Jul 30
View New Art on Display at Aljoya Thornton Place Online!

Video: View New Art on Display at Aljoya Thornton Place!

Aljoya Thornton Place has two new art exhibits on display at our community. We’re so grateful to the local artists who are using their talents to help brighten our residents’ day in these uncertain times. We are looking forward to the day when we can invite our neighbors and friends into our community to view our beautiful art. Until then, please enjoy this video we put together showing some of the artwork from the exhibit, Estuarine Currents and Food Glorious Food.

Aljoya Thornton Place Art Exhibition 2020 from Era Living on Vimeo.

About the Exhibits

Estuarine Currents

In this art exhibit, Northwest artist Amanda C. Sweet draws inspiration from the estuarine currents and wrack zones of Puget Sound. She uses acrylic spray paint and a collection of homemade stencils to explore transformative, mindful processes that embody the essence of the sea.

Exhibiting artists: Amanda C. Sweet

Curated by: Anna Macrae

Food Glorious Food

Food is essential for life and nourishing the body. It also is a central feature in many cultural traditions and social gatherings. To help honor the glory of food, this delicious exhibition celebrates all the ways it helps bring people together.

Exhibiting artists: Katja Bakker, Kelly Lyles, Colleen Maloney, Arvia E. Morris,
N.naoj, Karen Richter, Kathy Roseth, Wen-Hsi Tsen

Curated by: Anna Macrae


Photo Credit (pictured above): Amanda C. Sweet, Berm No. 1, acrylic on canvas, 20×30 inches, 2020