Do you like love? Do you hate it? Do you think that love is an abstract concept that leaves you feeling numb? IF U ANSWERED YES THEN THIS IS THE EVENT FOR YOU. A one stop shop of art about love, heartbreak, bananas, ponies… YOU NAME IT. Starring the very talented and influential Brandon Vosika, Brittany Kusa, Genevieve St. Charles, and Ralph Houser!
CANCEL THAT DINNER RESERVATION, AND WE'LL SEE YOU THERE!!
The FoodArt Collection is proud to present a fruit themed show of new artworks in resin coated acrylic, neon, home furnishings, and the always giftable LaCroix cans in fresh and fruit forward flavors from artist Genevieve St Charles.
Genevieve St. Charles’s art comprises a world of indulgences—especially those of a gustatory bent. Among the items in her pantry are renderings of sultry bananas, voluptuous peaches, burgers and ‘dogs glistening in their greasy, delicious succulence. Rendered on panel and drenched in slick gloss resin, these objects build on the hieroglyphic Pop Art witticisms of Warhol, but are injected with a zest of jovial decadence—channeling the funny, fruity faces of Arcimboldo, interlacing impeccable craftsmanship with innuendo and Rabelaisian humor.
For her newest solo exhibition FROOT, St. Charles (aka Goldsuit) has ventured from fine art to functional with a foray into furniture design. As with her paintings, the pieces ooze erotic undertones, like the series of emoji-inspired Peach Slice coffee tables and bedside stands. Other new works push scale and materials, like a four-foot banana “dripping” with juicy, glowing neon.
This display of decadence is perhaps at its highest pitch in St. Charles’ iconic LaCroix paintings. Rendered with hyperrealistic precision and engraved with laugh-out-loud (or painfully self-aware) pithy flavors (“Homeless Bitcoin Millionaire,” “Deleted Tinder,” “Millennial Avocado Toast Housing Crisis”), they’re the contemporary equivalent of Dutch still lifes and their darker cousins vanitas paintings, with snuffed candles and skulls lurking in the shadow of decayed fruit. As the mascot of a generation that’s traded the American Dream for bite-size pleasures—mortgages for eight packs—they’re the ultimate icon of collective disillusionment bordering on nihilism. As such, they make impeccable gifts for everyone on your holiday shopping list.
Please join us during December's Capitol Hill Art Walk for an opening night reception with the artist. Fruity drinks will be served.
This is an apartment gallery but all are welcome. Please buzz BUBEN at front door callbox for entry.
"12 Months Later" - A 12" x 12" group show celebrating 1 year at Statix!
It's hard to believe we have been open one year! We have had such a great time spreading art to the community and working with a whole host of amazing artists from Seattle and around the world! "12 Months Later" is a big ole fun celebration of our first year and will bring back many of our favorite artists along with a few brand new artists all working on 12" x 12" pieces. There will be music by our favorite house DJ 52Kings, and Free beer, wine and sake.
This panel of women in leadership roles will explore what helps women thrive in their careers. We’ll explore the ins and outs of working in tech, film, art, music, and science, and help provide insight into how women can use their passion and skills to flourish in their careers.
Kari Toyama, Shana T. Bryant, Jennifer Ashiru, Genevieve St. Charles-Monet, Gina Kurtz, Margaret Stohl, Jazzlyn Stone
Join us for a special on night event at Statix as we host an awesome gallery show featuring some art submissions for the national Pabst Blue Ribbon art can contest! Each artist in the show made a piece of PBR inspired art and submitted it to the PBR nationwide contest to be the winning piece displayed on millions of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer cans. Winner get $10,000, 2nd place gets $3500, 3rd place gets $1500.
There will also be an in-house people's choice award of $500 voted on by the attendees of the show.
There will be free PBR and music by 52Kings and lots of other fun surprises throughout the night!
Join us from 5-10pm Sat Oct 20th at Statix.
210 S Washington St
Seattle WA 98104
Join us this August as we pay homage to everyone's favorite snacks. Burgers, Tacos, junk food, ohmy!
Featuring the special snack creations of Rich M. Stevens, Genevieve St. Charles-Monet, Kelly Jackson, Zac Boetes, Starheadboy, Tripper Dungan, Valerie Niemeyer, Seth Goodkind, Candi Hibert, Jesse Way-Out, Chad Schlund
Opening Reception: Thursday August 9 6-10PM
Music provided by: Beat Hussy
Show runs through September 9.
"St. Charles has nearly all the seven sins - sensuous, delicious, maybe deadly - folded into her swath of visual references. Sophisticated, nasty fun." -City Arts Magazine
Come hang out at the Factory for the opening reception of this new solo show from artist Genevieve St. Charles, taking place during the Capitol Hill art walk on July 12 from 6-11pm!
Genevieve's new series focuses on items with which we have fleeting, indulgent, or indecent relationships. Her work includes large-scale cutout wood panels featuring paintings of gooey, glistening food items as well as renditions of iconic items from pop culture.
City Arts says, “Genevieve St. Charles is an art factory, churning out flattened facsimiles of iconic fast food stuff: brightly painted gooey hamburgers, drippy hotdogs, Pop-Tarts oozing with erotic appeal. Often her objects relish in the cult status of iconic, trendy consumables like LaCroix and other commonplace booze and beers. All that fetish glossiness plays around with paying tribute to (maybe taking jabs at) the seduction of American junk food culture, with St. Charles’ unique and unrelenting eye-popping nastiness." - Amanda Manitach
STATIX and The DRAWNK present APRIL SHOWERS:
The gallery's gonna be raining art! Over 100 local, national, and international visual artists have come together to present their work in the all too familiar shape of the raindrop. Join us for the opening reception of this amazing show or sign up to the Statix mailing list to receive an online preview of the exhibition. Refreshments will be served along with the music of 52Kings.
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Come on down to our opening reception of an amazing group art show for Pioneer Square Art Walk!
This show is all about childhood cartoons and features over 40 artists. We will be serving free milk and cereal, beer and wine. We will have 3 artists live painting and live music by 52Kings.
As if there wasn't enough nonsense going on, here is an art show dedicated entirely to La Croix. It might be the zeitgeist-iest event you'll ever attend. Come, enjoy some La Croix cocktails, and feel a little unnerved about what passes for art these days.
A new show from Seattle artist Genevieve St Charles
Artwork is available for pre-order and custom flavors. Perfect for the holidays!
All artworks can be picked up during Capitol Hill Art Walk on December 14 from 5-9pm. Pre-ordered artworks will be shipped Priority 1-Day Mail starting Dec 15.
It's time once again to celebrate all things small, with our Annual Holiday Mini Art Exhibit! Featuring hundreds of small works from around the globe, priced for gifting and/or collecting. All work will be in the 10"x10"x10" range and priced $300 and under.
Every Wednesday, local and visiting artists meet at a Seattle bar to drink, draw, and generally art it up. This is a show of their work. Featuring over 300 artworks by 100 local artists, each 8" x 8"piece is only $40, and sold right of the wall! Drinks, snacks, artist tables it's gonna be a big ol' party and we hope you can make it!
True Love Art Gallery is hosting it's second skate deck art show. We'll have over sixty decks by more than fifty local PNW artists! It promises to have something for everyone.
July 13, 6-10PM
Music Provided by Jimi Jaxon
Show runs through August 6
The Saloon Gallery presents Bad Anatomy: The artwork of Cassie Murphy, Nick Gucker, and Genevieve St. Charles Monet. Join us as we celebrate all of the bad ways to depict, explain, and feed your anatomy with the art of these three amazing local artists. As always, the Saloon Gallery is open later than the rest of artwalk, so stop by after and keep the party going!
Explore 65 exquisitely curated vendors who dabble in the eclectic, odd, inspiring, healing, and innovative. These artists have been chosen for their skill, creativity, and uniqueness.
Whether you're shopping for yourself, for someone else, or for Mother's Day, you'll find yourself discovering a sense of joy with our incredible artists and craftspeople.
Bring your curiosity. Bring your wallet. Bring your ID for the $5 mimosa special.
$5 Mimosa Special
21+ (ID REQUIRED)
Music by Mikey Mars
The FoodArt Collection is proud to present its inagural exhibit, The FoodArt Invitational. The show will feature work from over a dozen local artists working in a diverse array of mediums all depicting or relating to food.
Joe Bar Cafe is part of the Capitol Hill Art Walk, a recurring cultural event that takes place every Second Thursday.
The show will run Thursday April 13 through Sunday May 7
Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 am - 9:30 pm
Sat, Sun 8:30 am - 9:30 pm
What is THE DRAWNK?
Draw + Drink = DRAWNK!
Every week, local Seattle artists get together to hang out, chew the fat, and create art. The Drawnk is open to anyone, changes location weekly, and creates and amazing space for creativity and community-building.
Join us for 99 Bottles, feauturing the work of more than 75 local and national artists who take part in Drawnk events across the country as they present their work in the all too familiar shape of the bottle, and raise a beverage in celebration of the fantastic arts community we have in Seattle.
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 9, 6-10PM
Music by: Dj Kobalt Severa
Ghost Gallery is about to celebrate its 10th Annual Holiday Mini Art Exhibit! -Est. in 2006, now here we are in 2016-
Each Holiday season we bring you 100's of small works from local & global artists and designers. This year, we're featuring works 10" x 10" and smaller, affordably priced for gifting, collecting and coveting. All works purchased can be taken home immediately after the opening, and there will be new pieces added throughout the December duration of the exhibit.
Opens Thursday, Dec. 8th 5-9pm during Capitol Hill Art Walk
On view through Feb. 5th, 2017