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NOVEMBER 5 – 28TH

Kiki’s Vehicles are made from driftwood paint and cardboard–drop by SOIL to test drive a drift car or hybrid!

SHOWS & EVENTS

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Establishing your Studio Practice

All Sessions 6:30-9:30PM Jan 10, 17, 24, 31 Feb 7, 21, 28 March 6, 20 April 3, 17, 24  (2016)...
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Matisse-the Cut-Outs

March 26/27 2016 Matisse considered his late work cutting shapes from painted paper the ultimate synthesis of combined drawing and painting. In...
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Ink and Color-Drawing with Matisse

March 12/13 2016 Matisse used pattern as a compositional tool in both his ink drawings as well as his paintings. Students will look...
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Ink Drawing with Matisse

Feb. 13/14 2016 Students will develop a personal vocabulary of marks and shapes using brush, reed pens and ink in this 2...
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ABOUT KIKI

1997 Capitol Hill studio_2

1997 Capitol Hill studio_2

At age two Kiki moved from the east coast to Taiwan with her family. She lived there until 15 when she moved back to the states. On her next journey she was off to Japan where she studied at Sophia University in Tokyo and apprenticed to Nakazato Taroemon, master potter in Karatsu, Japan. Kiki has a BFA in Art History from Beloit College, WI and a MFA from Painting Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA. In 2004 she began studying Chinese calligraphy.

Living in Seattle, now, Kiki is a member of the SOIL Artist Run Gallery and Teaches classes at Pratt Fine Arts Center. In addition to  her active artist life Kiki starting beekeeping in 2010 joining the Puget Sound Beekeepers Association and raising her own hives on Vashon Island.

Currently Kiki lives in Seattle splitting her time between her and husband Tony’s Vashon Island home and their Sunny Arms loft in Georgetown.