Dear Community Member,
On Friday, April 11 from 6-10 p.m. please join us for a special Belltown Art Walk Kick-off featuring food, drinks, live music and great art! This month Bosa Development is hosting free appetizers, beer, wine and a live performance by the The Boom Booms from 8-10pm. You can check out their fun Youtube video! Come check out photography by tattoo and airbrush artist Alejandro Dzul, and acrylic and prismacolor pieces by Aubry Kae Andersen. As always, get an art walk map and drink coupons for the neighborhood. It’s going to be a fun night; we look forward to seeing you soon! Here’s more information about our featured artists:
Alejandro Dzul was also introduced to art at an early age growing up in Los Angeles. He remembers watching his self-taught mother sketch original designs for clothing and feeling inspired to put his own ideas onto paper. His talent was apparent from the beginning as his early sketches began earning Alejandro commissions from neighborhood families. His unique art is inspired by Mexican-American and pre-Hispanic art.
Alejandro studied graphic design and photography. His photographs can be viewed at the studio. He also acts as the Director of Business and Marketing at Dzul Ink Lounge. His personal goals include publishing a book of his photography and tattoo designs, and to showcase his artworks at professional galleries. After a small reprieve to focus on spear heading the business’ growth, Alejandro has gotten to throw himself back into his first passion of tattooing and urges you to keep a look out in the near future for more new work.
Originally from Salt Lake City, UT, Aubry Kae Andersen now lives in Seattle, WA. Never one to sit on her laurels, she pursues her own flavor of pan-creativity through the Seattle indie art and literature scenes. As the owner of The AKArchy, her design firm, she offers services in illustration, graphic design, web development, and creative writing. She is also the writer and illustrator of “Isaac the Fortunate,” her debut serialized novel in her “Paradox” trilogy, available through the indie publisher Fuzzy Hedgehog Press.
Aubry was recently elected President of the Seattle non-profit A/NT Gallery (formerly known as Art/Not Terminal). In the spirit of opening the Seattle arts community to all artists, she founded the Indie Book Fair, an event open to self-published and small press authors. Her books are available for purchase through Fuzzy Hedgehog Press and all major online retailers. Her art can be found at A/NT Gallery.
Belltown Community Center
415 Bell St
Seattle, WA 98121
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