80 Days in August: 10 Years Duwamish River Artist Residency
November 19 – January 15, 2023
Amanda Knowles, Chris Crites, Ethan Bickel, Fiona McGuigan, Gene Gentry McMahon, Gillian Theobald, Juliet Shen, Linda Davidson, Robert Hardgrave, Sheila Coppola, Steve MacFarlane, Sue Danielson, and Tim Cross
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About the Duwamish River Artist Residency: Founded in 2012 by artists Fiona McGuigan and Sue Danielson, the Duwamish River Artist Residency was conceived as a way for local artists to explore, learn about and engage with their city and create a space for artists to refresh their creative practice. Author and Duwamish River historian BJ Cummings suggested that the Duwamish River be home to the residency given its varied landscape and historical significance to the city. What became distinct about the residency was its engagement with the city’s industrial area and communities along the river.
Over the next ten years, the group shared week-long explorations along the Duwamish River, including the cement factory and steam plant in Georgetown, həʔapus Village Park & Shoreline Habitat, and Duwamish River People’s Park among other locations.
Saturday, February 11 – Sunday, April 9, 2023
And featured in the Niche Market Storefront is Sonja Peterson
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April 16 – June 12, 2022
A group exhibition with local and national artists working in various media exploring what it is to be a human animal. It is a visually alluring exploration and a cheeky and earnest romp.
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Home & Away (Group show)
November 6 – January 8, 2022
Read about the show here. We will also host artist talks & workshops – see News & Events and our IG page for info.
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August 28 – October 23, 2021
Cosmic Gardens is new series of photo-based paintings and drawings inspired by the cosmos, nature, the sciences and the ocean. The works fluctuate between the micro and macro-worlds while connecting the flora and fauna to the celestial heavens of the stars and planets.
June 12 – August 14, 2021
Anne’s show, Sommerset, included her mixed media collage series Path and a site-specific installation Icarus, which formed a wall-sized wave of hundreds of individual paintings on paper.