Kerstin Graudins and Ellen Hochberg: New Works on View

First Thursday at Shift Collaborative Studio–artist reception June 7th, 5-8pm. Come on over!

Kerstin Graudins’ expressive work will catch your attention with the use of color and image, and will invite you to consider the layers of relationship–the depth, the surface, the texture combine to express a contemplation of time spent with another.  Graudins is a visual artist and instructor at Pratt Fine Arts, Gage and the Vera project in Seattle.  You can see more of her work on her website.

Ellen Hochberg’s new work entitled Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, is inspired by a growing movement among conservative groups to impede access for women to reproductive health care.  The curves, lines and shadows suggest biological forms, organic structures and shapes.  Hochberg received her Master’s degree in studio art from New York University and exhibits at Shift gallery and Columbia City Gallery in Seattle as well as her own studio in the Tashiro Kaplan building. She teaches art to children at three elementary schools on Mercer Island, as well as at Pratt. Her work can also be seen at her website here.

Join us this coming First Thursday, June 7th, for Pioneer Square’s ArtWalk…those long summer days are just around the corner! Kerstin and Ellen will be hosting an artist reception from 5-8pm.

Shift Collaborative Studio is located:

Tashiro-Kaplan Arts Complex #105
306 S. Washington Street
Seattle, WA 98104

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