Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Urban Light Studios Serves Up 'Potluck' Art Exhibit During Art Walk

Every Artist Brings Something to the Table in this Group Show

More than 30 Seattle area artists will bring something to the table for “Potluck” a new mixed media exhibit at URBAN LIGHT STUDIOS opening Friday May 13 6 – 10 pm) and extending through Saturday May 14 (noon-6pm) during the BIG May Greenwood-Phinney Art Walk.

During this exhibit, URBAN LIGHT STUDIOS will also host a raffle to raise money for our neighbors and friends at the Greenwood Food Bank. To participate in the raffle, guests will be invited to donate $1 or a non-perishable food item. Art lovers can win raffle prizes from sponsors Vans Shoes, Boundary Bay Brewery (Bellingham), Snowboard Connection, Mighty-O-Donuts, Nectar Lounge, Scream Salon, Family Fortune Clothing, Electric Coffin, Paper Diamonds Clothing as well as featured art work from participating artists and much more.

Raffle drawings will take place on Friday, May 13 at 8 pm, 9 pm and 10 pm in the MainSpa@ce at URBAN LIGHT STUDIOS.

Participating artists include co-curators Solace and Kevin Law as well as a diverse mix of paintings, photography and installations featuring iconic food related imagery from artists like 179, Quincy Quigg, Sensei 23, EGO, PGee13, Rob Ripley, Xavier Lopez, Kali Meadows, Carlos Aguilar, John Osgood, Joey Nix, Joe Vollan, Joseph “2h” McSween and more.

The Northwest Seattle Food Bank in Greenwood serves more than 3,000 individuals, families, children, seniors, and disabled individuals who live in the area and need a 3 day or 9 meal emergency supply of supplemental food. This organization strives to make lasting changes in the lives of families, children, and seniors in our Greenwood community.

URBAN LIGHT STUDIOS is located at 8537 Greenwood Ave N

URBAN LIGHT STUDIOS is a photo studio, gallery and event venue in the Greenwood neighborhood dedicated to exhibiting striking and innovative artwork from local and national artists. Housed in the iconic Greenwood Collective building, the gallery has been lovingly restored, preserving its 80-year old industrial character and heritage. Opening a new exhibit the second Friday of each month to coincide with Art Up Greenwood-Phinney monthly Art Walk, the gallery will offer the art community a unique experience, showing works by both well known and undiscovered artists that can't be seen elsewhere.

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