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Sheila Siden

Thhe garden is an ever-changing palette of color, shape, texture and line. My garden is inspiring me these days . itself a creation . and I seek in painting from it to identify with its chaos. I am interested in distilling its elements. Maybe this quote inspired me: "Everything bizarre to man, and that which he has in him of the vagabond and the lost soul, could without doubt be contained in these two syllables: garden." "Tout le bizarre de l'homme, et ce qu'il y a en lui de vagabond et d'gar, sans doute pourrait-il tenir dans ces deux syllabes: jardin."
Louis Aragon Le Paysan de Paris (1926). These recent works are interpretations of the chaos of the garden and dreamscapes and people.

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Andrew supports the arts!

Over the past few years he has donated hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars to help promote talented artists. As a graduate from Cornish College of the Arts in Music, Andrew understands the challenges an artist faces to become successful in today's environment. That's why he is proud to assist. For more information regarding any of the artists please contact Andrew at (206) 930-8238 or

Saturday October 11th, 2008 from 6 to 9 PM

Located at: 1718 NW 56th Street, Seattle, WA 98107

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