Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Howdy Pardners!
If you are feeling the need for a mad sugar rush AND want to come see some new robot drawings by moi, come on down to Trophy Cupcake In Wallingford on June 3rd! The opening reception is during Wallingford’s art walk from 6-8pm. Fancy punch and some tasty cakes will be there- AND if you are someone that likes to kill two birds with one stone, you can just order one of Trophy’s trĂ©s delicious cupcakes COMPLETE WITH ONE OF MY DRAWINGS ON TOP!

Come pig out with your wig out! Or do a cool robot dance!
The work will be up all month as will my “signature” cupcakes!
Wednesday June 3rd form 6-8pm at
Trophy Cupcake in Wallingford
1815 N. 45th (located in the Wallingford Center)

Sunday, April 26, 2009

Vermillion Gallery

Hey campers!
Just a heads up that the remaining available work from my "Grew" series is currently being show at Vermillion Gallery in Capitol Hill. Check it out if you haven't seen the work in real life yet! Vermillion Gallery is located at:

1508 11th Ave,

Seattle, WA. 98122


Open Every Day @ 4:00 PM until Late.
(Closed Monday)

For more info go to the Vermillion Gallery site:

Show runs through...5/10/09!

I hope you can get out to see it.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Completely Rattlesnake

Yo Yo Yo!

What are you doing on this gray Thursday? I know, you are going to go out and see new art by Seattle artist (and my husband) Aaron Bagley! Bagley is showing his latest work from his cutout series at Faire Gallery and Cafe (1351 East Olive Way in Seattle). The show is a bizarre romp through Bagley's exploration in nature, shapes, and familiar textures in an unfamiliar form.

The opening is from 7-11pm, cookies will be provided.

Come if you dare or just come altogether!
You can see more of Aaron Balgey's art at

Friday, March 27, 2009


Hey dude and dudettes!

Here is your chance to be cool! My friend Matt Cory will be playing with his band Half Acre Day at Chop Suey on April 30th. It's only 7 bones and the doors are at 8:00. They really put on a great show! Think New Pornographers, but less sunbeams and more space ships.

Matt ended up using an image of mine for their poster for the show.The actual drawing is like 3 1/2 feet by 4 1/2 feet. The poster is poster sized. The music is bigger than it all!

Here is a link to their website!

Come out for a good show and maybe some fake and/or real mustaches.


Friday, March 6, 2009

Gibson won and Gibson too

Hey campers!

So my friend Gibson is a crazy performance artist dude who is always doing really cool, totally non-sequitter type of "examinations of life" I guess is what you would call them.

For instance, once he wore a pair of red pants for 30 days and wouldn't tell people why or what he was doing. All the while he was documenting the process of wearing red pants for 30 days and then recorded it into a book and had a website made for it.

Then he walked from his home in Greenwood Seattle to his place of work that was 20 or so miles away, just to see what it would be like- all the while documenting in photographs his trek up north.

One of his more recent art attacks involved him and a good friend Matt Cory. The two invited all of their friends to an art show called "Do Narwhals have Blowholes?" at the Hiawatha Lofts in Seattle. We all showed and admired framed and mounted art that Matt had illustrated that accompanied the story (words by Gibson.) At a certain time everyone present was asked to be seated where they proceeded to show a slide show of the story as Gibson read it. Then he announced to the room that it was actually a book and they published it, and it was for sale! (And totally awesome I must add! And you can buy it at

Those are just a few of the cool projects he has done. And he is now launching another project: Gibson vs. Gibson which will be a series of "events" I guess involving him and his Australian counterpart (also Gibson) in feats that are meant to temp fate, gravity and the space time continuum.

The first flirtation with destiny will commence Sunday March 8th at 0030 GMT, where each on their own continent, will simultaneously jump off of a swing.

To follow the madness, check out the blog:

Kick ass.

Saturday, February 21, 2009


So I ride the bus all the time now and I see the craziest stuff. I see disgusting stuff, scary stuff, stinky stuff, etc. But one morning a few weeks ago I bumped into something so strange I had to record it. I got onto the bus carrying a box, so my view was a lit obstructed and the bus was really crowded so I was mostly concerned with just finding a seat- not who was on the bus. So I managed to nab a seat right up in the front and as I sat down I bumped into the guy next to me, as I turned to say I'm sorry, I looked at what was in his hands and it was a sculpture of this.

It was about a foot long and it was of a male doll reaching towards it's other arm attached to a some sort of cube. The doll looked like a black G.I. Joe that was taken apart.

He later got off at the stop for the Art Institute of Seattle.