Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Art for September

It's September and that means new art in the cafes. Check out your neighborhood store and see great art by these folks.

Indian Creek by Eddy Radar

In Ballard, Eddy Radar is showing six stunning Manmade Landscapes. Eddy says,
"What I see in these landscapes is the hidden beauty of industry and formatted space. The minimalist essence, the geometric order, and the quiet presence of these huge structures all reflect the same timeless grandeur, whether the expanse is of concrete or of grass."
In the Clouds by Javier S. Ortega

In Madrona, the talented Javier S. Ortega presents Blue Dreams. Javier hails from Seville, Spain where he studied art before completing his education in Florence. He's showing a new series of portraits.

When I grow up by Lina Raymond is now hanging in West Seattle. In this whimsical series, Lina looks back on childhood and ruminates on how she thought things would be when she grew up. 

1 comment:

  1. Javier is an incredible talent. We have been collecting his works for several years and are always amazed at his balance of light and dark both in mood and color. He is also a wonderful person who truly cares about his work and his audience.