events & lectures


PULP: New work by Robert Hardgrave

April 29th – June 3rd, 2017

Opening Reception May 13th 6-9pm 

studio e gallery | 609 S Brandon st, Seattle, WA 98108



The Wife: Michael Doyle

One night only – Thursday, June 8th, 2017 | 5-8 pm | during Capitol Hill Art Walk

at Amandine Bakeshop | 1424 11th Ave, Seattle 98104 | 2nd floor


Treasure Island, Winds of Destiny: New work by three old friends

Alfred Harris | Ken Kelly | Jeffry Mitchell

June 10th – July 15th, 2017

Opening Reception June 24th 6-9pm 

at studio e gallery | 609 S Brandon st, Seattle, WA 98108




Urban/Suburban Memories

March 10th – April 15th

Artists: Stephanie Buer, Jon B. Dove, Ann Duffy, Molly Magai, Karen Woods

Artists in this group show depict scenes from our daily lives in and around cities. These isolated scenes are connected to feeling of alienation and memories whether a fleeting moment from yesterday’s commute, or a faint and distant image, or a space full of forgotten experiences. These memories relate to the uncanny feeling of being familiar, yet different at the same time.


One night only Pop Up with Eve Cohen: Confessions of a Buttonhole at Amandine Bakeshop



MIXT no. 3 – curated by Netra Nei

2.3.17- 3.4.17

Chronotope—A Black and White Photography Show.
A visual interpretation of Chronotope — an experience where time becomes artistically visible and space becomes responsive to the movements of time, plot and history.


JINKU NISIMURA / Yamaguchi, Japan





YULIA KAZBAN / Moscow, Russia

ZEB ANDREWS / Portland, Oregon


Kitsch: a group show, co-curated by Maake Magazine & Kelsey Siegert  &

new work by Emily Burns featured in the vatican

December 10th- January 21st


Are you being served: Tim Marsden one night only Pop-Up

Thursday, January 12th, 2016 | 5-8 pm | during Capitol Hill Art Walk


Warren Dykeman, Would I go home again? 

Opening reception Saturday, November 12th, 2016 | 6-9pm

Warren Dykeman’s new body of work for his studio-e show carries forward a language the artist continues to expand finding new ways to involve familiar elements.

Multiple means of communication dominate his image making. He is attracted to the power of letter forms and the related use of the stylized human figure applied to universal directions and signage. Whether used as a forest cluster, a grid, or paced for maximum impact against a neutral background; the images are demanding of the view’s attention. This bold image making is further supported by his use of color, which is seldom nuanced but rather bright for vivid punctuation.

The disgorged jumble of letters and forms make a direct reference to communication. Adding to this his figures, robotic and silhouette renderings, imply a directive. Whatever the combination of elements, they contribute to the artist’s special language and a hope that the viewer will find a connection to the decree or message they represent.

Sam Davidson & Miranda K. Metcalf


Sidework: Robert Hardgrave one night only Pop-Up

Sidework is a by-product of Hardgrave’s current image transfer process. As part of the evening festivities dj One Bean will be spinning records.

“This work is made with the pulp I glean after removing the bond paper from the final images. I save it and make paper, objects and small molds, then paint them with a healthy amount of gouache in bright colors. This work is personal and the only work I make solely for myself, hence none of it is for sale.” -Robert Hardgrave

Thursday, November 10th, 2016 | 5-8 pm | during Capitol Hill Art Walk


Beyond This Point with Danielle Krysa and Gabriel Stromberg

Join author, designer and curator, Danielle Krysa, for a dialogue on the creative process and defeating self-doubt with Gabriel Stromberg, Creative Director of Civilization. The event will be audio-recorded for the Beyond This Point podcast and take place at studio e. Danielle’s newest release, Your Inner Critic is a Big Jerk, will be on sale following the discussion.

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016 | 6:30-9 pm


Telling – Maxine Lennon

October 30th 2015, 8-9 pm

Originally from Ireland, Maxine Lennon tells tales from ancient pre-Celtic myths to her own contemporary imaginative stories. She’s told in back yards, tea rooms, public bars, spiritual spaces, homes, forests and corporate offices.

Samhain is the Celtic New Year. The time when the veil between this world and the world of the Others is at its thinnest. Step across this threshold in the company of Irish Storyteller Maxine Lennon. Maxine will weave ancient Celtic tales at studio e on Friday 30th October 8pm – 9pm. Samhain celebrates the darkness. In the winter months when the food has been harvested, when traveling is treacherous, when the dark creatures are on the prowl, it is best to stay close to home fires. In the darkness we create art, produce crafts, replenish weapons and celebrate with festivals in preparation for Spring. In the darkness the Bard’s voice weaves the stories, the listener’s imagination creates the images and travels with the teller. Both the clan and the Others share the firelight and settle to listen…
PLEASE NOTE: This event is for Adults Only and not suitable for children

Contact details Maxine Lennon –

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Art History Lecture Series with Elena Deem

September 27th 2015 5:30 pm – Women of the Avant-Garde

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Historical Avant-Garde:

Boundaries and Spaces

Revolutionary avant-garde movements swept through Europe in the first three decades of the twentieth century. Their unprecedented experimentation with art, literature and new media, and their programs that welded novel aesthetics with social progress breached the traditional boundaries between word and image, popular and “high” culture, and art and politics. We will examine the innovative practices that underpin avant-garde art, collages, artist books, and poem-pictures as produced by several movements: Italian, Russian, British, Spanish, and Czech. Our more general focus will be on the beginnings of multimedia and abstraction in art, and on the connections that the avant-garde typically made between art, the public, and social engagement.

IMG_1610Elena Deem received her PhD in Comparative Literature and Art History from the University of Washington. She is a freelance curator, art historian, lecturer and teacher. In her work, she focuses on contemporary art, and the art and poetry of historical European avant-garde. Dr. Deem has taught literature, art, and English at several Seattle universities. In addition, she is Director of Education of the NGO, Amazon Promise, supervising HIV-prevention and women’s rights programs in the Peruvian Amazon.

past lectures:




2013-2014 series






August 29th, 2015
Drawn to Scale – panel discussion 6 pm
Dinner & dessert 7-9 pm

studio e is offering a special evening with the remarkable artists of our current Drawn to Scale show. Listen as these engaging individuals, who are deeply committed to their art, discuss a wide range of topics in a panel discussion moderated by Jack Mackey, of The Pacific Northwest Museum of Motorcycling and formerly with the Seattle Art Museum.  Additional artwork by each artist not included in the show will be on special display. Get to know the artists personally when they sit down with you for a lovely five-course Italian dinner prepared by Joyce Monaco of Crisp; dessert prepared by pastry chef, Stephanie Hardgrave. Seating for this event is limited to assure a more intimate experience.WHEN: Saturday, August 29 at 6:00 pm in the gallery.
WHERE: studio e gallery, 609 S. Brandon, Seattle.  The price of $75 covers the cost of the meal.Drawn to Scale
Eve Cohen
Brian Cypher
Sue Danielson
Warren Dykeman
Emily Gherard
Robert Hardgrave