Vibrant Palette presents.. “The Small Things”

Join Vibrant Palette artists and fellow creatives in crafting wee tiny masterpieces for a miniature art exhibition that celebrates creativity in its smallest form. This inclusive exhibition is open to artists of all abilities – welcoming professionals, hobbyists, and newbies alike to showcase their talents and explore the unique challenges and possibilities of miniature art.

Exhibition: January 12th thru February 3rd at Slide Gallery
Reception: Friday, January 12th during the Belltown Art Walk

CALL FOR ART

Miniature art offers an opportunity to focus on detail, experiment with different mediums, and express your creativity in a new way. Hopefully these size restrictions can inspire:

  • 2D artwork: Area to be no more than 9 square inches. Examples: 3” x 3”, 2” x 4”, & 1” x 9” (including framing).
  • 3D artwork: Must have a volume of no more than 27 cubic inches (about the size of a Rubik’s Cube). In addition, the footprint of 3D artwork must be 4” x 4” or smaller.

(By participating in ‘The Small Things’ exhibition, you agree to donate your creation to Vibrant Palette. Your artwork will help us continue to provide enriching arts experiences for all)

Drop off:

  • Tuesdays 2:30 – 5:30pm at Pratt Fine Arts Center (yellow building, during VPAC open studio)
  • Wednesdays 9:30 – 3:30pm at Pratt Fine Arts Center (yellow building, during VPAC open studio)
  • Parkview Group Home – 1114 15th Ave East (near Volunteer Park in Capitol Hill)

Mail in:

Vibrant Palette
C/O Parkview Services
4720 200th St. SW, Suite 200
Lynnwood, WA 98036

Vibrant Palette Holiday Art Sale- December 10

Meet your favorite Vibrant Palette artist and pick up some Vibrant Palette Art from deep in our collection.

Sunday, December 10, from 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM will be a day filled with art, fundraising and community connection. Vibrant Palette will be selling framed and unframed art from the last 6 years of our program, as well as 2024 calendars and greeting cards featuring our artist’s work. All proceeds from this sale go towards Vibrant Palette program costs.

Where: Bad Apple Tattoo Studio

Vibrant Palette Art Show: “Joey Town”

The highly anticipated “Joey Town” opens September 1st at Broadcast Coffee in Seattle’s Central District. You won’t want to miss Joey Joseph’s (b. 1988) solo show. He is a Seattle based Vibrant Palette founding artist who makes intensely colorful art pieces that explore themes surrounding family, celebrities, hip hop culture, life in the city, fashion, and love. Welcome to Joey Town!

2022: A year of growth for Parkview Services

We released our unaudited 2022 Annual Report to the Community The report reveals a year of tremendous growth and details community-based efforts and dollars spent toward aid for Washingtonians, especially those with I/DDs, seeking to find, buy, or keep a home.

Our impact touches all corners of Washington state through four innovative programs: Affordable Housing, Homeownership, Group Home & Supported Living Services, and Community Engagement.
The 2022 operating budget was $4.688 million, with the largest portion of those monies allocated toward our affordable housing programming. This critical program is making huge strides and funding was secured to develop six new affordable housing projects, including a first-of-its-kind Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit (DADU) Pilot Project near Lake City Way in Seattle. Additional projects in the pipeline, at various stages of development, are in Tukwila, Seattle, Marysville, Mukilteo, Graham, Gig Harbor, and Everett. By the end of this year Parkview Services expects to have 218 available units for adults with I/DDs and more than 230 available units by the end of 2024.

Our staff and client base grew while our community engagement programming (Camp Parkview), continued to provide meaningful activities and relationship building, delivering on our promise to provide a higher quality of life. The homeownership programs touches all parts of Washington and helped over 5,200 individuals buy, or keep, a new home through education, mortgage default counseling, downpayment assistance, or agreements and resolutions with loan servicers to prevent foreclosure.

Executive Director Marc Cote explained, “we have been laying groundwork and knocking on funders doors for the more than 5 years. In 2022, our hard work finally started to pay off. Our incredible staff and supporters will continue to work tirelessly to level the playing field so everyone who wants and needs a home can have one.”