| 12 August, 2017 17:11
Thank you for your kind message from my art collectors, much appreciated.
"When I first saw the work of Naoko Morisawa I was immediately taken by the voice and the message of each piece. To me enjoyment of art involves not only the eyes but also the emotions of the heart. They must be balanced with the viewer’s intellect and spirit. Naoko’s work is Visual Poetry. It is a statement about nature, both romantic and classic, showing the aura which surrounds it and emphasizes the formula principals of art- balance, rhythm, repetition, contrast, harmony, unity, variety, order, discipline, and freedom. Her work fills a room with a lovely melody and the song of life enjoyed."
"Concerning Naoko Morisawa's artowrk, we owned it because we kept on thinking about it, even after returning from Venice and viewing the Biennale. We both admired the craftsmanship involved in cutting the pieces of wood and creating the composition. The composition itself had energy forcing us to step back and take notice."
By Art Collectors
| 08 August, 2017 14:00
Another inclusion in this contemporary art magazine this summer.
| 04 August, 2017 01:37
CoCA: New Mystics. Yenom Wen, Art Fair + Discount Tickets + Auction and more
AND SHE PERSISTED…”
One of the many great locations on the Art Bingo Map is City Of Seattle’s OFFICE OF ARTS & CULTURE (OAC) on the 3rd floor of King Street Station with a show by Curator, Deborah Paine.
“And She Persisted” is drawn primarily from OAC’s collection featuring 38 artists, many of them women of color, who continue to refine and interpret their identity through their artwork.
Artists in this exhibition include:
|Humaira Abid||Gayle Bard||Ross Palmer Beecher||Mary Lee Bendolph|
|Loretta Bennett||Wanda Benvenutti||Diem Chau||Carina del Rosario|
|Ameen Dhillon||Marita Dingus||Terry Furchgott||Sabina Haque|
|Lauren Iida||Naomi Ishisaka||Mary Josephson||Gwen Knight|
|Deborah Lawrence||Naoko Morisawa||Saya Moriyasu||Yuki Nakamura|
|Tajah Olson||Susan Point||Betye Saar||Sima Elizabeth Shefrin|
|Lorna Simpson||Marika Swan||Barbara Earl Thomas||Cappy Thompson|
|Thuy-Van Vu||Kara Walker||Patti Warashina||Brenetta Ward|
|Kinu Watanabe||Tariqa Waters||Lynn Yamamoto.|
We know you will want to join us in saying thanks for Deborah Paine’s incredible work and big congrats for her upcoming retirement this fall so say it in person on opening night, August 3, from 6:30-10pm.
| 30 July, 2017 14:29
Have got the vip tickets for the Seattle Art Fair 2017.
Will explore the great artworld in NY like Seattle in the first week of August.
| 25 July, 2017 23:27
Florida Exhibition 2017 invited in this fall-winter, and another publication selection by Open Studio Press, MA USA in 2018.
AT/ IT will replace your work if it is easy to copy, or immitate that we can learn from history
Your works should be made done by only yourself. We see last 20 years so many works/ job have been taken by AT/ IT computuer. Now even car will be the one. Artwork and artsits will be facing the same unless art is pretty original. We see great software today it can easily make Andy Warhol styled image in a second. Someone use it or similar applictions to create image as if he does it by himself but obviously not. Which can be easily known, and it looks cheap kind immitation. Such case will be deminished, taken by conputer. Need and keep your skillset nobody can immitate your art. Originality is pretty much important. Attain the level, where IT/ AT or computers cannnot do. Thats' what will be happen within a decade. KM
| 20 July, 2017 12:14
Made an investment and become a member international Society of Experimental Artists.
Where ARTS meet INNOVATION. It sounds great.
| 17 July, 2017 03:18
Borderlands And She Persisted: Voices of Women Artists Exhibitions!! from Aug 3- Oct 29, 2017
| 16 July, 2017 22:06
Seattle Art Fair 2017 - Century Stadium - Greg Kucera, White-Foster, Gagosian, DavidZ, Mizuma, Pace, PDX
Frederick Holmes Gallery - Pioneer Square
| 16 July, 2017 01:25
Have arranged/invested several floating-style frames for upcoming Anacortes Art Festival 2017. Juried Show Exhibit. Good Frame is like a suit, it makes good artwork more sophisticated looking. Exhibit selected four artworks juried by the president of Artist Trust.
In Pioneer Square, also several artworks are shown at Frederick Holmes Gallery during this summer, during Seattle Art Fair 2017.
| 12 July, 2017 18:30
There are currently final stage working on wording expression, and revision plus captions of image etc by curators team in London. This will be completed by the end of coming weeks, hopefuly by them. The total page of the featured will be the longest interview page with images. It will be 27-30 pages in total. These are just a few of ones, still under revising condition. Thank you London Curators team!
We also thank to Aki Banks, Texas Asahi TV service to translate the inteview discussions, as well as we thank you, Frances Chapin, City of Edmonds Art Commission for the overall advice. KM
| 11 July, 2017 13:36
Thank you very much for your interest in the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture Public Artist Roster. Congratulations you were selected to be included on this roster!
Seven members of our selection panel met for three days in late June. It included three public artists from Washington, one public art administrator from Oregon, and three city department representatives acting as advisors. The panel reviewed the images and qualifications of 463 artists from across the country.
The pool of qualified applicants made the selection extremely challenging. At the panel, there were assessments of each artist’s images, letters of interest, and resumes. After much deliberation, the panel selected 183 artists to be on the Artist Roster: the breakdown included 68 Emerging Artists, and 115 Established Artists. The delineation of the two rosters was determined by budget size completed to date. If an artist had completed a previous artwork with a project budget of $60,000 and below, they were considered Emerging. If their budgets were above $60,000 they were considered Established.
These two rosters will be used to select artists for certain 1% for Art projects effectively now through 2020, with budgets up to $175,000. Potential temporary or permanent artwork opportunities may be funded by Seattle City Light, Seattle Public Utilities, Parks and Recreation, and other Seattle city departments.
Although you won’t be notified every time your work is reviewed, you will be immediately notified if a panel would like to interview you for a specific project. Information about the project would be provided at that time.
Please note that although you are included in the roster, there is no guarantee that you’ll be selected for a project. We anticipate either roster may be used three to ten times per year but no guarantees. We only use the roster for projects that come up with short time frames, when an artist needs to be involved quickly.
Note that in addition to the artist rosters, our office has many additional temporary and permanent art opportunities throughout the year. We do hope that you will also apply to these exciting projects. Each project and group of panelists is unique.
Congratulations and all the best,
Public Art, Project Manager City of Seattle
| 07 July, 2017 13:13
Have been working on proposal for the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum Exibition 2018 last weeks.
Hope critics and curator team will have interests and select our proposal. Thanks - Best!
Also applied to several european inernational competition in 2017-2018. Money flying lost for these applicatons fee. Some support or donation by website visitors are appreciated. You can do through the homepage Paypal. Any amount help us to challenge further and expanding. Thanks for your consideration and action.
City of Seattle/ SDOT King Station Exhibition - Co-starts with Seattle Art Fair 2017 Opening Aug.03 -
| 01 July, 2017 20:16
Thank you City of Seattle and SDOT for inclusion of my artwork. Honored to be part of it.
Also at Frederick Holmes Contemporary Gallery at Pioneer Square, my several pieces have been shown currently and during this summer months, July and August, SeattleArtfair 2017. After the fair many visitors will visit Occiddental Square to dine and shop for sure. Never miss to visit to Frederick Gallery, thank you.
| 19 June, 2017 23:39
Thank you new collectors! We appreciated your decision and trust in our work, and we will keep creating works with quality.
City of Sammamish Arts Commission Presents- Slash and Burn Exhibition! continues til mid of next month
| 19 June, 2017 00:09
City of Sammamish Arts Commission Presents- Slash and Burn Exhibition is extened by request til mid of July. Thanks for your note and visit Sammamish.
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Calendar Of Posts
- Thank you collectors, your kind message through Frederick Holmes Gallery
- Included in the Nationwide publication USA August 2017
- Thank you, Seattle pi and CoCA picking local exhibition news at King Station
- Seattle Art Fair 2017 Ticket
- Florida Exhibition 2017 invited, and another nationwide publication
- ISEA- International Society of Experimental Artists member
- Seattle King Street Station Gallery opens this summer include my artwork, Thanks!
- Studio Manager Art recommendation during Seattle Art Week August 1st week 2017
- Anacortes Art Festival 2017 Juried Art Exhibition July 29th - Aug 6th 2017
- London Contemporary Art review magazine Interview! Special Issue 2017- Spent lots of time