Work from two Artists on display at the Residences at Burien Town Square


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Work from two Artists is now on display through July 31 at the retail space at SW 151st and 5th Place SW in the Residences at Burien Town Square.

Art from Brien Seldt and Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys will liven up the empty storefront that has played host to several previous installations.

An opening reception will be held in conjunction with the next B-Town BEAT on Thursday, July 11 from 6 – 9 p.m.

Here are the details:

Crimson Park Design Presents:

Quaternity_of_Death

Brian Seldt – Pestilence
Paper cuttings and projections.

Residences at Burien Town Square
Retail Space at SW 151st St and 5th Pl SW
Runs from July 1 through July 31st.

Opening event in conjunction with the B-Town BEAT, July 11th from 6 – 9 PM.

“Pestilence” is the second installation in my Apocalypse series. I use pestilence signifiers of the early Plagues and continue to contemporary plagues such as GMOs, environmental poisoning, lab-borne diseases and Orwellian politics.

Using the medium of paper-cuts coupled with projections, I pull pestilence beyond historical associations and suggest new definitions.

Brian Seldt
brianseldt.com
[email protected]

AND

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Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys
Paintings

Residences at Burien Town Square
Empty storefront on 5th Pl South at 152nd
Runs from July 1st through July31st

Opening event in conjunction with the B-Town BEAT, July 11th from 6 – 9 p.m.

Amaranta graduated from Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes from Mexico City, specializing in Ceramics, Stained mosaic, Textiles,and Mexican Folk Art. Through all these years she has blend the NW culture and Latino heritage to express and define her Artwork.

She is an Art Educator, an Artist, an Arts Facilitator, a Mother and an Arts Advocate for equal opportunity for everyone. She has worked extensively with many arts organizations, non-profits, museums, schools, community centers, private and public school since 2000. She is been coordinated, collaborated and curate Cultural events and Festivals in Seattle

She enjoys working with children, youth, and families.

On a sunny Sunday you will see her roller skating on Alki beach and hanging out with her lovely son.

Amaranta Ibarra-Sandys
Creative Director
Art-Maranth School of Art
206-877-2795
[email protected]

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