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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT :: EMILY FERRETTI

Three pencils

Two things lately have increased my love, appreciation, and endless hunting for new art in my life. First – our hosting of art walks in the studio. When I see talent in my own city, I want to celebrate it and share it! And second, I’ve finally gotten to the point in my loft decorating process where […]

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GETTING CREATIVE IN THE STUDIO

95 Yesler Art Walk Sara Knowles_2

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 […]

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  1. Cindy

    Love all the artwork! The dis are so pretty! Would you ever consider hosting a jewelry artist from Atlanta? Or do like to host locals only? Thanks
    Cindy

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    1. Cassandra LaValle Post author

      Hey Cindy – we tend to just feature artists from the Pacific Northwest, but if you ever make your way here, we’d be happy to host you for a runk show or something!

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  2. anne viggiano

    hi there Cassandra,

    love your site & blog ( and artworks!)~ thought I’d send a link for my website- would love to hang some art at your space some time!

    thanks,
    anne

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INSPIRED BY ART :: ‘SKY STAIRS’

NYSD ronald bricke bedroom aqua and purple

Whenever I see a color combo I love, I stick it away in a little file for future inspiration. Such was the case with this vibrant paint situation in the bedroom belonging to Ronald Bricke… A bit intense, yes, but beautiful all the same. I especially liked the addition of wood and a hint of […]

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INSPIRATION :: COLLECTING + CREATING

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In our office, we host a monthly art show as a part of the Pioneer Square First Thursday Art Walk. For May, however, we didn’t have an artist lined up, so I put the call out to my office mates to see if anyone was interested in showing some of their own pieces – and […]

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  1. Kevin | Thou Swell

    Okay I’m crazy about the stitching! I’ve seen it somewhere before and I just think it is the coolest. Great picks, definitely inspiring! I’ve got an old canvas and a blank wall and may attempt some painting soon as well…

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TIGER FLOWER STUDIO :: COLOR + WHIMSY FOR YOUR WALLS

I have a bad habit of getting a bit ‘matchy’ in my decorating (and wardrobing for that matter) and there’s no place that this bothers me more than when it comes to art. Sometimes I see pieces I love only to think ‘well, that’s not going to work in my house’. Of all things, art […]

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  1. franki

    Personally, I believe it takes “all of the above” to enjoy art…first..I gravitate to the scene and then I find..it has all the colors I adore…and then it has to “fit in” with the surroundings. Done deal!! franki

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  2. Life On Hill Street

    I love the idea that art should be purchased based on an emotional connection to the piece, not the fact that it matches your couch. Good point!! As we finish up our renovation and start to think about decorating, I will definitely keep that in mind! This was a helpful (and adorable) post – thanks!

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