MEMBERS Upcoming Shows

February 29th,

WASHINGTON STATE FLOOR COVERING SHOW

LYNNWOOD CONVENTION CENTER

See examples of our Members work at our Booth.

www.wsfca.org for details.

  

 

 

 

San Francisco Flower & Garden  Show

 

Bob and Iris Jewett

at

Mar 21 – 25 San Francisco Garden Show
San Mateo convention center
Booth 557
www.sfgardenshow.com

 

MARIA ROOT

A Day of Clayat the Schack Art Center. Clay Totems: Concept, Composition, and Construction   1-3:45.

Free registration: (425) 259-5050                                           

March 1: Artisan Tile NW presents

Edge to Edge

312 S. Washington Street, Seattle, WA 98104

March 8: Cascade Clay Artists presentsEmbracing the Edge

Schack Art Center at 2921 Hoyt Ave, Everett, WA

 March  26: Volunteer Park Conservatory: ArtScapes—Exploring the Edge between Art and Nature

Seattle, WA

 March 1: The ArtStop Gallery

High Tea Totem and All a Twitter Totem 940 Broadway, Tacoma, WA

New Location for our Fall Tile Festival

UW Botanic Gardens (logo)

We have a new venue:

The Center for Urban  Horticulture: http://depts.washington.edu/uwbg/visit/cuh.php

ATNW FALL TILE FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD

NOVEMBER 2ND AND 3RD, 2012.

Beautiful location, great  staff, plenty of free parking  and lots of amenities. We will have room for plenty vendors, workshops, multimedia displays and outdoor settings for garden art.    Mark Your Calendars – dont miss out!

 

 

~Happy New Year~

Next ATNW Meeting:

January 26th, 2012, 6,30 pm

We hope you all can make it

at Maria Root’s home

Board meeting 5.15 at Montlake Ale House

Agenda items to Claudia ixia@harbornet.com

Jaki Reed will give information on inventory tracking.

Please bring your check book, memberships 2012 are due.

ATNW membership is $ 25 / year

Make check payable to ATNW and mail to:

Artisan Tile Northwest,
PO BOX 84872, Seattle, WA 98124

 

 

 

2011 Tile Festival

 

 

 

Tile Restoration

Juried Show:

THIS YEARS THEME IS : SIGNAGE

This year’s theme for the juried show, “Signage”, references the millennial old tradition of marking shops, professional offices and residences with tile signs.  Before literacy became wide spread, the signs used images and symbols rather than words.  Come see how contemporary tile work reflect, alter and adapt this long tradition.

 

2011 ATNW Juried Winner – Claire Dohna 

 

2011 Tile Heritage Winner – Mary Lynn Buss

Our Juror:

SANDY HAIGHT,

JUROR FOR ”SIGNAGE”,

the 6th Annual Artisan Tile NW juried show, September 30, 2011

Sandy Haight, local creator of Madison Valley’s current colorful street banners, has built a successful illustration career working with designers and agencies throughout the US and Canada. She currently teaches Watercolor for Illustration at Bellevue Community College and regularly shows her watercolor and sumi brush art in juried shows throughout the PacificNW. Websites: www.SandyHaight.com and www.sandyhaightfineart.com

 

Madison Park Blogger re Tile Festival

Tile artists return to the Park on Saturday

http://madisonparkblogger.blogspot.com/2011/09/tile-artists-return-to-park-on-saturday.html.

Madison Park’s Pioneer Hall is the venue again this year for the Handmade Tile Festival, presented by Artisan Tile NW.  Over twenty tile artists will be participating in this, the 6th Annual Festival.  Many of these artists will also be submitting their works for a juried show at the conclusion of the Festival.

The theme for the show this year is “Signage.” This is a reference to the old tradition of fronting shops, professional offices and residences with tile signs. In the period before widespread literacy, such signs often used images and symbols rather than words.  Many of the Northwest tile artists in this show will be doing a contemporary take on this old tile-signage art form.

This is the fourth year in a row that the Festival has chosen Madison Park for the event.  There will be a public-invited reception and preview of the exhibition on Friday evening (5-8 PM) at Pioneer Hall, with the show itself taking place on Saturday, October 1, from 10 AM until 5 PM.  Pioneer Hall is located at 1642 43rd Avenue E.

The artists will be on hand at the Friday reception and throughout the day on Saturday. Most of the tiles on display during the show will be available for sale.

Artisan Tile NW is a non-profit handmade tile-makers group dedicated to the creation, promotion and preservation of the art and craft of handmade tile.  You can see more examples of tile art at the group’sFlickr photostream.