Jan 17 2019
CAPERS annual Winter Home Sale is underway and deals are hotter than ever! From January 19th- February 3rd, there will be specials on furniture, pillows, rugs, cookbooks, holiday items and more.
ALL IMAGES BELOW ARE ITEMS AVAILABLE IN-STORE CURRENTLY.
(Special orders at differing discounted prices are available).
33% off dining tables
20% off side tables, counter & bar stools, consoles & buffets
30% off upholstery by Cisco Brothers and LEE Industries
Vintage Chinese Furniture:
20-30% off vintage Chinese cabinets, consoles & benches
25% off all pillows
30% off rugs
25% off cookbooks
75% off holiday items
20-50% off vases, mirrors, frames, lamps & trays
SEE YOU THERE!
Jan 9 2019
CAPERS is hosting the Artist Invitational on January 10th from 5-8pm. This invitational will feature artist, Genna Draper, who specializes in mixed-media paintings on canvas. Draper likes to work with neutral colors and create different textures and intriguing palettes. The artist is from Canada and currently resides in Seattle, WA. She has been painting for over 20 years and her collections can be found all over North America.
“I PAINT BECAUSE I LOVE IT, PURE AND SIMPLE. I LOVE THE CHAOS AND THE PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF EXECUTING MY IDEAS INTO TANGIBLE WORKS. ABOVE ALL ELSE, I LOVE THE CONNECTIONS I AM ABLE TO CREATE WITH PEOPLE THROUGH MY WORK.” – Genna Draper
Nov 7 2018
CAPERS is hosting the 2nd Annual Abstract and Ceramics Invitational on November 8th from 5-8pm. This invitational will feature 8 artists and 8 potters and their work will be available for purchase in-store.
One potter, Marie Turnow, is a nature lover and uses elements and designs from everyday life. “Amid the craziness of our big city culture, nature nurtures and continues to delight the senses. My work reflects the seasons, textures and Northwest beauty that I view right here in West Seattle. Her ceramics are food and dishwasher safe.
Similarly, Nicole Pepper of ModHome Ceramics is also inspired by her surroundings. “I love clay and all the functional and sculptural ways it holds. Clay can bring a connection to the Earth and warmth.” With her BFA from West Washington University, Nicole has been experimenting and finding her way ever since. “Each piece here has been uniquely hand-crafted, inspired by nature and daily life. My hope is to bring joy into this modern world one piece at a time.”
Tracy Madison took her first ceramics class in January of 2016, and she never looked back. Working as an art director and stylist in the photo world, she has been surrounded by inspiration her whole career. Only when she hand-formed her first platter did she realize it was her calling. She created her brand and company, Madisonware in 2016.
Along with ceramicists, the Invitational will feature local artists with abstract paintings and photographs. One of the 8 artists, includes photographer, Todd Kowalski. Todd began photography when he was in high school in the early 70’s. By commuting on bicycle, Todd is able to capture the ever fleeting moments that he comes across; this opens the spectrum to what he is able to photograph.
Another artist that will have their art available is Mary Parkes. Mary is a contemporary realism painter that captures joy in her paintings. Her work is done on clear glazed linen, canvas and regular linen. In her abstract paintings, she uses hints of color to brighten up the natural hues, like this painting titles ‘Swoosh’.
Last but not least, Diana Grant paints everything from still life to landscape to abstract. Diana is local, from Kirkland, WA and is most know for her achievements in landscape paintings. Her work is acrylic on canvas and ranges from bright colors to pastels.
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