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Local Artists on Show Until Oct!

Hey ya'll! It's official! After many months of hard work and deep cleaning, we finally transformed our back room into a sweet lil art gallery. We are using this space to show (and sell!) the works of local poc, queer, and femme artists. Come check it out! Each round of artists will have their work on show for two months at a time.

Jennifer Fujimoto

A multidisciplinary artist living in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She pulls from her background in graphic design and interest in Japanese folk art and textiles to create decorative objects to be used and enjoyed.


Laura Childs

Laura is a passionate young Seattle based, city dwelling, cafe seeking, avid sketching artist whose work focuses on line work, portraits, and collaging using pen, pencil, watercolor, and acrylic.


Coco Spadoni

Coco works across mediums, but is particularly drawn to ceramics, installation, and video. They strongly believe there is a power to the way that our everyday actions and rituals position us politically. Appropriating objects or imagery from everyday life, Spadoni (re)imagines our relationship to them and therefore the way we understand the complexities of queer, conflicting and liminal identities.


Kelly Sheetz

LA-born illustrator living off and on in Washington for the past five years. Currently experimenting with painting textiles and surrealist character design.


Michelle Ting

Michelle received her B.FA and B.Arch from Rhode Island School of Design, where she discovered her joy in working with clay. She hustles selling her pots at Pike Place Market and part-time managing a small boutique in West Seattle. Throughout her day she sneaks in time to cuddle her two cats: Jack and Socks.