Every month in our studio we try and host an artist for our neighborhood’s art walk. It’s a great way to support other creatives – something our studio strives for – while inviting in friends and strangers to enjoy the space for an evening. I absolutely love doing it – we’ve seen some really fun connections come out of the evening! Well, this month, we were at a loss for an artist to feature, so what did we do? Made our own art of course… These color blocks were my contribution to the evening – I had made some similar ones for my old apartment and I love playing with color this way, so I decided to put together a series that could easily all go together, or work separately, in pairs, a trio… Brian Paquette created some beautiful interior sketches… Caitlin Braam whipped up some of her fun little gold quotes – most of which were scooped up that evening (but she does commission pieces if you’re interested!). Resident graphic designer, Danielle Bellert put together a few watercolors that I loved… Photographer Dorothée Brand of Belathée printed off some of her favorite personal shots… And the newest addition to our collective, Sara Knowles, surprised us all with these gorgeous pinhole pieces (I still want one, but I can’t decide which!) … If you’re interested in any of these pieces, or commissions, please feel free to get in touch with me for pricing and contact info! And for those of you in Seattle, we hope to see you (or host you if you’re an artist!) at our next art walk at 95 Yesler! If you’re interested in attending events in our space, feel free to follow our facebook page where we are always posting upcoming classes, art walks, and more.