parlour,  Mercer Street Books,  Mud Bay,  Peridot Boutique,  Solo Bar,   Teatro Zinzanni,  Tin Lizzie Lounge,   Toulouse Petit,  The Vera Project, and more. The   Edmonds Art Walk   ~ Thursday, 1 7 December from 5-8pm. Selected shows: Otherworlds  - Kit tens & C lockwork" by Braden Duncan (Clockwo rk Art. Water colours & giclee prints featuring dapper black Steampunk & pop culture ki ttens! Cheesemongers  is right next door if you find yourself in need of something delicious, and you can check out new work at  ARTspot, Arts Now,  C'est La Vie,  The Papery,  Red Petal Cakes,  Stunningly Strange Gallery, and more than 30 other Edmonds art spaces! The Edmonds Thearte presents Free Movie Night! Every 3rd Thursday following the Art Walk! This Month:  Mad Max (original) The  University District Art Walk  ~ Friday, 1 8 December from 6-9pm. Selected shows: Gargoyles Statuary  - The Dar kest Night" group show. We will be celebrating dark & mysterious winter holiday traditions and winter lore from around the world. From Krampus to the Yule Cat~ please join us for an evening of festive merriment with the art of EGO, Heidi Estey, Braden Duncan, Laura Zakroff, Corby Baker, Lis Wright Ivec, Jeff Shaw, Craig Luckenbach, Brian Houghton, Keith Amarak Waters, and Marsha Rollinger. originals, prints, cards and other dark treasures will be available! Also see new work at   7 Market & Cafe,  BC Surf + Sport,   Cafe Allegro,   Cafe Solstice,  Chaco Canyon Cafe,   Daisy Sky Studio, Herkimer Coffee,  Lucid Gallery,  Moksha,  University Business Center,   Zoka Coffee, and more! Renegade Craft Fair at Magnuson Park Hang ar 30, Saturday-Sunday, 19-20 December. We are thrilled to debut the Holiday Renegade Craft Fair this year in Seattles Magnuson Park Hangar 30 on December 19 + 20, 2015! As always, we will be featuring a thoughtfully curated selection of the finest indie-craft goods, perfect for all of your holiday gift-giving needs. Attendees will enjoy a weekend of shopping handmade, participating in DIY workshops, and joining in on the festive holiday vibes. Seattle Unique Boutique at GymSmithy, S unday, 20 December from 11am-7pm. Seattle Unique Boutique is excited to present you with a curated selection of vendors to shop for locally sourced fabulousness, and to cover your last-minute holiday gifts. Come to Columbia City and join us! Our goal is to present local, original, unique artists, healers, oddities, metaphysicians. curious crafts. "Jeffrey Mitchell's Turn"  4th Tuesdays at  Joe Bar.  Tuesday, 22 December at Joe Bar from 6. 30-9. The 7 th installment in this inaugural series is coming up. Stay tuned! TURN is a year-long collaborative exhibition platform, where twelve artists take turns transforming a single piece. To start, one artist is selected to create a piece for opening night. Each ensuing artist takes it for one month, shows their progress for one evening, then hands it off. Changes to the piece may be made to any degree, so long as some physical or aesthetic part of what's received remains. During these monthly exhibitions, when the indefinite work comes into focus, the exhibiting artist proposes a title and a conclusion to the finished piece. What do we call it? What do we do with it when we're done? At the end of the final exhibition, a title and a conclusion are chosen. Finishing the process, one last gathering is held to deliver the piece to its chance destination. Created by Shaun Kardinal. ONGOING: The  SAAM  is currently  featuring: Conceal/Reveal: Making Meaning in Chinese Art" 20 December 2014 - 14 February 2016.  This exhibition shows that Chinese artists traditionally employ different approaches to construct layered meanings in an indirect but intriguing way: using one motif to represent another, either through their literary associations or shared pronunciations (homophones) playing with mediums such as using contemporary ceramics to imitate ancient lacquerware; or the pretext of metaphors to make social or political commentaries. This purposeful layering by the artist invites the viewer to mentally peel the layers and reveal the embedded meanings. The  SAM   is currently featuring: Intimate Impressionism" 1 October 2015 - 10 January 2016.   The collection is comprised of extraordinary paintings, considered to be the jewels of one of the finest collections of French Impressionism in the world. This exhibition features 68 intimately scaled paintings by Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masters, including Edouard Manet, Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Eugène Boudin, Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard, Paul Gauguin, and Vincent van Gogh, among others. These works, which are prominently presented in the East Building of the National Gallery, have long been treasured by the museums visitors and prized by art historians. "Rebel Rebel" 29 August - 29 December.  Potent rebuttals against female stereotypes by women artists are front and center in this installation. Starting in the 1960s in the wake of the feminist movement, women artists rebelled against clichés—notably the image of the seductive Eve and the persistent proclamation of male power and genius. Still a pressing issue today, younger artists represent women and their work in visual refutations that range from punchy to lyrical. Male critiques of traditional gender roles are also on view: a version of a gay pioneer couple is included in a set of dinner plates, and a patchwork quilt dedicated to Glacier National Park deflates expectations of the great outdoors as an arena for male machismo. Bainbridge Island Museum of Art  is currently featuring: New Light" by Steven Maslach (10 October 2015 - 7 February 2016.   Bainbridge Island Glass artist Steven Maslach is featured in a solo show with a survey of large-scale cast glass, wood and mixed media sculptures. New Light refers to his recent development of a unique means of coloring thick, clear glass. Also featured in the exhibition are examples of his older work which use more conventionally colored glass. "A Story Place" by Nancy Thorne Chambers (10 October 2015 - 7 February 2016.  A Story Place is an enchanting ceramic installation featuring thirty life-size animals and insects sitting intently in a forest, listening to a child reading a story—a story that is curiously about them.  A Story Place is a visual feast that speaks volumes about the simple but very complex idea of "relationship. Creating a sense of "story" within "visual relationships" is what inspires clay artist Nancy Thorne Chambers. Each sculpture is hand-built, fired, glazed, fired again then painted with layers of color to enhance depth to hair and fur. Every gesture, expression, clothing color and finish is carefully chosen both artistically and with relationship to their group setting. Nancy is a former family therapist from Olympia. Wayne Bund @ Gage Gage Academy of Art   is currently featuring: Drink & Draw"  every 1st Friday from 7-9pm.  Each session is based on a theme – a costumed model, still life arrangements, music, videos and more. Well provide the drawing materials for free – or just have a cocktail or glass of wine and watch the artists work! No formal instruction is provided, no host bar. Ages 21+ only, please. 10 at the door. "Sanctum. Henry The  Henry Art Gallery  is currently featuring: Maximum Fun: A New Sincerity Event"  Maximum Fun is part picnic, part aerobics class, and part community-building event featuring works by Nat Evans, Mario Lemafa, and Elizabeth Spavento. Join us at the UW's Sylvan Theater to traverse mental obstacle courses, jump over things, and shout in unison. Playing off Jesse Thorn's Manifesto for the New Sincerity, Maximum Fun seeks to probe the relationship between sincerity and irony through a series of interactive activities inspired by the legendary Evel Knievel. The  Frye Art Museum  is currently featuring: Structure & Ornament"  by Leo Saul Berk, an exhibition which comprises sculptural and video work by Seattle artist Leo Saul Berk, as well as two new site-specific works commissioned by the Museum. "Andy Warhol: Little Red Book #178"   Little Red Book #178 comprises nineteen Polaroids of friends and celebrities, many of whom were involved in the production of Warhol's film L'Amour (1973) which was filmed in Paris in September 1970. L'Amour was written and directed by Warhol and Paul Morrissey. The film starred Warhol superstars Jane Forth and Donna Jordan, French actor Max Delys, and American actor Michael Sklar; the cast also included Peter Greenlaw and fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. The Frye also hosts an art lecture series every Thursday night. With this much going on, you couldn't possibly complain that there's nothing to do in Seattle! Support your local art scene! Cheers. ~ BCDuncan.

Adam Sadlers Uncut Gens brought me here. Merci inter. WRITERS PAUL MORRISSEY CAST MAX DELYS ONLINE l'amour. La Melanie qu'elle jalouse. If you need your art fix for the month of November (and I know I do. here are some shows that you won't want to miss! LAST CHANCE: I Wonder if This Will Kill Me" by Stasia Burrington by Twilight Gallery. This art is my way of tugging at old wounds, stretching out and gnawing over old heartbreak and disappointment, using vague images of my body as the language. The materials are simple, and straightforward: one color of oil paint on bleak birch panels. Im trying to create a portrait of longing, of a fleeting, anonymous stillness. I am remembering sadness. Showing through 8 November. "Sci Fi Art 2015" group show at Urban Light Studios Featuring Casey Brookbush, Derek Ross, Ashley N Joncas, Eli Wolff & Alexander Williamson. Showing through 13 November. COMING UP: Artifact Gallery AXIS Gallery Davidson Galleries Flatcolor Gallery Greg Kucera Gallery Linda Hodges Gallery The  Pioneer Square Art Walk  ~ Thursday,  5 November  from 5-9pm. Selected shows: Artifact Gallery  - For the Love of Heat" by Tina Randolph.  Tina Randolph is a multidisciplinary artist based in Seattle, Washington. She creates compelling environments and artwork for clients and collectors in public and private spaces and collections. Randolph's work has contributed immeasurably to the vibrant art and design movement in Seattle's Capitol Hill Neighborhood. Her architectural plaster and cement finishes and large scale murals enliven the areas most intriguing restaurants and bars. Numerous solo shows as well as private commissions have given collectors access to mixed media painting throughout her 25 year career. AXIS Pioneer Sq uare  - Between the Devil & the Deep" by Yvette Endrijautzki & Javier Ortega.  Javier Ortega and Yvette Endrijautzki construct a dark visual wonderland, taking surrealist twists through time warps, old puzzles, and melancholy tales. With film preview of "A Brief History of Time Travel" by Gisella Bustillos. Davidson Galleries  - Horror Vacui" by Ben Beres.  “Horror Vacui” is Latin for "fear of empty space. ” In artwork, it means filling the entirety of a space or surface with detail. Nature abhors a vacuum, as did the Victorians an undecorated square inch. For his third show at Davidson since 2002, Ben Beres channels this impulse in a process that exhausts his personal idée fixe while expertly mashing together Renaissance technology with a sampling of contemporary culture. Flatcolor Gallery  - Hands of Doom. group show.  Featuring: Glyn Smyth, Rotten Fantom, Alexander L. Brown, Sarah Sheil, Hal Rotter, Jas Helena, Dave Correia, Martin Ontiveros, Jamiyla Lowe, Todd Ryan White. “Hands of Doom" is a group exhibition featuring hand-made creations from the darkest corners of the art realm. Delving into blackest voids, burning light and the gray gloom in-between. From haunting wastelands and bleak visions of the future to dark rituals and rites of magic and sorcery - raise your "Hands of Doom" and join Flatcolor in this exhibition of the dreadful and morbid. G reg Kucera Gallery  - Great American Muse" by Roger Shimomura Linda Hodges Gallery  - Learning to Write" by Peggy Washburn. Encaustic & mixed media Roq La Rue  - Main Gallery: Di Minores" by Alessandra Maria. Grotesques" by Zachari Logan. Loft Gallery: Broken Image" by Joe Rudko Treason Gallery. PAPER " group show.  #PAPER is an open format group exhibition with the sole unified factor of prints on paper. Each artist will present a single limited edition print run. With a line up of artists representing a variety of different mediums and subject matter, PAPER will celebrate the complexity of each of these individuals. The show will spotlight the individuality and uniqueness of each artist while simultaneously celebrating the beauty of prints on paper. The roster is a compilation of artists from around the country including Seattle, New York City, Chicago, Miami, and Los Angeles. The line-up provides a variety of genres, from street art to collage work, painting and graphic design. #PAPER will act as a preview of what to expect in the year to come at Treason Gallery. Also check out new work at  4Culture,  57 Biscayne,  Abmeyer + Wood,   Angle Gallery,  Art Xchange,   The Belfry Oddities,  Bonfire Gallery,  Core Gallery,   Delicatus,   Foster/White Gallery,  Gallery 110,   Gallery IM A,  goCstudio,   Hall Spassov Gallery,   James Harris Gallery,   Mariane Ibrahim Gallery,   Method Gallery, Nord Alley & the  Alley Network Project,   Occidental Square Park,  OK Gallery,  Pioneer Square Saloon,   The Piranha Shop,   Platform Gallery,   Punch,    Room 104 Gallery,  SAM Gallery,  Seattle Artsource,  Shift,  SOIL,  Stonington Gallery,  Surface Theory,   and more! Pioneer Square is the oldest art walk in the United States, and features over 50 galleries, studios, and other art spaces! The   Bainbridge Island Art Walk  ~ Friday,  6 November  from 6-8pm. Selected shows: Bainbridge Arts & Crafts. Northwest Fine Craft" group show. Elevated craft: furniture, fiber, ceramics, and metal in sometimes unexpected forms from some of our regions finest. Caroline Cooley Browne, Garrison Coverdale, Jason Devinney, Fred Eiden, John Ellefson, Gina Freuen, Hank Holzer, Sandra Leese, Heidi Lund, Nikki McClure, Hugh Montgomery, Kimberly Morris, Carol Roi Olsen, Reid Ozaki, Julie Paschkis, Lynnette Sandbloom, Carianna Schreitz, Jay T. Scott, Sue Skelly, Birgit Johsenhans & Bob Spangler, Don Sprague, Rick Stafford, Suyama Peterson Deguchi, Melinda West, Stewart Wurtz, and Dana Ziesemer. See new and exciting work at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art,   Blackbird Bakery, the  BPA,  Danger,  Ele ven Winery,   Fork & Spoon, Ginger,  Harbour Public House,  Island Gallery,  Pegasus Coffee, Pauli Dennis Gallery,  PrettyStick,  Roby King Gallery,  Sally Robinson Gallery, and more! The  Fremont Art Walk  ~ Friday,  6 November   from 6-9pm.  Selected shows: Tiny Dodo Gallery  - Lost in Wonderland" group show, featuring Tripper Dungan.  Tripper's work is nostalgic and modern at the same time. Having the feeling of urban street and folklore mixed into a cohesive masterpiece of rad! I invite you all to come see his whimsically hip world! Did I also mention his work requires 3D glasses? Tripper's work will be complimented by a group show for Alice in Wonderland's anniversary! All Wonderland themed so I hope you attend and enjoy! Also check out new work at  ArtFX Gallery,  Asgard Tavern,  Atlas Clothing,   Bellefleur Lingerie,  evo Timesinfinity Gallery,  Frame Up Studios,   Fremont Jewelry Design,  Fremont Health Club,   Gasworks Gallery,   GiGi Retro Inspired Clothing,  Hub and Bespoke,  Johnson Architects,  Makerhaus,  Northwest Vision St udio,   Pel'Meni Dumpling Tzar,  Portgage Bay Goods,   Sanachi Massage,  Saturn,  Space,   Starbucks Coffee,  The Sweet Spot,  and more! SAM Remix  at SAM. Friday,  6 November  fro m 8pm-midnight.  Create. Move. Engage. Play. Advance tickets to #SAMRemix are now sold out. Tickets at the door will be 12 for SAM members (with ID) 25 for Adults, and 20 for Students (with ID) subject to availability. Individuals will be able to purchase up to 4 tickets at the door. Fashionably Floral: First 50 wearing head-to-toe floral patterns get in for FREE! Choose your own adventure from this late night of performances, activities, dancing, and more with our special exhibition Intimate Impressionism from the National Gallery of Art and SAMs amazing collection. 18+                The nights events include: Dance the night away with mix master, DJ Fish Boogie. Experience global sound with musicians from One Beat. Connect with interesting people through Siren, an app project by Susie Lee.  Explore your creative side with activities by local artists Janet Fagan, Romson Bustillo, and Talia Silveri Wright. Witness a new performance by The Horse in Motion arranged from articles and reviews of their past shows, excerpts from Matisse's Self Portrait by Charles Mee, and contemporary reviews of Impressionist art. Experience the galleries in new and innovative ways with highly opinionated My Favorite Things tours led by artists, performers, creatives, and thinkers: Jody Kuehner, dance artist also known as Cherdonna Shinatra; Lorrie Cardoso, founder of Seattle Arts and Cultural Events Meetup group; Agnes Gawne, costume designer and faculty member at New York Fashion Academy; Thierry Rautureau, “Chef in the Hat” and owner of Loulay and Luc restaurants; Michael Strangeways, Editorial Director of Seattle Gay Scene; and much more! The  Port Orchard Art on the Streets  ~ Saturday,  7  November  from 2-5pm (April-November. Selected shows: Sidney Museum. Raining Cats & Dogs" A Whimsical show to keep you warm on a cold & rainy day. The  Port Townsend Art Walk  ~ Saturday,  7  November  from 5-8pm. Selected shows: Red Raven Gallery  - Creature Comforts" featu ring  Amy Weber, Braden Duncan, Alicia Caruso, Jesse Link & Jackie Chisick Also check out new work at   Earthenworks Gallery,  Forest Gems Gallery,  Gallery 9,   Max Grover Gallery,  Port Townsend Gallery,  Simon Mace Gallery,   Williams Gallery, and more! If you get hungry along the way, stop into  Elevated Ice Cream,  Nifty Fifty'sDiner,  Northwind ArtsAlliance,   Water Street Creperie, or  Cellar Door  (the delicious brainchild of local food aficionados Dominic Svornich and Stephanie Hoch. CoCA's 24-Hour Art Marathon, Art Party & Gala Auction at the Summit Building. Wednesday, 11 November - Friday, 13 November.  Schedule of Events: 24-Hour Art Marathon: Wednesday, 11 Nov @ 9pm - Thursday, 12 Nov @ 9pm *Art Party (free during the Cap Hill Art Walk) Thursday, 12 Nov from 6-9pm *Gala Auction (tickets required) Friday, 13 Nov from 5. 30-11pm Come say hi & cheer us on during the Cap Hill Art Walk! We'll be fantastically sleep deprived, so it'll be entertaining, I promise. wink emoticon At least 3 pieces from each artist created during the Marathon will be available for purchase at the Auction on Friday! Tickets are still available, so get them while they last! We've put together a stellar list of artists for this year's event including: Juli Adams, Kate Alkarni, Curtis Ashby, Flynn Bickley, Larry Calkins, Bo Choi, Chris Crites, Casey Curran, Braden Duncan, David Francis, Anne Marie Grgich, Aramis Hamer, Jazz Mom, Holly Ballard Martz, Savina Mason, Gabriel Marquez, John Osgood (with Michelle Anderst, Tracy Boyd and Don De Leva) Kyle Rees, June Sekiguchi, Chris Sheridan. We're also featuring the collaborative team of Zorn Taylor and Dave Kennedy and for the very first time, we have video game designers, Galvanic Games (winning bidders get a character in their image. These artists will paint, cut, design, melt, fabricate, code, photograph, glue, snip, draw, wire, and sew over 100 phenomenal new works of art during the frenetic, controlled chaos that is the CoCA 24-Hour Art Marathon, then it will all be auctioned off during the Auction Gala on November 13. Auction Ticket Information: Open Seating: 125 (115 Member price. Reserved Seating: 150 (140 Member price. Chroma Clouds Gallery Ghost Gallery True Love Gallery Victrola Coffee The  Capitol Hill Art Walk  ~ Thursday,  12  November  from 5-9pm.  Selected shows: Calypte Gallery  - Fourty by Fourty" by Susanna Bluhm.  Fourty experimental drawings for 40. 00 each. This will be a bit like an exploded sketchbook. Gouache, pencil, marker, colored pencil, acrylic, watercolor on paper. Chroma Clouds Gallery  - In Habitat" by CAS H.  Cash is an artist from Seattle Washington and his work features abstract elements colliding with beautiful elements of nature and fantasy! His new collection of works is called "In Habitat" and will feature works on wood and paper. Ghost Gallery  - Mosquito Noi se"   features new work by innovative Seattle artists Nick Bartoletti, T. S. Flock, Sarah Teasdale and Cait Willis. Each artist explores the interference and influence of technology through new media, installation, digital renderings and painting. Mercury  - Transmission"   Featured artist: Dave Carmocan!   Featured bellydance: Raqs Nocturna with Magi & Ana Belle! Guest DJ BPA! Every month we bring you the best in Shoegaze, post-punk, post-rock and psych music with your host DJ Echo!  You do not have to be a member for this night, and you do not need a member to sign you in. It is open to the public. No dress code. Free for members before 9. 30p m, 5 for non-members. Starts at 9pm and goes til 2am. True Love Gallery. Fine Mesh: Screen Prints from the PNW" group show. This month we'll be hanging art focusing on the fun, messy and technical medium of screen printing. FINE MESH gets it's name from the process of transferring images onto almost any surface or textile by forcing ink through a prepared screen of fine material - usually silk or nylon. Victrola Coffee - Moksha Marquardt, paintings & drawings Also check out new work at  12th Avenue Arts,   Americana,  Apocalypse Tattoo,  Bauhaus,  Broadcast Coffee Roasters,   Caffe Vita,  Cafe Pettirosso,  Calypte Gallery,   Capitol Cider,  Cloud Gallery,   Cupcake Royale,  Dendroica Gallery,  The Factory,   Front Seat Gallery,   High 5 Pie,  In-Arts Collective,   Joe Bar,   Kismet Salon,   Laughing Buddha,   Online Cafe,  Paris Eastside,  PCNW,  Poco Wine + Spirits,  Retrofit  Home,  Rubix Apartments,   SAAM,  Saint John's Bar,   Saints Gal lery,   STart Wall Project,  SugarPill,  The Pine Box,  Vermillion,   and more! November Edition of COLLEC T. Thursday, 12 November from 6. 30-8. 30pm.  See + Appreciate = Own The tour begins at Vermillion Art Gallery and Wine Bar, featuring an exhibition by the MO WAVE Queer art festival. Next, COLLECT visits the Ghost Gallery to see MOSQUITO NOISE, an exhibition featuring new work by Seattle artists Nick Bartoletti, T. Then we will visit Calypte Gallery for Susanna Bluhm's "Forty by Forty" show. The exhibition features 40 experimental drawings for 40. The last stop is the CoCA (Center on Contemporary Art) 24 hour Art Marathon. Guests will able to get their tintype portrait taken by guest photographer, Daniel Carrillo. Meet the participating artists, check out the new art created in the previous 23 hours. The bus will return to Vermillion. As usual there are small bites and free flowing champagne included with your ticket price. West Seattle Wine Cellars The  West Seattle Art Walk  ~ Thursday,  12  November   from 6-9pm. Selected shows:  Twilight Gallery  - MLLE X" by Hanna Myers.  The MLLE X exhibition arose from the artist's recent personal struggle with coinciding mental and physical illness. Myers was inspired to create work that explored the experience of realizing how little control we as individuals possess over our biology, and how devastating that realization can be. Myers used the the story of Mademoiselle X, an anonymized woman from history who was incapable of reconciling her physical and mental selves into one being, as a filter for better understanding her own internal struggles. West Seattle Wine Cellars. Arborist" by Rachel Setz er.   Everyone can be redeemed. With the right ingredients, some love, compassion, and time anything and anyone can be made beautiful again no matter how far down they have been destroyed. The Arborist series began as an exercise in making something pretty. Soon it began to give me peace and refuge from my other responsibilities, and I took the opportunity to hide in paintings of trees that reminded me of easier times. Then, it took on a brand new life when I combined Arborist with a newly discovered love of making my own paper by hand. Also check out new work at  Arts West,   Click! Design That Fits,  The Heartland Cafe,  Hotwire Coffee,  Shadowland,  Skylark Cafe,   Shoofly Pie,  West 5,  Wild Rose's,  Windermere, and more! The  Art Up Phinneywood Art Walk  ~ Friday,  13  November  from 6-10pm. Selected shows: Echo Echo G allery  - The Echo Echo crew! HappyTime Apocalypse  - The HappyTime Collective featuring the work of Brandy Tomlin Kolab Galery - Open House!  Join us as we officially become KOLAB art gallery! There will be a Raffle featuring work and goodies from our Artists as well as some special collaborations between our artists. Invite your friends and come get a jump on that holiday shopping. Kollab artists: Curt Ashby (CASH) Robert Bellm, Joshua Boulet, Melissa Crosetto & Mallory Milke Push/Pull  - Beautiful Trash: An Art Tribute to Low Budget Cinema & Push/Pull Says Goodbye to Greenwood"   Our final opening in Greenwood. Come see Beautiful Trash: An Art Tribute to Budget Cinema and say goodbye to our Greenwood Collective location. As of the 14th we'll be taking up residence at our new location in Ballard. We hope to see you there for the final celebration at our Greenwood space. Urban Light Studios   - Opening Reception: Bipolar" by Charity Jones.  Charity Jones presents two distinctive bodies of work in this solo exhibition. Her urbanscapes exploit the relationship between natural and artificial light in largely man-made environments, depicting the quiet moments of Seattle night scenes. Closing Reception: Sci-Fi Art 2015" Warl ock Labs  - Spoils of Inktob er"   The month-long art challenge "Inktober" is over and artists Scott Faulkner and Jason Zayas are presenting the best of their ink work at Warlock Labs. Artist Melissa Caldwell will also be showing her colorful and energetic watercolor paintings. Check out new work at:  Avanti Art & Design,  Chocolatti,  Gainsbourg,  Home Suite Home,  Naked City Brewery,   Quadrapus,   School of Rock,  The Space is Ours,   Two Bird Tattoo,  and more! The  Belltown Art Walk  ~ Friday,  13  November  from 6-9pm.  Selected shows: A/NT Gallery,  Bikes + Art,  City Hostel Seattle,  Crocodile Cafe,  Essentia,   Form/Space Atelier,   Michelle Dirkse Interior Design,   Patricia Cameron  Gallery,   Pintxo  &  The Upstairs,  Rocco's,   Rudy's Barber Shop,  Sassafras,   Seattle Ink & Oil,  Stylus Salon,  and more! 2nd Saturdays at TK Hall Collective" The 2nd Saturday of every month from noon-5pm at the TK Artist Loft building in Pioneer Square. With the revitalised success of the Pioneer Square 1st Thursday Art Walk, several of the working studios at the Tashiro/Kaplan Building have collectively decided to add a new tradition by also opening our doors to the public on the second Saturday of every month from noon to 5 pm. Participating studios: 306 S Washington St.  ( 101 - Ellen Hoch Berg, 103 - Studio 103, 104 - Juan Alonso, 105 - Joanna Morgan Designs) 312 S Washington St.  ( 2B - Barbara Noonin, C - Jody Joldersma) Monster Art The   Ballard Art Walk  ~ Saturday,  14  November   from 6-9pm. Selected shows: Monster Art & Clothin g  - Official Reception: Sa turday the 15th. Ryan 'Henry' Ward.  Get your holiday shopping done early at our Holiday Pre-Funk Party featuring original artwork by Seattle's favorite Muralist Ryan Henry Ward - henry! If you've always wanted a Henry original, THIS is the time to get one! Meet Henry in person and have him autograph a print for you! We will be serving yummy holiday treats and we have TONS of other great gift items in stock so you can get all your gift shopping done while we have the best selection! We also offer gift wrapping for only 1. 00. Part of the Ballard Artwalk, a free, family friendly event. Push/Pull  - Beautiful  Trash: An Art Tribute to Low Budget Cinema"  Our first night in Ballard! We won't be officially open until the 22nd, but we are open for the November art walk. Come see Beautiful Trash: An Art Tribute to Budget Cinema and get a preview of our new space. It's right around the corner from Ocho and Hotel Albatross where 24th & Shilshole meet at Market. Check out new work at  Annie's Art &Frame,   Art & Soul,  Ballard Metal Arts,  Ballard Works,  The BalMar,  Blowing Sands Glass Studio,  Building C Studios,  Cupcake Royal,  Filthy Rich,  Full Tilt,  Habitude,   Herb's House,   Kiss Cafe,   Liberte Skin Wellness,  Miro Tea,   Nightingale Gallery, Savour,  Spark Studio,  Sticks & Stones Gallery,  the  Sunset Tavern,  Venue  and more! Praxis Arts Spectrum House The  Georgetown Art  Attack  ~ Saturday,   14  November  from 6-9pm.  IMPORTANT NOTE TO THOSE ATTENDING THE OPENING! Parking on site is pay only. Please be sure to either park on the street or in a pay lot on either end of the building. Building management will ticket ca rs improperly parked.  Selected shows: Eight and Sand. Darkest Grimm / Uframed and Unclaimed" by Marty Gordon & Gillian LolitaAgogo Alexiel. Gillian LolitaAgogo Alexiel uses watercolor illustration to explore the more monstrous elements of lesser known Grimm's fairy tales. These authoritative adventures override reality, treating the fantastic and the violent as perfunctory. LolitaAgogo translates these narratives into ethereal illuminations. Marty Gordon is digging into the vaults to showcase unframed pieces of art that have never been shown before. The walls will be covered with dozens of unclaimed collage works and some of his newest monster drawings. Georgetown Liquor Company  - The Art of  Eli Wolff Krab Jab Studio  - Th e Enchanted Brush: An Illustrator's Take on the Fairy Tale" group show.  As children, Fairy Tales introduced us to faraway lands, dastardly villains and a host of unforgettable artistic images. For many of us, these stories served as our earliest sources of inspiration and a catalyst for creative expression. The Enchanted Brush Exhibition features the original works of ten renowned artists who have been asked to interpret their favorite Fairy Tale characters in their own unique styles. I can think of no venue more suitable than the Mazza Museum, from which to debut this magical exhibition. It is my pleasure, on behalf of the artists, to invite you to join us in revisiting your favorite fairy tales, one masterpiece at a time, for an exhibition that will continue to inspire its viewers long after “Ever After. ” Praxis Arts - Angelina Tolen tino.   "Inspired by the flora and fauna of the oceans, as well as vintage burlesque, circus life, high fashion and costumes, I paint semi-surreal subaquatic worlds that marry all of these elements. My medium of choise is acrylic pain on wood panels. " Spectrum House Salon & Photo  - Salt of the Sea" by Claudio Duran. Claudios artwork is inspired by organic shapes, unexpected color combinations, machinery, nature and wildlife, anime, rust and decay, surrealism, fantasy, junkyards, and many other Pacific Northwest artists. His medium of choice is acrylic on wood, although he occasionally works in sumi ink on paper. Also check out new work at   9lb Hammer,   Artcore Tattoo,  Belle & Whissel,  Equinox Studios,   Fantagraphics Bookstore,   Georgetown Atelier,  Georgetown Arts & Cultural Centre,   Georgetown Trailer Park Mall,  Interstitial,   Mainframe,   Smarty Pants,  The Alice,   Totally Blown Glassworks,  Two Tartes Cafe,  Wax Expressions, and  more! The  Queen Anne Uptown Art Walk  ~ Thursday,  19  November  from 5-7. 30pm. Selected shows: Check out new work at  Bombsheller Art Labs,  Caffe Ladro,  Liberty Tattoo Parlour,  Mercer Street Books,  Mud Bay,  Peridot Boutique,  Solo Bar,   Teatro Zinzanni,  Tin Lizzie Lounge,   Toulouse Petit,  The Vera Project, and more. The   Edmonds Art Walk   ~ Friday,  19  November   from 5-8pm. Selected shows: Otherworlds  - Curtis Ashby, birds & strange creatures! Cheesemongers  is right next door if you find yourself in need of something delicious, and you can check out new work at  ARTspot, Arts Now,  C'est La Vie,  The Papery,  Red Petal Cakes,  Stunningly Strange Gallery, and more than 30 other Edmonds art spaces! The Edmonds Thearte presents Free Movie Night! Every 3rd Thursday following the Art Walk! This Month:  Mad Max (original) The  University District Art Walk  ~ Friday,   20  November   from 6-9pm. Selected shows: Gargoyles Statuary  - Paw Me a Cup" by Heidi Est ey.  Come celebrate Heidi's new works. An art ceremony involving cats, creatures, tea, and treats. We will be featuring original paintings, prints, cards, pins, and coloring books. Great gift ideas for all~catty goodness for sure. The show will run thru December 16th~please join us for a night of spooky whimsy. Also see new work at   7 Market & Cafe,  BC Surf + Sport,   Cafe Allegro,   Cafe Solstice,  Chaco Canyon Cafe,   Daisy Sky Studio, Herkimer Coffee,  Lucid Gallery,  Moksha,  University Business Center,   Zoka Coffee, and more! Chocolate & Art Show at Fremont Abbey, Friday, 20 November from 8pm-2am.  Indulge yourself in some of Seattle's finest up-and-coming artists, photographers and creators! There is something for every body including live body painting, live music, face-painting, free nail art/henna tattoos, live portraits and free chocolate! Online tickets 5. At the door: 15. Orycon 37 at Waterfront Portland Marriott, Friday-Sunday, 20-22 November. The OryCon Art Show brings together a diverse community of artists and craftspeople whose work is united in the common experience, and expression, of the fantastic. Graphical representations of worlds which exist only in our imaginations rendered in an array of media side by side with soft-sculptured dragons and daleks. Perhaps your tastes run toward mixed media delights. We've featured works using such arcane techniques as en-caustic, and taxidermy as well as collage and appliqué. Whether it's purely decorative or more practical, the Art Show is the place for the unique and the interesting. Aside from the amazing art, we have a range of activities which occur in the space during the convention. Check the program guide to find scheduled Sketch Book Critiques, Docent Tours, Kinetic Sculpture Races, and even Body Painting Demos. Oddmall: Emporium of the Weird at Holiday Inn in Everett. Saturday-Sunday, 21-22 November. Oddmall is more than just an ordinary craft show. Its a celebration of uniqueness, creativity, imagination, and wonder where artists, crafters, and like-minded sorts gather to offer their unusual creations for public consumption. Its a forum for creative expression, a classroom for esoteric wisdom, a soapbox for wild ideas, a miraculous marketplace of the unconventional, a metaphorical Serengetian watering hole where the zebras and wildebeests of inspiration and artistry congregate amidst the snapping crocodiles and scorching sunbeams of originality and ingenuity… umm yeah. Anyway, itll be fun. Trust me. Seattle Bizarre Bazaar at Sole Repair Shop. Sunday, 29 November from 1-6pm. The Bizarre Bazaar is a delightful local art market full of spectacular finds! A place for unique and unforgettable gifts just in time for the Holidays. We have brought together a wide range of brilliant artists for this event, offering everything from dapper threads and jewelry to beautiful home goods. "Turn (Part 4: TBA)  4th Tuesdays at  Joe Bar.  Tuesday,  24  November  at Joe Bar from 6. 30-9. The 4th installment in this inaugural series is coming up. Stay tuned!  TURN is a year-long collaborative exhibition, where twelve artists take turns transforming a single piece. ONGOING: The  SAAM  is currently featuring: Conceal/Reveal: Making Meaning in Chinese Art" 20 December 2014 - 14 February 2016.  This exhibition shows that Chinese artists traditionally employ different approaches to construct layered meanings in an indirect but intriguing way: using one motif to represent another, either through their literary associations or shared pronunciations (homophones) playing with mediums such as using contemporary ceramics to imitate ancient lacquerware; or the pretext of metaphors to make social or political commentaries. This purposeful layering by the artist invites the viewer to mentally peel the layers and reveal the embedded meanings. The  SAM   is currently featuring: Intimate Impressionism" 1 October 2015 - 10 January 2016.   The collection is comprised of extraordinary paintings, considered to be the jewels of one of the finest collections of French Impressionism in the world. This exhibition features 68 intimately scaled paintings by Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masters, including Edouard Manet, Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Eugène Boudin, Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard, Paul Gauguin, and Vincent van Gogh, among others. These works, which are prominently presented in the East Building of the National Gallery, have long been treasured by the museums visitors and prized by art historians. "Rebel Rebel" 29 August - 29 December.  Potent rebuttals against female stereotypes by women artists are front and center in this installation. Starting in the 1960s in the wake of the feminist movement, women artists rebelled against clichés—notably the image of the seductive Eve and the persistent proclamation of male power and genius. Still a pressing issue today, younger artists represent women and their work in visual refutations that range from punchy to lyrical. Male critiques of traditional gender roles are also on view: a version of a gay pioneer couple is included in a set of dinner plates, and a patchwork quilt dedicated to Glacier National Park deflates expectations of the great outdoors as an arena for male machismo. Bainbridge Island Museum of Art  is currently featuring: New Light" by Steven Maslach (10 October 2015 - 7 February 2016.   Bainbridge Island Glass artist Steven Maslach is featured in a solo show with a survey of large-scale cast glass, wood and mixed media sculptures. New Light refers to his recent development of a unique means of coloring thick, clear glass. Also featured in the exhibition are examples of his older work which use more conventionally colored glass. "A Story Place" by Nancy Thorne Chambers (10 October 2015 - 7 February 2016.  A Story Place is an enchanting ceramic installation featuring thirty life-size animals and insects sitting intently in a forest, listening to a child reading a story—a story that is curiously about them.  A Story Place is a visual feast that speaks volumes about the simple but very complex idea of "relationship. " Creating a sense of "story" within "visual relationships" is what inspires clay artist Nancy Thorne Chambers. Each sculpture is hand-built, fired, glazed, fired again then painted with layers of color to enhance depth to hair and fur. Every gesture, expression, clothing color and finish is carefully chosen both artistically and with relationship to their group setting. Nancy is a former family therapist from Olympia. Wayne Bund @ Gage Gage Academy of Art   is currently featuring: Drink & Draw"  every 1st Friday from 7-9pm.  Each session is based on a theme – a costumed model, still life arrangements, music, videos and more. Well provide the drawing materials for free – or just have a cocktail or glass of wine and watch the artists work! No formal instruction is provided, no host bar. Ages 21+ only, please. 10 at the door. "Sanctum. Henry The  Henry Art Gallery  is currently featuring: Maximum Fun: A New Sincerity Event" Maximum Fun is part picnic, part aerobics class, and part community-building event featuring works by Nat Evans, Mario Lemafa, and Elizabeth Spavento. Join us at the UW's Sylvan Theater to traverse mental obstacle courses, jump over things, and shout in unison. Playing off Jesse Thorn's Manifesto for the New Sincerity, Maximum Fun seeks to probe the relationship between sincerity and irony through a series of interactive activities inspired by the legendary Evel Knievel. The  Frye Art Museum  is currently featuring: Structure & Ornament"  by Leo Saul Berk, an exhibition which comprises sculptural and video work by Seattle artist Leo Saul Berk, as well as two new site-specific works commissioned by the Museum. "Andy Warhol: Little Red Book #178"   Little Red Book #178 comprises nineteen Polaroids of friends and celebrities, many of whom were involved in the production of Warhol's film L'Amour (1973) which was filmed in Paris in September 1970. L'Amour was written and directed by Warhol and Paul Morrissey. The film starred Warhol superstars Jane Forth and Donna Jordan, French actor Max Delys, and American actor Michael Sklar; the cast also included Peter Greenlaw and fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld. The Frye also hosts an art lecture series every Thursday night. With this much going on, you couldn't possibly complain that there's nothing to do in Seattle! Support your local art scene! Cheers. ~ BCDuncan.

I'm here before this blows up because of the birds of prey trailer. To be honest it was used beautifully in the trailer. Jcomprend pas quand elle dit anthony a un physique atypique. Beh il et normal, un homme simple roux blanc de peau, donc ca cest atypiques. Le monde part en sucette. Emotional song 😢😭. This is how i win. Une chanson culte! Pour femme exceptionelle. Edith a Jamais. MERCIIII RED ELITE 😍. WRITERS PAUL MORRISSEY CAST MAX DELYS ONLINE l'amour saison. Misuc toooop maymlx mnha lwahd ❤❤❤. يارب اصرف عن امي وامك ثلاث: 1.المرض 2.نار جهنم 3.فتنه. What a lovely Lady and voice. No one creates the French sound as well as this lady. Such a fantastic experience listening if only I had paid attention to my F/Lessons I could follow the words.

Would love to go to one of his raves.

WRITERS PAUL MORRISSEY CAST MAX DELYS ONLINE l'amour et du hasard

Si les gens le découvre ou le retrouve grâce à la pub... c est tant chanteur... كنسمع ميوزيك من يوتوب تيفي حتى طلع اشهار في هاد اغنية دخلت لقيتك في المستوى كمل صديقي. اول واحد عجبوني اغانيه حيث مكنسمعش لاغاني المغاربة لكن انت في مستوى.


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