Standard Goods Presents NEO POP ART Group Show @ Standard Goods, Seattle [13 July]

Standard Goods Presents NEO POP ART Group Show

18:00 - 22:00

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Standard Goods
701 E Pike St, Seattle, Washington 98122
Join Standard Goods during July Capitol Hill Art Walk
for our Neo-Dada Pop Art Theme Group Show

6:00-10:00 pm

Featured Artists: Ashley Armitage, Derek Erdman, Allie Han, Elliot Klein

8:30 pm Live Music Performance by DON

DON is a group hailing from the University of Washington. We play a genre we call Future Soul- a style of music derived from R&B, Jazz, Hip Hop, Electronic, and Alternative. We're comprised of Pop and Jazz musicians mostly from UW's music program- but we hail from as close to home as Tacoma, Washington and as far away as Memphis, Tennessee. We're fascinated with the R&B of the 80s, 90s, and 2000s, as well as Fusion Jazz from the 70s & 80s. We try to combine the two whenever we can. The result is something that is smooth & Pop-sensible, but improvised and experimental as well.

IG: @donofseattle
Twitter: @donofseattle

Ashley Armitage is a 23 year old photographer who just recieved her BFA in photography from the University of Washington. Showcasing everything «girly» through a rose-tinted lens, her work focuses on the femme experience and reclaiming femme representation.​

IG: @ladyist

Derek Erdman has been painting professionally since 2007, in a style that is directly copied from clip artist Tom Tierney. He uses discarded house paint and efficient production methods to keep paintings affordable. His subjects typically revolve around mundane household objects or third-tier celebrities. Erdman never studied art formally, and instead obtained a Master's Degree in Phonetics at Kent State University.

IG: @derekerdman

Allie Han is a 19 year old self taught artist from Seattle, WA. She took an interest in the arts at a young age, but never pursued painting until around the age of 15. Her comic book pop art style was originally inspired by the likes of people such as Roy Lichtenstein who originally inspired her to take the crying women he painted, but to place them in more modern day situations creating striking unusual juxtapositions. To create these large pieces she usually uses a mix of gouache and oil paint on canvas.

Elliott has been cutting and spray painting stencils for almost seven years in Seattle. Inspired by the city and it's people, he takes cues from traditional graffiti and translates them into portraits of it's people. His paintings of people are rarely whole, but rather, often in fragments, either coming together, or falling apart.

IG: @elliottnes1
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