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Past Exhibit

Holiday Art Exhibit

November 19 – December 24

Main Gallery

Thru December 24

Totten Inlet II, Sandra Kahler

This annual holiday exhibit features two-dimensional works by members of the artist guild, Seattle Co-Arts, as well as a diverse selection of pottery and glass by regional artists.

Participating Artists from Seattle Co-Arts: Sally Abbey, Nola Allen, JoAnn Amundson, Lauren Andrews, Keith Artz, Beth Van Fraasen Betker, Kathis Bliss, Clifford Burkey, Dotti Burton, Kim Caldwell, Carol Christie Castaneda, Marcia Roberts Cecil, Elaine Cohn, Joyce Donaldson, Helen Drummond, Joan Enslin, Lonni Flowers, Victoria Galbraith, Ginni Guest, Dorcus Harb, Pat Hardy, Ruth Harold, Christina Harvey, Judith Heim, Sharon Hines-Pinion, Midori Hoser, Eve Ingraham, Jim James, Jeanie Johnson, Coralynn Jones, Sandra Kahler, Donna Kostka, Colette Laico, Marsha Lippert, Delorse Lovelady, Patricia McCoy, Betsy McPhaden, Eileen Miryekta, Trish Murphy, Sheila Newman, Colleen Ozora, Paula Parks, Janice H. Patterson, Sabrina Poon, Sally M. Rawlings, Kathy Rinaldi, Lauriel Sandstrom, Judith Lynch-Racus-Silverman, Eunice Smith, Judy Glein Snell, Carey Sorensen, Dot Stanton, Susan Swapp, Phyllis Thornton, Janeth Trowbridge, Sheila Harrington Stump, and Kazue Zon.

About Seattle Co-Arts

Red Boat, Betsy McPhaden

Seattle Co-Arts is a 64 year tradition in the Pacific Northwest arts community.

It was founded in 1949 as a small group of artists who wanted to get together and paint, with Margaret Mattocks as its founding president. In 1950 under the guidance of Judge Evangeline Starr, the group incorporated as a non-profit educational organization.

Today, they have over 150 members and continue to provide a forum for artists to meet and expand their love of art. Seattle Co-arts embodies the original objectives of the group which are:

  1. To encourage creativity and artistic development
  2. To offer educational opportunities
  3. To present member's work to the public
  4. To encourage community interest in the arts
  5. To cooperate with other organizations in furtherance of art appreciation