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Two Queen Anne artists open their doors for “Art in the Alley” this weekend

August 28th, 2009 by Thea

Swing by “Art in the Alley” this Saturday as two Queen Anne artists, Jennifer Phillips and Jean Bradbury, open their studios to the public and showcase work by a total of eleven local artists.

The event is located in the alley between 9th and 10th avenues, at 1610 10th Avenue West from 2-6 p.m. this Saturday, August 29. There you can sip wine and snacks while you meet and greet with the artists, view their work, check out gifts, prints and original pieces, and have a good time.

This is the first year Bradbury and Phillips, who happen to be neighbors, have done the event.

Bradbury writes,

The idea comes from wanting to share my latest work with friends…I keep inviting people to the studio and then realized I should have everyone over at the same time.

According to Phillips, Bradbury organized the whole event, which has now turned into a local artist soiree.

I live two doors down from her and being that we are both artist’s, she so graciously invited me to open my studio doors as well. So we both invited a few of our artist friends to hang work with us at our studios and viola! Now we have 11 artists all coming together to share our beautiful work!

The artists participating in “Art in the Alley” include Chris Rollins, Amy Hevron, Nick Orban, Lori Ransom, Dave Badders, Ethan Jack Harrington, Susan Melrath, and of course, Jennifer Phillips and Jean Bradbury.

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