Items for consideration for Shoreline's permanent art collection on display at City Hall

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Cloud Bank at City Hall is part of the
City's permanent art collection
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The City of Shoreline’s first art show dedicated to the creation of a permanent indoor art collection has arrived on the 3rd and 4th floors of City Hall (M-F 9:00-5:00 until September 17). 17500 Midvale Ave N, Shoreline 98133. 

From this exhibition of 44 artworks by 30 artists in the Puget Sound area (including 4 from Shoreline specifically and another 5 from Edmonds, Lynnwood, Woodinville, and the north end), the City’s Public Art Program is seeking to choose 2-5 artworks for permanent display at city facilities.

Residents who see the show before Friday, June 22 will be able to submit a ballot voting for their favorite pieces. The Parks Board will make the final decisions.

The Snail is part of the permanent collection
Photo by Wayne Pridemore
From over 105 artist submissions and more than 500 artworks, jurors David Francis and Jason Huff (from Seattle Arts and Culture; also a Shoreline resident) selected a final group of 30 (44 artworks).

Each explores contemporary art as a balancing of objectives and a blending of disciplinary focus.

Many of the artists have backgrounds in other fields and experiences in other countries, reflecting a global village of contemporary art.

As Huff writes in his juror’s statement, “Given the city's commitment to equity and inclusion, it was important to make sure that the artists whose works are part of this selection reflected diversity of people and communities that make up Shoreline.”

Themes vary from nature, to history, identity, and the design of spatial representation. A notebook on the 3rd floor features artists’ statements, bios, and resumes.

ARTISTS:

Gala Bent, Patti Bowman, Weldon Butler, Minh Carrico, MalPina Chan, Diem Chau, Maura Donegan, Shruti Ghatak, Justin Gibbens, Clare Johnson, Jody Joldersma, Amanda Knowles, BethAnn Lawson, Rich Lehl, Terry Leness, Vikram Madan, Carol Milne, Daphne Minkoff, Naoko Morisawa, Saya Moriyasu, Kemba Opio, Megan Reisinger, Jane Richlovsky, George Rodriguez, Samantha Scherer, Tee Gee Story, Thuy Van Vu. Matthew Whitney, Suze Woolf, Angie Yusef.


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