December at Gallery 4Culture: SODO Track process and prints

Jillian Evelyn. Balance, 2018 (in-progress). Photo: @wiseknave.

Monday–Friday, December 17–21, 2018
9:00 am–5:00 pm

The gateway to Downtown Seattle is now a world-class art destination! The SODO Track has transformed 2-miles of industrial buildings into the world’s longest street art corridor, featuring work by over 60 artists.

For one week, limited edition fine art prints by a selection of SODO Track artists will be on view and available for purchase at Gallery 4Culture. Documentary photographs of artists at work will also be on view.

This is your opportunity to collect art and support the SODO Track! 50% of sales go directly to the artists, the other 50% goes back into the project. Also available: SODO Track tees and pins.

Can’t make it into the gallery? Check out our online shop!

Prints by: Angelina Villalobos (Seattle), Baso Fibonacci (Seattle), Brian Sanchez (Seattle), Celeste Byers (San Diego), Christopher Derek Bruno (Seattle), Cyrcle (Los Angeles), Damien Gilley (Portland), Elliot Routledge (Sydney, Australia), Evah Fan (Los Angeles), Jeremy Nichols (Portland), Jesse Brown (Seattle), Mary Iverson (Seattle), Paola Delfin (Mexico City, Mexico), Saddo (Bucharest, Romania), Spencer Keeton Cunningham (Portland), Tant (Haifa, Israel), Zach Yarrington (Portland).

Photos by @wiseknave and @akoorisphoto.

Produced by 4Culture, the SODO Track is curated by Gage Hamilton and led by Tamar Benzikry with support from the SODO BIA, King County Metro and Sound Transit, Urban ArtWorks and the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation.