LxWxH: Outside the Box - a presentation of past and present LxWxH artists
6007 12th Ave S, Seattle WA 98108*
*gallery is above Via Tribunali
Opening reception: Saturday, 8 December 6pm-9pm, Georgetown's Art Attack
Runs from Saturday 8 December through Saturday 29 December, by appointment only
Historically, Length Width Height has been a box of art with two original pieces of work by two artists, and an essay or literary project by a featured writer. This project was founded by Seattle artist and curator Sharon Arnold, out of the idea that art should be sustainable and accessible. By collaborating with Seattle artists and writers, LxWxH provides a venue to bring people together and collect art in an affordable and approachable way.
The gallery space will continue this tradition, featuring a varied collection of small and large works and sculptures during its month-long shows, opening every second Saturday during Georgetown’s Art Attack, and will eventually open its doors for community events such as workshops, lectures, and readings.
LxWxH's inaugural show will feature all past and present visual artists who have participated in the subscription project from its inception in March 2011, through the end of 2012. A full list can be found on our website; including Joey Veltkamp, Serrah Russell, Ryan Finnerty, Brian Cypher, Kimberly Trowbridge, Ollie Glatzer, Amanda Manitach, Rumi Koshino, Ryan Molenkamp, Gretchen Bennett, and more.