We will be having a Jaw Surgery BBQ - Fundraiser - Potluck, Sunday the 18th starting about 1pm until late. There will be a raffle for some goodies including art, gift certificates for purchase and a silent auction for some crazy stuff!!! This will give you the chance to see all my Art, my Studios and Me in person before I get wired shut for a month! We will have Frisbee, Croquet, Lounging, Drinks, Possibly an Eating contest and many more fun things to do!! Since it's a Potluck bring food and or drink,yourself,kids,friends,cash/check/credit! Please RSVP so we have plenty of goods! Tell all your other friends and whoever else you want to know or bring! See you soon! Thank you for all you support!
Your invited! We will be having the Fundraiser- Potluck- BBQ (Before the Jaw Surgery) at my studio/house on a Sunday the 18th starting about 1pm (ending whenever) for directions send me a msg! Since it's a Potluck bring yourself,kids,friends,cash/check/credit,food and drink! There will be a raffle for some goodies including art! I will have my Art, Graffiti Jewelry and even Clothing for purchase! Play Croquet, lawn darts and more fun activities... Let me know if you can make it so we have plenty of food to go around! (click HERE to read more)
My "206 Seattle" paintings will be available at Bumbershoot: Seattle's Music & Arts Festival this weekend! Get one while you can because they sell FAST!
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My booth is #18 (under the covered walkway at the Seattle City Center)
Contemporary artist Kim McCarthy aka Urban Soule has been featured in many Design/Home Decor Magazines, Books and Television for her paintings. Her work can be found in residential, private and corporate collections throughout the United States and Abroad. Her work as a visual artist has taken her art on a number of extraordinary adventures around the world, from Art Basel to the BAM, the United Kingdom to Hollywood and back to Seattle where she currently resides with her family, a Bunny, two Dogs and two Peacocks. She is a member of numerous art and environmental groups that are dedicated to the preservation of Wildlife Conservation and Natural Habitats. Using mainly spray paint, stencils, ink and collage as mediums she creates images on almost any printable surface, preferably canvas or wood panels .She incorporates the old traditions of paper cutting with a newer urban approach to painting. She uses her own photography and turns the photos into multi layered paper stencils, over the years Flora and Fauna have became a personal favorite. She's constantly trying new techniques and mediums to fine tune her work.