'Metatopology' with Sung I Chun | April 4-27, 2024
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1M ago
Come join me at Shift Gallery in the month of April to see 'Metatopology.' This show is a collaboration with fellow Shift member Sung I Chun exploring the interplay between self and society. There are several interactive works and we had a lot of fun putting it together. Events: Opening/First Thursday Art Walk – April 4, 5-8pm Closing/Meet the Artists – April 27, 2-4pm Read more about the show here. Here are a few views of the show: Installation view of 'Eye to I' (my work), 'Shoot' by Sung I Chun, 'I to Eye' (my work) and 'Magic Green Pill' buy Sung I Chun. Photo by James Arzente.   ..read more
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'Time Capsule' at The Vestibule | February 24 - March 9, 2024
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1M ago
I'll be participating in a group show called 'Time Capsule' at The Vestibule in Seattle on view February 24 - March 9, 2024. Artists in the show were challenged to create a snapshot of their practice in a small enough form to be stored in a time capsule. The organizers plan to re-exhibit the works in 5, 10, and 25 years. What a cool idea!  More info here: https://thevestibule.org/time-capsule My contribution is this piece, "What Comes Around Goes Around," which is designed to change shape while it's displayed, and will be rolled into a smaller form for storage. Photography cred ..read more
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'Feedback Loop' | April 6-29, 2023
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1y ago
Come see my latest installation at Shift Gallery in April! The source material for this semi-sculptural construction is roughly 1700 digital art compositions printed on paper and representing nearly five years of work from my Daily Art Habit series. A physical embodiment of a process of sorting and decision-making and influenced by context, it celebrates the ordered chaos of life, growth and change. Opening/First Thursday Art Walk: April 6, 5-8pm Demonstrations: April 8, April 15, April 21, 2-4pm Artist Talk with Flora Ramirez-Bustamante: April 22, 2pm Sh ..read more
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Shift / Seattle / PDX | February 2-26, 2023
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1y ago
Come see my art at Waterstone Gallery in Portland Oregon in February 2023 as part of the group show Shift / Seattle / PDX. I will be there for an artist talk on Sunday, February 19 starting at 11am. The final piece in my Solstice / Equinox series, Equinox (fall), is making its debut at Waterstone. It has a prominent place in the front window, which is great — and a photographic challenge with all the reflections, as you can see in the image above. Waterstone Gallery is located at 124 NW 9th in Portland, OR. Hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 11:00 to 5:30 ..read more
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'Thousands of Small Steps' | January - April 2023
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1y ago
I'm thrilled to announce that my installation 'Thousands of Small Steps' was selected for the City of Auburn's Art on Main public art program. It is on view January 14 - April 2, 2023 in a display window along East Main Street between N. Division St. and Auburn Avenue (right next to Gosanko's Chocolate, a delicious stop!). See map. I am planning a workshop and artist talk in Auburn on March 9, 2023 starting at 5:30pm. More details will be released soon. Here are a few more views of the installation ..read more
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Seattle Art Fair | July 21-24,2022
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1y ago
I'm honored to be exhibiting at the Seattle Art Fair with Shift Gallery this year. The fair runs July 21-24, 2022 and we'll be in booth A08. I came to the fair in 2018 as an aspiring artist, so this is very exciting for me. More info about the Shift booth.  Here is partial view of the booth with my pieces Solstice (winter) and Solstice (summer) under the Shift sign shown with works by Anna Macrae, Sue Springer and Sung I Chun ..read more
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'Shifting Gears' | July 2022
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1y ago
I'm pleased to be part of a group exhibition at Shift Gallery this month! Shifting Gears highlights the diverse talents of Shift member artists and runs July 7-30, 2022. My piece Forty Weeks is on view. Opening reception: Thursday, July 7, 5-8pm Read more about the exhibit ..read more
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'Day by Day by Day' | June - October 2022
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1y ago
I just finished a new installation called Day by Day by Day for the Shunpike Storefronts program in South Lake Union (Seattle). It was a fun challenge to arrange and pin all this work in a 19-inch-wide space. I accidentally knocked things off the wall more than once! This window is located on the southwest corner of Boren and Harrison streets. Join me for an art walk on July 20, 2022 6-9pm - We'll tour eight window installations in South Lake Union and hear a bit from each artist. See more info about the installation here ..read more
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'Forty Nine' | March 2022
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1y ago
I'll be at Shift Gallery in Seattle in March 2022 with a solo show titled Forty Nine. This show uses the Daily Art Habit series as source material for explorations of human-scale time and the thresholds, both natural and imposed, we use to mark its passage. It features paper sculpture, a hanging installation, and a series of twelve small giclée prints. The show runs March 3 - April 2, 2022. Come join me for opening night, Thursday, March 3, from 5-8 pm, or any Friday or Saturday this month between 11 and 4. The gallery is located at 312 S. Washington Street. Partial i ..read more
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Solstice and Fabulous | December 2021
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by Stephanie Krimmel
1y ago
I have two installations showing in Seattle this month: Solstice is currently in the Window Gallery at Shift and a portion of Three Years Plus is part of the group show Fabulous at Shift Gallery. Opening Reception: First Thursday, December 2, 5-8pm Gallery Hours: Fridays and Saturdays 11am-4pm through December 18. Window display is on view 24/7 through January 1.  Shift Gallery and the Window are located at 312 S. Washington Street, Seattle. Solstice is a new paper sculpture exploring our perceptions of dark and light and the spaces in between. It is constructed from 162 ..read more
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