Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Fremont First Friday and More

So torn – where to go? This Friday boasts several exciting openings in Belltown, and is also the fabulous Fremont First Friday Art Walk.

If you pick the Fremont route, there are a lot of events to choose from – top picks include:

  • Opening at Frank & Dunya, “Birds and Blossoms,” a series by Matthew Porter based on Japanese woodcuts and Asian lithographs. Frank & Dunya can be found at 3418 Fremont Ave N.
  • 'Cultural Dimensions' at Oasis Gallery continues through July 20.
“International photography and abstract paintings explore the concepts of aging, dreams, standing out, and life around the world. Lauren Black from Portland displays her abstract mixed media on wood paintings from the 'Transformation' and 'Weathered' series. Art from dreams is displayed in both the traditional canvas paintings and digital art forms by Arriba Stature. Lynne Auld, Joe Staiano, Tracie Howe and Andy Reynolds display photographs from Ireland, South Africa, Morocco, Greece, Croatia, Peru and Bhutan. A new series of tulips from Skagit Valley by Alex Strazzanti examine the positive and negative feelings of standing out in our culture.”

Oasis Gallery is located at 3644 Wallingford Ave N.
  • Also opening this Friday at the Fremont Coffee Company - black and white photographs by local artist Thomas Krueger. The Fremont Coffee Company can be found at 459 N. 36th St., Seattle, WA 98103.

A full program of events and map can be found at the Fremont First Friday blog. Download, print, and strategize your evening.

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