Burien Artist Marge Ellsworth presents a ‘brand new way’ to look at money

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Everyone is interested in money – how to get it, how to spend it, how to keep it.

Now Burien artist Marge Ellsworth is presenting a brand new way to look at money in an exhibit at Burien Press (423 SW 152nd Street) through December.

Her 15 colorful digital art collages feature fantastic figures—all made from money. You will have to look closely to see all the interesting details in her work.

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Illustration by Marge Ellsworth: “Flying Lighthouses of the Apocalypse” is among the digital collages by Burien artist Marge Ellsworth being presented through December at Burien Press.

The collages are titled with such wonderfully weird names as “Attack of the Money Zombies,” “Flying Lighthouses of the Apocalypse and “Nude Money in Hell.”

Ellsworth will be at Burien Press tonight – Thursday, Dec. 5 from 6-9 p.m.  as part of the December B-Townbeat Music and Art Walk.

Ellsworth earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her work has been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles and Seattle.

All her artwork can be viewed at www.margeryellsworth.com.

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