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Point, Click, Collect

Amazon.com has entered the fine art biz

In October, adored and anonymous British street artist Banksy—whose work customarily fetches tens of thousands of dollars—set up a simple…

Brangien Davis

Amazon Opens Fine Art Store (Wine and Cheese Not Included)

The Seattle megaretailer is crashing the fine art party

Amazon Fine Art (beta) launched today, right on the heels of the gigantic news that Jeff Bezos purchased The Washington…

Brangien Davis

Seattle’s SuttonBeresCuller Sources New Performance Event from Craigslist

A wise man once said, “You can find anything on Craigslist.” Seattle installation artists SuttonBeresCuller took that man at his…

Seattle Mag

Best of the City Arts Fest

Our must-see picks for Seattle's newest music and arts festival.

For the second year in a row, the City Arts Festival is bringing arts of all genres to venues across…

Seattle Mag

Nordic Museum Shows Lady Gaga-Approved Fashion

The Nordic Fashion Biennale brings cutting-edge arts to Ballard.

Surely there is no better name than Hrafnhildur Arnardottir, the New York–based Icelandic artist famous for her outlandish sculptures, installations…

Seattle Mag

Seattle Installation Artists SuttonBeresCuller Throw a Surprise Party at On the Boards

Tonight is opening night of the new season at local performance venue On the Boards, and I’m thrilled to go…

Seattle Mag

Locally Made Jewelry

A roundup of bold and delicate accessories fashioned by Northwest artists with crystals, recycled ma

  NATURE CALLSStatement pieces inspired by the seaClockwise from top: Oversized chiffon “Petal” earrings with brass chain detail, by Pamela…

Kate Calamusa and Cody Ellerd Bay

Cool Art for Kids and a Local Designer Gets Her Twirl On

Frye Art Museum’s ‘Smalll Frye’ program makes art easier for little ones to swallow; plus, a cool ne

ART CLASS Sometimes exposing kids to culture is akin to getting them to take yucky-tasting medicine: You have to hide…

Kavita Varma-White

Local Artists Get a Kick-start

Seattle artists turn to a new social media tool to fund projects.

Seattle-based cartoonists Scott Kurtz and Kris Straub decided last year that they wanted their own reality Web-TV show. They had…

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