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Mark Your Calendars! Dog-Themed Art Show Coming To Seattle In March


Two dogs recreate "American Gothic."
This canine spin on an American classic will be one of many dog-themed artworks on display during the "Who's A Good Art Show" on March 30, 2024, at the Dog Yard Bar in Ballard. Credit: Jupiter Bacchus

In Seattle, dogs are much more than just pets. They’re loving friends, loyal companions, and—to some Seattle-based artists—a daily source of creative inspiration.

 

“I’ve always loved dogs and art, so the combination was natural,” says Seattle-based artist Jupiter Bacchus, one of the co-founders behind Seattle’s first dog-friendly dog art show, “Who’s A Good Art Show?”


After debuting in 2023, the second edition of “Who’s a Good Art Show” is back and bigger than ever with 30+ participating artists—including Bacchus and exhibit co-founder Leah Radecki—showcasing original canine-inspired artworks.


This year's show will feature a mix of established and up-and-coming artists working across diverse styles and mediums, including canvas, cross-stitch, sculpture, and ceramics.


Some pieces may even be made using banana peels, which Bacchus frequently paints before sharing the fruit with their dogs and frequent muses, Puff and Stella. Live art demos and pet caricatures will also be offered on site.

 

Both you and your pup are invited—indeed, highly encouraged—to attend this year’s event, which will be held at the Dog Yard Bar in Ballard on Saturday, March 30, 2024, from 4-8 p.m.


Entry is free for humans over 21 years of age and $16 per dog. Dogs must register beforehand to show proof of vaccination. See you there!


Find out more about “Who’s a Good Art Show” by following Jupiter and Leah on Instagram.


Written by Jen Swanson

Edited by Tracy Stober

 


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