Northwest Artist Billy King pop-up gallery at LFP Town Center

Sunday, October 1, 2017

billy king pop-up gallery at LFP Town Center
Giclee Prints, Paintings, Travel Journals 
October 5th through December 3rd, Thursday -Sunday, 12-5pm
Preview party October 4th, 4-7pm
Lake Forest Park Town Center 17171 Bothell Way NE 98155
Same level as Third Place Books and Third Place Commons

Local artist celebrates 49 years as an artist with another popup gallery, this time focusing on the digital art form of giclee prints. 

Large variety of prints on archival paper, canvas, and fabric. Plus a complete grouping of bound Travel Journals 1973-2005 open for public viewing and handling. Modest Price range. No giclee print over $400! Prices start at $100.

A recent arrival to suburban living and lifestyle, artist billy king, best known for his many pop-up galleries in downtown Seattle, resurfaces in Lake Forest Park with a spectacular show of Prints, Paintings and Travel Journals. The location inside the LFP Town Center is the former satellite campus for Shoreline Community College. Spacious and varied, the contemporary space is right next to 3rd Place Commons stage. One of the first to use empty storefronts for annual Pop-Up galleries, this will be Billy King popup #29!

The focus this year is on a new collection of full color giclee prints including a new edition of Chapala Boats and a stunning variety of knockoffs of earlier hand colored out-of-print block prints like IL BISTRO; CHINATOWN TAI-TUNG; OTHER PEOPLE; and a collection of fabric prints of Billy King murals around Seattle.

Open Thurs-Sunday 12-5 PM, billy king Pop-Up Gallery is also open by appointment or phone call. "Where I live is only a few minutes from the mall", says the artist. "Call me and I will be right there... in the meantime browse through Third Place Books"!


gregory October 7, 2017 at 10:23 PM  

no longer an artist within ten miles of downtown seattle .. that is not progress .. take advantage of mr. king's presence in lake forest park, his shows are always amazing

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