Highlighting (Other) Artists in the Eastside Culture Crawl

One of the downsides of taking part in the Eastside Culture Crawl as an artist is that I’ll be tied to my venue all weekend long and won’t get to see everyone else’s work. (Insert sadface here).The Crawl is an event I look forward to attending every year and now I get to experience it on the other side.

I thought I’d highlight some of the other artists I would go visit if I could. Some of these recommendations are people I’ve visited in previous years and love their work, and others are artists I’ve had the pleasure of meeting since becoming a member of The Crawl. Every single one of them creates amazing work.

Siobhan Humston. Painting & mixed media.
Alley Pad Studio – back lane entrance, 1774 East Hastings Street

Siobhan Humston painting

Robi Smith, Blue Lantern Studio. Painting & mixed media collage.
1218 East Pender Street, just east of Clark Drive.
Robi Smith painting

Lincoln Heller, Fiveleft Leather. Beautiful handmade leather goods.
The Mergatroid Building, 1177 parker street
Fiveleft leather
(I SERIOUSLY covet this clutch).

Valerie Arntzen. Mixed media & Photography
Paneficio Studios, 800 Keefer Street
Valerie Arntzen

Kiku Hawkes. Photography & textiles.
Quattro Pose, 733 Keefer Street

Kiku Hawkes
(I’ve always loved this photograph).

Wendy D. Photography
The ARC, Suite 711 – 1701 Powell Street
Wendy D promo

Jeina Morosoff. Glass & sculpture
William Clark Studios, 1310 William Street at Clark Drive.

Jeina Morosoff

And so many more….