2013 Tacoma Studio Tour Preview: Part 5

8 Oct

This is part 5 in our series highlighting the artists participating in the Tacoma Studio Tour this November.

This year’s tour features 60 artists and collaborative studios and allows the general public the opportunity to see the spaces in and tools with which local artists create their work, ask questions, and purchase one-of-a-kind creations. All studios will feature demonstrations of the artistic process or will have hands-on activities for visitors. Check out ArtAtWorkTacoma.com for the full list of artists, schedule, and an interactive map where you can plot your own custom tour course.

What: Tacoma Studio Tour
Where: 39 studio locations around Tacoma – map your course at ArtAtWorkTacoma.com
When: November 2 & 3, 11 am – 5 pm
Cost: FREE!

Here are this week’s highlights:

Charles Knigge

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Chuck is a Northwest artist, illustrator/cartoonist, and game designer. His work can be found in several comic anthologies. He has worked for Arenanet as a UI Designer on Guild Wars 2. In June, Chuck finished Long Live Queen Freddie! a series of paintings and prints celebrating and remembering the greatest voice of Rock, by playing dress up with the most memorable queens of history, fiction, and pop culture.

 

Angela Rockett, StudioTenshi

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Angela Wales Rockett creates expressive abstract paintings that soothe the soul and invite the viewer to moments of introspection. Her paintings have been exhibited across the U.S. from Seattle to NYC. Knowing first hand of art’s amazing power to heal and transform, she also leads classes in intuitive and expressive art to help artists and non-artists to experience their own creative power, and their own potential to transform and heal their lives.

 

Rusty George, Rusty George Creative

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Rusty George Creative is an agency that specializes in Branding and Brand Strategy. Its client list includes Tacoma Art Museum, The Humane Society of Tacoma Pierce County, Black Bear Frozen Yogurt, City of Tacoma, and Roman Meal, just to name a few. RGC consists of a crack team of artists, strategists, writers, managers, and any number of office dogs dedicated to telling the stories of their clients in the most compelling way possible.

 

Jessica Spring, Springtide Press

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Jessica Spring is the proprietor of Springtide Press in Tacoma, where she designs, prints, and binds artists books, broadsides, and ephemera incorporating handmade paper and letterpress printing. Jessica teaches book arts and typography at Pacific Lutheran University.

 

Roxane Stoner

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Roxane Stoner gathers inspiration from an accumulated mental collection of symbolic images influenced by the places where she has lived and dreamed. These symbols are incorporated into her work through different mediums such as fibers, watercolors, ink, and photography.

 

Pat Haase

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Pat Haase started sculpting in 1994, carving directly into wood. Figurative sculptures, which convey a specific personality, mood, and setting delight Pat. Her awareness of posture and anatomy comes as much from teaching Yoga for over 20 years as from her medical background. Currently, most of Pat’s sculpture is ceramic and includes many portraits. She also has cast works in bronze and kiln-cast glass sculpture.

 

Karen Utter

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Karen Utter, originally from Vancouver, B.C., has always lived in the Pacific Northwest. The stunning natural beauty of the area has had a profound influence on the content of her art. The landscape, and its variety of animals and birds, form the main body of her work in pastels, acrylics, and linocuts. Karen has a BA in Fine Art from the Evergreen State College, where her colorful expressionistic style began.

 

Check out these other artists on the tour and watch for future previews:
Studio Tour Preview: Part 4
Studio Tour Preview: Part 3
Studio Tour Preview: Part 2
Studio Tour Preview: Part 1

Art at Work Month is sponsored by Click! Cable TV, The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, KPLU, Weekly Volcano, Tacoma Weekly, and Premier Media Group.

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