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Events

Artwalk with Amy Huber and Angela Delarmente of Knuckle Kiss

We are delighted to have the work of Amy Huber and Angela Delarmente in the shop this February.  Both of these talented artists have created a daily or weekly artistic practice of creative exploration and will be showing their resulting work. The opening is just in time for Lunar New Year's resolutions, so stop by to chat with the artists and get inspired!

Amy Huber: Seattle artist Amy Huber finds inspiration in nature, minimalism and geometric lines.  Her series of Morning Sketches, a daily drawing practice with a cup of tea,  explores both graphic and abstract material in a similarly pared down way.  She has been working on this project for over a year and each day's study is dated and labeled with the type of tea she was sipping!  You can also check out her work on cards in the shop and as part of our February windows.  Stop by Thursday between 6 and 9 to chat with Huber! (photo via @morningsketching on instagram)

Amy Huber: Seattle artist Amy Huber finds inspiration in nature, minimalism and geometric lines.  Her series of Morning Sketches, a daily drawing practice with a cup of tea,  explores both graphic and abstract material in a similarly pared down way.  She has been working on this project for over a year and each day's study is dated and labeled with the type of tea she was sipping!  You can also check out her work on cards in the shop and as part of our February windows.  Stop by Thursday between 6 and 9 to chat with Huber! (photo via @morningsketching on instagram)

Knuckle Kiss: Angela Delarmente's line of geometric brass and silver jewelry balances bold, structured forms with the warmth and organic feel of handcrafted work, embracing the beauty in imperfection.  Last year, Delarmente undertook the production of a new ring each and every week and is showing the collection all February at Velouria.  Stop by Thursday's Artwalk to have first pick of these rings--many are one-of-a-kind or may never go into larger production--and chat with Delarmente about her process. (photo via Knuckle Kiss)

Knuckle Kiss: Angela Delarmente's line of geometric brass and silver jewelry balances bold, structured forms with the warmth and organic feel of handcrafted work, embracing the beauty in imperfection.  Last year, Delarmente undertook the production of a new ring each and every week and is showing the collection all February at Velouria.  Stop by Thursday's Artwalk to have first pick of these rings--many are one-of-a-kind or may never go into larger production--and chat with Delarmente about her process. (photo via Knuckle Kiss)