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"Link 7" by Hardie Cobbs, hand formed, raw clay links approx. 16" across

"Link 7" by Hardie Cobbs, hand formed, raw clay links approx. 16" across

Shortly after The Fold launched in July, friend and owner Seattle's Ghost Gallery, Laurie Kearney, reached out to ask if I would be interested in co-curating an exhibit at her space highlighting art and artists from the site. I immediately said "yes," as sharing the talents of anyone who makes The Fold possible is one of my greatest pleasures. 

Last week The Fold Exhibit opened to the public. If located in or visiting Seattle, you can view the works of Hardie Cobbs, Rachel Demy, Rosie Bowker and Teresa Grasseschi at the Ghost Gallery through November 11. 

All pieces may also be purchased directly from the gallery via their website, so whether you've been eyeing the whimsical watercolors in our monthly astrology column or admiring a particular one of the vibrant collages that accompanies our Music or Motherhood posts, you can now bring these special pieces into your home. Below are just a few of our favorites...

Flora 9 by Hardie Cobbs, digital print, 6" x 8" (matted, to 8" x 10" unframed), $50

Flora 9 by Hardie Cobbs, digital print, 6" x 8" (matted, to 8" x 10" unframed), $50

Flora 3 by Hardie Cobbs, digital print, 6" x 8" (matted, to 8" x 10" unframed), $50

Flora 3 by Hardie Cobbs, digital print, 6" x 8" (matted, to 8" x 10" unframed), $50

Firmament IV by Rachel Demy, 28" x 20" framed giclee print, $450

Firmament IV by Rachel Demy, 28" x 20" framed giclee print, $450

Firmament III by Rachel Demy, 28" x 20" framed giclee print, $450

Firmament III by Rachel Demy, 28" x 20" framed giclee print, $450

Motherhood by Rosie Bowker, original collage, 20" x 16", framed, $650

Motherhood by Rosie Bowker, original collage, 20" x 16", framed, $650

Relationships by Rosie Bowker, original collage, 20" x 16", framed, $800

Relationships by Rosie Bowker, original collage, 20" x 16", framed, $800

Astrological Signs by Teresa Grasseschi, original illustration, 18" x 24", framed, $500

Astrological Signs by Teresa Grasseschi, original illustration, 18" x 24", framed, $500

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