Arts Good Morning Slide Show
The Seattle Art Museum has announced its finalists for the 28th annual Betty Bowen Award, and here they are (congrats!):
Emily Gherard (this was the only image I could find, but it doesn’t do her justice)
The winner, who usually gets $11,000 (it can vary), will be announced Sept. 26, followed by a ceremony and reception at the Seattle Asian Art Museum on Oct. 26 from 6-8 pm (admission free). Last year’s winner was the Portland artist Marie Watt.
In other news, Scott Lawrimore has picked up two more artists that we know of for Lawrimore Project. One is Susan Robb, 2003 Stranger Genius winner.