About the Artist


Isabel’s artist statement:
I am an artist and graphic designer from Seattle. I grew up in the city but spent a lot of time on the Washington coast. This setting showed me the instability of nature, made clear through daily changes due to tides and weather, but also through the slower, harsher changes, like the ocean's relentless erosion of the land. My work is influenced by the landscape of the Pacific Northwest and by the struggle to understand that these landscapes are not constant.

Preview her work online: www.isabelblue.com

About the 12th Ave Arts Gallery


The 12th Avenue Arts Gallery is a space for showcasing rotating visual art in the building. It is on the second-floor hallway running between the grand lobby and Capitol Hill Housing’s office. Typically, shows open on a second Thursday Capitol Hill Art Walk, and run for three months. Previous shows have included pieces by the artists who will have permanent installations for the Liberty Bank Building, queer arts group shows organized by Three Dollar Bill cinema, and photographs by Tim Durkan.


Visit capitolhillartwalk.com for more information on the Capitol Hill Art Walk.