Leo Shallat Makes Art for All with Intricate Public Murals
Shallat is a muralist and multi-disciplinary artist based in Seattle, creating works ranging from wall paintings to murals that span entire buildings
Leo Shallat was a web designer when he went on a vacation to Europe in 2017. On the last day of…
Hot Ticket: Kat Larson’s Haunting New Exhibit
Her video and photography show, "The Lens of Lyra (A Phenomenology of Spirit)," opens this week at Bridge Productions in Georgetown.
A detail from “On the Tracks of South Dakota (the Ghost prays for us),” an image from Larson’s 2016 show, The Ghost of Vega; gallery founder Sharon Arnold says “the aesthetics of the ghost are shifting in this next iteration.”
Seattle Nonprofit Fuels the Resistance With Art
A local arts advocacy group sets up headquarters in Pioneer Square, ground zero for its message heard—and seen—around the world.
The staff of Amplifier at its new headquarters, surrounded by artwork and the iconic posters of the “We the People” campaign.
New Georgetown Protest Mural Takes on Climate Change, South Seattle Air Pollution
The collaboration between Seattle artist Craig Cundiff and anti-gasoline organization Coltura debuted last weekend.
Cundiff’s mural is on the back of the former Poppleton Electric & Machinery Co. building in Georgetown.