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Bellevue Arts Museum 2016 Annual Gala Auction Catalog

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  • 1Ryan Matthew Porter2016 Artful Evening Chair

    Linda PawsonBAM Executive Director

    Stefano CatalaniDirector of Art, Craft, & Design

    Welcome to Artful Evening! We hope you have a wonderful evening and enjoy mingling with others who share a commitment to the arts in our community. We know you will be inspired by the amazing talents of our donating artists and we hope it will motivate you to raise your paddle tonight.

    BAM is unique not only for its focus on art, craft, and design, but also for evolving out of a community-driven arts and craft fair. The first ARTSfair was held in 1947 and eventually led to the founding of the Museum in 1975. BAM will celebrate ARTSfairs 70th anniversary the last week of July, the 29th31st. Come celebrate the role this remarkable event plays in our community and be sure to stop by the museum and hear the enthusiasm of KIDSfair, where the Museum engages children with various art activities over three days.

    Today BAM features world-class exhibitions, unparalleled educational programming all of which enables BAM to bring the best of art, craft, and design to our local residents of the Pacific Northwest as well as visitors from around the world.

    Our ability to fulfill our mission depends on each of you. Each dollar you spend or donate tonight sends a message that you value art in the heart of your community.

    You are 100% in for BAM. So raise your glass, raise your paddle, and let the party begin!

    Thank you for joining us in celebrating the lively community we craft together.

    RYAN MATTHEW PORTER LINDA PAWSON STEFANO CATALANI

  • 2Bellevue Arts Museum relies on the generosity of our sponsors and supporters to remain a leading destination in the Pacific Northwest for art, craft, and design. Your philanthropic support helps showcase established and emerging artists, and sustains BAMs many community programs including: Get Crafty Saturdays, Student Wednesdays, Teen Arts Council, Artists Talks & Workshops, and Free First Fridays.

    We extend a heartfelt thanks to our Sponsors and Donors. We wouldnt be here tonight without you. THANK YOU!

    Presenting Sponsors

    Supporting SponsorsRW BairdSteve & Kathy DewaltSusan & Lonnie EdelheitScott EricksonAnne & Lee KilcupNorma & Leonard KlorfineGwen Lowery & Eric HawleyRebecca A. LymanDr. Julie Miller & Marvin MillerJoel PetersenJohn & Joyce PricePat & Sam Smith

    Table SponsorsKeith & Margie BaldwinDavis Wright TremaineNelson ElectricMary MarinoVirginia MasonPerkins CoieRyan Matthew PorterBarbara & Pete SherlandWhittier TrustSusan Thurston

    In-Kind Sponsors Allison & Ross Fine Art Annies Art and FrameChateau Ste. MichelleHerban FeastLeica Store BellevueMuseum Quality FramingConsolidated PressFire Hydrant SolutionsHyatt Regency BellevueMike Nakamura PhotographyMontero ProductionsNeiman Marcus

    CMYK W/ GRADIENT

    77, 30, 94, 17

    74, 42, 98, 3868, 62, 58, 45

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    Evening ProgramCURATOR TOUR OF LIVE AUCTION ARTWITH STEFANO CATALANI, DIRECTOR OF ART, CRAFT, & DESIGN AND JENNIFER-NAVVA MILLIKEN, CURATOR OF CRAFT

    FESTIVITIES BEGIN: COCKTAIL PARTY & SILENT AUCTION SILENT AUCTION CLOSING 6:20PMTHE JEWEL BOX CLOSING 6:45PMSUPER SILENT CLOSING 7:10PM

    DINNER & LIVE AUCTIONEVERGREEN BALLROOM

    WELCOME LINDA PAWSON, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR STEFANO CATALANI, DIRECTOR OF ART, CRAFT, & DESIGN

    2016 HONOREE RECOGNITIONPAT AND SAM SMITH

    LIVE AUCTION BEGINS GOLDEN TICKET DRAWING

    CENTERPIECES CLOSING (AFTER LIVE AUCTION ITEM 11)

    RAISE THE PADDLE (LIVE AUCTION ITEM 22)

    EVENING CONCLUDESTHANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

    AUCTIONEER, JEFF RANDALL is one of the most highly requested auctioneers at the Stokes Auction Group, Inc. Since 2001, Je has conducted over 600 benefit auctions for philanthropic organizations all across the United States.

    EMCEE, BRAD GOODE is an award-winning, 10-year veteran anchor in the Northwest. He is the co-anchor of the KOMO 4 Morning News and Mid-day News.

  • 4HonoreesPAT AND SAM SMITHThe mission of Bellevue Arts Museum is a natural extension of Pat and Sam Smiths ongoing interest in craft, particularly the work of Northwest artists. To Pat and Sam, BAM is a gem often unrecognized by many in the area. The mixture of art, craft, and design oers a vibrant and creative venue for exhibitions and art related activities that can touch people of all ages and cultures.

    Pat first joined BAMs Board in 2007, and after serving two terms, remains involved with BAM on the Advisory Council. Sam joined the Board in 2009 and continues into his third term as a Trustee. In addition to their trustee and advisory responsibilities, the Smiths generously sponsor the beloved Peoples Choice Award for each edition of BAMs Biennial juried exhibition. The award is presented to the artist selected by museum visitors who vote for their favorite piece.

    Outside of BAM, Pat and Sam are community leaders for many local organizations. Sam has served on the Boards at Pilchuck Glass School and Pratt Fine Arts Center, while Pat has served

    at The Museum of Northwest Art and the Washington State Arts Commission. They are both long-time supporters of the Museum of Art at Washington State University, where Sam served as the universitys President from 19852000.

    Pat and Sams dedication is immensely appreciated and we are thankful for their time, talents, and insights. Please join us in thanking the Smiths for their commitment to the arts and helping to make Bellevue Arts Museum the Pacific Northwests premier venue for experiencing art, craft, and design.

  • 5Raise Your Paddle

    BE 100% IN FOR BAM! Raising your paddle shows that you value art and culture in our community. Your gift is more important now than ever and you make a dierence at BAM!

    Help celebrate 70 years of ARTSfair by raising your paddle tonight.

    Thank you!

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    LIVE AUCTION ITEM 22Our goal tonight: 100% of attendee participation, at any level.

    All raise the paddle donations are 100% tax deductible.

  • 6Golden Ticket DrawingGolden opportunity to win your choice of a Live Auction item!* Purchase a Golden Ticket for $100 for a chance to select your choice from the designated Live Auction items.

    Only 150 Golden Tickets are available!

    Use your bid number to purchase Golden Tickets during the Silent Auction.

    The winning Golden Ticket will be drawn at random before the start of the Live Auction. At that moment, the winner will select his or her choice from the designated Live Auction items.

    * Only Live Auction items marked Eligible for Golden Ticket Selection may be chosen. Must be present to win. BAM sta and their immediate family members are not eligible.

    CENTERPIECES by Deborah Schwartzkopf and George RodriguezBid on gorgeous, hand-crafted centerpiece designs created by Deb Schwartzkopf and George Rodriguez at their studio, Ceramistas Seattle. Bid early and bid often to win your favorite from any of the ballroom tables.

    Deborah Schwartzkopf and George Rodriguez find momentum in a common goalin building a life full of exploration, community, and clay. At their West Seattle studio, Ceramistas Seattle, each have individual spaces

    where they develop their distinctive ceramic artwork.

    George encrusts his surfaces with decorative motifs, bringing a sense of comfort and

    storytelling to his abstracted narratives. Deborah designs functional, porcelain pottery with clean lines, an energetic

    presence, and colorful palette.

    The ceramic vases they are making as centerpieces will be made both separately and collaboratively. Be surprised by each unique centerpiece at Artful Evening!

  • 7We would like to thank the following Donors for making our auction a success.

    Amos Amit, Andrew Butler Photography, Emanuela Aureli, Laura Baring-Gould, Francisco Bautista, Kate Beck, Chef Wally Bell, Bella Sisters, Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue Club, Ben Bridge, Sherry and Larry Benaroya,

    Jennifer L. Bennett-Di Luce Design, Bottlehouse, Jana Brevick, Bullseye Projects, Stefano Catalani, CG Sculpture and Jewelry, Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, Chihuly Garden & Glass, Chihuly Studio, Rei

    Chikaoka, Chukar Cherries, Kay Crawford, Diana Cronin, Deborah Cross, Richard Curtner, Kevin DesPlanques, Maria Arango Diener, Blair Dillaway, Dougs Refried Robots, Caitlin Dundon, Raquel Edwards, Kenneth Fenton,

    Ferrin Contemporary and Project Art, Amy Flynn, Glassybaby, Je Gracz, Vicki Green, Debo Groover, Iris Guy Sofer, Larry Halvorsen, Hans Christensen Designs, Stephanie Hargrave, Chris Heilman, Herban Feast Catering, Alan Higinbotham, Robin Hominiuk, Chef John Howie, Pyper Hugos, Hyatt Regency Bellevue,

    Etsuko Ichikawa, Jon Jahraus, Steve Jensen, Dehanna Jones, Anne and Lee Kilcup, Chee-Yun Kim, Karen Klee-Atlin, Michael A. Knutson, Richard Langley, Bruce Lanham, Vernon Leibrant, Leica Store Bellevue, David Levy, Janelle Lile, Margie Livingston, A.E. London, Karen Lorene, Gwen Lowery and Eric Hawley, Kelli MacConnell,

    Je Margolin, Mark Ryan Winery, Shelli Markee, Lani McGregor and Daniel Schwoerer, Paddy McNeely, Meany Center for the Performing Arts, Denis Minamora, Jerry D. Mitchell, Colleen E. Monette, Jos Moscoso, Neiman Marcus, Janet Neuburg, not2big, Mary Ellen OConnor, Marylou Ozbolt-Storer/Fibrearts, Albert Paley, Palomino Rustico, Richard Parrish, Linda Pawson, Ann and Don Perinchief, Gitte Peters, Erin Pietsch/Pietsch

    Pottery, Jenny Pohlman and Sabrina Knowles, Ralph Prata, Daniel Ramirez, Randy Dana Photography, Dona Reed, Jack Richardson, Meghan Patrice Riley, Seth Rolland, Jared Rue, Teresa Saia, Barbara Sanderson,

    Sara Bella* Upcycled, Ronna Sarvas Weltman, Savor Seattle Tours, John P. Scanlan, Ann Scott, Seattle Aquarium, Merlene Seltzer, Angela Shen, Preston Singletary, Anna Skibska, Catherine E. Skinner, Barbara Lee

    Smith, Woody and Judy Smith, Randy Scott Smithey, Aki Sogabe, Space Needle LLC, Julie Speidel, Stallman StudioJason Hallman + Stephen Stum, Nicky Statius, Stellar Flutes, Steve Klein Studio,

    Fred Stodder, Chelsea Stone, Susie Larsson Design, Carl Sutter, Wendy Sutter, Robert Edson Swain, Scott Swezy, Ryan Synovec, Robert Tandecki, Fred Tate, Teatro Zinzanni, Theo Chocolate, Michael Thiele, Timm ChapmanOne Vision Photography, Treestump Woodcraft, LLC, Beau Tsai, U.N.I. Studio, Unique

    Botanical Portraits, Unzicker Design, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Patti Warashina, Lee WatrousFamily Hats, The Westin Bellevue, Whim Travels, Whisk, White Forest Spoons, Valerie Willson, Chef Jason Wilson,

    R. Michael Wommack, Mike Woodward, Yoshiko Yamamoto, Erica Zap

    DID YOU KNOWArtful Evening auction gala is one of BAMs oldest traditions and is viewed as the kick o event for BAM ARTSfairthe cherished community event featuring top artists and craftspeople, visited by over 300,000 art lovers!

    Dating back to the early 1950s, Patron Parties were the summers social highlight. The ARTSfair Patron Parties became Artful Evening!

    Many ARTSfair artists donate to Artful Evening to support BAM. Raise a glass tonight to all donating artists and visit many more at BAM ARTSfair, July 2931, 2016.

  • 8The BAM FamilyThank you to all of Bellevue Arts Museums Board, Sta, and Committee members for your dedication to supporting the arts!

    BELLEVUE ARTS MUSEUM BOARD OF TRUSTEESCarol Auerbach Community Volunteer

    Al Berger Community Volunteer

    Steve Dewalt Sr. Vice President; Sr. Portfolio Manager, RBC Wealth Management

    Laura Dillaway Community Volunteer

    Susan Edelheit* Community Volunteer

    Boris Gaviria Attorney, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

    Anne Kilcup* Community Volunteer

    Norma Klorfine Foundation Ocer

    Alison Lewis-HarlowCo-manager, BHarlow and Associates

    Gwen Lowery Owner/Artist, GL Studio

    Rebecca Lyman Principal, The Garrigan Lyman Group

    Mary Marino Board Treasurer Principal, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP

    Julie Miller Board President President and Founder,Dr. Julie Miller, Inc.

    Joel Petersen* Sr. Vice President, U.S. Trust

    Ryan Porter Independent Consultant

    Barbara Sherland Board Secretary Partner, Attorney at Law,Stoel Rives LLP

    Mica Simpson Associate, Perkins Coie

    Mitch Smith Board Vice President CEO, MG2

    Sam Smith President Emeritus,Washington State University

    Susan Styner Marketing Consultant

    Carl Sutter President/Founder, Fisheries Supply

    Susan Thurston Real Estate and Investment Management Community Volunteer

    ADVISORY COUNCILKeith Baldwin* Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

    Sherry Benaroya Community Volunteer

    Judith Cushman Judith Cushman & Assoc.

    Manya Drobnack Community Advocate

    Mark Haley International Market Specialists LLC

    Jerry Hendin Alliance Public Relations

    George Kargianis Law Oces of George Kargianis

    Jerry Lee MG2 Foundation

    David Nelson DNA Partners

    Valerie Piha Community Volunteer

    John Price Gunning Stenson & Price

    Bob Quick IT/Operations Consulting

    Michele Rosen Rosen Family Foundation

    Pat Smith Community Volunteer

    Julie Speidel Artist

    Bob Swain Robert Edison Swain Architecture & Design

    Cappy Thompson Artist

    STAFFLinda Pawson Executive Director

    Stefano Catalani Director of Art, Craft, & Design

    Sonia Doughty Director of Development

    Meredith Langridge Anderson Senior Events Manager

    Karin Kidder Director of Marketing & Communications

    Pat Bako Associate Director of Development

    Kyle Carlson Guest Services Associate

    Lucile Chich Curatorial Fellow

    Elliott Gregory Retail Lead Associate

    Sean Harrison Head Preparator

    Eileen Herbert Education Curator

    Emily Kassebaum Development Associate

    Julia Konkell ARTSfair Production Manager

    Elizabeth Lovecraft Program, Events & Volunteer Coordinator

    Donna Lundquist Graphic Designer

    Caroline Maleke Guest Services Associate

    Jeremiah Meno Operations Manager

    Julia Miller Youth & Family Education Coordinator

    Jennifer-Navva Milliken Curator of Craft

    Kate Mortensen Guest Services Associate

    Kelsey Rudd Registrar

    Julia Sepulveda Special Events & Volunteer Manager

    Emilie Smith Communications Coordinator

    Katie Twiss Guest Services Lead

    Nancy Whittaker Retail Operations Manager & Buyer

    Lyn Ziskind Retail Sales Associate

    *Past Board President

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    LIVE AUCTION

    Upgrade to VIP Status Tonight! Dinner by Executive Chef Brent Martin, fine wines, and Dessert Frenzy cake of your choice! The winning bidders table will enjoy a specially-prepared meal by Executive Chef Brent Martin. Your waitstaff will be tableside all evening to ensure that your meal and service are exceptonal. Your VIP Menu includes:

    Dessert FrenzyCAKE 1 LEMON MOUSSE FROM THE FRENCH BAKERY. Layers of thin and moist vanilla cake, rich and creamy lemon cream topped with lemon cream.

    Donor: Laura Dillaway

    CAKE 2 RED VELVET CAKE BY THE HYATTS PASTERY CHEF, YOHAN LEE. With citrus cream cheese frosting, citrus syrup and red velvet cocoa butter spray.

    Donor: Hyatt Regency Bellevue

    CAKE 3 TUXEDO CAKE FROM MACRINA BAKERY. Bittersweet chocolate cake with brandy syrup and alternating layers of ganache and white chocolate buttercream. Frosted with white chocolate cream cheese buttercream and white chocolate curls.

    Donor: Karin Kidder

    CAKE 4 COLUMBIA CITY BAKERY CHOCOLATE CAKE. With chocolate whipped cream and a rich chocolate frosting.

    Donor: Pat Bako

    CAKE 5 VANILLA CAKE FROM AUDREYS CAKES. With lemon curd and fresh raspberry filling and smooth buttercream frosting.

    Donor: Sonia Doughty

    First Course: Roasted Red and Yellow Tomato, Rocket Greens, Fresh Mozzarella, Balsamic Dressing

    Second Course: Dungeness Crab Cake

    Selection of fine wines donated by Linda Pawson

    Third Course: Entre: A5 Wagyu Beef, Butter Poached Lobster Tail, Truffle Mashed Potatoes, Washington Fat Grass and Chimichurri

    Dessert: Your choice of cake from Dessert Frenzy listed below

    Value: Priceless Donors: Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Linda Pawson

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    LIVE AUCTION

    01 SETH ROLLANDStarfish Hanging Lamp, 2016Cherry34" x 34" x 6"

    A perceptive observer of shape and structure, Seth Rolland finds inspiration for his exquisitely crafted furniture in the architecture of the natural world. Rolland won the John and Joyce Price Award of Excellence at the BAM Biennial 2014: Knock on Wood. He currently has his first solo exhibition on view at Bellevue Arts Museum, Balance and Tension: The Furniture of Seth Rolland, through August 14, 2016.

    Value: $2,200

    02 GLASSYBABY HANDS-ON GLASSBLOWING EXPERIENCE FOR EIGHT WITH CATERING BY BOTTLEHOUSEEnjoy an insiders view of glass artistry at the Madrona studio of Glassybaby. Work side by side with their glassblowers for a unique experience in creating your one-of-a-kind paperweight, float, or bowl. Bottlehouse Catering will provide delectable bites paired with wines from Wilridge Winery.

    Value: $1,500Donors: Glassybaby and BottlehouseExperience expires 12/01/16. Mutually agreed upon date. Limited to eight (8) people. Certificate has no cash value.

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

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    LIVE AUCTION

    03 DESIGN YOUR OWN CRUISE AND DINE EXPERIENCE FOR SIX ABOARD ANNE AND LEE KILCUPS 30' DEVLINChart your course for a custom cruise and dine at a waterfront restaurant courtesy of your hosts Anne and Lee. Its the winning bidders choice to create their own Puget Sound boating experience: where will you go?

    Value: $1,000Donors: Anne and Lee KilcupLimited to six people. Mutually agreed upon date. Certificate expires August 1, 2017.

    04 JANA BREVICKTransistorSterling and fine silver, vintage Nixie Tube, mica, and vintage radio parts22"

    Metalsmith and jeweler Jana Brevick injects a unique blend of futurism, anachronism, and wit into her work that ranges in scale from wearable to environmental. Last year, Jana held her first solo exhibition at Bellevue Arts Museum. A member of SOIL Gallery for over 10 years, her activities range from exhibiting artist, to juror, to curator. She holds a BA in fashion design and a BFA in metalsmithing and has participated in exhibitions worldwide.

    Value: $2,800

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

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    LIVE AUCTION

    05 INSPIRING LUNCH WITH NORTHWEST SCULPTOR JULIE SPEIDEL ON VASHON ISLAND FOR TENEscape to Julie Speidels serene and inspiring studio on Vashon. You and 9 friends will enjoy a catered lunch and a studio tour. Get an insiders view of the acclaimed sculptors studio while enjoying a delicious lunch and exchanging artful repartee. Catering by Wally Bell, who started as a Chef in the famous Moulin Rouge in Newcastle, England.

    Value: $1,500 Donors: Julie Speidel and Chef Wally Bell

    06 ANNA SKIBSKAConnected, 2016Glass20" x 12" x 12"

    Anna Skibska attended the Academy of Art in Wroclaw, where she also served as a faculty member. Anna has been awarded many grants and fellowships, including the Jutta Cuny-Franz Memorial Award, the Kosciuszko Foundation Fellowship, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and the Soros Foundation Grant. She has mounted solo exhibitions at the National Museum in Wroclaw, the Norton Museum of Art and Seattle Art Museum.

    Value: $2,300

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

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    LIVE AUCTION

    07 PARTY AT ANNA SKIBSKAS FREMONT STUDIO FOR UP TO 16 GUESTS WINNING BIDDER TO CHOOSE NECKPIECE AT THE PARTYYou and up to 15 friends are invited to join Anna Skibska in her working artist studio located at the center of the universe in Fremont, Seattle. See Annas unique approach to glass, while enjoying delectable drinks and savory bites in her swanky space. The winning bidder will have an opportunity to select a neckpiece of their choice at the event!

    Value: $1,500Donors: Anna Skibska Mutually agreed upon date. Expires June 1, 2017.

    08 BARBARA LEE SMITHAbove the CalderaFabric and mixed media41 1/4" x 41 1/4"

    Barbara Lee Smiths stunning mixed-media collages are influenced by Abstract Expressionism and says her work evolved from non-representational images to evocations of land, sea, and sky. Barbara is an artist, writer, educator, and curator and is credited with helping to put contemporary embroidery on the art world map. She has exhibited internationally, is a member of Northwest Designer Craftsmen, and recently completed board service at Bellevue Arts Museum.

    Value: $4,200

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

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    LIVE AUCTION

    09 COOKING CLASS FOR 12 PEOPLE AT WHISK, LED BY CHEF JOHN HOWIE, PAIRED WITH MARK RYAN WINESEnjoy award-winning wine from Mark Ryan while expanding your skills with Chef John Howie at Bellevues newest cooking class venue, tabletop, and kitchenware store, Whisk! Appointed for any cooks fantasy, you and 11 friends will dice, mix, and saut in Whisks modern kitchen, perfectly suited for hands-on cooking with Chef Howie of Seastar, John Howie Steak, and more.

    Value: $3,000Donors: Ann and Don Perinchief, Chef John Howie, and Mark Ryan Only oered on Monday or Tuesday. Mutually agreeable date, excluding November and December. Expires: July 2017.

    10 STEPHANIE HARGRAVEAllele 1Encaustic on birch38" x 38", framed

    Stephanie Hargraves paintings incorporate pure bees wax, resin, and pigments. She states, I find bees wax to be inherently lovely, and work with it always mindful of how its natural beauty and transparency can coexist with my ideas and imagery. Stephanie works and maintains a studio in Seattle, WA.

    Value: $3,800

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

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    11 JENNY POHLMAN AND SABRINA KNOWLESLiberation Spear, 2016Blown and sand-carved glass and mixed media45" x 4 1/2" x 3 1/2"

    Jenny Pohlman and Sabrina Knowles are both inspired by spiritual beliefs, rituals, and artworks of ancient cultures. They have journeyed independently to Africa, Thailand, Laos, and Cambodia to meet people and learn of their traditions. They work primarily in glass and steel, often incorporating found objects. Their work is widely collected and has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions.

    Value: $5,000

    12 STEVE JENSENDrifting Vessel, 2013Recycled glass, boat resin, and driftwood 11 1/2" x 32" x 13 1/2"

    Steve Jensen comes from a long line of Norwegian shipbuilders and has many memories of working on boats with his father and grandfather. Today he still uses the same chisels passed down from his grandfather. For him, the image of the boat is meant to symbolize a voyage or journeyperhaps it is a voyage to a physical place or maybe a spiritual journey into the unknown.

    Value: $7,000

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    13 REI CHIKAOKAZephyr, 2015Pate de Verre7 7/8" x 12 5/8" x 7"

    Rei Chikaoka states: I attempt to demonstrate the energy of the great force that has been suppressed in an object, which finally could not bear to contain it anymore and releases it in one go. Chikaoka maintains a studio in Tokyo and his work has been shown in the Bullseye Glass exhibition Emerge/Evolve 2014 presented recently at Bellevue Arts Museum, as well as in the Asahi Modern Craft Exhibition, the Glass Craft Triennale, and many others.

    Value: $5,600

    14 PRIVATE DINNER FOR SIX PREPARED BY CHEF JASON WILSON HOSTED BY GWEN LOWERY AND ERIC HAWLEYExperience an intimate gourmet dining experience for six at the artful and stunning Lowery condo in downtown Seattle. Sip fine wine while Chef Jason Wilson creates a memorable meal for you and your friends. Jasons tenure in the restaurant business spans over 25 years. His prowess for cooking American Regional Food in the Pacific Northwest has lauded numerous awards and celebrity status in the culinary world.

    Value: $2,500Donors: Gwen Lowery, Eric Hawley, and Chef Jason WilsonExperience expires 07/16/17. Mutually agreed upon date. Limited to six (6) people. Certificate has no cash value.

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

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    15 PATTI WARASHINADuck Soup, 2015Earthenware, underglaze, glaze, and mixed media16" x 21" x 11"

    Patti Warashina is best known for her explorations of important issues such as politics, feminism, and the Japanese-American experience through her witty, and often humorous sculptures. Her work is featured in museum collections around the world, including the American Craft Museum; Seattle Art Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Icheon World Ceramic Center, and Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art in Japan.

    Value: $6,000

    16 LUXURIOUS ONE WEEK GETAWAY AT ONE OF WHIM TRAVELS WORLDWIDE LOCATIONSAs the winning bidder, you choose your exclusive luxury vacation retreat. Where will you stay? A villa in Tuscany? A beach front villa in Barbados? From Cape Town to Cape Cod, Whim Travels combines luxurious accommodations and exceptional destinations all over the world. Whether it is Asia, Africa, Europe, or a beach front escape to the Caribbean, THE CHOICE IS YOURS for a luxurious vacation stay.

    Value: $10,000Donors: Sherry and Larry Benaroya and Whim TravelsTravel dates and destination may be chosen subject to availability and points expire in 365 days (07/16/17). Airfare and transportation is not included.

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    LIVE AUCTION

    17 DINNER FOR 10 WITH STEFANOExperience a delightful and exclusive dinner for 10 discerning guests! Your chef for the evening is our own Curator Extraordinaire, Stefano Catalani. This unique opportunity is co-hosted by architect Bob Swain in his beautiful home on Phinney Ridge, a mystic hidden oasis recently featured in The Seattle Times NW Magazine. Savor an exquisite personally-prepared Italian meal by the multi-talented Stefano while appreciating delectable wines paired by Bob Swain.

    Value: PricelessDonors: Stefano Catalani and Bob Swain

    18 STALLMAN STUDIOS JASON HALLMAN + STEPHEN STUMBreathe Me In, 2016Sculpted canvas and acrylic paint on framed panel30" x 30" x 3"

    Jason Hallman and Stephen Stum of Stallman Studios are partners in art and life, and pioneers of a technique using acrylic and canvas as sculpture, transforming the traditional medium of painting. Their work gives canvas a leading role, fashioning pockets of light and shadow within each segment. Stallman Studios was the recipient of the 2013 Carol Duke Artist Award of Excellence at Bellevue Arts Museums ARTSfair.

    Value: $6,700

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

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    LIVE AUCTION

    19 PRIVATE CONCERT WITH RENOWNED VIOLINIST CHEE-YUN KIM AND CELLIST WENDY SUTTERHailed as two of the foremost string players of their generation, Chee-yun Kim, violinist, and Wendy Sutter, cellist, are oering a private concert to be held in your home or venue of choice. Both these artists have renowned reputations for their international performing careers, and have performed as soloists with the finest orchestras in the world. Kim and Sutter have also collaborated and appeared with such artists as Mikhail Baryshnikov, Philip Glass, Leonard Cohen, and have appeared in TV episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm. Chee-Yun and Wendy look forward to presenting a world class concert in the privacy of your own home, and need nothing more than one chair and two music stands!

    Value: PricelessDonors: Chee-yun Kim and Wendy SutterMutually agreed upon date and concert times. Please give three months notice for booking your concert.

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    20 RICHARD PARRISHTapestry 39Triptych/3 vertical panels26" x 39 3/4" x 3/4"

    Richard Parrish, inspired by repetitive rows in fields of grain and woven fabrics, creates The Tapestries each uniquealluding to cloth in a breeze, expressing softness in a hard material. The composition of these glass pieces explores the juncture between organic and geometric. Richard was selected for the Corning Museum of Glasss New Glass Review, and was awarded the American Craft Council Award of Achievement in 2003.

    Value: $6,000

    21 JARED RUEHarborage, 2016Oil and aluminum on panel30" x 24"

    Jared Rue employs a process of layering glazes to maintain color, lights, and depth in his minimal atmospheric renderings. Jared states, My work, at times, leans towards the abstract yet still evokes a transcendent and genuine feeling of being able to enter, or step into, the paintings themselves. Jareds work is widely collected and he is represented by Seattles Woodside/Braseth Gallery.

    Value: $5,500

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    Show that YOU value ART and CULTURE in our community.

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    23A PRESTON SINGLETARYSun Mask, 2008 Signed and titled, serigraph on paper, limited edition, and pencil18" x 15", framed

    Value: $500

    23B PRESTON SINGLETARYSummon the Animal Spirits, 2011Signed and titled, serigraph on paper, limited edition, and pencil15" x 22", framed

    Value: $500

    The art of Preston Singletary features themes of transformation, animal spirits, and shamanism through elegant blown glass forms and sand-carved Tlingit designs. Preston uses his exquisite prints as studies for his larger works. In 2010, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Arts Degree from the University of Puget Sound and his works are included in museum collections internationally, including The British Museum in London, Seattle Art Museum, The Corning Museum of Glass, and the Smithsonian Institution.

    Framing donated by Annies Art and Frame

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    24 EXCLUSIVE BOATHOUSE TOUR AND CHIHULY GARDEN AND GLASS EXPERIENCEFour of you will enjoy a visit to The Boathouse on scenic Lake Union. Home to Chihulys hotshop, The Boathouse is a private working studio that is closed to the public, which makes this visit a unique opportunity. Your tour of The Boathouse will provide a more personal experience for your visit to the Chihuly Garden and Glass where you can wander through the gardens and then enjoy lunch with a $100 dining certificate at Collections Caf. Winner bidder will receive five books signed by Dale Chihuly.

    Value: Priceless!Donor: Chihuly StudioNontransferable, non-extendable, not redeemable for cash. Not replaceable if lost or stolen. Certificate expires 07/016/17.

    25 ETSUKO ICHIKAWATrace, 2014Glass pyrograph on paper37 1/2" x 30 3/4", framed

    Tokyo-born, Seattle-based multi-media artist Etsuko Ichikawa is perhaps best known for her Pyrographs, which she describes as being made by drawing hot molten glass on heavy paper. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally, and her work has been reviewed by numerous publications.

    Value: $3,500Courtesy of Winston Wchter Fine ArtFraming donated by Museum Quality Framing

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    26 PORTLAND BULLSEYE PROJECT ART EXPERIENCE, AUGUST 1011, 2016Raise your paddle quickly, for this is a sure sell-out. Limited to just 40 guests, your art-filled itinerary for the weekend includes: A Private Tour of the Portland Art Museum

    A Private Tour of Bullseye Projects Cocktail party at Lani McGregor and Dan Schwoerers home Saturday night

    Hosted brunch at Bullseye glass factory on Sunday morning

    $200 per personDonors: Lani McGregor and Dan Schwoerer, Bullseye ProjectsGuests responsible for own lodging and travel to/from Portland. Tours are on Saturday/Sunday August 1011, 2016.

    27 CATHERINE E. SKINNERTraces III, Diptych, 2015Archival print on Moab Entrata 100% rag paper, encaustic & mixed media on panel with exhibition book, Vestiges12" x 22" x 2", framed

    This work from the Vestiges series, represents the memory of what landscape was and can be, the quick passage of time, accentuated by a streak of yellow light. With encaustic wax and oil paint, the initial photograph was taken with my iPhone, while on the Eurostar traveling from London to Paris.

    Value: $3,775

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    28 CES STUDIO TOUR AND COCKTAIL HOUR WITH CATHERINE E. SKINNER FOR 16Youre invited to join Catherine Skinner at her amazing Tom Kundig designed studio for a cocktail party. A roof-top deck and amazing views in the heart of Seattles Capitol Hill neighborhood will set the scene for a memorable event. Catherine will graciously host your party and also share a demonstration of her mesmerizing encaustic process. Bring your 15 closest friends and enjoy an evening of art, tasty bites, cocktails and great company, all while reveling in one of the most amazing spaces in the city.

    Value: Priceless Donor: Catherine E. SkinnerMutually agreed upon date and time. Expires June 1, 2017.

    29 LUNCHEON CRUISE FOR SIX ON VOYAGER HOSTED BY BAM BOARD MEMBER, CARL SUTTEREnjoy the sights with your host, BAM Board Member, and president and founder of Fisheries Supply, Carl Sutter, as you sail away on Voyager, a 46' ocean sailing boat, for the day. You and five guests will enjoy a breathtaking day of sailing that includes a delectable lunch served on-board.

    Value: $1,500 Donor: Carl SutterMutually agreed upon date. Limited to six people. Please give two months advance notice for booking your sailing adventure. Certificate expires 07/16/17.

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    30 ULTIMATE STEVE KLEIN GLASS FUSING PARTY FOR EIGHT WITH LUNCH IN LA CONNER, WATake a memorable day trip to picturesque La Conner, WA to artist Steve Kleins studio. Steve will host you and seven friends for a private glass experience. You will learn to cut glass and create your own glass art! Includes a studio tour, glass class and lunch at Nell Thorn Waterfront Bistro & Bar. Steve Klein exhibits his blown and kiln-formed sculptures internationally and teaches throughout the US, Europe, and Asia.

    Value: $2,500 Donors: Steve Klein Studio and Nell Thorn Waterfront Bistro & BarAvailable for a mutually agreed upon date and give a minimum of two months notice to book your experience. Class is limited to 8. Certificate expires 5/31/17.

    31 MARGIE LIVINGSTONBlock of Blocks with White Pour, Small, 2014Acrylic paint on powder coated steel stand5 3/4" x 7" x 6 3/4"

    Margie Livingston received her M.F.A. in painting from the University of Washington. Her awards include a Fulbright Scholarship in 2001, the Arts Innovator Award in 2010, the Neddy Fellowship in Painting in 2010, and the Betty Bowen Annual Memorial Award in 2006. She is represented Luis De Jesus Los Angeles and by Greg Kucera Gallery in Seattle, where she has a show July 7August 20, 2016.

    Value: $3,000

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    32 EXCLUSIVE OPENING NIGHT PRIVATE BALCONY VIEWING OF SNOWFLAKE LANE FOR 25Start your holiday season with one of BAMs perennial favorite parties! Treat 25 guests with private access to BAMs entire 3rd floor of exhibitions, the secret Right Hand Rule terrace, and the Court of Light, all to enjoy opening night of Snowflake Lane and the unocial start of the holiday season. Enjoy a hot chocolate bar and holiday treats catered by Herban Feast, reserved parking, and THE best view of BAM and Snowflake Lane!Date-specific: November 25, 2016 only.

    Value: PricelessDonors: Bellevue Arts Museum and Herban Feast

    33 ALBERT PALEYStone Lithograph, 2012Charcoal print23" x 18 1/2", framed

    Creating an artwork is a process evolving from an idea or insight to then be manifested into a resulting artwork. Drawing has always played a critical role in my development of that process. Throughout my career I have utilized drawing in approaching printmaking either directly with lithographs, etchings, aquatints or with my recent body of work in monoprints. Line quality and silhouette in the graphic work relates directly with my dialogue with three-dimensional forms.

    Value: $2,450

    Framing donated by Allison and Ross Fine Art

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    34 A VERTICAL OF ROBERT SINSKEY VINEYARDS PINOT BLANC 2011, 2012, AND 2013 MAGNUMS WITH A SET OF FOUR HAND-BLOWN GOBLETSEnjoy Robert Sinskey Vineyards Pinot Blanc magnums! These wines will invigorate your palate when paired with: bacon, smoked fish, or pungent cheese. RSVs Pinot Blanc is only produced in half-bottles and magnums because you should either start with it, or party with it there is no in-between! RSV

    Artist Richard Langley uses traditional Italian glassblowing techniques to craft these stunning, hand-blown goblets. Sip your fine wine from exquisitely-crafted vessels!

    Value: $1,600 Donors: Linda Pawson and Richard Langley

    35 BEN BRIDGERoberto Coin 18k Smoky Quartz and Diamond PendantThe Roberto Coin brand was born in 1996. Its founder, with whom it shares its name, driven by the innate love for the world of art and fashion, decided to leave his successful career as a hotel manager to follow a dream and face a new and passionate adventure. His creativity took shape through the hands of the historical and most renowned Italian jewelry artisans, who brought Roberto Coins romantic and borderless imagination to life through their skills, telling his story through jewels that truly become works of art.

    Value: $2,800ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

    ELIGIBLE FOR GOLDEN TICKET SELECTION

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    36 DATE NIGHTS FOR A YEAR!Dont sit home and miss out on all that the surrounding area has to oer!

    Value: $2,720

    Donors: Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue Club, Chihuly Garden & Glass, Chukar Cherries, Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Meany Center for the Performing Arts, Palomino Rustico, Savor Seattle Tours, Seattle Aquarium, Space Needle LLC, Teatro Zinzanni, The Westin Bellevue, Theo Chocolate, Virginia Mason Medical Center

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    Your years worth of romantic fun begins with:

    Bellevue Arts Museum VIP Package including a family membership, Sound and Vision Concert Series tickets, and $50 Museum Store gift card

    Bellevue Club weekend night getaway with $40 dining certificate for two

    Hyatt Regency Bellevue Executive Awaken Package Overnight Stay for Two, includes valet parking and breakfast at Eques

    Chihuly Garden and Glass admission for two with $50 Collections Cafe dining certificate

    Chukar Cherries Gift Basket

    Two tickets to Joyce Yang at the Meany Center for the Performing Arts

    $150 gift certificate to Savor Seattle Food Tours

    $100 dining certificate to Palomino Rustico

    Seattle Aquarium admission for two

    Four tickets to the Space Needle observation deck

    The Westin Bellevue overnight stay with breakfast for two

    Two tickets to a performance at Teatro Zinzanni

    Theo Chocolate Factory Tour for up to 25 people

    Virginia Mason Medi-Spa basket

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    100 MERLENE SELTZERScarf with sterling silver pinHand-woven rayon scarf 71" x 11 1/2"

    Value: $100

    101 VERNON LEIBRANTEnglish Walnut BowlRescued wood 13" x 3"

    Value: $245 | Fair Booth: O-09

    102 LAURA BARING-GOULDHeirloom PearCast bronze with stippled patina5" x 3 1/2" x 3 1/2"

    Value: $300 | Fair Booth: O-16

    103 JON JAHRAUSEasy RiderPen and ink editorial illustration on board11" x 14", framed

    Value: $49 | Fair Booth: F-05

    104 SARA BELLA* UPCYCLEDBella Bird ToteUpcycled plastic bags and oxygen tubing18" x 16" x 5 1/2"

    Value: $65 | Fair Booth: H-18

    105 UNIQUE BOTANICAL PORTRAITSFlaming DahliaMatted photo with backing11" x 14"

    Value: $85 | Fair Booth: K-02

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    106 ALAN HIGINBOTHAMLeaf Curl Spiral BowlPorcelain clay, Limited Edition 5 of 52 1/2" x 11" x 1 1/2"

    Value: $80 | Fair Booth: K-16

    107 DEBORAH CROSSWomens ScarfSilk60" x 7"

    Value: $98 | Fair Booth: J-01

    108 YOSHIKO YAMAMOTOMt. Rainier-White PassLimited edition linoleum block print, 39/27016" x 34" x 1/4"

    Value: $240 | Fair Booth: J-03

    109 DIANA CRONINShot Glass SetCeramic, porcelain, glaze, and underglaze2" x 2" x 8"

    Value: $89 | Fair Booth: Q-06

    110 WOODY AND JUDY SMITHBears in WildernessBaltic birch and oak 11 1/2" x 24" x 1/8"

    Value: $125 | Fair Booth: S-03

    111 DAVID LEVYZig Zag Cutting BoardExotic and domestic woods14 1/2" x 9 1/2"

    Value: $90 | Fair Booth: K-18

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    112 KENNETH FENTONCollage Belt BuckleStainless steel nuts, bolts, and pipe2 3/4" x 3 1/2" x 1/2"

    Value: $125 | Fair Booth: N-04

    113 U.N.I. STUDIOScarf Double-woven wool82" x 24"

    Value: $95 | Fair Booth: M-18

    114 DONA REEDStellers Jays Linoblock print, limited edition 4/5012" x 6"

    Value: $145 | Fair Booth: R-03

    115 WHITE FOREST SPOONSSmall Salad Bowl with TongsCherry 10" x 3 1/4"

    Value: $150 | Fair Booth: Q-49

    116 RYAN SYNOVECEthereal 1-4Carbon pigment print on Hahnemuhle Museum etching paper16" x 16", framed

    Value: $150 | Fair Booth: M-16

    117 RALPH PRATAGrace in GravityConcrete16" x 10" x 1"

    Value: $125 | Fair Booth: K-19

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    118 TIMM CHAPMAN-ONE VISION PHOTOGRAPHYMorning MassPhotography dye-infused into aluminum9 1/4" x 13 1/4" x 1"

    Value: $175 | Fair Booth: S-36

    119 MARIA ARANGO DIENERMagic CarpetColor woodcut on hand-made paper16" x 20" x 1", framed

    Value: $175 | Fair Booth: I-13

    120 KELLI MACCONNELLHazelnut OrchardLinocut print25" x 29"

    Value: $250 | Fair Booth: N-10

    121 JEFF MARGOLINCoral DiscPorcelain clay12" x 12" x 2"

    Value: $300 | Fair Booth: H-01

    122 JOS MOSCOSOSwinging Under the SunsetPhotography, illustration, and wood5 1/2" x 13" x 1", framed

    Value: $250 | Fair Booth: K-22

    123 BRUCE LANHAMGrizzly-Moose ScrimshawSwordfish sword (bone)31" x 3"

    Value: $300 | Fair Booth: N-05

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    124 SCOTT SWEZYEarth BubblesPastel on paper22" x 22", framed

    Value: $375 | Fair Booth: S-54

    125 JACK RICHARDSONBrucite BowlBrucite7" x 2 1/2"

    Value: $350 | Fair Booth: Q-25

    126 KAY CRAWFORDPowerPastel14" x 16", framed

    Value: $375 | Fair Booth: H-02

    127 AMOS AMITFront ViewBatik Fiber27" x 21" x 1", framed

    Value: $525 | Fair Booth: H-17

    128 DAVID GOLDHAGENUntitledGlass17" x 10 1/2"

    Value: $200Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

    129 FRANCISCO BAUTISTALines of LifeHand-woven wool, cotton, and aniline dyes32" x 60"

    Value: $375 | Fair Booth: S-24

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    130 VICKI GREENVanilla ExpressionGlass-fused8" x 9 3/4" x 8"

    Value: $350 | Fair Booth: N-07

    131 RAQUEL EDWARDSRed DahliaEncaustic, pigment, and ink12" x 12" x 1 1/2"

    Value: $325 | Fair Booth: S-02

    132 PADDY MCNEELYHors doeuvre ServicePorcelainLarge plate 12" x 1"; Medium bowl 5 1/2 x 2"; Small bowl 3 1/4" x 1"

    Value: $300 | Fair Booth: I-25

    133 NOT2BIGGlass and Hardwood Serving TrayArt glass, hardwood, and copper20" x 14" x 2"

    Value: $175 | Fair Booth: P-04

    134 VALERIE WILLSONDandelions with Pewter PitcherDigital photo printed by the artist and applied to a wood panel12" x 9" x 1 1/2"

    Value: $250 | Fair Booth: P-08

    135 LEE WATROUS-FAMILY HATSTriple CrownCowhide, ultrasuede, and alligator lizard12" x 6" x 4", adjustable

    Value: $240 | Fair Booth: S-55

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    136 RANDY DANA PHOTOGRAPHYBouquet on GlassPhotograph17" x 21" x 1", framed

    Value: $175 | Fair Booth: Q-07

    137 UNTITLEDBlown and sculpted glass17" x 8"

    Value: $200Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

    138 MIKE WOODWARDOpal 29Photograph on aluminum16" x 20" x 1"

    Value: $295 | Fair Booth: K-10

    139 KATHERINE GRAYCandelabraHand-blown glass20" x 8 1/2"

    Value: $400Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

    140 HANS CHRISTENSEN DESIGNSHand-painted Mobius ShrugSilk with fiber reactive dyes60" x 18"

    Value: $148 | Fair Booth: P-02

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    141 COLLEEN E. MONETTEFirst BornAntique metal shovel head, antique tintype collage, vintage papers (1880s1940s), postage stamp, and baling wire 7 3/4" x 3" x 1"

    Value: $140 | Fair Booth: I-02

    142 ANDREW BUTLER PHOTOGRAPHYSan Miguel DoorsPhotographic triptych12" x 24" x 1", framed

    Value: $125 | Fair Booth: I-05

    143 UNTITLEDRaku pots6" x 6" and 8" x 8"

    Value: $225Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

    144 ERIN PIETSCH/PIETSCH POTTERYTubes VaseCeramic12 1/2" x 6 1/2"

    Value: $250

    145 TREESTUMP WOODCRAFT, LLCBread BoardWalnut18" x 8"

    Value: $150 | Fair Booth: Q-39

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    146 ROSE MARIE DIETRICHUntitledCeramic14" x 11"

    Value: $125Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

    147 STELLAR FLUTESBasic G FluteWestern Red Cedar23" x 1" x 1"

    Value: $95 | Fair Booth: R-13

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    200 GLASS RINGGlass, beads, and stainless steelSize 6

    Value: $60Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

    201 PYPER HUGOSEarringsVintage auto parts with original paint from a 1969 oldsmobile (brown), 1972 plymouth roadrunner (green), and a 1955 oldsmobile (blue) with sterling silver 2" x 1 1/2" x 1/2"

    Value: $168 | Fair Booth: M-15

    202 ISABELLE DE BORCHGRAVENecklacePaper and thread17"

    Value: $40

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    203 CHELSEA STONENecklace with silver chainSilver and enamelPendant 1" x 1"; chain 18"

    Value: $45 | Fair Booth: Q-33

    204 ANN SCOTTEarringsSilver wire2 1/2" x 1"

    Value: $95

    205 ERICA ZAPMesh Necklace and Earring SetRhodium, black nickel, and electroplated 18k gold over brass meshNecklace 19"; earrings 1 1/2" x 3/4"

    Value: $102 | Fair Booth: H-20

    206 SUSIE LARSSON DESIGNKaitlinCapri blue glass beads and 24k gold1" x 6 1/2"

    Value: $220 | Fair Booth: H-11

    207 AMY FLYNNBabybot NecklaceFound objects, watch parts, tin, watch movements, valve cores, and shoulder bulb3 1/8" x 1 1/8" x 1/2"

    Value: $160 | Fair Booth: N-17

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    208 MARY ELLEN OCONNORSterling Asymetrical CuHand-hammered sterling silver1 3/8" x 5 1/2"

    Value: $185 | Fair Booth: P-13

    209 MEGHAN PATRICE RILEYVertigo EarringsNylon-coated stainless steel wire, gold, and fresh water pearls2 1/2" x 1 1/2" x 1/4"

    Value: $150

    210 EMANUELA AURELIBroochBronze2" x 2" x 1"

    Value: $350

    211 RONNA SARVAS WELTMANBig Bead NecklaceHand-crafted polymer clay20"

    Value: $400

    212 ANAT BASANTANecklaceGalvanized sterling silver with gold, rhodium, and ruthenium17 1/2"

    Value: $435Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

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    213 CG SCULPTURE AND JEWELRYLarge Pod with GemstonesOxidized silver, bronze, amethyst, and smoky quartzNecklace is adjustable 18"20", pendant 3 1/2" x 1"

    Value: $418

    214 FRED TATEChokerSterling, 14k gold, Tahitian black pearl, black coral, and rubber9" x 2 1/2"

    Value: $395 | Fair Booth: R-07

    215 ANNA SKIBSKARainbow 1, 2, 2016Felt, metal mesh, rubber tubing, and magnetic claspNecklace 22 1/2"; earrings 1 1/2"

    Value: $310

    216 UNZICKER DESIGNExtra Decorated Onyx Stainless ScarfStainless chainmail and onyx45" x 1"

    Value: $190 | Fair Booth: Q-03

    217 HAND-CRAFTED MURANO GLASS RING1" x 1" x 1/2"

    Value: $35Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

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    218 IRIS GUY SOFERBranch NecklaceSterling silver38" x 1/2"

    Value: $240

    219 EARRINGS18k gold and silver1 1/4" x 1"

    Value: $125Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

    220 NECKLACESilver and mixed metal17"

    Value: $100Donor: Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum

    221 JENNIFER L. BENNETT-DILUCE DESIGNFalling-NW Forest Collection, 2016Oxidized silver and brass30" x 1 1/4" x 1/8"

    Value: $258

    222 TODD REEDRingSterling silver, 18k gold, and raw diamonds1 1/2" x 1 1/4" x 1/4"

    Value: $2,000Donor: The Private Collection of Karen Lorene

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    223 IRIS GUY SOFEROval EarringsSterling silver and pearls2" x 1"

    Value: $120

    224 SHELLI MARKEE#4Sterling silver22"

    Value: $275

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    300 JANET NEUBURGFused Glass BowlGlass17" x 5"

    Value: $350 | Fair Booth: N-01

    301 AKI SOGABEThe Sound of FallCharcoal paper, watercolor, airbrush, and glues21 1/2" x 17 1/2" x 3/4", framed

    Value: $385 | Fair Booth: Q-31

    302 NICKY STATIUSWeather Moving In24k, 18k, and composit goldleaf over knitted copper wire mounted on a pc board10" x 10"

    Value: $400 | Fair Booth: R-11

    303 ROBIN HOMINIUKEphemeral HorizonAnagama kiln-fired stoneware and natural fly ash glaze19" x 7" x 7"

    Value: $450 | Fair Booth: H-08

    304 DEBO GROOVERHouse PartyPolymer and acrylic on canvas20" x 20" x 2"

    Value: $400 | Fair Booth: H-09

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    305 KEVIN DESPLANQUESSculpted BenchSipo mahogany (top) and maple19" x 13" x 24"

    Value: $500 | Fair Booth: I-20

    306 JANELLE LILECoalesceMixed media encaustic collage12" x 12" x 3/4"

    Value: $400 | Fair Booth: L-02

    307 CHATEAU STE. MICHELLE 2017 SUMMER CONCERT VIP EXPERIENCE FOR TWO AND A 2012 ARTIST SERIES MAGNUMExperience a wonderful evening of music, wine, and food at Chateau Ste. Michelle. The two of you will enjoy one (1) concert during the 2017 Summer Concert Series as VIP guests! You will enjoy complementary preferred parking, a pre-concert reception, and then view the show from their private reserve section while nibbling on desserts from the Peacock Lounge. Tonights winning bidder will take home a magnum of the special 30th Anniversary Chateau Ste. Michelle 2012 Artist Series, Columbia Valley wine.Restrictions: Available for one (1) concert during the 2017 concert season only-no exceptions. Please contact Cara Connor after April 15th, 2017 to make arrangements. Transportation is not included. Some concerts may not be available for this package. Once confirmed, tickets are not transferrable to another concert date. All concerts are performed outside and held RAIN OR SHINE.

    Value: $400

    308 R. MICHAEL WOMMACKAs It WerePastel on paper12 1/4" x 16", framed

    Value: $475 | Fair Booth: Q-26

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    309 DENIS MINAMORAMario Pastel-enhanced gicle25" x 31" x 1", framed

    Value: $500 | Fair Booth: I-07

    310 BLAIR DILLAWAYCherry Drop Leaf TableCherry30" x 28 x 14" (leaves down) x 28"D (leaves up)

    Value: $600

    311 CAITLIN DUNDONAmerican Quilt IPaper collage, acrylic, and ink on wood panel36" x 36" x 1 1/2"

    Value: $1,200 | Fair Booth: M-30

    312 BELLA SISTERSLabradorite PoppyMerino wool, wool, and labradorite stones37"/26"

    Value: $478 | Fair Booth: S-20

    313 BARBARA SANDERSONGlass CattailGlass, copper, and steel6" x 6" x 24"

    Value: $500 | Fair Booth: S-26

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    314 JEFF GRACZSea and Sky #46Dye sublimation on aluminum28" x 28" x 1 1/2", framed

    Value: $650 | Fair Booth: S-05

    315 LARRY HALVORSENStairstep GourdStoneware14" x 14" x 13"

    Value: $800 | Fair Booth: M-22

    316 TERESA SAIAEvening LightDry pigment pastel with archival framing and museum glass18" x 22", framed

    Value: $850 | Fair Booth: O-03

    317 CHRIS HEILMANVesselGlass7" x 4 1/2"

    Value: $700 | Fair Booth: S-12

    318 ROBERT TANDECKILynxOriginal watercolor16" x 20", framed

    Value: $950 | Fair Booth: S-05

    319 LEICA D-LUX 109 COMPACT CAMERA PLUS $250 AKADAMIE VOUCHEROf all the Leica compact cameras, the high performance D-Lux has one of the fastest lenses to oer you inspiration and almost boundless photographic freedom. Included with your camera is a voucher for $250 worth of lessons so you can fully utilize all the features this camera has to oer.

    Value: $1,345

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    320 MICHAEL A. KNUTSONBramble BirdAcrylic on canvas36" x 28"

    Value: $2,400 | Fair Booth: Q-45

    321 JOHN P. SCANLANA Good YearLimited edition pigment on photographic canvas26" x 38" x 1", framed

    Value: $1,300 | Fair Booth: S-39

    322 AE LONDONOld SoulMixed media30" x 40" x 2"

    Value: $1,100 | Fair Booth: Q-27

    323 DEHANNA JONESColor BubblesBlown glass19" x 10" x 10"

    Value: $815 | Fair Booth: S-51

    324 DANIEL RAMIREZNative American WomanCharcoal drawing on paper19" x 23" x 2", framed with archival materials

    Value: $950 | Fair Booth: N-18

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    325 RICHARD CURTNERCaeinatedArtist proof, archival gicle reproduction, framed and matted, 1 of 5 26" x 22" x 1"

    Value: $800 | Fair Booth: Q-17

    326 DOUGS REFRIED ROBOTSI Need VisineEgg cooker, lamp parts, electrical conduit, and boxes14" x 9" x 7"

    Value: $695 | Fair Booth: Q-40

    327 JERRY D. MITCHELLRememberingOils on canvas29" x 29" x 2"

    Value: $595 | Fair Booth: K-17

    328 KATE BECKRecollectionSilk organza70" x 25"

    Value: $480 | Fair Booth: K-25

    329 FRED STODDERVaseWhite earthenware12" x 11" x 3 1/2"

    Value: $500 | Fair Booth: G-10

    330 MICHAEL THIELEG Key Ivy DrumGuatemalan Rosewood and Bolivian Morado5" x 6 1/2" x 16 1/2"

    Value: $550 | Fair Booth: J-10 PHOTO

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    331 BEAU TSAISeahorseGlass17" x 6" x 4 1/2"

    Value: $490 | Fair Booth: I-01

    332 MARYLOU OZBOLT-STORER/FIBREARTSContempo Rain JacketDintex waterproof with wicking fabricGenerous size small

    Value: $450 | Fair Booth: O-14

    333 KAREN KLEE-ATLINTree TechLino-cut on paper35" x 26" x 2", framed

    Value: $450 | Fair Booth: N-12

    334 RANDY SCOTT SMITHYCloud Bowl 3Welded steel with patina8" x 9" x 9"

    Value: $425 | Fair Booth: N-06

    335JITE AGBROThe New American, 2016Multi media25 3/4" x 27 1/2"

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    336 FERRIN CONTEMPORARY AND PROJECT ART BOSTON ART TOUR, LODGING, AND DINNER WITH LESLIE FERRIN AND SELECTED ARTISTS FOR TWOLeslie Ferrin will create a home cooked dinner on the premises of Project Art, with selected artists featuring locally grown produce on locally thrown tableware. Accommodations for two at North Adams-based boutique hotel, the Porches Inn at MASS MoCA will be provided. A curated personal itinerary and arrangements for studio visits will be organized on behalf of the guests.Value: $1,500Donor: Ferrin Contemporary and Project ArtOne double room for two nights at Porches Inn included. Travel and other meals not included. Dates are subject to mutual agreement.

    337NEIMAN MARCUS DINNER FOR SIX AT MARIPOSA AT THE BRAVERNYou and five guests are invited to experience an exclusive dinner in Neiman Marcus premier Mariposa restaurant. Sit back and enjoy a private dinner where our sta will personally cater to your every need. Menu includes a personalized selection by the Chef de Cuisine paired with award-winning wines.Value: $2,000Item valid only at NM Bellevue, 11111 NE 8th Street, Bellevue, WA 98004. Kindly bring certificate with you for redemption of the auction item. Certificate not redeemable for cash. Certificate expires July 1, 2017. Please contact the Public Relations oce to schedule your event at least three weeks in advance, 425.452.3306. Dinner dates subject to availability.

    338GITTE PETERSOasis of LoveOil on canvas 32" x 39 1/2"

    Value: $7,000

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    AUCTION RULES

    Upon entry, each guest will be given a bid number. To bid in the silent auction, write your bid number on the silent auction bid form. Bid cards will be at your table. To bid in the live auction, hold your bid card high with the number toward the auctioneer. Either the auctioneer or bid spotter can accept your bid. By bidding in the live or silent auctions each bidder agrees to the following auction rules:

    A bid acknowledged by the live auctioneer is a legal contract to purchase the item. As well, in the silent auction, designation of the bid you have written by the silent auction ocial as the top bid is a legal contract to purchase that silent auction item.

    Top bidders may pay for their items at the auction cashiering stations in the Hyatt Regency Bellevue lobby, which opens for regular service at the conclusion of the live auction. We encourage you to pay for your purchases only once, at the end of the live auction. Payment in full, however, is mandatory at the auction.

    All auction art and experience purchases are subject to a 10% Buyers Premium. Auction donations for Raise the Paddle and Golden Tickets are not subject to the Buyers Premium. The Buyers Premium supports the Bellevue Arts Museum.

    Auction items will be awarded to one purchaser only. The top bid amount for an auction item will not be split among bidders who may have agreed to pay a portion of the top bid amount unless all of the payments for the auction are presented to the cashier at the time of payment.

    Bidders who elect at registration to be served under the ExpressPay system do not have to stand in line to pay for their purchases. Instead, ExpressPay guests will have paid receipts for their auction purchases delivered to them during the course of the auction, and final receipts mailed after the auction.

    All purchases are final and there will be no exchanges or refunds on items unless otherwise noted.

    The purchaser assumes the responsibility to locate and remove purchases from Hyatt Regency Bellevue premises this evening.

    Tangible items must be removed from the premises this evening. BAM volunteers will wrap your purchases to take home at no charge to you. Unclaimed items will be kept by Bellevue Arts Museum for a maximum of 60 days. Any items not spoken for can be used at the museums discretion.

    The auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bid which is a minimal fractional advance over the prior bid. The auctioneer reserves the right to add or withdraw, without notice, items to or from the auction.

    We will gladly accept your payment by currency, your check, Visa or MasterCard. Please make your check payable to Bellevue Arts Museum. The Internal Revenue Service has granted Bellevue Arts Museum charitable organization status. We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization and your payments are tax deductible as a charitable contribution, to the extent provided by law. Generally you may deduct as a charitable contribution the amount you pay above fair market value of the item. Please see your tax professional for deductibility to you.

    Unless otherwise noted, all goods and services must be claimed and used within one year of the auction date, and reservations for trips and parties must be mutually arranged with the donor.

    Bellevue Arts Museum has attempted to describe all catalogue items correctly, but all items are oered as is, where is. Bellevue Arts Museum neither warrants nor represents, and in no event shall be responsible for the correctness of the descriptions, genuineness, authorship, provenance or condition of the items. No statement made in this catalogue or made orally at the auction or elsewhere shall be deemed as such a warranty for tax purposes or fair market value.

    In your auction catalogue, Value is an estimate of the retail value. We depend on the donor to give us a reasonable estimate of the items retail value. Items have not been appraised unless otherwise noted.

    Each person issued a bid number (bidder) assumes all risks and hazards related to the auction and items obtained at the auction. Each bidder agrees to hold harmless from any liability arising there from Bellevue Arts Museum, its elected and appointed ocials, members and employees, the auctioneer(s), the auction company and its agents and employees, the event organizers, sponsors and/or volunteers connected with the auction.

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    Jite Agbro ..............................................................Super Silent ................59Amos Amit ............................................................Silent ..............................41Andrew Butler Photography ...........................Silent .............................44Emanuela Aureli ...................................................Jewel Box ....................48Laura Baring-Gould ............................................Silent ............................. 37Francisco Bautista ..............................................Silent ..............................41Kate Beck ...............................................................Super Silent ................ 58Chef Wally Bell .....................................................Live ................................. 15Bella Sisters ...........................................................Super Silent ................ 55Bellevue Arts Museum ......................................Live ................................. 31Bellevue Club ........................................................Live ................................ 33Ben Bridge .............................................................Live ................................ 32Sherry and Larry Benaroya .............................Live ................................20Jennifer L. Bennett-Di Luce Design .............Jewel Box ....................50Bottlehouse ..........................................................Live ................................. 13Jana Brevick ..........................................................Live ................................. 14Bullseye Projects .................................................Live ................................ 28Stefano Catalani ..................................................Live ................................. 21CG Sculpture and Jewelry ...............................Jewel Box ....................49Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery .........................Super Silent ................54Chihuly Garden & Glass ....................................Live ................................ 33Chihuly Studio ......................................................Live ................................ 27Rei Chikaoka .........................................................Live ................................. 19Chukar Cherries ...................................................Live ................................ 33Kay Crawford ........................................................Silent ..............................41Diana Cronin..........................................................Silent ............................. 38Deborah Cross ......................................................Silent ............................. 38Richard Curtner ...................................................Super Silent ................ 58Kevin DesPlanques .............................................Super Silent ................54Maria Arango Diener ..........................................Silent .............................40Blair Dillaway ........................................................Super Silent ................ 55Dougs Refried Robots ......................................Super Silent ................ 58Caitlin Dundon .....................................................Super Silent ................ 55Raquel Edwards ...................................................Silent .............................42Kenneth Fenton ...................................................Silent .............................39Ferrin Contemporary and Project Art .........Super Silent ................60Amy Flynn ..............................................................Jewel Box .................... 47Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum ...................Jewel Box ........... 46, 48, 49, 50Friend of Bellevue Arts Museum ...................Silent ......................41, 43, 44, 45Glassybaby ............................................................Live ................................. 13Jeff Gracz ...............................................................Super Silent ................56Vicki Green ............................................................Silent .............................42Debo Groover .......................................................Super Silent ................ 53Iris Guy Sofer ........................................................Jewel Box ..............50, 51Larry Halvorsen ....................................................Super Silent ................56Hans Christensen Designs ...............................Silent .............................43Stephanie Hargrave ............................................Live ................................. 17Chris Heilman ......................................................Super Silent ................56Herban Feast Catering ......................................Live ................................. 31Alan Higinbotham ...............................................Silent ............................. 38Robin Hominiuk ...................................................Super Silent ................ 53Chef John Howie .................................................Live ................................. 17Pyper Hugos .........................................................Jewel Box ....................46Hyatt Regency Bellevue ...................................Live ................................ 27

    Etsuko Ichikawa ...................................................Live ................................ 27Jon Jahraus ...........................................................Silent ............................. 37Steve Jensen .........................................................Live ................................. 18Dehanna Jones ...................................................Super Silent ................ 57Anne and Lee Kilcup ..........................................Live ................................. 14Chee-Yun Kim .......................................................Live ................................ 22Karen Klee-Atlin ...................................................Super Silent ................59Michael A. Knutson .............................................Super Silent ................ 57Richard Langley ...................................................Live ............................... 32Bruce Lanham ......................................................Silent .............................40Vernon Leibrant ...................................................Silent ............................. 37Leica Store Bellevue ..........................................Super Silent ................56David Levy .............................................................Silent ............................. 38Janelle Lile .............................................................Super Silent ................54Margie Livingston ................................................Live ................................30A.E. London ...........................................................Super Silent ................ 57Karen Lorene.........................................................Jewel Box ....................50Gwen Lowery and Eric Hawley ......................Live ................................. 19Kelli MacConnell ..................................................Silent .............................40Jeff Margolin .........................................................Silent .............................40Mark Ryan Winery ...............................................Live ................................. 17Shelli Markee .........................................................Jewel Box ..................... 51Lani McGregor and Daniel Schwoerer ........Live ................................ 28Paddy McNeely ....................................................Silent .............................42Meany Center for the Performing Arts .......Live ................................ 33Denis Minamora ...................................................Super Silent ................ 55Jerry D. Mitchell ...................................................Super Silent ................ 58Colleen E. Monette..............................................Silent .............................44Jos Moscoso .......................................................Silent .............................40Neiman Marcus.....................................................Super Silent ................60Janet Neuburg .....................................................Super Silent ................ 53not2big ....................................................................Silent .............................42Mary Ellen OConnor ..........................................Jewel Box ....................48Marylou Ozbolt-Storer/Fibrearts ..................Super Silent ................59Albert Paley ..........................................................Live ................................. 31Palomino Rustico ................................................Live ................................ 27Richard Parrish .....................................................Live ................................ 23Linda Pawson........................................................Live ............................... 32Ann and Don Perinchief....................................Live ................................. 17Gitte Peters ............................................................Super Silent ................60Erin Pietsch/Pietsch Pottery...........................Silent .............................44Jenny Pohlman and Sabrina Knowles .........Live ................................. 18Ralph Prata ............................................................Silent .............................39Daniel Ramirez .....................................................Super Silent ................ 57Randy Dana Photography ...............................Silent .............................43Dona Reed .............................................................Silent .............................39Jack Richardson .................................................Silent ..............................41Meghan Patrice Riley .........................................Jewel Box ....................48Seth Rolland ..........................................................Live ................................. 13Jared Rue ...............................................................Live ................................ 23Teresa Saia .............................................................Super Silent ................56Barbara Sanderson .............................................Super Silent ................ 55Sara Bella* Upcycled ..........................................Silent ............................. 37Ronna Sarvas Weltman .....................................Jewel Box ....................48Savor Seattle Food Tours .................................Live ................................ 33John P. Scanlan ....................................................Super Silent ................ 57

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    We would like to thank the following Donors for making our auction a success.

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    Ann Scott ...............................................................Jewel Box .................... 47Seattle Aquarium ................................................Live ................................ 33Merlene Seltzer ....................................................Silent ............................. 37Preston Singletary ..............................................Live ................................ 26Anna Skibska ........................................................Jewel Box ....................49

    Live ................................. 15Catherine E. Skinner ...........................................Live .........................28, 29Barbara Lee Smith ..............................................Live ................................. 16Woody and Judy Smith ....................................Silent ............................. 38Randy Scott Smithey .........................................Super Silent ................59Aki Sogabe ............................................................Super Silent ................ 53Space Needle LLC ...............................................Live ................................ 33Julie Speidel ..........................................................Live ................................. 15Stallman Studio Jason Hallman + Stephen Stum ..................Live ................................. 21

    Nicky Statius .........................................................Super Silent ................ 53Stellar Flutes .........................................................Silent .............................45Steve Klein Studio ...............................................Live ................................30Fred Stodder .........................................................Super Silent ................ 58Chelsea Stone .......................................................Jewel Box .................... 47Susie Larsson Design .........................................Jewel Box .................... 47Carl Sutter ..............................................................Live ................................ 29Wendy Sutter ........................................................Live ................................ 22Robert Edson Swain ...........................................Live ................................. 21Scott Swezy ..........................................................Silent ..............................41Ryan Synovec .......................................................Silent .............................39

    Robert Tandecki...................................................Super Silent ................56Fred Tate ................................................................Jewel Box ....................49Teatro Zinzanni ....................................................Live ................................ 33Theo Chocolate ....................................................Live ................................ 33Michael Thiele .......................................................Super Silent ................ 58Timm Chapman One Vision Photography ...............................Silent .............................40

    Treestump Woodcraft, LLC .............................Silent .............................44Beau Tsai ................................................................Super Silent ................59U.N.I. Studio ...........................................................Silent .............................39Unique Botanical Portraits...............................Silent ............................. 37Unzicker Design ...................................................Jewel Box ....................49Virginia Mason Medical Center ......................Live ................................ 33Patti Warashina ....................................................Live ................................20Lee Watrous Family Hats ..............................Silent .............................42The Westin Bellevue...........................................Live ................................ 33Whim Travels ........................................................Live ................................20Whisk .......................................................................Live ................................. 17White Forest Spoons .........................................Silent .............................39Valerie Willson ......................................................Silent .............................42Chef Jason Wilson ..............................................Live ................................. 19R. Michael Wommack ........................................Super Silent ................54Mike Woodward ...................................................Silent .............................43Yoshiko Yamamoto .............................................Silent ............................. 38Erica Zap ................................................................Jewel Box .................... 47

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  • BREN AHEARNSTRATEGIES OF SURVIVAL

    EMANCIPATING THE PASTKARA WALKERS TALES OF SLAVERY AND POWER

    INSPIRING BEAUTY50 YEARS OF EBONY FASHION FAIR

    BALANCE AND TENSIONTHE FURNITURE OF SETH ROLLAND

    THROUGH AUGUST 14

    The first ever exhibition on the Ebony Fashion Fair, Inspiring Beauty explores the 50-year history of the fashion spectacle that redefined concepts of beauty, style, and empowerment for African Americans. The exhibition includes garments, accessories, photographs, video, and ephemera that tell the story of how the Fairs director, Eunice W. Johnson, was able to revolutionize the relationship between African Americans and the fashion establishment.

    Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair was developed by the Chicago History Museum in cooperation with Johnson Publishing Company, LLC, presented by the Costume Council of the

    Chicago History Museum, and toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC. The local

    presentation of this exhibition is curated by Stefano Catalani and made possible by Nordstrom.

    THROUGH AUGUST 14

    Seth Rolland is a craftsman in the purest sensesomeone who thinks and communicates with his hands. A perceptive observer of shape and structure, Rolland finds inspiration for his furniture in the architecture of the natural world: geological formations slowly carved by the flow of water, the numerous and swarming legs on an insect, the growth pattern of tree roots, and the heft of cobbles on the beach, all converging to inform his work.

    Balance and Tension: The Furniture of Seth Rolland is organized by Bellevue Arts Museum and curated by Stefano Catalani.

    THROUGH NOVEMBER 27

    Emancipating the Past showcases the work of one of the most high-profile and controversial artists working in America today, Kara Walker. Walkers powerful, large-scale murals and cut-paper silhouette installations tackle issues of race, slavery, sexuality, identity, and poweroffering dissected representations of racial and gender stereotypes from Americas not-so-distant past.

    Emancipating the Past: Kara Walkers Tales of Slavery and Power, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon and

    curated by Jessi DiTillio. The local presentation of this exhibition is curated by Jennifer-Navva Milliken.

    THROUGH JANUARY 15, 2017 Strategies for Survival presents an emotionally charged selection of samplers by San Francisco-based artist Bren Ahearn. His use of the sampler is wittily subversive. By reclaiming this traditionally feminine craft, Ahearn questions expectations about manhood and its assumed qualities of courage, vigor, and determination. Ahearns work expresses reliance on ones own feelings as a guide to truth, as place to find strength against conforming expectations, and as strategy for survival.

    Bren Ahearn: Strategies for Survival is organized by Bellevue Arts Museum and curated by Stefano Catalani.

    Images (top to bottom, left to right): Emmanuel Ungaro, Bridal gown, haute couture, fall/winter 1996-97. Photo: John Alderson Chicago Historical Society; Seth Rolland, Harvest Hall Tree. Photo: Myron Gauger; Kara Walker, An Unpeopled Land in Uncharted Waters: Savant, edition 19/30. Photo: Courtesy of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation; Bren Ahearn, Sampler 5. Photo: Kiny McCarrick; Lanny Bergner, Primordial Muse, Dark Matter/Grey Matter (detail from installation). Photo: Courtesy of the artist.

  • BREN AHEARNSTRATEGIES OF SURVIVAL

    EMANCIPATING THE PASTKARA WALKERS TALES OF SLAVERY AND POWER

    INSPIRING BEAUTY50 YEARS OF EBONY FASHION FAIR

    BALANCE AND TENSIONTHE FURNITURE OF SETH ROLLAND

    THROUGH AUGUST 14

    The first ever exhibition on the Ebony Fashion Fair, Inspiring Beauty explores the 50-year history of the fashion spectacle that redefined concepts of beauty, style, and empowerment for African Americans. The exhibition includes garments, accessories, photographs, video, and ephemera that tell the story of how the Fairs director, Eunice W. Johnson, was able to revolutionize the relationship between African Americans and the fashion establishment.

    Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair was developed by the Chicago History Museum in cooperation with Johnson Publishing Company, LLC, presented by the Costume Council of the

    Chicago History Museum, and toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC. The local

    presentation of this exhibition is curated by Stefano Catalani and made possible by Nordstrom.

    THROUGH AUGUST 14

    Seth Rolland is a craftsman in the purest sensesomeone who thinks and communicates with his hands. A perceptive observer of shape and structure, Rolland finds inspiration for his furniture in the architecture of the natural world: geological formations slowly carved by the flow of water, the numerous and swarming legs on an insect, the growth pattern of tree roots, and the heft of cobbles on the beach, all converging to inform his work.

    Balance and Tension: The Furniture of Seth Rolland is organized by Bellevue Arts Museum and curated by Stefano Catalani.

    THROUGH NOVEMBER 27

    Emancipating the Past showcases the work of one of the most high-profile and controversial artists working in America today, Kara Walker. Walkers powerful, large-scale murals and cut-paper silhouette installations tackle issues of race, slavery, sexuality, identity, and poweroffering dissected representations of racial and gender stereotypes from Americas not-so-distant past.

    Emancipating the Past: Kara Walkers Tales of Slavery and Power, from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation is organized by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon and

    curated by Jessi DiTillio. The local presentation of this exhibition is curated by Jennifer-Navva Milliken.

    THROUGH JANUARY 15, 2017 Strategies for Survival presents an emotionally charged selection of samplers by San Francisco-based artist Bren Ahearn. His use of the sampler is wittily subversive. By reclaiming this traditionally feminine craft, Ahearn questions expectations about manhood and its assumed qualities of courage, vigor, and determination. Ahearns work expresses reliance on ones own feelings as a guide to truth, as place to find strength against conforming expectations, and as strategy for survival.

    Bren Ahearn: Strategies for Survival is organized by Bellevue Arts Museum and curated by Stefano Catalani.

    Images (top to bottom, left to right): Emmanuel Ungaro, Bridal gown, haute couture, fall/winter 1996-97. Photo: John Alderson Chicago Historical Society; Seth Rolland, Harvest Hall Tree. Photo: Myron Gauger; Kara Walker, An Unpeopled Land in Uncharted Waters: Savant, edition 19/30. Photo: Courtesy of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation; Bren Ahearn, Sampler 5. Photo: Kiny McCarrick; Lanny Bergner, Primordial Muse, Dark Matter/Grey Matter (detail from installation). Photo: Courtesy of the artist.

    BREN AHEARNSTRATEGIES OF SURVIVAL

    EMANCIPATING THE PASTKARA WALKERS TALES OF SLAVERY AND POWER

    INSPIRING BEAUTY50 YEARS OF EBONY FASHION FAIR

    BALANCE AND TENSIONTHE FURNITURE OF SETH ROLLAND

    THROUGH AUGUST 14

    The first ever exhibition on the Ebony Fashion Fair, Inspiring Beauty explores the 50-year history of the fashion spectacle that redefined concepts of beauty, style, and empowerment for African Americans. The exhibition includes garments, accessories, photographs, video, and ephemera that tell the story of how the Fairs director, Eunice W. Johnson, was able to revolutionize the relationship between African Americans and the fashion establishment.

    Inspiring Beauty: 50 Years of Ebony Fashion Fair was developed by the Chicago History Museum in cooperation with Johnson Publishing Company, LLC, presented by the Costume Council of the

    Chicago History Museum, and toured by International Arts & Artists, Washington, DC. The local

    presentation of this exhibition is curated by Stefano Catalani and made possible by Nordstrom.

    THROUGH AUGUST 14

    Seth Rolland is a craftsman in the purest sensesomeone who thinks and communicates with his hands. A perceptive observer of shape and structure, Rolland finds inspiration for his furniture in the architecture of the natural world: geological formations slowly carved by the flow of water, the numerous and swarming legs on an insect, the growth pattern of tree roots, and the heft of cobbles on the beach, all converging to inform his work.

    Balance and Tension: The Furniture of Seth Rolland is organized by Bellevue Arts Museum and curated by Stefano Catalani.

    THROUGH NOVEMBER 27

    Emancipating the Past showcases the work of one of the most high-profile and controversial artists working in America today, Kara Walker. Walkers powerful, large-scale murals and cut-paper silhouette installations tackle issues of race, slavery, sexu