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October 12, 2011 at 3:12 PM

SeaCat, or Seattle Catalog, debuts

Seattle artists Gretchen Bennett, Wynne Greenwood and Matthew Offenbacher have launched the first project from their teaching/learning art gallery and catalog sales venture, Seattle Catalog LLC. In the artists’ words, Seattle Catalog is:

“a print and online catalog. The first catalog, Seattle Catalog #1, lists thirty-four carefully selected artworks by fifteen artists, from the Pacific Northwest of the United States and the southwest of Canada. The artworks range widely in size and price, from $10 zines to $8,000 sculptures. A percentage of each sale will be put towards supporting a yearly artist grant.”

Work by Bennett, Greenwood and Offenbacher is in the new catalog, as are pieces from these artists: Dawn Cerny, Andy Fallat, Jenny Heishman, Allison Hrabluik, Margot Quan Knight, Katherine McLeod, Ong Ong Fanzine, Elizabeth Payne, Clyde Petersen, Kristen Ramirez, Red76 and Claude Zervas.

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