two ways to buy affordable local art this weekend

Forgotten Works Challenge by +Russ, via Flickr

My husband (along with fifty other local artists) recently created 30 paintings in 30 days, as part of the Forgotten Works Challenge.  Tomorrow, Thursday Dec. 2 each of the 1500 paintings will be on sale at the Tashiro-Kaplan gallery for $40 each.  Though the show is mostly marketed by word-of-mouth, it is a much-anticipated show which is celebrating it’s 10th year.  Part of Pioneer Square’s “First Thursday Artwalk”, I plan to be there early to score my favorites.

Tashiro-Kaplan Artist Lofts

115 Prefontaine Place South (Pioneer Square)

Thursday December 2,   5 pm – 9pm

view the event on facebook

Urban Craft Uprising at Seattle Exhibition Hall

And then Saturday and Sunday is Urban Craft Uprising, Seattle’s largest indie craft show – which will be at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall.  I will be there with a selection of never-before-seen bags, perfect for holiday giving or receiving. The first 100 customers each morning, will get a swag bag filled with crafty goodness from UCU vendors – some will include a keychain made by yours truly.  :)

Urban Craft Uprising

Seattle Center Exhibition Hall

December 4 & 5  11am – 5 pm

See you there?

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