New Beginnings Art Show // Thursday Late Vol 2.

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Thursday Late is a joint endeavor brought to you by us here at the Piranha Shop and City Arts Magazine. We will be hosting art openings on First Thursdays, the show will open a little bit later, and end a little bit later. So no need to battle traffic, enjoy the rest of art walk and know we will be here when everyone else closes down.

We will have refreshments available, good tunes provided by DJ Zwikipedia (AKA City Arts Senior Editor Jonathan Zwickel), coffee by Stumptown, and a place for the whole art walk to migrate down to.

-New Beginnings-
Featuring the work of Jesse Link and Justin Hillgrove.
A collection of new, original works by well-known Seattle-based Artists Justin Hillgrove and Jesse Link. Come experience “New Beginnings” in person during First Thursday Art Walk at The Piranha Shop, located in Seattle’s SODO neighborhood. The first 50 attendees will receive a signed Limited Edition sketch by our two featured artists!

About Justin Hillgrove
Justin Hillgrove grew up in Snohomish, WA and has been enjoying artistic expression since he was old enough to color on the walls. Mostly self taught, he spent many years in the design industry before setting out on his own to spend his days paintings monsters, robots, and other such nonsense. In the last 15 years Justin has worked on everything from books and magazines to collectible card games and toys. His art can be found hanging in many locations and galleries in the USA and in homes all over the world. He currently lives in Washington with his wife, four kids, a host of chickens, and a dozen or so imaginary friends.

About Jesse Link
Jesse Link was born and raised in an small steel town outside of Pittsburgh P.A.. He graduated from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh with a degree in Industrial Design and studied graphic design at West Liberty University. Jesse also fought in Operation Iraqi Freedom and spent a couple years in New Orleans helping the Post Katrina re-construction effort. In 2007, Jesse moved to Seattle, WA and to pursue Visual Art as a career. Since that time he has participated in numerous Solo and group exhibitions in galleries throughout Washington and California, has been awarded two public projects from the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture and has been invited to participate in many juried Art festivals, including the Bellevue Festival of the Arts, Bumbershoot and Folklife. Jesse has also completed commission work for Target and Apptio.
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