Infusion” at Roq La Rue.

Opening Thursday, March 6th at Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle, Washington is the group show “Infusion” which features artists such as Andrea Wicklund, Alessandra Maria, Joanne Nam, Jeremy Mann and Laurie Lee Brom (All Above).  The show is celebration of new artists being shown at the gallery, several who made their own gallery debuts at Spoke Art with the Supersonic Invitationals.  


I’m so excited about this great upcoming exhibition!

“Infusion”, group show invitational, from March 6th till March 29th 2014. Roq La Rue Gallery, Seattle.

Roq La Rue is thrilled to present a group show invitational featuring a huge array of artists from around the globe who are new to the gallery. Please join us for a festive opening night on March 6th 6-9pm. artists: Jeremy Mann, Alessandra Maria, Lucy Hardie, Jeff Jacobson, R Freymuth-Fraizer, Dylan Neuwirth, Nicomi Nix Turner, Alessia Iannetti, Zachari Logan, Redd Walitzki, Andrea Wicklund, Laurie Lee Brom, Joanne Nam, and recent works by Femke Hiemstra and John Brophy.We will also be debuting the start of our mural series- with a large scale fantastic piece we commissioned local artist Robert Hardgrave to do!

Alessia Iannetti
“Azure Crowned”, graphite, watercolor and ink on wood, 30x30 cm, 2013.

Detail of “Azure Crowned”, graphite, watercolor, in on wood.

Detail of “Just one Kiss”, graphite, watercolor, in on wood.


Preview: “Roadside Attractions” Group Show at Copro Gallery

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on October 13, 2014 As Halloween approaches, Copro Gallery is gearing up for their “Roadside Attractions” group show, a dark art extravaganza guest curated by film and video game composer Cris Velasco. Subtitled “A collection of oddities,” the exhibition features works in a variety of media. Some pieces revel gleefully in the idea of evil, like Clifton Harvey and Matt Dangler’s paintings, while others present insidious-looking, haunting specters (as in the case of Laurie Lee Brom and Chris Mars). The exhibition opens on October 18 alongside Chet Zar’s solo show, “All Hallow’s Eve.” Following the opening, viewers will have the chance to fully immerse themselves in the shows’ macabre themes at the gallery’s Halloween costume party. Take a look at our preview of “Roadside Attractions” 1.Chris Mars  2.Laurie Lee Brom  3.Allen Williams  4.Clifton Harvey 5.Matt Levin and Christopher Ulrich  6.Matt Buck  7.Brian Smith 8.Matt Dangler Hi-Fructose