I am among a number of individuals receiving honors from the Seattle Central Area Chamber of Commerce on December 20, 2014, Celebrating the Living Legacy of Phenomenal People who make significant contributions to the city.
The Chamber will contribute 50% of the proceeds from the event to the King County Boys and Girls Club.
I am indeed surprised to have been selected for this recognition.
On October 4, Bill Dawson, Peggy Foy and I had our opening at the Steampunk Vapory Lounge, 759 St. Helen's Avenue, Tacoma.
We are all metalsmiths and have a fascinating variety on items on display, all of which are for sale. Our event is part of a month-long, city-wide celebration of…
Today, I went to see the work and career of Seattle artist Curtis R. Barnes at the Frye Museum. For over five decades, he has worked as an artist, illustrator, muralist, and community advocate. In his sculpture, painting, and drawing, he employs imagery derived from his vast experience and heritage.
This highly engaging and exhibition should be seen by everyone. The Frye is the first museum to celebrate Curtis Barnes life and work. Closing Sept. 21