Our second artist of 2019 is Michael Duryea with his series FOUNDATION.


Please join us for an opening reception with Michael on Friday March 12th at Stock & Pantry


5:30pm to 8pm

313 E. Pine Street

Seattle WA 98122



Artist Biography

Originally from Onalaska, WA, Michael Duryea is a mixed media artist based in Seattle, WA. In 2013, Michael completed his BFA from the Academy of Art 

University in San Francisco, CA. Michael started his career in photography, but once he encountered mixed media painting — there was no looking back.




I believe the process of creating art can heal, inspire, and bring meaning to practitioners. For me, creating art helps bridge narratives; these narratives aid in reframing personal struggles as stories which allow me to reflect and create manageable outcomes with meaning.


Throughout our lives, our foundations will be challenged, by the world, ourselves, and surrounding people. With each challenge, we begin to feel as though we are falling apart, however, with faith, patience, and perseverance, we find a way to hold ourselves together, ultimately, we begin to believe in ourselves.


My work is a visual representation of the human condition and the various defenses we create to liberate ourselves, gain control, and build meaning. To create my artwork, I use a mixture of sand, different rocks and minerals, and acrylic paint. These elements represent the attitudes, fears, and unwritten rules which have formed our view of the world and our behavior within it. The creation of the foundation series has taught me to embrace pain, accept change, practice self-love and acceptance, trust in my foundation, reframe old scripts, and to welcome all of the beauty that this life has to offer.


- Michael R. Duryea









We are thrilled to announce our second show with Seattle artist Jennifer Ament, this time featuring her new series of encaustic Flow paintings. 

Join us for an opening reception on January 24th, 5-8pm at Stock & Pantry. 

Meet the artist, enjoy a glass of bubbles and find an exceptional piece of art for your collection.

313 E. Pine Street (between Melrose and Bellevue) Seattle, WA 98122

Artist Biography:

Jennifer Ament

Jennifer Ament’s linocut prints and encaustic paintings have been featured in solo and group show exhibitions throughout the U.S.: including; The Seattle Art Fair, Pulse Miami, Out of Sight and The Vera Project.
Commercial work includes; Starbucks Stores throughout the world, Frankie and Jo’s, The Derschang Group, and a Wine label for Grand Coeur Wines.
Ament also has permanent collections at several luxury high rise condominiums, notable restaurants, and Seattle’s Seatac Airport.
Her work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Seattle Magazine,City Arts, Gray Magazine, Luxe Magazine, and many online publications.
She is also the founder of Artist for Progress; a non-profit that has raised over $75,000 for the ACLU and The Northwest Immigrant Rights Society. 
Jennifer lives with her family in Seattle.


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