The Death Disturbers - The Art and Mythos of Shoreline artist Mimi Sturman

Saturday, November 30, 2019

The Death Disturbers - The Art and Mythos of Mimi Sturman

Dec 5, 2019 to Feb 1, 2020

Exhibition opens during First Thursday Art Walk - Pioneer Square, Seattle

Mimi Sturman is delighted to present her newest installation, Mortem Et Incommoda Quamplurima - the Death Disturbers.

Inhabiting Lynn Hanson Gallery, her installation depicts a future visit by three sisters from another planet who have arrived on earth to save humanity. These tall (up to 7 ft) entities have been constructed over the past year by felting Icelandic wool with a single needle to form these amazing creatures.
Colorful and exotic, be prepared to enter another time and place —and to discover their story, Additional artifacts will be available for viewing and purchase.

On Dec 14, 2019, a reception will be held at Lynn Hanson Gallery in which Mimi will discuss her artistic vision and this exhibit. Reception is 2 to 4pm - question/answer with the artist at 3pm.

The Gallery is located at 312 S Washington St, Seattle 98104, 206-960-2118.

Sturman had a previous exhibit at Shoreline City Hall. (see previous article)


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