Rethinking How We Exhibit Art

One question on the minds of people involved with art museums, or even art galleries, is how we make sure that art remains relevant to new audiences. Museum attendance is down  (except for traveling blockbuster shows) as museums compete with the social media sites like Instagram and Twitter where people now go to be inspired by viewing interesting art and […]

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Equinox Studios: A Very Open House

Arguably one of the best open studio events ever!  Packed full of super creative artists, visual and performance, along with beautiful lighting, fun fire things, and food trucks, make this a great evening to be entertained and be inspired.  It’s kind of like a makers fair but with great art.  Look for Drizl artists Betty […]

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How Tech is Changing Seattle’s Art Scene

This is a great article about art and tech in Seattle.  Included is an interview I did with Drizl artist Iskra Johnson and work from our data scientist, Aaron Lichtner.  Here’s an excerpt from the original post on  Crosscut.  See entire post here. In Seattle today, we tend to think of tech and art as opposing […]

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Room Success: Midcentury Eclectic Dining Room

This beautiful encaustic landscape painting recently found a home in this newly remodeled midcentury house near Seattle.  The ceilings are angled so there was room for large artwork.  And although the house is fairly modern, the owners wanted a homey feel for the dining room. The somewhat abstracted landscape painting has wonderful earthy and warm colors that go […]

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