Opening reception – January 11th 6-9 pm during Art Walk, in the Palace Gallery of the Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center.
On display for the first time in public will be the eclectic art collection of artist and professional artists’ muse, Angielena Vitale Chamberlain. Miss Chamberlain worked with a diverse and eclectic group of local and international artists for the last twenty years. As a Seattle art model and muse, she has amassed a fun and varied collection of art.
Each piece was collected while working with artists as a visual reminder of the special relationship with the person. This collection serves as her diary of quite a few local and international artists.
You will find in this collection: diverse paintings, sculpture, photography and assemblage, along with some surprises. Artists in this collection are Thomas Loepp (painting), Lyle Silver (painting), Chris Crites (bag painter), Zoey Gillespie (photography), Yvette Endrijautzki (assemblage/sculpture), Jethaniel Peterka (painting / assemblage), Jeff Mihalyo (painting), Arun Sharma (sculpture), Richard James (sculpture) amongst a few more.
Some pieces will be available for purchase, but will not be announced publicly before the opening. Twenty percent of proceeds will go to give.water.org to aid in providing clean water to a community of ten women and children in Africa.