Another Artful 6X6NW Exhibition in the Books

Monday, October 14, 2019

500 guests attended the 6x6 art show
Photo by Mike Remarcke

On Saturday, October 5, a whopping 1,024 6x6-inch artworks by 198 artists from across the country exhibited their work at the Shoreline Community College.


Music by Different Drummer
Photo by Mike Remarcke

The evening event included complimentary treats and small bites, a wine and beer bar, live music by Different Drummer, and the chance to purchase any of the artworks for $36.

Photo by Steven H. Robinson


We were blown away by the amazing community support for professional artists and up and coming youth artists at 6X6NW this year. A total of 500 guests were in attendance! That’s 50 more than last year.

Time for mini cupcakes and socializing
Photo by Steven H. Robinson


Not only was there incredible support for the artists and the Arts Council, but everyone stepped up to the plate to consume exactly 800 mini cupcakes! Now that's a team effort.

Over a thousand art works from 198 artists
And 298 sales
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

The last fun stat of the night is definitely the best. We sold a total of 298 original works of art!

Congratulations again to our award winners:

  • Amy Walgamott for Sponsor’s Choice, 
  • Whitney Potter for Director’s Choice, (Shoreline Area News cartoonist!)
  • June Bell for People’s Choice.

A very special thank you to our presenting sponsor Jack Malek of Windermere

Thank you to the support from the City of Shoreline, City of Lake Forest Park, 4Culture King County, and the Shoreline Community College.

And a big time thank you to all of the 6X6NW volunteers!

Lorie Hoffman, Executive Director
Kevin Sheen, Publicity and Marketing
Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Arts Council
Photo by Steven H. Robinson


The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate creativity and inspire our community through the arts.



1 comments:

Steve@AmericanDanceInstitute.com October 14, 2019 at 8:07 AM  

I appreciate how hard Lori and her staff work to make The Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council such a vital and effective community resource. We are very lucky to have them!

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